• Meteorite Type:¬†Iron,¬†IIAB
    • Weight: 232.6 grams
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes, Russia 1947
    • Additional Information: Absolutely incredible Sikhote-Alin individual hybrid with rare Notkin Collection card and hand-painted number NC-SA-22.¬†
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (CV3)
    • Weight: 604.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 183 mm x 116 mm x 12 mm
    • Additional Information: The largest thick full slice in inventory. What an absolute jaw dropper! This specimen has heft, remnant fusion crust, a multitude of colorful chondrules, and CAIs.Please note* one groove was filled with a stabilizer in the lab.¬†
  • SOLD
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Iron,¬†IIAB
    • Weight: 82.2 grams
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes, Russia 1947
    • Additional Information: Absolutely incredible Sikhote-Alin individual that has it all; oriented, rollover lip, flowlines and massive impact pit. Wow!¬†
  • Allende 30.6g

    $1,530.00
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (CV3.2)
    • Meteorite Weight: 30.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 92 mm x 58 mm x 2 mm¬† ¬† ¬†¬†
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes, fell Chihuahua, Mexico Feb. 8, 1969
    • Additional Information: Rarely offered impressively sized full slice! Cut thin and expertly prepared. Showy piece with CAIs, armored chondrules and loaded with personality.¬†
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (H5)
    • Weight: 1,350 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 122 mm x 110 mm x 82 mm
    • Witnessed Fall:¬†Yes, Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 83.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 113 mm x 95 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Exceptional and superb, palm-sized complete slice. This specimen was taken from the center of a large mass and is the most significant lunar meteorite slice in inventory. Expertly prepared in the laboratory with a custom-built saw, this full slice was meticulously polished to bring out its variegated multi-hued interior, chock full of extraterrestrial fragments that originated in ancient and far-away places.
      With presentation case and embossed certificate of authenticity.
  • Seymchan 945g

    $8,505.00
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 945 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 246 mm x 189 mm x 5 mm
    • Additional Information: This is a remnant of a lost and subterranean active zone on an unknown but ancient asteroid. It has been exquisitely etched by an expert in pallasite preparation to reveal abundant colorful crystals situated in a brilliant nickel-iron matrix. It is described as "transitional," clearly showing both Seymchan pallasite and siderite in one!
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 1,025.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 212 mm x 179 mm x 5 mm
    • Additional Information: An extremely rare offering of this fascinating meteorite. Absolutely spectacular Seymchan; which captures the pallasite to siderite transition! This amazing visual story is well complemented by its jagged etch pattern, patches of schreibersite, and is finished by an absolute lovely shape. A true must-have for the discriminating collector.¬†
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (Unclassified Chondrite)
    • Weight:¬† 432.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 82 mm x 66 mm x 54 mm
    • Additional Information: This piece has a gorgeous jet black fusion crust
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (Unclassified Chondrite)
    • Weight:¬† 3.6 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements: 190 mm x 133 mm x 36 mm
    • Additional Information: This piece has a beautiful, rich black fusion crust with cooling cracks that gives its surface a smooth finish; also features an actual thumb sized thumbprint. The chip in the crust, likely acquired during flight or upon impact, show a light interior with a few chondrules and metal flecks. Please view the 360 degree video below.
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Pallasitic Peridot
    • Gemstone Weight: ¬†1.22 carats
    • Measurements: 6.67 mm x 5.38 mm x 3.84 mm
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Pallasitic Peridot
    • Gemstone Weight: ¬†2.15 carats
    • Measurements: 9.4 mm x 6.2 mm x 5 mm
    • Additional Information: The largest and most impressive gemstone in stock. A true statement piece.
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone, Carbonaceous Chondrite, CM2
    • Weight: 3.87 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 24 mm x 21 mm x 12 mm
    • Witnessed Fall:¬†Yes. April 23, 2019
    • Additional Information: This listing consists of a 3.87-gram fusion-crusted fragment of the actual impactor, or hammer stone, that hit the roof panel AND the roof panel display. The hammer stone broke into several pieces following the impact. Note the green paint on the leading surface of the meteorite, which is clearly a match for the green paint of the roof panel. Note also the rich, fresh fusion crust indicating this specimen was retrieved shortly after the fall.
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone, Carbonaceous Chondrite, CM2
    • Weight: 5.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 24 mm x 23 mm x 14 mm
    • Witnessed Fall:¬†Yes. April 23, 2019
    • Additional Information: This 5.4-gram fragment is part of the hammer stone which hit the Aguas Zarcas roof panel as seen in the reference photographs. The impacting stone broke into several pieces and this is the largest known extant piece. It shows abundant small white and grey chondrules and small patches of fusion crust. Please note the minuscule flecks of green paint which adhered to it upon impact. *Panel photographs for reference and authentication purposes only; are not included with your purchase.
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone, Carbonaceous Chondrite, CM2
    • Weight: 1.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 13 mm x 14 mm x 5 mm
    • Witnessed Fall:¬†Yes. April 23, 2019
    • Additional Information: Smallest known extant piece of the Aguas Zarcas hammer stone. Black fusion crust is evident. No paint is evident. *Panel photograph for reference and authentication purposes only; it is not included with your purchase.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 363.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 85 mm x 70 mm x 40 mm
    • Additional Information: This world-class specimen would be the envy of many museums and significant university collections. A whole stone in as-found condition, clearly showing light and dark patches typical of NWA 11303. It is this brecciated mixture that produces the alluring, high-contrast slices. A large, visually appealing, and highly impressive example of our nearest celestial neighbor, with impeccable provenance from Aerolite Meteorites, Inc., and examined and classified by the Department of Earth at Space Sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle.
    • Meteorite Type: Martian, shergottite
    • Weight: 54.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 103 mm x 89 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Impressive laboratory prepared palm-sized full slice¬†
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite, PMG-an
    • Meteorite Weight: 2,220 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 533 mm x 279 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information: Magnificent large full slice with abundant gemstones
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Iron, ungrouped
    • Weight: 12.1 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements: 304 mm x 171 mm x 74 mm
    • Additional Information: This hefty specimen is larger than the majority of pieces found in Russia‚Äôs Dronino strewnfield. Note the interesting surface features which appear to be torn or striated, likely by in-air explosion or terrestrial impact. This meteorite has been cleaned to remove surface soil and oxidation and stabilized (using non-invasive methods) to ensure longevity.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 77.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 50 mm x 37 mm x 31 mm
    • Additional Information: Lunar meteorite end cut, exactingly prepared in the laboratory and polished to perfection on a diamond lap. Note the pleasing contrast of abundant white and grey clasts suspended in a darker matrix. Careful examination will reveal small blebs of extraterrestrial nickel-iron.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 39.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 94 mm x 83 mm x 2.5 mm
  • Nantan 16kg

    $7,999.00
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Iron, IAB-MG
    • Weight: 16 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements: 215 mm x 170 mm x 165 mm
    • Additional Information: Shapely iron with great character and lovely patina
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Pallasite, PMG-an
    • Weight: 249 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†240 mm x 155 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Martian, shergottite
    • Weight: 56.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†109 mm x 108 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Curiously awash with a multitude of greenish colored hues. This full slice has plenty of character!
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (L4-6)
    • Weight: 1.04 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements (as a whole): ¬†116 mm x 71 mm x ¬†60 mm
    • Additional Information: Matched pair.
  • SOLD
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (H5)
    • Weight: 264.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 78 mm x 62 mm x 43 mm
    • Witnessed Fall:¬†Yes
    • Additional Information: Highly oriented individual with exceptional rollover lip.
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Martian, Augite Basalt
    • Weight: 49.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†50 mm xmm x 33¬† m x 29 mm via passive electronic caliper reading
    • Additional Information:¬†World-class main mass specimen of NWA 8159 with specialized, one-of-a-kind, signed Northwest Africa 8159 Certificate of Authenticity
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Iron IAB-MG
    • Weight:¬†19.0 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†318 mm x 216 mm x 89 mm
    • Additional Information: Impressive individual with what appears to be a hand-painted field number, is thought to have been sandblasted to expose the gnarly looking internal structure
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Iron IAB-MG
    • Weight:¬†40.4 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†394 mm x 305 mm x 203 mm
    • Additional Information: Beautiful and massive individual that we believe to have been sandblasted clean. You are seeing the wild internal structure of the meteorite! We assume the hand-painted number is a field number.
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Iron IAB-MG
    • Weight: 33.8 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements: 330 mm x 203 mm x 177 mm
    • Additional Information: This uncommonly large and excellent specimen displays a particularly attractive hue of Canyon Diablo‚Äôs characteristic reddish-bronze natural patina, as well as abundant fine surface features. Examples of this meteorite with such a striking shape and impressive size appear are very rarely offered, and Canyon Diablo is a must for collectors of historic meteorites and crater-forming irons. Note the (natural) spherical indentation where a soft inclusion, probably graphite, boiled out during flight or weathered away after its fall to Earth. Note also its small pointed ‚Äúfeet‚ÄĚ that allow it to stand up easily, making it a lovely display piece that displays magnificently from all angles.
    Please view the 360 degree video below.
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Iron,¬†IIAB
    • Weight:¬†1,377 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†54 mm x 39 mm x 16 mm
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes. Feb. 12, 1947, Russia.
    • Additional¬†Information: Rare shrapnel fragment with natural patina, phenomenal shape and features
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite, PMG
    • Meteorite Weight:¬†18 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements: 200 mm x 130 mm x 150 mm
    • Additional Information: Handsome end cut that tells us the marvelous tale of terrestrial weathering, by it's clearly visible darker crystals along the edge and orange-ochre natural patina. The interior face is speckled with brightly colored orange, amber, and green olivine. Impressive!
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stony-iron
    • Weight:¬†496.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 61 mm round
    • Additional Information: Great balance of silicate clasts and speckles of iron in a captivating sphere shape. One chip on bottom gives it a solid place to rest.¬†
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (Unclassified Chondrite)
    • Weight:¬† 17.6 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†310 mm x 190 mm x 215 mm
    • Additional Information: Mighty stone meteorite with prominent line showing where it landed and was partially buried in Earth's surface after it's mighty journey hurtling through space. The top side is covered with cooling cracks and some regmaglypts. A hefty show-stopper!¬†
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Iron,¬†IIAB
    • Approximate Weight:¬†2,960 grams
    • Dimensions:¬†185 x 136 x 46
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes.¬†Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
    • Additional Information: Handsome rarely seen Sikhote-Alin individual end cut, proudly displaying an attractive etch pattern. Complete with intriguing shape, a smattering of regmaglypts, and unusual "tail" visible from the front face. We lovingly refer to it as "The Cornucopia."
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight:¬†2,846 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†173 mm x 88 mm x 80 mm
    • Additional Information: Character abounds on this nearly 3 kilo Seymchan end cut. Mesmerizing Widmanst√§tten pattern on the interior cut face and plenty of swooping dips and ridges on the exterior. Speckled with a few olivine crystals. Marvelous!¬†
  • Bondoc 2,900g

    $2,900.00
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stony-Iron (Mesosiderite B-4)
    • Meteorite Weight:¬†2,900 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 166 mm x 155 mm x 67 mm
    • Additional Information: A significant large silicate specimen! This hefty silicate specimen is accompanied by an ASU card.¬†At some point in the original complete masses journey, the exterior was coated with a lacquer like substance to protect it. The fact that this large specimen clearly shows lacquer on one face tells us that is was part of the exterior of the original mass and it is possible that Nininger, or member of his team, applied it.¬†
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (CV3.2)
    • Weight: 293.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 78 mm x 54 mm x 50 mm¬† ¬† ¬†¬†
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Excellent large stone with fusion crust
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone, Eucrite-mmict
    • Meteorite Weight: 115.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 57 mm x 37 mm x 37 mm
    • Additional Information: Absolutely spectacular oriented whole stone. Flowlines literally flowing from every angle on its oriented face. Glossy black fusion crust and incredible shape. This is a true winner from the Notkin Collection.¬†
    • Meteorite Type: Martian, shergottite
    • Weight:¬†37.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†47 mm x 24 mm x 19 mm
    • Additional Information: Outstanding 100% fusion-crusted whole stone, with a chip that appears to have happened during its violent course to Earth, as it had time to also burn during its tumultuous flight through our atmosphere. This specimen has what appears to be modest orientation and flowlines. The absolute best-of-the-best, this incredible meteorite truly has it all!
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    Lunar | NWA 11303 74.6g

    $7,499.00 $6,999.00
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight:¬†74.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements:¬†85 mm x 49 mm x 28 mm
    • Additional Information: Found in the desert of Northwest Africa, this meteorite originated on the Moon making it extremely rare and highly collectible. The lunar specimen is a feldspathic breccia, with a conglomerate appearance, and a dull texture to the touch. This example weighs 74.6 grams and exhibits colors ranging from peachy to greenish-black. Additionally, the specimen comes with a .2 gram vial of "Moon Dust" that was collected when a similarly paired lunar meteorite was sawn.
    • Meteorite Type: Achondrite, diogenite
    • Weight:¬†239.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 147 mm x 99 mm x 15 mm
    • Additional Information: Superb end cut from Asteroid 4 Vesta
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Stone (L6 chondrite)
    • Weight:¬†222.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 246 mm x 216 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Found Kansas, 1950
    • Meteorite Type:¬†Lunar, gabbro
    • Weight:¬†29.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 110 mm x 69 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Purchased 2011, Morocco, Northwest Africa