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Updated February 25, 2021

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Mulberry Draw
  Hemphill County, Texas. L5 chondrite

Found 1963
Low price for the weight.

Australia, CM2

Fell September 28, 1969
  Clean fragments of a very important meteorite, CAI.s, chondrules
Melrose (a)
Curry County, New Mexico. L5 chondrite.

Fell 1933
  Nininger found ore-grade levels of gold in this meteorite..
McKenzie Draw (b)
Gaines County, Texas. H4 chondrite.
Three stones were found while plowing a peanut field.


2.54 grams, $25.00

0.12 grams, $60.00

1.26 grams, $25.00

1.76 grams, SOLD

Courtland, Latvia. H5 chondrite

Fell April 10, 1890.
A single 5.8kg stone mass was seen to fall.  
Western Australia, Wiluna district, Australia, AEUC-M

Fell October, 1960
This is a nice achondrite for any collection, it's also a fusion crusted endpiece. 
Mt. Padbury
Australia, Mesosiderite

Found 1964
Nice mesosiderite from Australia

Fell August 14, 1992
Large surface area, abundance of Ni/Fe inclusions.

0.64 grams, $35.00

1.94 grams, SOLD

0.54 grams, $25.00  

3.66 grams, SOLD

Upper Camera Valley, Sicily, Italy
L5 chondrite
Fell July 16, 1955

This is a rare one to see offered. Only 2.04kg recovered.
(Iowa), Linn Co., Iowa. L6 chondrite

Fell February 25, 1847
Nice, Historic USA meteorite. Fusion crusted.
Mount Vernon
Christian Co., Kentucky

Found 1868
  3 purple/orange olivine crystals. 
North Moravia, Czech Republic

Fell May 06, 2000
Only 633 grams recovered. Three stones recovered, one passed through a spruce tree.

1.34 grams, SOLD

  1.36 grams, $20.00

0.37 grams, $25.00

Cochran County, Texas
H6 chondrite

Found 1980. A single 6.4kg stone was found, the main mass is in Vienna.
Morrow County
L6 chondrite

Found 1999
Very few meteorites have been found in Oregon, A nice collection specimen. Writeup in MB 98. Difficult to find available.
Calloway County, Kentucky
CM2, carbonaceous chondrite.

Fell September 20, 1950
A rare meteorite.. 
Varazdin, Croatia
L6 chondrite

Fell April 26, 1842
Hard to find for any collection. 

2.32 grams, 30.00

1.56 grams, SOLD

0.12 grams, $70.00

0.33 grams, SOLD

San Paulo, Brazil
H4 chondrite

Fell Ocober 05, 1971
Several smal stones were found after several people witnessed the Fall. Only 2.5 kg has been preserved in collections. 

Roberts County, Texas

H5 chondrite
Found 1930
Recognized as a meteorite by Nininger, 1937

New South Wales, Australia
l3.8 chondrite
Found 1965
Unequilibrated chondrite. Abundance of chondrules.

McKenzie Draw (b)
Gaines County, Texas. H4 chondrite.
Three stones were found while plowing a peanut field.

1.00 grams, $60.00

0.91 grams, $20.00

1.04 grams, $40.00

.40 grams, $20.00

Australia, L4
Found 1967
Nice vivid mix of chondrules.

Transylvania, Romania, L5-6
Fell February 03, 1882
Veined chondrite, fusion crusted specimen.

Sumner County, Kansas
H4 chondrite.

Found 1972
Recognized by a farmer when he tried to move it. He remembered his father and grandfather moving it around..

Greer County, Oklahoma

H4 chondrite

Found 2008
Very low TKW of 750 grams.

1.16 grams, 25.00

0.82 grams, SOLD

1.30 grams, $25.00

1.42 grams, $65.00

Monument Draw
Andrews County, Texas
Acapulcoite, Primitive achondrite.
Found 1985.
A single 5.8kg stone mass was found, powed up in a field. One of the rarest classifications of meteorites with only 524 grams found. Prepared part slice.

Jenkins County, Georgia
H4 chondrite

Found 1975
Two masses were found during plowing. Most of this meteorite is held in private collections and not available.
Georgia meteorites are hard to acquire.

Tom Green County, Texas
H4 chondrite

Found 1941
Only 1,417 grams found, dark chocolate-brown matrix, bright Ni'Fe grains. Almost all of this meteorites is at TCU.

Melvern Lake
Osage County, Kansas
H 5 chondrite
October 1950
A single 7.746kg stone was found on a farm. Seldon offered.

0.82 grams, SOLD

1.56 grams, $40.00

1.76 grams, SOLD

1.02 grams, $20.00

Roosevelt County
New Mexico
L6 chondrite

Found 1984
42kg found, only a couple of kg have been preserved for collections. Ni/Fe grains, chondrules in matrix. 

West Bengal, India
LL6 chondrite

Fell December 22, 1863

Fell near the villages of Govindpur, Pandra, and Cossipore.  1.7kg
19.11% total Fe.

Mt. Egerton
Western Australia, Australia. Achondrite, Aubrite.
Found 1941

An anomalous Fe-rich aubrite!

Mt. Padbury
Stony-iron, Mesosiderite

Found 1964

Nice mesosiderite from Australia

2.04 grams, $20.00

1.54 grams, SOLD

0.73 grams, $25.00

0.96 grams, $30.00

Mount Tazerzait
Tahoua, Niger
L5 chondrite
Fell August 21, 1991

Witnessed to fall by a 7 year old Tuareg boy.
Visible Ni/Fe, chondrules

Calloway County, Kentucky. CM2 carbonaceous chondrite.
Fell September 20, 1950 Rarely available. A single fragment.

Dickens County, Texas
L6 chondrite
Found 1935
A single 1.1kg stone was found.
Visible Ni/Fe, chondrules

Cabarrus County, North Carolina. H4 chondrite.

Fell October 31, 1849

A brecciated chondrite

0.256 grams, $20.00

0.17 grams, $80.00

1.66 grams, $25.00

0.71 grams, $30.00

Moore County,
Moore County, North Carolina
Achondrite, AEUC-C

Fell April 21, 1913
An unbrecciated, cumulate eucrite. Everything about this is rare.

Harding County, New Mexico

H4 chondrite
Found 1963
A single 1.8kg stone was found.
Dark brown, Ni/Fe grains, Nice specimen.

Ness County, Kansas
H4/5 chondrite
Found 1980
A single 1.53kg stone was found.
Visible Ni/Fe grains and chondrules

Santiago del Estero, Argentina
H5 chondrite

Fell June 22, 1931
A weight of around 800 grams was reported as fragments only. 


1.36 grams, $20.00

1.04 grams, SOLD

0.92 grams, $25.00

Norton County
Aubrite (Vesta)

Fell February 18, 1948
Clean, white, fragmental breccia.
New Raymer
Weld County
LL4 chondrite

Found 1995
The LL4 classification is not always available for collectors. Classified by Glen Huss, ASU.

Los Angeles, L6

Found April, 1948
A nice California meteorite, hard to find, many Ni/Fe grains in matrix..
Nova 001
Western Australia, Australia. Ureilite

Found 1991
Only one stone, 349 grams, of this rare classification was found. ..


0.22 grams $20.00

  1.80 grams $30.00

1.32 grams SOLD


0.62 grams SOLD

Baily County, Texas

Found 1976
A Texas chondrite, never formally classified, low tkw, 1793 grams. Rare to find in any collection.

Nazareth (e)
Castro County, Texas. H6 chondrite.

Found 1977
Ploughed up in a field. Many Ni/Fe inclusions.

Nuevo Mercurio
Zacatecas, Mexico
H5 Chondrite

Fell December 15, 1978
Abundant Ni/Fe grains and inclusions. Large surface area with this prepared and polished surface. 

Alexandria, Abu-Hommos, Egypt
Achondrite, SNC, Martian cumulate clinopyroxenite,ANAK

Fell June 28, 1911
The "N" of the SNC suite of martian meteorites.
Grains and fragments. 

0.08 grams, $15.00
1.52 grams SOLD

1.28 grams SOLD
0.042 grams $120.00

Norton County
Aubrite (Vesta)

Fell February 18, 1948
Clean, white, fragmental breccia.

Norton County
Aubrite (Vesta)

Fell February 18, 1948
Clean, white, fragmental breccia.

Omnogov Almag,
Mongolia,  L6 chondrite

Fell September 25, 1933
Only 200 grams of this meteorite was recovered. 

NWA 4931
Northwest Africa Angrite
Found 2007
A very rare type of basaltic achondrite.  

0.62 grams 25.00
0.63 grams 25.00
1.78 grams, SOLD

1.3 grams, $110.00

Ness County (1894)
Ness County, Kansas
L6 chondrite

Found 1894
A total of 26 stones were found  Also known as "Welmannville and Ness City.

NWA 6308
Northwest Africa Primative Achondrite, Brachinite.
Found 2009
Only 600 grams found of this rare meteorite.  

NWA 7194
Northwest Africa Rumuruti chondrite (R4)
Found 2007
This classification is unique. Rumuruti chondrites do not belong to any of the major chondrite groupings.   

NWA 7875
Northwest Africa H7 chondrite
Found 2013
This classification is rare. Type 7 chondrites do not have chondrules but they do have a recrystallized chondritic texture. 

1.88 grams SOLD
0.32 grams $60.00

0.27 grams $50.00

1.56 grams $45.00

Rush County, Kansas

L6 chondrite.

Originally listed in the Nininger Catalog of Meteorites.
Olmedilla de Alarcon, Spain, H5
Fell February 26, 1929

Rare, xenolithic Spanish meteorite.
Furnas County, Nebraska

H5 chondrite.

A single 6kg stone found while plowing.
Perm region, Russia
H4 chondrite.
Fell August 30, 1887
A brecciated chondrite, clean, chondrules and Ni/Fe grains..
2.06 grams, SOLD

  0.36 grams, SOLD
1.10 grams, $20.00
  1.52 grams, $25.00
Kimball County, Nebraska
L6 chondrite.
Found 1984
6.69kg was found. Visible Ni/Fe grains.

Badajoz, Spain
LL5 chondrite.
Fell June 19 1924
Meteorites from Spain are rare and and the rarity of an LL5 is even more so.

Tarn-et-Garonne, Montauban, France

Carbonaceous chondrite CI1
May 14, 1864

Orgueil is, arguably, the rarest of meteorites to be available to collectors. Simply stated, Orgueil contains some of the oldest known matter. The designation, CI1, unlike a CM2 or a higher numerical rating, is a reference to the alteration since formation. CI1's are some of the most pristene matter known. This fragment is sold by size and not weight..
   Overland Park
Johnson County, Kansas
H4 chondrite.
Found 1998

1.374kg was found, the main mass is in possession of the finder.

1.40 grams,$25.00
0.44 grams, $25.00
Fragment, 5mm x 4mm x 3mm, SOLD
  1.42 grams, $20.00

Kurgan region, Ozerno district, Russia
L6 chondrite.
Found 1983
Found in a pasture. Large surface area, Ni/Fe grains.

2.22 grams,$20.00

Tami Nadu, India
LL3.6 chondrite.
Fell February 28, 1857
Chondrule-rich, brecciated. 
Greene County, Arkansas
LL5 chondrite
Fell February 17, 1930
Brecciated, black, shock veins, melt-rock clasts.
New York, H6 chondrite

Fell October 9, 1992
One of the most famous meteorites in recent history. Rare to find available anywhere.
Lanao, Mindanao, Philippines
H6 chondrite.
June 16, 1938
Regolith breccia, gas-rich.

0.92 grams, $60.00   0.60 grams, $60.00

0.40 grams, $60.00

  0.18 grams $20.00

L6 chondrite
Fell May 14, 1935
Very little available to the collecting community

Yoakum County, Texas
H5 chondrite

Found 1964
Large surface area, abundant Ni/Fe grains.

Warsaw, Poland
H5 chondrite.

Fell January 30, 1868
Gas-rich, veined. Thin slice, large surface area.

Plains (d)
Yoakum County, Texas
H4 chondrite

Found 1991
Large surface area, only 280 grams found.

0.17 grams, SOLD
1.62 grams, $20.00
1.58 grams $30.00

1.58 grams SOLD

Palo Verde Mine Mohave, Arizona
L6 chondrite.
Found 2004
9158 grams recovered in two stones.

Scioto County, Ohio
H5 chondrite.
Found 1990
Found about 20 inches below ground while digging out a stump.

Finney County, Kansas
L6 chondrite.
Found 1939
The main mass of 2.21 kg was once in the Nininger Collection of Meteorites.

Plainview 1917
Hale County, Texas
H5 chondrite.

Found 1917
A regolith breccia.

2.14 grams, $20.00

0.98 grams $20.00

0.95 grams, $20.00

3.72 grams SOLD

Grove County, Kansas
L6 chondrite.

Found 1969
13kg found, 9.7kg is at Arizona State University.

Pampa (c)

L4 chondrite.

Found 1986
A weathered and shocked chondrite, visible chondrules.

New York, H6 chondrite

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

Minas Gerais, Brazil
L6 chondrite

Fell August 06, 1950

About 2.12 kg of fragments and stones were recovered. 

1.32 grams $20.00
1.26 grams $25.00
0.71 grams $80.00

0.81 grams $30.00

  Logan County, Colorado

L6 chondrite
Found 1937

11.5 kg found. Ni/Fe grains, chondrules.
 Graham County, Kansas

H5 chondrite
Found 1947

3.58 kg found, almost all of this meteorite is at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC.

1.48 grams $25.00
1.48 grams $30.00




Kiowa County, Oklahoma
 H3.4 chondrite


Gas-rich, unequilibrated chondrite.
North Dakota, H5

Fell June 30, 1918
Rare meteorite from North Dakota.
Reid 013
Western Australia, Australia. Brachinite, primitive achondrite.
Found 1991
One of the most rare meteorite classifications. . 

Morton County, Kansas.  LL3.7 chondrite.

Found  1983
Contains LL5 clasts, unequilibrated. there are not many meteorites of this classification.

2.18 grams, $20.00


1.52 grams, SOLD

1.46 grams, $35.00
Grant County, Oklahoma
L6 chondrite.

Found 1986
Contains maskelynite. Found while terracing an unfarmed hillside. Large Ni/Fe inclusions.

Rio Limay
Rio Negro Province, Argentina
L5 chondrite.

Found 1995
Shock dakened grey matrix, granular texture, chondrule deformation. Polished fragment, Ni/Fe grains and inclusions. Nice specimen.

Lincoln County, Nebraska
H5 chondrite.

Found 1986
Reported in literature to have been used as a doorstop and to make "car repairs"(?!!). 

Round Top (a)
Fayette County, Texas
L5 chondrite

Found 1934, December

Some shock veining, melt pockets, and many Ni/Fe inclusions. Originally held in the Nininger Collection of Meteorites.

2.46 grams, $20.00

2.34 grams, $25.00

2.70 grams, $30.00

1.46 grams, SOLD

Mtwara, Tanzania.
L4-6 chondrite.

Fell February 07, 1949

Contains xenolithic, contains L4 and L6 clasts. A rare mixing for two different petrologic graded clast groups.

Tula, Orlov region, Russia
L6 chondrite.

Fell November 20, 1878

Reported, "One stone about the size of a man's head fell".
Cut fragmenr, exposed chondrules.

Rencoret 001
Antofagasta, Chile
H6 chondrite.

Found 1996

Only 1992 grams found.
Abundant Ni/Fe grains.

New South Wales, Australia
H6 chondrite.

Found 1962

This 34.7kg stone meteorite was broken apart when struck by a plow.

0.88 grams, $30.00
1.42 grams, SOLD

3.50 grams, $25.00

1.36 grams, SOLD

Red Deer Hill
Prince Albert Saskatchewan, Canada
L6 chondrite.

Found May 1975

A single 2.51kg stone was found. May be paired with the Blaine Lake meteorite found 80km away. 

Know County, Texas
H5 chondrite

Found May, 1961

23.4% Fe, main mass loaned to NASA, Manned Spaceflight Center.

Roy (1933)
Harding County, New Mexico.
L5 chondrite.

Found Spring, 1933.
 Nininger did the initial analysis on this meteorite in 1934.

0.75 grams, SOLD
0.87 grams, $25.00

1.68 grams, $30.00

Richmond County, Virginia
Fell April 01, 1921
Unequilibrated, gas rich, contains c-rich aggregates and c-chondrite clasts.

Seibert (b)
Kit Carson City
L6 chondrite.

Found 1991
Found while plowing a wheat field.
St. Michel
Finland, L6 chondrite.

Fell July 12, 1910

A nice L6 chondrite.
Sandy Creek
Clay County, Nebraska.
L5 chondrite
Found 1999
Found on an airport runway while being graded. 

0.84 grams, $90.00

 2.26 grams, $20.00


0.61 grams, $70.00

1.34 grams, $20.00

Seibert (a)
Kit Carson City
H5 chondrite.

Found 1941
Originally in the Nininger Collection of Meteorites.

Gaines County, Texas
H4 chondrite.

Found 1961
Studied and classified by G. Huss.

Dallas County, Alabama
H4 chondrite.

Found 1961
Studied and classified by G. Huss.

Grey County, Ontario, Canada
L5 chondrite.

Fell August 13, 1904
Brecciated, veined. 

1.52 grams, $20.00
1.28 grams, $20.00
1.80 grams, $25.00

0.23 grams, SOLD

Bingol, Turkey

Fell September 02,  2015
A freshly fallen Howardite (HED).

Chihuahua, Mexico
H4 chondrite.

Found 1971
Found within the Allende strewnfield.

Seagraves (c)
Terry County, Texas
L6/7 chondrite

Found 1989
Found in an abandoned house.

Krishnagiri District, Tamil Nadu, India
LL6 chondrite.

Fell September 12, 2008
 Fusion crusted, A very fresh, clean stone meteorite specimen..

0.67 grams, SOLD

1.06 grams, $20.00

5.25 grams $35.00

2.04 grams, SOLD

Bashkortostan, Russia
L4 chondrite.

Found July 1997
Used to stop a hay cart from rolling, later found to be a meteorite. 

Clay County, Nebraska.
H5 chondrite.

Found 1964
A single stone was ploughed up in a field. It was noticed to be heavier than the surrounding stones of the same size. 

St. Lawrence
Glasscock County, Texas
LL6 chondrite.

Found 1965
Found in a pasture by a 10 year old boy. 

Briscoe County,
H4 chondrite.

Found 1938
2.57 kg was found. Was once held in the Nininger Collection of Meteorites in 1940.

2.26 grams, $20.00
0.70 grams, $20.00

2.96 grams, $25.00

1.30 grams, $20.00

Carter Co., Oklahoma
H5 chondrite.

Found 1965
Two stones, 8.143kg total were found in 1965. 8kg is at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas. Only a few hundred grams are availble for collectors.

Sleeper Camp 001
Nyanga Plain, Western Australia, Australia.
L6 chondrite.

Found 1962
A single stone, 1.25kg was found.

Sheridan County, Kansas

H5 chondrite.
Found 1901
The fireball was observerd on November 15, 1898 but the meteorite was not found until 3 years later.

Jihomoravsky, Iglau, Czech Republic

Fell May 22, 1808
A brecciated monomict eucrite - AEUC-M

1.71 grams, $25.00
1.74 grams, SOLD
1.40 grams, $20.00

0.24 grams,SOLD

Suizhou County, Hubei province, China

L6 chondrite
Fell April 15, 1986

Visible chondrules, light-colored matrix. Observed Fall.
Nice specimen.

Agusta County, Virginia

Found 1869

Very attractive octahedrite.

Lamb County, Texas
L6 chondrite.

Found 1980
One stone was found while plowing. 

Sheriden County, Kansas
LL5 chondrite.

Found 1960
Brecciated, shocked, 1.56kg found. Rarely seen available.

1.26 grams, SOLD
1.56 grams, SOLD
3.20 grams, SOLD
1.86 grams, SOLD

Saratov region, near Donguz, Penza, Russia
L4 chondrite.

Fell September 06, 1918
Few meteorites have the abundance of chondrules as the Saratov meteorite.
This is a great meteorite for microscopy. 

Charente, France
LL6 chondrite.

Fell June 27, 1966.

Brecciated, gas-rich.  

Clay County, Arkansas
L6 chondrite.

Fell April 18, 1924
A single 3.5 kg stone was witnessed to fall.

Sulphur Springs Draw
Terry County, Texas
H5 chondrite.

Found September 20, 1990
One stone was found while plowing. tt shows almost no free-metal (Ni/Fe). 

3.30 grams, $35.00

0.67 grams, $60.00

1.06 grams, SOLD

0.59 grams, $25.00

Jilin, China
L6 chondrite.

Fell August 15, 1993
Four masses were found. The largest mass, 28kg, created a pit 60cm deep...

0.82 grams, $25.00

Mexico, LL5

Fell October 16, 1975
Nice fragement, embedded chondrules
Diogenite (Vesta)

Fell June 27, 1931
Dioginite, greenish interor
Tindouf , Western Algeria
H6 chondrite.

Found 2006
A reported 1,500 grams was found.

0.45 grams, $20.00

0.83 grams, $20.00  
2.54 grams, $20.00

Travis County b
Travis County, Texas
H4 chondrite
Found 1937
Nice specimen, a breccia. 
Tulia (a)
Swisher County, Texas
H3-4 chondrite
Found 1917
Nice specimen, a breccia. 
Smith County, Texas
L6 chondrite.
Fell April 26, 1917
Nice specimen, a breccia. Only 1.02 kg found and the majority is held in museum and university collections. 

 Tulia (b)
Swisher County, Texas
L6 chondrite
Found 1917
Nice specimen, a breccia.

1.78 grams,SOLD
3.12 grams, $20.00

0.74 grams, $50.00

2.42 grams, SOLD

Pskov, Estonia
L4 chondrite
Fell June 28, 1872
Contains metal-troilite-rich shock veining, and melt rock clasts. An amazingly complex meteorite

Lombardy, Italy
 H3/4 chondrite

Fell November 12, 1856
Historic, unequilibrated.

0.92 grams, SOLD

0.61 grams, $80.00

Tennasilma, Estonia
  L4 chondrite

Fell June 28, 1872
Historic Fall.
Troilite-rich, shock veined, melt rock clasts. 

West Java, Indonesia
  L5 chondrite

Fell July 10, 1922
Two stones were seen to fall after observing a fireball. A rare meteorite from West Java.

1.66 grams, SOLD

1.24 grams, $55.00

Texas, L3/6 chondrite

Found 1954
Unusual meteorite classification- L3/6. Contains maskelynite, partially unequilibrated..
H5 chondrite

Found May 24 2006
Unusual "find" circumstances: A single 4,680 gram stone was sticking out of the ground in a vacant lot and was "polished" by the tires of passing cars going to the nearby repair shop.
Ulyanovsk is rare to find available.

Grant County, Kansas

H 4 chondrite

Very little available for collectors, most of this meteorite is held at ASU.


1.56 grams, SOLD

0.83 grams, $110.00
0.51 grams, $20.00

 Vienne, France, L6 chondrite.

Fell May 13, 1831
Historic meteorite.
Highly shocked, contains recrystallized clasts of feldspar that has been converted into maskelynite. Clean, unoxidized specimen.
Alberta, Canada, H6

Found April 1912
Most of this meteorite is at the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
Trujillo, Venezuela
L5 chondrite

Fell  October 15, 1972
This meteorite is reported to have killed a cow. 


0.87 grams, $80.00


2.68 grams, $30.00

1.48 grams, $25.00

Vaca Muerta
Atacama Desert
Stony-iron, mesosiderite.
Found 1861
One of the most notable mesosiderites available to collectors.

Villalbeto de la Pena
Palencia, Castilla-Leon, Spain. L6 chondrite, fusion crusted.
Fell  January 04, 2004
Several teams of hunters looked for specimens of this Fall, but only a small amount was recovered.


Vaca Muerta
Atacama Desert
Stony-iron, mesosiderite.
Found 1861
One of the most notable mesosiderites available to collectors.

2.38 grams, $20.00
0.67 grams, SOLD

3.22 grams, $25.00

Ochiltree County, Texas. H6 chondrite

Found 1963. .
Large surface area, many Ni/Fe inclusions.
Connecticut, H4

Fell December 14, 1807
Historic USA meteorite.
Visible chondrules, clean fragment.
Mitchel County, Kansas
  L6 chondrite.

Found 1873.
A brecciated chondrite, no oxides, very clean. Nice size and detail. 

Australia, H4

Found 1945
An H4 from Queensland, Australia, nice inclusions


1.58 grams, SOLD

0.26 grams, $40.00

1.12 grams, SOLD

0.65 grams, SOLD
Collingsworth Co., Texas, H5 chondrite

Found 1955
Recognized as a unusual rock in a fine-grained river flood plain.

Western Australia
H5 chondrite

Found 1989
Very little found or available. Nice, large surface area.

Western Australia
L6 chondrite

Fell December 20, 1960
Seen to fall in December of 1960 but was not found until July, 1961. Visible chondrules, Ni/Fe grains.

Hebei, Wuan Co., China
 H6 chondrite

Fell July 31, 1986
A single 50kg mass was recovered.

1.50 grams, $25.00
2.12 grams, $25.00

0.16 grams, $20.00

1.42 grams, $20.00

Wild Horse
Cheyenne County, Colorado
H5 chondrite

Found 1979
Found on a farm.
Unequilibrated chondrite.

Western Australia, Australia
H5 chondrite

Found 1968
Very little found or available. Found in a creek bed near Wildara pastoral station homestead. Nice, large surface area. Solid specimen, clear, bright Ni'Fe grains.

Casey County, Kentucky
L6 chondrite

Found 1956
Found on a farm.
Visible Ni/Fe inclusions.

1.14 grams, SOLD

2.06 grams, $35.00

1.72 grams, SOLD

Connecticut, H4 chondrite
Fell December 14, 1807
Historic USA meteorite.
Visible chondrules, clean fragment.

Tripp County, South Dakota
L3.9 chondrite

Found 2004
The finder was getting off his tractor and saw this rust-colored rock, later to be recognized as a meteorite.

Maricopa County, Arizona
L6 chondrite

Found 1940
A black chondrite, brecciated, veined, with melt pockets.

Morgan County, Colorado
H4 chondrite

Found 1934
Once in the Nininger Collection of Meteorites.

0.50 grams, $50.00

1.10 grams, $25.00

1.22 grams, $30.00
1.46 grams, SOLD

Natrona County, Wyoming
L4 chondrite

Found 1948
Found on the ground surface, not buried. Chondrules, Ni/Fe grains. Light/Dark lithology.

Wray (b)
Wray, Colorado
L5 chondrite
Found 1938
Found on the ground surface, not buried..Chondrules, Ni/Fe grains. Light/Dark lithology.

2.06 grams, $25.00
1.80 grams, $20.00

X, Y, Z
Nigeria, SNC

Fell October 3, 1962
Martian origin, polished surface, very clean specimen.
Yatoor, India, H5 chondrite.
Fell January 23, 1852
Rare observed Fall from India. Large surface area.

Yatoor, India, H5 chondrite.
Fell January 23, 1852
Rare observed Fall from India. Large surface area.
Yorktown (Texas)
 DeWitt County, Texas. H5 chondrite
Found 1957
Found in a field. Also known as "Myersville (a)"

  0.10 grams, SOLD
  0.88 grams, SOLD  
0.75 grams, $30.00

1.34 grams, SOLD
Donetsk region, Ukraine
H6 chondrite.
Fell October 10, 1938
24.93% total Fe, visible chondrules, nice textural detail.

Yarle Lakes 001
Nullarbor Plain, South Australia, Australia.
 H5 chondrite.
Found 1990
Only 913 grams found.

Yarle Lakes 002
Nullarbor Plain, South Australia, Australia.
 H4/5 chondrite.
Found 1991
Only 500 grams found.

Yelland Dry Lakes
Yelland Dry Lake Bed
 H4 chondrite.
Found 2007
Classified by Alan Rubin, UCLA

1.04 grams, $30.00
2.02 grams, $25.00
1.24 grams, SOLD
1.14 grams, $20.00

Nigeria, SNC

Fell October 3, 1962
Martian origin, polished surface, very clean specimen.

Nigeria, SNC

Fell October 3, 1962
Martian origin, polished surface, very clean specimen.

Western Australia, Australia, EL6

Found 1969
Enstatite chondrite, low iron subgroup.

0.21 grams, $50.00

0.16 grams, SOLD

1.64 grams, SOLD



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