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Meteorites for sale

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Our meteorite for sale come from around the world, and are obtained from official sources, which are members of official meteorite organisations. We take pride that our specimens are genuine, and stable. If not treated some meteorites can deteriorate, but all of our specimens have been fully treated,

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Economy L4/5 Common Chondrite Meteorite

In a display box

This economy meteorite is our lowest priced piece. It has been found by a Berber Nomad, and is in its original 'as found' condition. The meteorite comes in a special labelled display box. This is a regular line, so the image shown is an example of the specimen, your purchased item will not be the exact piece pictured in the photo, but will be similar.

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10-30mm
(RS6008)
£3.00 In Stock
30-40mm
(RS6006)
£6.95 In Stock
40-60mm
(RS6012)
£9.95 In Stock
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Meteorite Story In A Box

Each meteorite tells a different story. A Genuine Meteorite is included in a lovely display box together with information on the meterorite type, where it was found, what impact it caused etc. These make superb gifts!

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Each
Special Offer - Was £9.95 (RS6003)
£6.50 In Stock
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NWA 869 Meteorite

In a display box

This small meteorite is from the NWA 869 strewn field, near Tindouf, Algeria. Currently classified as an L5 Common Chondrite, it shows brecciation and even carbon inclusions.This is a regular line, so the image shown is an example of the specimen, your purchased item will not be the exact piece pictured in the photo, but will be similar.

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5mm to 10mm
Special Offer - Was £5.00 (RS6017)
£3.00 In Stock
10mm to 20mm
Special Offer - Was £9.95 (RS6001)
£5.95 In Stock
20mm to 40mm
Special Offer - Was £29.95 (RS6002)
£9.95 In Stock
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Nickel-Iron Meteorite Crystals - Campo del Cielo

In a display box

These meteorites are Nickel-Iron crystals from Campo del Cielo, Argentina and are around 4-6,000 years old. Prepared by super-cooling and fracturing. These meteorites come in a special display box.

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15-25mm
(RS6015)
£19.95 In Stock
25-35mm
(RS6010)
£29.95 In Stock
35-45mm
(RS6014)
£39.95 In Stock
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Tektites - In Special Display Boxes

Tektites are chunks of glassy material found in a number of locations across the globe. Most are blackish in colour and show signs of exposure to intense heat. The exceptions to this are the beautiful (and rare) green Moldavites from Eastern Europe; the yellowish Libyan glassites; and the green-grey Darwinites. We sell two types, Irgizite or Indochinite.

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Indochinite Tektites (Large, 35mm to 80mm.)
(RS6007)
£8.95 In Stock
Irgizite Tektites (Small, 5mm to 10mm.)
(RS6004)
£4.95 In Stock
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Sikhote Alin Meteorite - In Display Boxes

Part of a huge fall that occurred in February 1947 in the Sikhote-Alin Mountains NE of Vladivostok. This is a regular line, so the image shown is an example of the specimen, your purchased item will not be the exact piece pictured in the photo, but will be similar, it is presented in a neat black display box with information leaflet.

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Approx 6mm to 15mm
(RS6005)
£9.95 In Stock
Approx 15mm to 35mm
(RS6016)
£14.95 In Stock
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Meteorite Pendant and Necklace

A beautiful little pendant crafted from a whole stone meteorite which is encased inside a silver plated cage, and strung from a lovely 18" sterling silver curb chain. Neatly presented in a high quality velvet lined jewellery box. The meteorite has been fully identified and comes provided with a certificate of authenticity as well as a detailed meteorite information sheet.

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Each
(GF3007)
£29.95 In Stock
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Campo del Cielo Meteorites

The Campo del Cielo is a Nickel-Iron Meteorite, classified by the width of its Widmanstatten pattern as a course octahedrite. The original huge mass fell approximately 6000 years ago in Argentina, about 620 miles NW of Buenos Aries. Your specimen is stable and treated with light gun oil. It should require minimum maintenance.

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526g
(RS6053)
£250.29 28  Days
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Meteorite Story on a Card

Each meteorite tells a different story. A Genuine Meteorite is included together with information on the meterorite type, where it was found, what impact it caused etc.

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Each
(RS6009)
£1.95 In Stock
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Nantan Meteorite - In Display Boxes

High-metal fragments of the famous Nantan Meteorite. These are not the usual highly-weathered items, but stable samples. Iron meteorite, seen to fall near the city of Nantan, Nandan County, Guangxi Province, China. June 1516. Many tons were used as a source of iron during the Cultural Revolution.

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Each
(RS6011)
£22.95 In Stock
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Bendego meteorite, Brazil

In display case

One of the largest meteorites ever discovered, was the Bendego Meteorite which was moved from the jungles of Brazil to the National Museum. The transportation of the meteorite was slow and terribly difficult. Wooden carts were built, tracks were laid though the jungle, and the meteorite was hauled, slowly, up and down mountains by teams of oxen. The meteorite hole left fragments of iron crust behind, and this fragment is one of those from the original hole.

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5.12g 25mm x 19mmx 5mm
(RS6101)
£35.84 In Stock
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DaG 998 (CO3, Libya)

This H3 classified meteorite was found in Libya, in 1999. It is a fragment of the original 6-fragment 3522g mass. This comes in a special display case.

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4.62g - 32mm x 15mm x 2mm
(RS6102)
£55.44 In Stock
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Dar al Gani 177

This LL6 class of meteorite was found in 1996, in Libya. The original mass was just 133g, consisting of two fragments. Comes in a special display box. One side polished.

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6.07g -23mm x 20mm x 6mm
(RS6103)
£28.28 In Stock
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Vyatka, H4-5, Russia

Sliced and polished

A mass of 40-50kg was reportedly found on the shore of the Vyatka river near the town Sovetsk, but the main mass was lost. It was discovered 1992. this Ordinary chondrite (H4) class fragment has been sliced and polished to show the internal structure.

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19.39g - 40mm x 30mm x 6mm
(RS6105)
£54.28 In Stock
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Taza (NWA 859)

This meteorite, which fell in Taza, Morocco, 2001, and had an original mass of 75.3kg as several fragments. It is classified as an Iron ung.

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25.22g - 25mm x 20mm x 15mm
(RS6104)
£75.66 In Stock
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RARE: NWA 869 (Orientated), x2

This NWA 869 oriented meteorite is quite rare. Oriented specimens can differ widely in shape and size, they are meteorites that fall through a stable flight rather than tumbling sporadically which most meteorites do. Trailing Sides and Landing sides can be clearly seen. The NWA 869 is a small meteorite from the NWA 869 strewn field, near Tindouf, Algeria. Currently classified as an L5 Common Chondrite,

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12g - TWO fragments, each 18mm x 18mm x 6mm
(RS6106)
£39.95 In Stock
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RARE: NWA 2481

Found in Western Sahara, 2003

This Achondrite (polymict eucrite) class was originally Several stones totalling 5009g partly covered with fusion crust. A polymict breccia consisting of lithic and mineral clasts set into a fine-grained brecciated groundmass of dominantly plagioclase, Ca-pyroxene, and opaque phases; lithic clasts are basaltic fragments and more rarely impact melt clasts. Comes in a display box

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7.19g - 53mm x 19mm x 3mm
(RS6201)
£129.42 In Stock
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RARE: NEA 003 (Lunar, Moon Rock)

Genuine Moon Rock

Lunar Moon Rock has become extremely rare, especially when it falls as a meteorite. These small fragments total 0.05g. There are a number of fragments in this one special display box, each around 1-2mm. These fragments were found in Libya, November 2000/December 2001. It is a Achondrite (lunar, mare basalt and basaltic breccia). Comes in a display box.

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0.05g
(RS6202)
£170.00 In Stock
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RARE: Zekiodzie (Poland)

A very rare meteorite slice that was found in Poland. It is of the Achondrite class, which is a stony meteorite that does not contain chondrules. It consists of material similar to terrestrial basalts or plutonic rocks and has been differentiated and reprocessed to a lesser or greater degree due to melting and recrystallization on or within meteorite parent bodies. Comes in a display box

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0.7g - 23mm x 8mm x 1mm
(RS6204)
£105.00 In Stock
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RARE: Henbury (Iron Octohedrite with Regmaglypts)

The Henbury iron meteorite from central Australia was first discovered in 1931. It is classed as a IIIAB iron and is a medium octahedrite. The fall created a large crater field. This is rare because it has Regmaglypts. Regmaglypts are thumbprint like impressions on the surface of larger meteorites that are formed by ablation of material from the surface as a meteor passes

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29.41g - 35mm x 25mm x 15mm
(RS6205)
£88.22 In Stock
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