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 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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Top Meteorite

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.

Lunar MeteoritesTOP Meteorite is a science forward meteorite company founded by author, researcher, hunter, and educator Dustin Dickens. Dustin brings a strong scientific aptitude to TOP Meteorites’ approach to curation, focusing on martian and lunar meteorites, ungrouped achondrites, and primitive & carbonaceous chondrites. Dustin is continuing his education in meteoritics with a focus in geochemistry. TOP Meteorite offers institutional research discounts on all specimens.

 

The Meteorite Exchange, Inc.

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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  • Balambala Meteorite 14.7g

    Balambala Iron Meteorites For SaleThe Balambala iron meteorite has a low weathering state and a low shock stage. Etched surfaces of Balambala will often show rounded troilite inclusions, lath-like schreibersite inclusions in swathed kamacite. The bulk of the meteorite is composed of kamacite spindles in a matrix of taenite. The taenite is zoned to higher nickel adjacent to kamacite spindles. Balambala is a type IIF iron based on its high Ge/Ga ratio and high Co content and a fit with regression parameters. No heat alteration was observed in Balambala.

  • Dalgety Downs Meteorite 8.9g

    Dalgety Downs MeteoriteDalgety Downs is classified as an L4 chondrite and contains easily observed chondrules of many types. The stone is moderately shocked exhibiting mosaicism in the olivine grains and is a classic meteorite well represented in major collections worldwide.

  • Grapevine Mesa Meteorite 0.06g

    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.

  • Sahara 99676 Meteorite 5.1g

    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.

  • Tifariti 002 Lunar Meteorite 3.62g

    Sikhote-Alin Iron Meteorites For SaleThumbprints or regmaglyphs are 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.

  • Tatahouine Meteorite 0.48g

    Tatahouine Diogenite Achondrite Meteorite For SaleTatahouineTunisiaObserved Fall 1931Achondrite DiogeniteFollowing a tremendous explosion on June 27, 1931 a few pieces of this Achondritic Diogenite meteorite were found. In several phases of rediscoveries more pieces of meteorite have been recovered. Tatahouine is Olive Green with black veins up to 2 mm wide running through it. Tatahouine is one of the finest examples of the rare Diogenite classification of meteorites.

  • NWA 10401 Lunar Meteorite 2.59g

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 11474 Lunar MeteoriteNorthwest Africa (NWA) 11474 is classified as a lunar feldspathic breccia meteorite and was purchased from a Mauritanian meteorite dealer May 10, 2017.

  • Allende Meteorite 0.31g

    Allende Carbonaceous Chondrite MeteoriteEvery collection should have a representative specimen of Allende. Carbonaceous chondrites are believed to be one of the earliest forms of matter in space. Allende is rich in large chondrules and scattered through the matrix are irregular masses called Calcium Aluminum Inclusions or CAIs. Allende also contains microscopic diamonds that are among the oldest particles ever discovered.

  • Henbury Iron Meteorite 5.7g

    Henbury Iron Meteorites For SaleNice affordable iron meteorite specimen of Henbury from the Henbury Crater Field, Henbury, Northern Territory, Australia. Showing the classic reddish patina desert varnish on these hard to aquire specimens.Individual specimen.

  • Dhofar 1289 Meteorite 17.3g

    Dhofar 1289 L4 Meteorite  Dhofar 1289 is slightly shocked receiving an S2 state when classified. Little metal shows in cut slices. The meteorite has an attractive color and interesting features when prepared and polished. Chondrules are easily visible on slices and vary in size with occasional chondrules approaching 5mm in diameter.

  • Dhofar 1289 Meteorite 16.1g

    Dhofar 1289 L4 Meteorite  Dhofar 1289 is slightly shocked receiving an S2 state when classified. Little metal shows in cut slices. The meteorite has an attractive color and interesting features when prepared and polished. Chondrules are easily visible on slices and vary in size with occasional chondrules approaching 5mm in diameter.

  • Agoudal Meteorite 6.2g

    Agoudal Iron Meteorites For SaleNice affordable iron meteorite specimen of Agoudal meteorite from Imilchil, Morocco. Nicely sculptured individual specimens of this nickle rich iron meteorite.

  • Al Haggounia 001 Meteorite 17.4g

    Al Haggounia 001 Meteorites For SaleThe Al Haggounia 001 meteorite has been very altered during it time on Earth. It is however, quite attractive and some pieces recovered have developed a variety of colors rarely seen in meteorites. The meteorite has sparsely scattered radial pyroxene chondrules that retain well preserved shapes in some specimens.

  • NWA 12322 Meteorite 8.9g

    NWA 12322 CV3 Meteorite NWA 12322 is a very attractive meteorite abundant with colorful chondrules some of 2-3 mm size. Well-formed Granular and Barred Olivine are numerous. CAI's are found commonly throughout the meteorite. Some of the CAIs reach 4-5 mm in size. NWA 12322 has only a moderate weathering grade and just an S2 shock stage. The matrix is fine-grained and the chondrules show well. The slices and end pieces offered here have a bright polish on one side and a smooth backside.

  • Sikhote-Alin Meteorite 8.9g

    Sikhote-Alin Iron Meteorites For SaleThumbprints or regmaglyphs are 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.

  • Gadamis 004 Lunar Meteorite 1.87g

    Gadamis 004 Lunar MeteoriteGadamis 004 is classified as a Lunar Ferroan Anorthosite, cataclastic and has a texture similar to the Apollo 16 cataclastic Ferroan Anorthosites. Saw cut surfaces of Gadamis 004 reveal centimeter sized clasts of anorthsite bounded by darker fine grained cataclastic zones. Gadamis 004 is a breccia consisting of a 98-99% anorthitic plagioclase host with very small oilivine and proxene blebs. Larger pyroxene grains are sparse. Together the olivine and pyroxene make up only 1-2% of the meteorite.

  • NWA 10816 Meteorite 39.2g

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 10816 NWA 10816 is quite fresh with a weathering grade of W2 and it has almost all of its original metal which is little being a type LL. We have prepared both large and small slices of the meteorite with one side highly polished and the other side having a low polish. Part Slice

  • Sikhote-Alin Meteorite Shrapnel 22.6g

    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.

  • Djoua 001 Aubrite Meteorite 3.7g End Cut

    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.

  • Lunar Meteorite Moon Rock DB-9

    Moon Rock (Lunar Meteorite) Display Box Each display box contains a genuine specimen of lunar meteorite that has been classified and is listed in the Meteoritical Bulletin Database. Display box measures 1-1/4 inches x 2 inches

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