Meteorites For Sale
Our Meteorites For Sale page features meteorites, tektites, and other space related items for sale from meteorite dealers around the world. The meteorite listings below are from our Find Meteorites For Sale link at the top of the page. Each of the meteorite categories below show listings with links to the individual meteorite listing added by the dealer. Each meteorite listing may also have a direct link to the sales page on the dealers own website. The Meteorite Exchange Network of sites is brought to you by The Meteorite Exchange, Inc. which has been offering meteorites for sale on our sites since 1996.
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- NWA 4502 (CV3-4)
Carbonaceous chondrites are the most primitive meteorites, and CV chondrites illustrate the history of our solar system better than any other space rock. The calcium-aluminum inclusions (CAIs) seen in CV chondrites were the very first bits of matter to condense out of the solar nebula and even pre-date chondrules by 2-3 million years. The chondrules in CV meteorites formed over 100 million years before the accretion of differentiated bodies like Earth began.
NWA 4502 fell in an unknown Northwest Africa location and was purchased in Erfoud, Morocco. This weathered space rock contains countless chondrules 0.5mm to 1mm in diameter plus dozens of chondrules 1mm to 2mm in diameter. Also visible is a large 4mm calcium-aluminum inclusion (CAI). The external surface of this end piece displays essentially 100% fusion crust. (SR0166)
- Moon Rocks | Lunar Meteorites For SaleView our Moon Rock Lunar Meteorites for sale on our website. These quality lunar meteorite display boxes make nice additions to your meteorite collections as well as wonderful and unique gift items. Each display box contains a genuine specimen of Moon Meteorite.
- Mars Rocks – Mars MeteoritesWe still have a supply of Mars Rock Martian Meteorites for sale on our website.These quality martian meteorite display boxes make nice additions to your meteorite collections as well as wonderful and unique gift items. Each display box contains a genuine specimen of Mars Meteorite.
- Sikhote-Alin Meteorite From Russia
There has been a lot of Russian Meteor News since the meteor event on February 14, 2013. Two days and 66 years earlier on February 12, 1947 there was another major fall in Russia and you can visit our Sikhote-Alin Meteorites For Sale page to see our specimens for sale. Sikhote-Alin meteorites have thumbprints or regmaglyphs what make iron meteorites look so distinctive in museums. Sikhote Alin individuals have this characteristic in miniature and make impressive collection specimens. Naturally sculptured by their passage through the atmosphere these iron meteorites are real beauties.
- Millbillillie Meteorite For Sale
We just got in some very nice crusted specimens of Millbillillie meteorite.
- Odessa Meteorites For Sale
We have a limited supply of Odessa Meteorites for sale from the University of New Mexico and each come with the Universitie's specimen card. The Odessa meteorites are the coarse octahedrite type iron meteorite and often have a beautiful naturally sculptured form.
- Cocklebiddy Meteorite For Sale
We have a nice selection of Cocklebiddy Meteorites for sale in our eStore. This is an Australian meteorite with a unusually dark matrix with a scattering of nice bright metal grains.
- Taza Meteorite Slices (NWA 859)
We have a limited number of wonderfully prepared Taza Meteorite Slices for sale. The Taza meteorite was found in 2001 in Northwest Africa and is officially known as NWA 859. This meteorite is a nickel iron meteorite classified as a Plessitic Octahedrite, Ungrouped.
- D’Orbigny Meteorite For SaleWe have some very nice small specimens of D'Orbigny meteorite. From the Meteoritical Bulletin: A 16.55 kg stone, mostly covered with dark gray fusion crust, was found in a corn field after a farmer hit it with a plow.
- NWA 1109 Meteorite
We have some nice part slices of NWA 1109 meteorite for sale on our website. The NWA 1109 Meteorite is a polymict eucrite breccia. It has no free metal, but is rich in light and dark mineral clasts with a beautiful honey color matrix.
- Pallasovka Pallasite Meteorites For Sale
We have some nice slices of Pallasovka Pallasite Meteorite for sale. The Pallasovka meteorite was found as a single mass of 198 kilograms in 1990. Pallasovka is a member of the Pallasite group of meteorites. The meteorite was found 27.5 kilometers from the Russian town of Pallasovka These Pallasovka pallasite meteorite part slices are etched and display olivine crystals.
- Silkhote-Alin Meteorite Shrapnel
We have a nice supply of Sikhote-Alin Shrapnel For Sale. These pieces of torn and twisted nickel-iron metal were ripped apart by tremendous force when the comic body hit the Earth.
- Fukang Meteorites For Sale
We have some beautiful Fukang Meteorite for sale on our site. In the year 2000 a single large meteorite of slightly over one ton was recovered and classified as a pallasite. The Fukang Pallasite is nearly a half and half mixture of olivine crystals and nickel iron metal. The crystals of the Fukang meteorite are striking when viewed with backlighting. They are clear and have a wonderful color. The metal surrounding the crystals has been etched to make these specimens even more exquisite and will enhance any collection.
- Allende (CV3.2)
Allende (CV3.2) 19.6g Individual — Allende is one of the most primitive meteorites, and it illustrates the history of our solar system better than any other space rock. The calcium-aluminum inclusions (CAIs) seen in CV chondrites were the very first bits of matter to condense out of the solar nebula and even pre-date chondrules by 2-3 million years. The chondrules in Allende formed over 100 million years before the accretion of differentiated bodies like Earth began. This specimen displays all the important visible characteristics of Allende. There is an approximately 15mm x 15mm window into the interior of this stone, which reveals a large 4mm diameter CAI, plus dozens of chondrules with many displaying their spherical shape. The exterior of this individual shows over 50% fusion crust. (SR0103)
- NWA 2977 (Lunar Gabbro)
NWA 2977 (Lunar Gabbro) 0.8g Partial Slice — Laboratory analysis determined this space rock is an olivine-rich cumulate Gabbro. It is thought to be a large Gabbro clast that was part of a larger polymict regolith breccia before it fragmented into many separate pieces during its entry into the Earth's atmosphere. NWA 2977 is most likely a sample of lunar bedrock. This small piece of the Moon is a gorgeous sight with only the naked eye, but a hand lens or low power microscope will reveal a spectacular scene of yellowish green olivine crystals, grayish white pyroxene crystals, white plagioclase feldspar crystals, and veins of black impact shock glass. The view is absolutely breathtaking and a truly awesome experience! (SR0163)