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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  • NWA 14729 Lunar Meteorite

    NWA 14729 lunar meteorite was purchased from a Moroccan dealer in 2021. The total recovered weight of this lunar meteorite is 2.3 kilograms.  NWA 14729 The post NWA 14729 Lunar Meteorite first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • 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. NWA The post NWA 1109 Meteorite first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • NWA 13366 Martian Peridotitic Shergottite

    NWA 13366 is an incredibly rare Martian meteorite. Only four Peridotitic Shergottites are recognized, and NWA 13366 is one of them! Shergottites contain 0-15% olivine, The post NWA 13366 Martian Peridotitic Shergottite first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • NWA 13974 Lunar Impact Melt Breccia

    NWA 13974 is a typical example of what one should expect to find while exploring on the near-side lunar surface in the vicinity of any The post NWA 13974 Lunar Impact Melt Breccia first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • NWA 12593 Moon Dust

    These Moon Dust display boxes contain genuine moon dust from the cutting of Lunar Meteorite NWA12593. The Moon Dust is securely preserved in a plastic The post NWA 12593 Moon Dust first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • Seymchan Siderite Meteorite For Sale

    We have a nice selction of Seymchan Siderite meteorite for sale with it’s very attractive etching. The Seymchan meteorite was found in 1967 in Magadanskaya The post Seymchan Siderite Meteorite For Sale first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • Allende Meteorites For Sale

    Vist our website to view our Allende meteorites for sale . Every collection should have a representative specimen of Allende. Carbonaceous chondrites are believed to The post Allende Meteorites For Sale first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • Seymchan Pallasite Meteorite

    Please visit our site to see our Seymchan meteorite for sale.  Seymchan was found in 1967 in Magadanskaya oblast’, Russia.  These part slices show the The post Seymchan Pallasite Meteorite first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • Meteorite Beads

    Our meteorite beads are handmade from the NWA 10816 stone meteorite and are a pretty milk chocolate color.  These beads make great authentic meteorite jewelry The post Meteorite Beads first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • NWA 12630: Lunar Feldspathic Breccia

    NWA 12630 is an absolutely spectacular Moon rock! It is also an unusual lunar breccia because most of the clasts it displays contain only a single mineral. The absence of multiple breccias within this breccia suggests it was ejected from deep in the surface regolith. With only the naked eye, more than a dozen 1-3mm The post NWA 12630: Lunar Feldspathic Breccia first appeared on Find Meteorites For Sale.

  • Sikhote-Alin Meteorite 6.7g

    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. $28.48

  • NWA 13788 Lunar Meteorite 13.54g

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 13788 Lunar MeteoriteNWA 13788 is an impact melt breccia with angular to subrounded mineral and lithic clasts set in a mostly glassy matrix of brown, flow banded, vesicular partly de-vitrified glass and fine grained crystalline impact melt. The lithic clasts in NWA 13788 are mostly anorthitic plagioclase with a smaller amount of olivine and pigeonite. As a melt stone it has a high shock state but it has a low weathering state.NWA 13788 is an attractive colorful meteorite which we have sliced and polished to a bright surface. NWA 13788 is one of only nine meteorites from the Moon that has the classification of Lunar Melt Breccia. $1726.00

  • Mundrabilla Shale 24.7g

    Mundrabilla Shale Over a long period of time a thick coating of hard altered iron material forms on iron meteorites as they weather on Earth. Eventually this layered material exfoliates off the mass and is found in the soil near the meteorite. Mundrabilla shale is somewhat distinctive from other iron shales because of the thinness of the layers seen in some pieces. Like other iron shales from meteorites found elsewhere on Earth tiny specks of shiny iron metal can sometimes be seen when the shale is cut or ground. Mundrabilla Shale is a layered weathering product of the Mundrabilla iron meteorite. $22.23

  • Mundrabilla Shale 22.6g

    Mundrabilla Shale Over a long period of time a thick coating of hard altered iron material forms on iron meteorites as they weather on Earth. Eventually this layered material exfoliates off the mass and is found in the soil near the meteorite. Mundrabilla shale is somewhat distinctive from other iron shales because of the thinness of the layers seen in some pieces. Like other iron shales from meteorites found elsewhere on Earth tiny specks of shiny iron metal can sometimes be seen when the shale is cut or ground. Mundrabilla Shale is a layered weathering product of the Mundrabilla iron meteorite. $20.34

  • Mundrabilla Shale 15.2g

    Mundrabilla Shale Over a long period of time a thick coating of hard altered iron material forms on iron meteorites as they weather on Earth. Eventually this layered material exfoliates off the mass and is found in the soil near the meteorite. Mundrabilla shale is somewhat distinctive from other iron shales because of the thinness of the layers seen in some pieces. Like other iron shales from meteorites found elsewhere on Earth tiny specks of shiny iron metal can sometimes be seen when the shale is cut or ground. Mundrabilla Shale is a layered weathering product of the Mundrabilla iron meteorite. $13.68

  • Mundrabilla Shale 13.6g

    Mundrabilla Shale Over a long period of time a thick coating of hard altered iron material forms on iron meteorites as they weather on Earth. Eventually this layered material exfoliates off the mass and is found in the soil near the meteorite. Mundrabilla shale is somewhat distinctive from other iron shales because of the thinness of the layers seen in some pieces. Like other iron shales from meteorites found elsewhere on Earth tiny specks of shiny iron metal can sometimes be seen when the shale is cut or ground. Mundrabilla Shale is a layered weathering product of the Mundrabilla iron meteorite. $12.24

  • Mundrabilla Shale 14.1g

    Mundrabilla Shale Over a long period of time a thick coating of hard altered iron material forms on iron meteorites as they weather on Earth. Eventually this layered material exfoliates off the mass and is found in the soil near the meteorite. Mundrabilla shale is somewhat distinctive from other iron shales because of the thinness of the layers seen in some pieces. Like other iron shales from meteorites found elsewhere on Earth tiny specks of shiny iron metal can sometimes be seen when the shale is cut or ground. Mundrabilla Shale is a layered weathering product of the Mundrabilla iron meteorite. $12.69

  • Mundrabilla Shale 11.3g

    Mundrabilla Shale Over a long period of time a thick coating of hard altered iron material forms on iron meteorites as they weather on Earth. Eventually this layered material exfoliates off the mass and is found in the soil near the meteorite. Mundrabilla shale is somewhat distinctive from other iron shales because of the thinness of the layers seen in some pieces. Like other iron shales from meteorites found elsewhere on Earth tiny specks of shiny iron metal can sometimes be seen when the shale is cut or ground. Mundrabilla Shale is a layered weathering product of the Mundrabilla iron meteorite. $10.17

  • Mundrabilla Shale 6.6g

    Mundrabilla Shale Over a long period of time a thick coating of hard altered iron material forms on iron meteorites as they weather on Earth. Eventually this layered material exfoliates off the mass and is found in the soil near the meteorite. Mundrabilla shale is somewhat distinctive from other iron shales because of the thinness of the layers seen in some pieces. Like other iron shales from meteorites found elsewhere on Earth tiny specks of shiny iron metal can sometimes be seen when the shale is cut or ground. Mundrabilla Shale is a layered weathering product of the Mundrabilla iron meteorite. $5.94

  • Mundrabilla Shale 6.7g

    Mundrabilla Shale Over a long period of time a thick coating of hard altered iron material forms on iron meteorites as they weather on Earth. Eventually this layered material exfoliates off the mass and is found in the soil near the meteorite. Mundrabilla shale is somewhat distinctive from other iron shales because of the thinness of the layers seen in some pieces. Like other iron shales from meteorites found elsewhere on Earth tiny specks of shiny iron metal can sometimes be seen when the shale is cut or ground. Mundrabilla Shale is a layered weathering product of the Mundrabilla iron meteorite. $6.03

  • Moldavite Tektite 5.5g (has chip)

    Moldavite TektiteMoldavites contain more silica than any other type of tektite which produces their green color. Bohemian moldavite types have a greater SiO2 content than the Moravian moldavite types. Bohemian moldavites are mostly variations of green from pale to a rich bottle green color. $130.90

  • Thailand Tektite 154.7g (has chip)

    Thailand Splash Form Indochinite Tektite From The Darryl Futrell Collection of Tektites $92.80

  • Muong Nong Tektite 980g

    Muong Nong Layered Tektite from the Darryl Futrell Collection of Tektites Numbered Individual $205.80

  • Bassikounou Meteorite 30.2g

    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. $203.85

  • Tatahouine Meteorite 1.0g Fragments In Glass Bottle

    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. Please note: The pictured Tatahouine bottle of fragments is 1 of 20 and is representative of the bottle you will receive.  $26.96

  • Jbilet Winselwan CM2 Meteorite 3.9g

    Jbilet Winselwan CM2 Carbonaceous MeteoriteThe Jbilet Winselwan meteorite is a carbonaceous chondrite of the CM2 type. This is a meteorite type that has been of great scientific interest for several decades and includes many famous meteorite names. As with most CM2 meteorites the stones are nearly black with scattered chondrules. Metal is found only rarely in these stones. Many pieces of Jbilet Winselwan have a fresh black fusion crust. $175.50

  • NWA 7676 Meteorite 8.2g

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 7676 For SaleNWA 7676 is a type LL3.5 chondrite which means that it has little free metal showing as metallic iron grains and it also is low in the iron contained in the minerals of the stone. The 3.5 indicates what is seen upon examination that the chondrules are distinct. They are also closely packed together. The meteorite is quite fresh and was classified with a W1 weathering stage meaning it has not changed much since landing. NWA 7676 has a light gray color mostly. The meteorite received a low shock stage of S2 indicating that it has not suffered too much banging around in its long life in space. $66.42

  • Aiquile Meteorite 33.0g

    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. $580.80

  • Aiquile Meteorite 17.6g

    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. $309.76

  • Aiquile Meteorite 12.9g

    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. $227.04

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