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Meteorites, alphabetized by locality

Hard to acquire classifications and localities.

Offered are lab prepared sections of specific, well-researched and published, meteorites. All have been carefully prepared to display the individual characteristics of each meteorite and are supplied in a clear display case with label.

These are difficult to acquire meteorite localities or classifications.
All images were taken of the specimens being offered. Prices and availability subject to change without notice.

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Collection Specimen, Historic Fall
 
Pultusk, Poland, H5 chondrite, Fell January 30, 1868
 

 Pultusk, Poland, H5 chondrite, 616 grams
 
January 30, 1868. A large shower of stones fell over an area of several square miles between Pultusk and Ostrolenka, Poland. The Pultusk stone meteorite is a gass-rich, brecciated, veined, H5 chondrite,

Collection specimen,  not for sale.
Image Copyright protected, 1996 - 2019,  New England Meteoritical Services, inclusive all years.



Meteorites for Sale

     
{short description of image}   Gladstone, Union County, New Mexico

Stone chondrite, found 1936. H4. solar gas-rich, black, veined. 4.18 grams, 14mm x 12mm x 12mm, $62.70
     
{short description of image}   Gold Basin, Mohave County, Arizona

Stone chondrite, L4, found while prospecting for gold with a metal detector in 1995, 5.15 grams, 26mm x 13mm x 9mm, $30.00
     
{short description of image}   Tuxtuac, Zacatecas, Mexico

Stone chondrite, LL5, Fell October 16, 1975, 1.94 grams, 12mm x 13mm x 7mm, rare classification, inexpensive for an observed Fall, $30.00
     

  Farmington, Washington County, Kansas

Stone chondrite, L5, fell June 25, 1890, this is a lot of meteorite for the price AND it's an observed Fall.. Brecciated, contains maskelynite. 8.10 grams, polished on all six surfaces, 14mm x 13mm x 12mm, $196.00
     

  Flandreau, South Dakota, chondrite 
25.3 grams


Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota. Found June 1983.
Stone chondrite, shocked, abundance of Ni/Fe grains, large surface area. 25.3 grams, 43mm x 29mm x 7mm, $187.00
     
{short description of image}   Waconda, Michell County, Kansas

Stone chondrite, L6, breccia, found 1873 in Michell County, Kansas. Visible chondrules, fusion crust, 1.48 grams, 14mm x 9mm x 8mm, $30.00
     
{short description of image}   Roy, Harding County, New Mexico

Stone chondrite, L5, found 1933. Visible Ni/Fe inclusions, 3.41 grams, large surface area, 25mm x 23mm x 2mm, $48.00
     
{short description of image}   West Forrest, Nullarbor Plain, Western Australia

Stone chondrite, H5, found 1971. Dark brown, visible Ni/Fe inclusions, 4.20 grams, 28mm x 23mm x 4mm, $62.00
     

  Huckitta, Northern Territory, Australia

Stony-Iron, pallasite, found 1924. Huckitta is a main-group pallasite of considerable terrestrial age. Very nice end specimen, 13.3 grams, 25mm x 20m x 15mm, $170.00
     
{short description of image}   Park, Gove County, Kansas

Stone chondrite, L6, found 1969. Dark grey matrix with bright Ni/Fe inclusions and grains. 4.78 grams, 25mm x 18mm x 3mm, $65.00
     
 
 
 
 Meteorites for Sale
Alphabetized Listing

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A
           
             
Allegan
Michigan H5

Fell July 10, 1899
Light grey, many visible chondrules. Fell on Thomas Hill, Saugatuck Road.
 
Allen
Texas, H4

Found1923
Grey/brown matrix, chondrules, shock veining. reported by A.D. Nininger 1939.
 
Amber
Oklahoma, L6

Found1934
A very old fall, found in 1934 but not recognized as a meteorite until 1955. Dark brown, stable, nice.
 
Adzhi-Bogdo
Mongolia, LL3-6

Fell Oct. 30, 1949
A rare chondrite meteorite, only 910 grams found. An unequiliberated polymict regolith breccia, fusion crusted, spectacular!

 
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3.12 grams, 20mm x 15mm x 12mm, $145.00

 

4.14 grams, 21 x 18mm x 6mm, $74.00

 

6.10 grams, 26mm x 19mm x 6.5mm, $87.00

 

3.46 grams, 17mm x 16mm x 7mm, $672.00


           
Andover
Maine, L6

Fell August 5, 1898
Rare Maine meteorite, fusion crusted.
 
Anthony
Kansas, H5

Found1919
A nice, stable H5 chondrite, plowed up in a field.
 
Abernathy
Texas, L6

Found 1941
The Abernathy meteorite was once a part of the Nininger Collection of Meteorites.
 
Abbot
New Mexico, H3-6

Found 1951
Breccia, contains CM-like xenoliths.

 
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0.54 grams,12mm x 9mm x 2mm, $110.00


6.45 grams, 31mm x 17mm x 9mm, $72.00


11.04 grams, 45mm x 18mm x 7mm, $165.00

 

7.98 grams, 35mm x 20mm x 5mm, $96.00




 
 
Ausson
France, L5

Fell December 9, 1858
Rarely available. Historic, light oxidation, clean specimen, chondrules.
 
Arriba
Colorado, L5

Found 1936
A nice, brecciated L5 chondrite.
 
Admire
Colorado, Palasite, MG

Found 1881
Stony-iron MG pallasite. Fragmental to angular olivine in a Ni/Fe matrix.
 
Adhi-Kot, Punjab, Nurpur, Pakistan, EH4 chondrite
Fell May 01, 1919, impact-melt breccia.

 
 
 

4.28 grams, 20.6mm x 12mm x 13mm, SOLD


2.84 grams, 22mm x 15mm x 7mm, $68.00

  9.95 grams, 20mm x 18mm x 19mm, $140.00   0.75 grams, 9mm x 7mm x 4mm, $130.00

 
 
 
Abee
Alberta, Canada, EH4
Fell June 10, 1952
Black, impact-melt, brecciated enstatite chondrite.













4.48 grams, fusion crusted, 32mm x 23mm x 22mm, $235.00












 
 
B
           
             
Bath
South Dakota, H4
Fell August 29, 1892
Light oxidation, brecciated, distinct chondrules, 25.41% Fe.
 
Bath Furnace
Bath County, Kentucky, L6

Fell November 15, 1902
Rare, has the characteristic "cinnimon" colored texture of Bath Furnace.
 
Belly River
Alberta, Canada.

Found 1943, winter.
Nice, unoxidized surface area, veined chondrite.
 
Bachmut
Ukraine, L6

Fell February 15, 1814
Lightly oxidized polished slice. chondrules, A rare meteorite from the Ukraine.

     

3.64 grams, 18mm x 15mm x 8mm, SOLD


4.06 grams 20mm x 15mm x 6mm, $220.00

 

2.30 grams, 16mm x 12mm x 4mm, $72.00


3.96, 18mm x 17mm x 4mm, 170.00

             
Berlanguillas
Spain, L6

Fell July 8, 1811
Nice, historic meteorite fthat fell in Old Castillia, Burgos, Spain. Very little in collections today.
 
Bells,
Grayson County, Texas, USA
C2-UNGR

Fell, September 09, 1961
Fragment of a C2, ungrouped carbonaceous chondrite.
 
Bowesmont
North Dakota, L6

Found 1962
Large surface area, rare locality.
 
Bondoc
Philippines,
Mesosiderite

Found 1956
Rare mesosiderite from the Philippines.
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2.40 grams, 16mm x 11mm x 9mm, $220.00


Fragment, 4mm x 4mm x 2mm, not sold by weight. $110.00

 

3.40 grams, 37mm x 12mm x 8mm, $96.00


3.98 grams, 17mm x 25mm x 8mm, $82.00

             
Bluff (a)
Texas, L5

Found 1878
Brecciated, melt pockets, large surface area.
 
Bonita Springs
Florida, H5

Found 1938
Found in an Indian burial mound.
 
Buschhof
Zemgale, Latvia, L6

Fell June 02, 1863
Historic veined chondrite that fell in Latvia. Rarely seen in offerings.

Bruderheim
Alberta, Canada, L6

Fell March 04, 1960
Polished sslice, fusion crust.
     

10.5 grams, 30mm x 21mm x 5mm, $95.00

 

2.64 grams, 20mm x 15mm, 4mm, $60.00


4.03 grams, 26mm x 14mm x 6mm, $390.00  

2.82 grams, 22mm x 14mm x 4.7mm, $134.00


 
 
 
Beaver Creek
British Columbia, Canada, H5

Fell May 26, 1893
 
Beaver
Oklahoma, L5

Found 1940
Used as a door-stop in a County jail.
 
Billygoat Donga
Australia, L6

Found1962
Large surface area, large specimen, great locality!
 
Brandon
Nebraska, L6/7

Found August, 1975
Visible Ni/Fe grains. metal flakes, highly recrystalized silicates.
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12.4 grams, 33mm x 23mm x 6mm, $192.00


4.82 grams, 24mm 18mm 4 grams, $80.00


32.6 grams, 40mm x 23mm x 21mm, $320.00

 

12.4 grams, 22mm x 21mm x 8mm, $120.00


 
 
 
Bayard
Nebraska, L5

Found 1982
Visible Ni/Fe inclusions. A single mass was found, very little in private collections.
 
Brownfield
Texas, H3.7
Found
1937
Visible Ni/Fe grains.  A nice specimen of an unequilibrated chondrite.
 
 
   
 
4.86 grams, 35mm x 16mm x 4mm, $72.00   6.75 grams, 28mm x 23mm x 6mm, $90.00  
 

 
 
 
 
 
C
           
             
Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, H6
Fell August 14, 1846
Historic USA meteorite.
 
Cilimus, Sampora, West Java, Indonesia, L5
Fell May 07, 1979
A shock veined chondrite, maskelynite.
 
Camel Donga
Australia,
Eucrite (Vesta)

Found January, 1984
Very nice eucrite meteorite.
 
Camel Donga
Australia,
Eucrite (Vesta)

Found January, 1984
Very nice eucrite meteorite.
 
   

1.78 grams, 16mm x 9mm x 8mm, $87.00


4.70 grams, 37mm x 12mm x 3mm, $282.00

 

3.94 grams, 19mm x 14mm x 12mm, $85.00

 

3.16 grams, 20mm x 12mm x 10mm, fusion crusted, 24mm x 17mm x 9mm, $96.00

             
Coonana
South Australia, H4

Found 1962
Australian meteorites are getting scare to acquire. Nice fragemnt.
 
Clareton
Wyoming, L6

Found 1931
Meteorites from Wyoming are hard to acquire.
 
Chico,
New Mexico LL6

Found January 1954
Impact-melt, very nice specimen.
 
Cat Mountain
Pima County, Arizona, L5

Found 1981
Rarely offered, nice metal inclusions.
 
   

12.4 grams, 25mm x 19mm x 15mm,$120.00

 

4.44 grams, 13mm x 11mm x 9mm, SOLD


3.28 grams, 14mm x 15mm x 6mm, $45.00

 

2.49 grams, 18mm x 11mm x 4mm, $164.00

   
       
Coomandook
South Australia, H6

Found 1939
Large fragment, one polished surface, dark brown interior, metalflake.
 
Canyonlands, Utah, H6 chondrite, Found 1961
A brecciated chondrite with maskelynite.
 
Cangas de Onis
Spain, H5

FellDecember 6, 1866
Regolith breccia, historic.
 
Cangas de Onis
Spain, H5

FellDecember 6, 1866
Regolith breccia, historic.
 
   

9.45 grams, 40mm x 27mm x 4mm, $90.00

  13.8 grams, 25mm x 26mm x 9mm, $177.00

3.76 grams, 20mm x 12mm x 11mm, $140.00

  4.49 grams, 15mm x 13mm x 12mm, $160.00

 
       
Chamberlin
Texas, H5

Found1941
A nice Texas meteorite, hard to find.
 
Correo
New Mexico, H4

Found 1979
Abundant  Ni'Fe grains.
 
Covert
Kansas, H5

Found 1896
Very nice specimen.
 
Chaves
Portugal, Howardite (Vesta)

Fell May 3, 1925
A nice Howardite, fusion crust.
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14.7 grams, 55mm x 26mm x 5mm, $135.00

 

6.45 grams, 27mm x 25mm x 6mm, $60.00

 

6.29 grams, 33mm x 15mm x 6mm, $60.00

 

SOLD


           
Chinguetti
Mauritania, MES-B1

Found 1920.
Rare metal-rich (Ni/Fe) mesosiderite.
 
Cocklebiddy, Western Australia, Australia, H5 chondrite
Found 1949.
Rarely available, large Ni/Fe inclusions and grains in a dark gray matrix..
 
 

 
 
 

1.04 grams, 11mm x 9mm x 3mm, SOLD

  11.7 grams, 31mm x 26mm x 4mm, $150.00  
 

 
 
 
 
 
D
           
             
Dresden
Kansas, H5

Found 1953
Found by a bulldozer!
 
Daule
Ecuador, L5

Fell March 23, 2008
Beautiful chondrules
 
Dawn (a)
Texas, H6

Found 1981
Nice fragemnt, light brown, chondrules.
 
Dresden
Ontario, Canada,  H6

Fell, June 11, 1939
Lightly oxidized, chondrules, Ni/Fe grains.
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3.4 grams, 20mm x 11mm x 6mm, $45.00

 

1.10 grams, 12mm x 11mm x 3mm,$70.00

 

2.88 grams, 16mm x 15mm x 5mm, $45.00


1.55 grams, 16mm x 11mm x 6mm, $160.00

             
Dhurmsala
India, LL6

Fell July 14, 1860
Fragmental breccia, contains carbonaceous clasts.
 
Daule
Ecuador, L5

Fell March 23, 2008
Beautiful chondrules
 
Dalgety Downs
Australia, L4

Found1941
Large find but not much available, a good Australian meteorite.
 
Dimboola
Australia, H5

Found1944
Nice Ni/Fe flakes.
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4.10 grams, 15mm x 12mm x 6.5mm, $290.00  


1.84 grams, 23mm x 10mm x 3mm,$90.00

 

5.25 grams, 19mm x 7mm x 6mm, $95.00

 

5.23 grams, 20mm x 14mm x 9mm, $105.00

             
Daniel's Kuil
Cape Province, South Africa, EL6

Fell March 20, 1868
A rare Enstatite chondrite.
 
Del Rio
Val Verde County, Texas, IIF

Found 1965
There are only 6 known IIF iron meteorites.
 
Dalhart
Dallam County, Texas, H5 chondrite

Found 1968
Abundant Ni/Fe grains, dark brown matrix. Only 4.4kg found by an amateur hunter of Indian artifacts.
 

 
 
 
1.02 grams, 22mm x 10mm x 2mm, $160.00   1.44 grams, 16mm x 7mm x 2mm, $65.00   8.15 grams, 33mm x 19mm x 8mm, $110.00  

 
 
 
 
 
E
           
             
Etter
Texas, L5

Found 1965
Large Ni/Fe inclusions
 
Estherville
Iowa, Mesosiderite

Fell May 10, 1879
Nice fragment, embedded Ni/Fe inclusions
 
Estacado
Texas, H6

Found 1883
Lots of visible Ni/Fe metal, large surface area, low price/gram.
 
Eads
Colorado, H4

Found 1975
Large surface area, nice detail.
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2.94 grams, 19mm x 15mm x 6mm, $30.00

 

1.24 grams, 17mm x 11mm x 9mm, $45.00

 

21.3 grams, 44.5mm x 37.2mm, 5mm, $180.00

 

10.4 grams, 42mm x 30mm x 5mm, $90.00


           
Elm Creek
Kansas, H4

Found 1906
Bright NI/Fe inclusions, large surface area.
 
Edmondson (b)
Texas, H3/4

FoundFebruary, 1981
Large slice, thinly cut for maximum surface area.
 
 
   
 

11.3 grams, 37mm x 35mm x 3mm, $90.00


7.13 grams, 25mm x 13mm x 9mm, $75.00

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
F
           
             
Farmington
Kansas, L5 chondrite

Fell June 25, 1890
Dark Grey, lots of chondrules, Ni'Fe inclusions.
 
Faith, South Dakota,  H5 chondrite
Dark grey matrix, lots of chondrules, Ni'Fe inclusions
 
Faucett
Missouri, H5 chondrite

Found April, 1966
Believed to have Fallen in 1907. Stable and inexpensive. Very large surface area, huge amount of visible Ni/Fe grains.
 
Faucett, Missouri, H5 chondrite.
Found 1966
Believed to have fallen in 1907. Stable and inexpensive.

 
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5.6 grams, 27mm x 13mm x 9mm, $140.00


23.4 grams, 53mm x 51mm x 2mm, $276.00

 

15.4 grams, 34.5mm x 31mm x 4.7mm, $155.00

 

5.80 grams, 23mm x 9mm x 8mm, $55.00

             
Flandreau
South Dakota, H5

Found June 1983
 
Forestburg (b)
Texas, L5

Found 1957
Blackened (darkened)from shock, nice.
 
Felt (b)
Oklahoma, L3.5-5

Found 1990
Has black melt veins, very unusual.
 
Forrest 002
Australia, L6

FoundOctober 1980
Large surface area, nice
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14.4 grams, 27.6mm x 19mm x 8.4mm,SOLD

 

4.72 grams, 22mm x 21mm x 3.7mm, $50.00

  SOLD  

4.02grams, 30mm x 25mm x 2.3mm, $70.00


           
Finney
Texas, L5

Found 1962
Attractive stone meteorite from Hale County, Texas
 
Forest City
Iowa, H5

Fell May 2, 1890
Breccia, nice specimen.
 
 
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1.64 grams, 13.5mm x 8mm x 7mm, $155.00

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
G
           
             
Gaines County Park
Texas, H5

Found1977
Dark brown, nice stable stone meteorite.
 
Gaines County Park Texas, H5
Found 1977
Dark brown, nice stable stone meteorite.
 
Gascoyne Junction
Australia, H5

Found 1883
Lot's of visible Ni/Fe metal
 
Garnett
Anderson County, Kansas, H4

Found 1938
Very nice chondrules.
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4.02 grams, 30mm x 18mm x 4mm, $80.00

 

4.52 grams, 36mm x 16mm x 4mm, $85.00

 

5.60 grams, 20mm x 16.3mm x 13.2mm, SOLD

 

3.1 grams, 19mm x 17.1mm x 4mm, SOLD

             
Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan, IRUNGR

Found 1883, ungrouped medium octahedrite.

 
Gross-Divina
Slovakia, H5

Fell July 24, 1837
Rarely offered, rare locality.
 
Garraf
Barcelona, Catalonia, L6

Found 1905
Rarely offered, very little available..
 
Garraf
Barcelona, Catalonia, L6

Found 1905
Rarely offered, very little available..
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7.95.grams, 14mm x 10.5mm x 6mm, $130.00

 

0.76 grams, 7.7mm x 7.6mm x 7.4mm, SOLD

 

5.85 grams, 22.2mm x 20.3mm x 14mm, one polished surface, SOLD

 

1.16 grams, 18.2mm x 10.3mm x 7.2mm,SOLD

             
Grayton
Florida, H5

Found 1983
Gray/greenish matrix, bright metal flakes of Ni/Fe. A rare Florida meteorite.
 
Grayton
Florida, H5

Found 1983
Gray/greenish matrix, bright metal flakes of Ni/Fe. A rare Florida meteorite.
 
Gomez,  Terry County, Texas
Found 1974
Gray/greenish matrix, bright metal flakes of Ni/Fe. A difficult-to-find Texas meteorite.


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0.98 grams, 24.2mm x 7.5mm x 2mm, SOLD

 

1.22 grams, 25mm x 7.7mm x 2.3mm, $120.00

  4.66 grams, 31mm x 19mm x 3mm, $55.00  

 
 
   
 
 
H
           
             
Holbrook,
Arizona, H4

Fell July 19, 1912
A large Fall over Navajo County. A very stable H4 chondrite, nice surface area.
 
Howe
Grayson County, Texas, H5

Found 1938
Clean slice, flakes, chondrules.
 
Hardwick
Minnesota, L4

Found 1937
Clean part slice, nice inclusions
 
Hayes Center
Nebraska, L6

Found 1941
Dark grey, bright metal flakes.
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4.16 grams, 17mm x 16mm x 5mm, $90.00

 

8.10 grams, 29mm x 26mm x 4.2mm, SOLD

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

             
Hunter
Oklahoma, LL5

Found1962
Nice, solid meteorite, grey, bright metal flakes.
 
Haskell
Texas, L5

Found1901
Large inclusions of Ni/Fe, nice piece.
 
High Possil
Scotland, L6

Fell April 5, 1804
Fusion crusted fragment, rare meteorite from Scotland
 
Harrisonville
Missouri, L6

Found April 09, 1933
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SOLD

 

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4.0 grams, 16.4mm x 21.3mm x 5mm,SOLD


 
 
 
Haxtun
Colorado, H/L4

FoundAugust, 1975
This is a very nice meteorite in thin section, many chondrules. Nice specimen being offered here.
 
Hebron
Nebraska, H6

Found 1965
Good surface area, bright inclusions
 
Hale Center (2)
Texas, H4

Found 1936
Very little of this meteorite was found, only about 695 grams reported.
 
Haven
Kansas, H6

Found1950
a nice veined chondrite
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8.75 grams, 44mm x 12.3mm x 12mm, $90.00

 

6.25 grams, 26mm x 17mm x 5mm, $68.00

 

SOLD

 

8.40 grams, 26mm x 21mm x 6.4mm, SOLD

   
 
 
Huckitta
Australia, Pallasite

Found
Spectacular in thin section, very nice meteorite.
 
Hassayampa
Arizona, H4

Found 1963
Shock veins, nice chondrite
 
Harleton, Harrison County, Texas, L6 chondrite
Fell May 30, 1961
A seldon offered observed Fall that was recovered a few minutes after its fall.
 
Harrisonville
Missouri, L6

Found April, 1933
Nice part slice.
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8.65 grams, 34mm x 24mm x 6mm, SOLD

 

SOLD

  2.3 grams, 25mm x 18mm x 6mm, $110.00  

SOLD


 
 
 
Holbrook
Arizona, L6

Fell July 19, 1912
Beautiful complete, fusion crusted meteorite from a famous US Fall
 
Happy Canyon
Armstrong County, Texas, EL6/7
 
Found 1971
A rare enstatite, impact-melt, brecciated chondrite from the Huss Collection. See larger image and both sides on page 1
 
 
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3.82 grams, 14mm x 13mm x 15mm, $186.00

  3.92 grams, 16mm x 12mm x 6mm, Huss Collection number, $390.00  
 

 
 
 
 
 
I
           
             
Indio Rico
Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, H6

Found 1887
Rare, historic find from Argentina.
 
 
 
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3.60 grams, 26mm x 15mm x 6.2mm, SOLD

 
 
 
             
 
 
J
           
             
Julesburg
Colorado, L3.6

Found 1983
Shock veins, nice chondrules.
 
Juanita de Angeles
Mexico, H5

Found 1992
Nice inclusions and detail in this chondrite.
 
 
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3.54 grams, 21mm x 11mm x 5.7mm, SOLD

 

3.76 grams, 27mm x 21mm x 4.5mm, $38.00

 
 
             
 
 
K
           
             
Kaldoonera Hill
South Australia, H6

Found 1956
Nice, large surface area.
 
Kendleton
Texas, L4

Fell May 2, 1939
Contains L3 and L5/6 clasts, very nice specimen.
 
Kesen
Japan, H4

Fell, June 13, 1850
An important, Historic, Japanese meteorite.
 
Knyahinya
Ukraine, L/LL5

Fell June 9, 1866
A brecciated meteorite from a hard to acquire locality.
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11.7 grams, 35mm x 29mm x 5.6mm, $140.00

 

3.52 grams, 25.2mm x 20mm x 3mm,SOLD

 

6.45 grams, 27mm x 21.2mm x 13.1mm,SOLD

 

1.30 grams, 15mm x 12mm x 3mm,SOLD

             
Kisvarsany
Hungary, L6

Fell May 24, 1914
Rare locality, nice meteorite, seldon offered.
 
Kendleton
Texas, L4

Fell May 02, 1939
Brecciated, black chondrite, nice L3 clasts.
 
Kargapole
Estonia, L6

Found July 1961
Very dark chondrite with bright Ni/Fe inclusions. Rarely offered.
 
Kilbourne
Wisconsin, H5

Fell June 16, 1911
Very nice slice with many chondrules. Not many meteorites form Wisconsin.
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SOLD

 

7.65 grams, 31mm x 22mm x 4.4mm, $240.00

 

10.4 grams, 58mm x 33mm x 3.4mm, SOLD

  7.65 grams, 31mm x 22mm x 4.4mm, FILLER

           
 
 
L
           
             
Long Island
Phillips County,
Kansas, L6

Found 1891
Nice surface area.
 
Leedy
Oklahoma, L6

Fell November 25, 1943
Nice light texture and Ni/Fe inclusions
 
Leedy
Oklahoma, L6

Fell November 25, 1943
Nice light texture and Ni/Fe inclusions
 
Lancon
France, H6

Fell June 20, 1897
A historic, veined, and rare chondrite that fell in France. Very little ever offered. Fusion crusted.
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5.54 grams, 20mm x 17.9mm x 6.0mm, $65.00

 

4.38 grams, 31.8mm x 16.7mm x 4mm, $210.00

 

4.38 grams, 31.8mm x 16.7mm x 4mm, $210.00

 

SOLD

             
Laundry West
Australia, L4

Found March 1967
This meteorite probably sat out in the Australian sun for about 20,000 years. Nice fragment.
 
Lake Labyrinth
Australia, LL6

Found 1924
A xenolithic chondrite
 
Lemmon
South Dakota, H5

Found 1984
Only a few meteorites from South Dakota, hard to get!
 
Le Pressoir
France, H5

Fell January 25, 1845
A great French meteorite that is almost never offered.
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4.56 grams, 23mm x 17mm x 8mm, $52.00

 

3.10 grams, 15. 7mm x 13.8mm x 12.6mm, $45.00

 

5.56 grams, 31mm x 20mm x 3.8mm, SOLD

 

SOLD

             
Ladder Creek
Kansas, L6

Found July, 1939
Light and dark sections, nice metal.
 
Laketon
Texas, L6

Found 1937
Nice, large surface area for study.
 
Little River (a),
Rice County, Kansas,
Found
1967

Nice, large surface area for study.
 
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SOLD

 

SOLD

  29 grams, 52mm x 47mm x 3mm, $240.00  

 
 
 
 
 
M
           
             
Murray
Kentucky, CM2

Fell September 20, 1950
Clean fragment, well defined submillimeter chondrules, rare carbonaceous chondrite from Kentucky.
 
Murchison
Australia, CM2

Fell September 28, 1969
A clean fragment of a very important meteorite, CAI.s, chondrules
 
Murchison
Australia, CM2

Fell September 28, 1969
  Clean fragments of a very important meteorite.
 
Marion
(Iowa), L6

Fell February 25, 1847
Nice, historic USA meteorite
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0.20 grams, 7.7mm x 6.4mm x 4.6mm, SOLD

 

0.17 grams, 6mm x 7mm x 4mm, $75.00

 

Fragments, 1mm to 3mm, 0.20 grams, $95.00

 

2.28 grams, 17mm x 15mm x 9mm, $154.00

             
Mount Vernon
Kentucky, Pallasite

Found 1868
Rare pallasite found in Kentucky. Large, angular dark purple olive crystals in a schreibersite-rich Ni/Fe matrix.
 
Mossgiel
Australia, L4

Found 1967
Nice vivid mix of chondrules.
 
Mt. Padbury
Australia, Mesosiderite

Found 1964
Nice mesosiderite from Australia
 
Macy
New Mexico, L6

Found 1984
Nice, large surface area.

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1.86 grams, 18mm x 10mm x 4mm, $120.00


6.25 grams, 34.3mm x 18mm x 5.5mm, $120.00

 
 

2.86 grams, 27mm x 11mm x 5mm, $40.00

             
Mt. Egerton
Australia, Mesosiderite

Found 1941
An anomalous aubrite!
 
Motpena (a)
Australia, L6

Found August 1968
Nice inclusions, metal.
 
Marlow
Oklahoma, L5

FoundFebruary, 1936
Dark brown, lots of large Ni/Fe
 
Marlow
Oklahoma, L5

FoundFebruary, 1936
Dark brown, lots of large Ni/Fe
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SOLD

 

SOLD

 

10.8 grams, 30mm x 31mm x 5.6mm,SOLD

 

4.00 grams, 25mm x 15.6mm x 6mm, $38.00


 
 
 
Mills
New Mexico, H6

Found August 1970
Dark brown, nice, large slice.
 
Moorabie
Australia, L3

Found 1965
Beautiful chondrules of many sizes!
 
 
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6.30 grams, 48.6mm x 20mm x 2.8mm, $56.00

 

2.26 grams, 30mm x 16.4mm x 1.3mm, $115.00

 
 

           
 
 
N
           
             
Norton County
Kansas
Aubrite (Vesta)

Fell February 18, 1948
Nice, white, fragmental breccia
 
Norton County
Kansas
Aubrite (Vesta)

Fell February 18, 1948
Nice, white, fragmental breccia
 
Nikolskoe
Russia, L4

FellMarch 6, 1954
Clean, nice representative specimen.
 
Nuevo Mercurio
Mexico, H5

Fell December 15, 1978
Partial slice, polished surface.
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2.88 grams, 18mm x 16mm x 10mm, $92.00

 

4.18 grams, 24mm x 20mm x 9mm, $120.00

 

4.28 grams, 31mm x 20mm x 4mm,SOLD

 

1.28 grams, 18.5mm x 12.4mm x 3.0mm, $38.00


           
Ness County (1894)
Kansas, L6

Found1894
Brecciated, bright Ni/Fe flakes.
 
Neenach
Los Angeles, L6

Found April, 1948
A nice California meteorite, hard to find.
 
Nelson County, Kentucky, IIIF
Found 1856
Rare classification, Natural edge, etched.
 
Nazareth (e)
Castro County, Texas

Found July, 1977
A single 13.1kg stone, ploughed up in a field.
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3.02 grams, 25mm x 13mm x 6.3mm,SOLD

 

SOLD

  10.3 grams, 15mm x 11mm x 10mm, $120.00   6.20 grams, 24mm x 20mm x 3mm,  15mm x 11mm x 10mm, $80.00

           
 
 
O
           
             
Oliver
Nebraska, L6

Found July 1984
A single 6.69kg mass was found in a field.
 
Owasko
Nebraska, L6

Found 1984
A nice, clean matrix, nice specimen.
 
Olivenza
Spain, LL5

Fell June 19, 1924
Rare Spanish meteorite.
 
Olivenza
Spain, LL5

Fell June 19, 1924
Rare Spanish meteorite.
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5.25 grams, 23mm x 16.1mm x 7.4mm, $92.00

 

7.05 grams, 32mm x 21.0mm x 4.6mm, $155.00

 

3.22 grams, 20.7mm x 18.5mm x 3.6mm, $354.20

 

1.14 grams, 22.3mm x 10.7mm x 4.6mm, SOLD

             
Osseo, Timiskaming, Ontario, Canada, IAB

Found 1931. Coarse octahedrite, rare Canadian locality

 
Orgueil, Tarn-et-Garonne, Montauban, France, CI1
Fell May 14, 1864
Some of the oldest, unaltered matter known.
 
Oak
Australia, L5

Found 1968
Only about 100 grams were reported found of this one.
 
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7.45 grams, 16mm x 13mm x 7mm, $133.00

 

0.010 grams, 8.2mm x 3.6mm x 1.3mm, SOLD

 
 
             
 
 
P
           
             
Peace River
Canada, L6

FellMarch 31, 1963
Contains shock-melted glass veins. Very hard to find this meteorite available.
 
Pillistfer
Estonia, EL6

Fell August 08, 1863
Low iron, enstatite chondrite.
 
Pillistfer
Estonia, EL6

Fell August 08, 1863
Low iron, enstatite chondrite.
 
Plainview (1917)
Texas H5

Found 1917
Regolith breccia, nice.
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Fusion crusted, 1.30 grams, 15.3mm x 13.8mm x 3mm, SOLD

 

4.48 grams, 21.3mm x 15.1mm x 5.1mm,SOLD

 

2.70 grams, 15.4mm x 14.4mm x 5mm,SOLD

 

3.48 grams, 25mm x 15mm x 9mm, $30.00


           
Pultusk
Poland, H5

Fell January 30, 1868
Nice specimen, veined.
 
Pultusk
Poland, H5

Fell January 30, 1868
Nice specimen, veined.
 
Park
Kansas, L6

Found 1969
A nice meteorite for study or display.
 
Pony Creek
Texas, H4

Found 1947
A very clean, grey, stone meteorite.

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5.41 grams, 24mm x 18mm x 5mm, $110.00

 

3.64 grams, 26.2mm x 17.2mm x 3.7mm, SOLD

 

11.2 grams, 29mm x 30mm x 6.5mm, SOLD

 

5.00 grams, 37mm x 15mm x 5mm,SOLD


 
 
 
Pipe Creek
Texas, H6

Found1887
Large clumps of bright Ni/Fe
 
Peekskill
New York, H6

FellOctober 9, 1992
One of the most famous meteorites in recent history. Rare to find available anywhere.
 
Peekskill
New York, H6

FellOctober 9, 1992
One of the most famous meteorites in recent history. Rare to find available anywhere.
 
Peekskill
New York, H6

FellOctober 9, 1992
One of the most famous meteorites in recent history. Rare to find available anywhere.
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SOLD

 

0.54 grams, 10mm x 7mm x 5.6mm, SOLD

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

             
Pampa (c)
Chile, L4

Found 1986
Nice light brown matrix, inclusions. Unusual locality.
 
Potter
Nebraska, L6

Found 1941
Stable, hard to acquire meteorite.
  Putinga
Brazil, L6

Fell August 16, 1937
A great meteorite from Brazi
 
Perpeti
Bangladesh, L6

Fell May 14, 1935
A seldom offered meteorite from Bangladesh
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6.0 grams, 31mm x 11mm x 6.5mm, $40.00

 

1.42 grams, 19.4mm x 8.4mm x 5mm $ 70.00

  0.54 grams, 10mm x 7mm x 5.6mm, SOLD   0.24 grams, 13mm x 6mm x 2mm, $124.00

 
 
 
Pavlovka
Russia, Howardite (Vesta)

Fell August 2, 1882
A brecciated howardite, fusion crusted, rare, nice.

Patwar
Bangladesh, Mesosiderite

FellJuly 29, 1935
Coarse fragment from an unusual mesosiderite.



Portales Valley, New Mexico, H6 chondrite.
Fell
June 13, 1998
Brecciated, metal-vein-rich.An unusual meteorite.
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.42 grams, 19.4mm x 8.4mm x 5mm SOLD

2 grams, 19.4mm x 8.4mm x 5mm SOLD


11.3 grams, 42mm x 20mm x 6mm, $90.00







 
 
Q
           
             

 
Iredel, Bosque Co, Texas, IIAB

Coarsest octahedrite, found on a sheep ranch, 1898.

 
 

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3.38 grams, 10mm x 10mm x 5mm, SOLD

 
 
             
 
 
R
           
             
Rush County
Indiana, H5

Found 1948
Found and analyzed by Nininger
 
Richardton
North Dakota, H5

Fell June 30, 1918
Rare meteorite from North Dakota!
 
 
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4.26 grams, 28mm x 19.6mm x 3.8mm, SOLD

 

2.24 grams, 17mm x 11mm x 10mm, $154.00

 
 
             
 
 
S
           
             
Seibert (a)
Kit Carson, Colorado, H5 chondrite.

Found 1941
Originally held in the Nininger Collection of Meteorites.
 
St. Michel
Finland, L6 chondrite.

Fell July 12, 1910
Nice fusion crusted fragment.
 
Saratov
Saratov region, Near Donguz, Penza, Russia, L4 chondrite

Fell September 06, 1918
Saratov is a mass of chondrules of many sizes.
 
Salla
Findland, L6 chondrite

Found 1963
Seldom offered

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6.09 gramsFusion crusted fragment, 1.16 grams, 12mm x 11mm x 7.4mm, $90.00


Fusion crusted fragment, 2.24 grams, 14mm x 12mm x 7mm, $196.00

 

11.7 grams, 22mm x 20mm x 19mm, $90.00


2.70 grams, 16mm x 11mm x 7.5mm, $162.00

             
Shelburne
Canada, L5

Fell August 13, 1904
Brecciated, melt pockets.
 
Sand Creek
Kansas, H5

Found 1986
Nice surface area, nice meteorite.
 
Stannern
Czech Republic
Eucrite, (Vesta)

Fell May 22, 1808
Historic, a monomict eucrite.
 
Seibert (b)
Colorado, H5

Found 1991
Found in a wheat field.
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3.64 grams, 19.3mm x 15.7mm, 9mm, SOLD

 

3.84 grams, 30mm x 22mm x 3mm, SOLD

 

2.28 grams, 25mm x 13mm x 9mm,SOLD

 

SOLD


 
 
 
St. Peter
Kansas, L5

Found 1957
What a name for a meteorite!
 
Segowlie
India, LL6

Fell March 04, 1853
30 stones fell during this historic Fall, almost all now held in university and museum collections.
 
Somervell County, Texas, Stony-iron, Pallasite
Found 1919
A rare one to see offered.
 
Salaices
Mexico, H4

Found 1971
Large Ni/Fe inclusions
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2.24 grams, 18mm x 17mm x 2.8mm, SOLD

 

SOLD

  33.5 grms, 37mm x 25mm x 20mm, $340.00  

4.44 grams, 21mm x 15mm x 10mm, $30.00


 
 
 
Slovak
Arkansas, H5

Found 1962
Plowed up in a rice field.
 
Shafter Lake
Texas, H5

Found 1933
Large specimen, nice chondrules
 
Sierra Colorada
Argentina, L5

FoundMay 7, 1995
This is a very nice L5 meteorite, lots to see in this one.
 
Success
Arkansas, L6

Fell April 18, 1924
Rare meteorite from Arkansas
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SOLD

 

SOLD

 

4.04 grams 24mm x 15mm x 6mm, $35.00

 

SOLD

   
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
T
           
             
Tuxtuac
Mexico, LL5

FellOctober 16, 1975
Nice fragemnt, embedded chondrules
 
Tatahouine
Tunisia,
Diogenite (Vesta)

Fell June 27, 1931
Greenish diogenite
 
Tatahouine
Tunisia,
Diogenite (Vesta)

Fell June 27, 1931
Greenish diogenite
 
Trenzano
Italy, H3/4

Fell November 12, 1856
Dark grey, veined chondrite. Nice historic Fall from Italy.
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2.08 grams, 16mm x 9mm x 10mm, $72.00

 

1.76 grams, 15mm x 10mm x 7mm, SOLD

 

1.58 grams, 12mm x 13mm x 7mm,SOLD

 

3.62 grams, 25.7mm x 15.4mm x 9mm, SOLD

             
Trenzano
Italy, H3/4

Fell November 12, 1856
Dark grey, veined chondrite. Nice historic Fall from Italy.
 
Trenzano
Italy, H3/4

Fell November 12, 1856
Dark grey, veined chondrite. Nice historic Fall from Italy.
 
Travis County (b)
Texas, H4

Found 1937
Large surface area, nice specimen.
 
Tatum
New Mexico, H4

Found April, 1938
Contains silicate inclusions.
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3.34 grams, fusion crusted, 27mm x 16.6mm x 6.1mm, SOLD

 

3.62 grams, 25.7mm x 15.4mm x 9mm, SOLD

 

4.40 grams, 40mm x 12.7mm x 3.8mm, $55.00

 

SOLD

             
Taiban
New Mexico, L5

Found 1934
A dark, veined chondrite with lots of metal!
 
Texline
Texas, H5

Found July, 1937
Large Ni/Fe inclusions, nice Texas specimen
 
Tenham
Australia, L6

Fell Spring, 1879
Veined, contains the rare mineral ringwoodite
 
Tiberhamine
Algeria, L6

FellOctober 24, 1967
A nice veined chondrite from Algeria
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SOLD

 

SOLD

 

2.22 grams, 16mm x 11mm x 9mm, $56.00

 

SOLD


 
 
 
Tulia (a)
Texas, H3/4

Found 1917
Brecciated stone meteorite, nice for any collection.
 
 
 
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5.25 grams, 26mm x 20mm x 4.6mm, $52.00

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
U
           
             
Umbarger
Texas, L3/6

Found 1954
Unusual meteorite - L3/6
 
 
 
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6.43mm x 32.4mm x 18mm x 6.2mm, $120.00

 
 
 
             
 
 
V
           
             
Vulcan
Alberta,Canada, H6

Found April 1912
Canadian meteorites are very hard to and acquire.
 
Vulcan
Alberta, Canada, H6

Found April 1912
Canadian meteorites are very hard to and acquire.
 
Verkhne Tschirskaia
Russia, H5

Fell November 12, 1843
A veined chondrite almost never seen from Russia.
 
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On polished surface, 2.28 grams, 21mm x 8mm x 2mm, $170.00

 

0.71 grams, 10mm x 9.4mm x 6.6mm, SOLD

 

SOLD

 
             
 
 
W
           
             
Weston
Connecticut, H4

Fell December 14, 1807
Historic USA meteorite.
 
Weston
Connecticut, H4

Fell December 14, 1807
Historic USA meteorite.
 
Wiluna, Western Australia, Australia, H5 chondrite.
Fell September 02, 1967.
Multiple stones rained down in a "shower" 5 miles E of Wiluna Township. Light brown matrix, chondrules, Ni/Fe inclusions. 

Wellman (a)
Texas, H5

Found 1940
Eximined by Nininger
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1.34 grams, 17.8mm x 11.6mm x 6.7mm, SOLD

 

1.34 grams, 17.8mm x 11.6mm x 6.7mm, SOLD

 

6.5 grams, 42mm x 8mm x 5mm, $ 90.00


3.08 grams, 22mm x 18mm x 3.5mm, $45.00

             
Waltman
Wyoming, L4

Found 1948
Slice, visible Ni/Fe inclusions, very nice representative piece

Wynella
Australia, H4

Found 1945
An H4 from Queensland, Australia, nice inclusions

Warden
Australia, H5

Found June 1989
Nice slice, unusual.

Wellington
Texas, H5

Found 1955
Nice slice, chondrules
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9.45 grams, 27mm x 25mm x 8.1mm, SOLD
1.00 gram, 12mm x 12mm x 9mm, $48.00
2.70 grams, 14mm x 9mm x 9mm, $76.00
1.00 gram, 12mm x 12mm x 9mm, FILLER







 
 
X, Y, Z
           
             
Zagami
Nigeria, SNC

Fell October 3, 1962
Martian origin, great for any collection, very clean specimen.
 
Yatoor, India, H5 chondrite.
Fell January 23, 1852
Rare observed Fall from India.


 
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SOLD

 
 
 
             
 
 

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