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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 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. If you are new to collecting meteorites it will be helpful to read information on how to buy meteorites to help you with your purchase.  The Meteorite Exchange, Inc. has been offering meteorites for sale on our sites since 1996.

  

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Meteorite JewelryTOP Meteorite is a trusted source for rare and significant meteorites of exceptional quality. They also offer a unique selection of exquisite meteorite jewelry. TOP Meteorite is happy to assists with appraisals, institutional curation, acquisitions, specimen restoration, and private expeditions.

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Meteorite for SaleJim and Paul have been offering meteorites for sale on the Internet since 1996. They guarantee the authenticity of every specimen they sell and they only buy meteorites from select trusted sources . They update their catalog often and have a wide variety of meteorites to choose from in all price ranges.

Tektites for SaleThey also have a large variety of impactites and tektites for sale. Many of the tektite specimens are from the Darryl Futrell Collection of Tektites.

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  • Aba Panu Meteorite 5.9g

    Aba Panu L3 Meteorite Abu Panu is an L3 Chondrite and internally, Abu Panu meteorites are a gray color but may appear gray-green externally. Abundant chondrules are seen of all chondrule types. Many armored chondrules are also found. Few shock veins are seen in slices. Stones had little fusion crust which is confined to recesses in regmaglypts.Part Slice

  • Sericho Pallasite Meteorite 18.4g

    Sericho Pallasite MeteoriteThe Sericho pallasite meteorite was purchased in 2017 in Isiolo County, Kenya. These Sericho pallasite meteorite part and full slices are etched and display beautiful olivine crystals. The olivine crystals of Sericho are generally rounded and vary in color from gemmy green to orange. The metal-rich areas of the Sericho pallasite show well-developed Widmanstätten patterns.

  • Abadla 002 Meteorite 0.25g

    Abadla 002 CM2 Meteorite For Sale The chondrules and CAIs of Abadla 002 are set in a fine grained matrix. Most of the chondrules are porphyritic type 1. The matrix olivine is mostly fragmental and ferroan. The mean chondrule size is approximately 300 microns. Abadla 002 contains aluminous diopside, troilite, FeNi sulfide, and low Ni iron. Abadla 002 has a low shock stage and a low weathering grade. Some small CAIs are seen in the meteorite.

  • Tsarev Meteorite 5.4g

    Tsarev L5 Meteorite The Tsarev pieces we are offering are all polished in one area to show off the internal structure. Tsarev has a nearly black matrix with a normal amount of bright metal for an L type chondrite. Chondrules can be seen even with the dark matrix with the aid of a hand lens.

  • NWA 15662 LL3 Meteorite 14.2g

    Sikhote-Alin Iron Meteorites For SaleSikhote-Alin Shrapnel These pieces of torn and twisted nickel-iron metal were ripped apart by tremendous force when the comic body hit the Earth. They are called shrapnel fragments because they look very much like the twisted metal of a bomb explosion.

  • Dar el Kahal Meteorite 9.6g

    Dar el Kahal H5-6 Meteorite Dar el Kahal is an H5-6 chondrite. Dar el Kahal is a breccia of completely recrystallized type 6 and less recrystallized type 5 clasts. Defined chondrules are seen in the type 5 material. Dar el Kahal is strongly shocked. Considerable nickel-iron metal is visible in slices.

  • NWA 6694 Eucrite-pmict Meteorite 18.0g

    NWA 6694 Eucrite-pmict Meteorites For SaleNWA 6694 is a Polymict Eucrite which has large clasts of white, gray and black that are made of very fine grain material. Many of the pieces offered here have at least one edge with interesting brown eucrite fusion crust. This is a very visually interesting meteorite with its large clasts breccia structure.

  • NWA 400 Meteorite 17.1g

    Northwest Africa 400 MeteoriteNWA 400 is an H5 chondrite. Even weathered pieces retain significant nickel-iron metal sometimes in patches across slices. Most of the recovered pieces have a smooth exterior surface with no remaining fusion crust. Several hundred stones were recovered from the small 1km by ½ km strewnfield located 12 km from the oasis and village of Oum Rokba. Oum Rokba was the name originally given to the meteorites and it is an accepted synonym in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database.

  • Aiquile Meteorite 10.7g

    Aiquile H5 Meteorite Aiquile is an H group ordinary chondrite with abundant visible nickel-iron grains. The stones have a well developed black fusion crust. Aiquile is a type 5 stone based on its chondritic texture and most pieces show no brecciation. However many pieces do contain darker clasts with the same makeup as the rest of the stone. These darker patches can be seen in many of the pieces offered here. Aiquile is moderately shocked and received an S3 stage when classified. As a witnessed fall it is a W0 in weathering which is the stage for the specimens we have for sale which are from a stone found quickly after the fall. Some of the Aiquile stones show isolated small dark inclusions and melt pockets some of these features are also seen among our pieces. Approximately 50 kgs of material were recovered from the fall.

  • Sahara 99676 Meteorite 9.4g

    Sahara 99676 Meteorite L6This meteorite has some very interesting characteristics. It has areas that are compressed and contain black shock lines only a fraction of an inch away from areas with easily visible chondrules. Some of the larger flakes of metal are two-tone in color and appear to be both nickel iron and troilite. Some large chondrules 3/16th of an inch in diameter have been found during cutting. Some of these are not really armored but are surrounded by rings of scattered flakes of metal.

  • Oued Sfayat Meteorite 2.7g

    Chergach H5 Chondrite Meteorite For Sale This high metal chondrite was an observed fall in July 2007. This meteorite was found in Mali near the border with Algeria. This H5 type chondrite has a light grey matrix with a highly visible scattering of small metal grains throughout the stone.

  • Toluca Meteorite 16.4g

    Toluca Iron Meteorites For Sale Nice affordable slices Toluca iron meteorite from Mexico showing the classic features the Widmanstatten figure.

  • NWA 3250 Achondrite-prim Meteorite 1.19g

    Camel Donga Meteorite Eucrite-mmict Achondrite Meteorite For Sale Camel Donga Australia Found 1984 Achondrite (Eucrite-mmict) Found near Camel Donga, on the Nullarbor Plain of Western Australia in January of 1984 it is a beautiful meteorite. Typical of Eucrite Achondrites it has a shiny black fusion crust covered with thin flow lines. Specimens will often show signs of flight orientation in the form of lips of melted material around one end, Camel Donga is a Calcium-rich monomict Eucrite.

  • Nagjir 001 CV3 Meteorite 2.7g

    Abadla 002 CM2 Meteorite For Sale The chondrules and CAIs of Abadla 002 are set in a fine grained matrix. Most of the chondrules are porphyritic type 1. The matrix olivine is mostly fragmental and ferroan. The mean chondrule size is approximately 300 microns. Abadla 002 contains aluminous diopside, troilite, FeNi sulfide, and low Ni iron. Abadla 002 has a low shock stage and a low weathering grade. Some small CAIs are seen in the meteorite.

  • NWA 775 Meteorite 36.4g Part End Cut

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 775 Meteorite L6 NWA 775 is a very attractive meteorite with a ground mass that in some areas of the stone was very light and in other areas much darker. Yet even with a W3 weathering grade most of the meteorite still has its metal content. Scattered throughout the meteorite are inclusions of a cement colored material that has a very small grain size when viewed in thin section.

  • Bassikounou Meteorite 2.6g

    Bassikounou H5 Meteorite Bassikounou is a type H5 chondrite. The meteorite has abundant nickel-iron metal and rare copper which is found in both the metal and troilite. Some shock veins are found in Bassikounou stones. A beautiful black fusion crust is on all of our specimens. Windows have been polished into some which were broken, other specimens are complete or nearly complete.

  • Bechar 008 Howardite Meteorite 8.4g

    Sikhote-Alin Iron Meteorites For SaleSikhote-Alin Shrapnel These pieces of torn and twisted nickel-iron metal were ripped apart by tremendous force when the comic body hit the Earth. They are called shrapnel fragments because they look very much like the twisted metal of a bomb explosion.

  • NWA 12925 Meteorite 0.90g

    NWA 12925 CK5 Meteorite For Sale NWA 12925 consists of numerous texturally equilibrated chondrules, chromium-bearing magnetite and pentlandite. The olivine is nickel-bearing and the matrix is recrystallized with some fragmental plagioclase. NWA 12925 is a low shock and low weathering state meteorite. NWA 12925 is a friable meteorite.

  • Mundrabilla Meteorite 39.4g

    Mundrabilla Iron Meteorites For SaleThe original Mundrabilla find in Western, Australia was in 1911 with subsequent finds of both large masses of many tons and thousands of small knuckle size pieces. The recoveries continue to the present. The total weight of this fall is over 17 tons.Mundrabilla individuals are often very interestingly shaped and sculptured.

  • Grapevine Mesa Meteorite 0.08g

    Grapevine Mesa CBa Meteorite Grapevine Mesa stones have a rusty exterior with some remaining patches of fusion crust. Slices made from Grapevine Mesa show rounded to angular silicate inclusions accompanied by rounded to anhedral metal grains. The metal of Grapevine Mesa closely resembles the meteorite Bencubbin. Grapevine Mesa has been placed in the subgroup A (CBa) of the Bencubbin-like Carbonaceous Chondrites. Bencubbin-like Carbonaceous Chondrites are very expensive and these small fragments make this rare classification of meteorite much more affordable.

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