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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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  • NWA 791 L6 Meteorite 678g Windowed Stone

    Northwest Africa 791 Meteorite L ChondriteThis meteorite has two different types of inclusions one of dark gray and one cement colored. They are generally rounded and vary greatly in size from a few millimeters to two or three centimeters. The cement colored inclusions are basically featureless masses. The matrix shows spotty discoloration from weathering and there are still some easy to see chondrules.

  • Djoua 001 Aubrite Meteorite 7.06g 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.

  • Mundrabilla Meteorite 39.2g

    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.

  • NWA 869 Meteorite 8.2g

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 869 MeteoriteIt is a brecciated stone with clasts of many different types incorporated into its makeup. The NWA 869 meteorite can contain large metal grains, troilite inclusions, giant chondrules, armored chondrules and almost anything else seen in stone meteorites. It is classified as an L3-6 since it has such a wide range of differing components.

  • Mundrabilla Meteorite 43.8g

    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.

  • 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 14370 Meteorite 6.7g

    NWA 14370 Eucrite Breccia Meteorites For SaleNWA 14370 has a low shock stage and though many of the stones had smooth abraded surfaces with no fusion crust remaining, other stones retained fusion crust in amounts from nearly complete coverage to approximately 50%. The meteorite has a low weathering state with little discoloration of the matrix. After much slicing only a single grain of iron metal was observed. Most of the cut surfaces display a rind of altered material approximately 1.5 mm thick below the fusion crust. The rind is easily noted on many slices when polished. NWA 14370 is an attractive brecciated eucrite with a fine grain texture surrounding coarse angular crystals and clasts.

  • Dalgety Downs Meteorite 2.3g

    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.

  • NWA 7454 Meteorite 1.7g

    NWA 7454 Carbonaceous Chondrite Meteorite Northwest Africa 7454 has abundant well-defined chondrules along with Calcium Aluminum Inclusions (CAIs) and Amoeboid Olivine Aggregates AOAs. The meteorite shows a shock level of S2 and a weathering state of W1. NWA 7454 is a very attractive meteorite with nice visible chondrules and other features. End Cut

  • NWA 13790 Winonaite Meteorite 12.6g 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.

  • Tiglit Meteorite 0.23g

    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.

  • Allende Meteorite 0.47g Fragment

    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.

  • NWA 3250 Achondrite-prim Meteorite 0.85g

    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.

  • Gadamis 004 Lunar Meteorite 8.12g

    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.

  • Henbury Iron Meteorite 5.5g

    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.

  • Chelyabinsk Meteorite 1g Lot

    Chelyabinsk Meteorite Display Boxes For Sale Find / Fall: Fall - February 15, 2013 Location: Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia Classification: LL5 Each display box contains 3 Chelyabinsk meteorites displayed in a black plastic glass top display box. These displays make wonderful gifts and come packed in a silver foil gift box. The 3 individual Chelyabinsk meteorites in each display will vary as each is a unique individual meteorite specimen and no two are alike. Display Box Dimensions: Outer Dimensions - 2 7/8" x 2 5/16 x 5/8" Inner Display Dimensions - 1 1/2" x 2" x .25"

  • UNWA Meteorite Slice 22.3g

    Unclassified UNWA Meteorite Slices For SaleAffordable slices of various unclassified chondrite meteorites from Northwest Africa with most showing chondrules and or flecks of metal.

  • NWA 13325 Meteorite 7.6g

    NWA 13325 Eucrite-br Meteorites For SaleNWA 13325 is a dramatic-looking eucrite. Its large and varied clasts make it a most interesting meteorite visually. It took a high polish and an attempt was made to cut the specimens so that when possible a mixture of different clasts would show.

  • Plateau du Tademait 008 Martian Meteorite 2.71g

    NWA 12262 Martian Meteorite For SaleNWA 12262 is a medium-grain, olivine-free shergottite. It displays a diabasic texture with some small glassy shock melt pockets. Though grain size may vary between the meteorites it has been suggested that NWA 12262 may be related to several other Martian meteorites which originated from one heterogeneous single meteoroid found at a single location. NWA 12262 has a brownish color with a hint of green remeniscent of olive-drab. Cut slices show a mixture of dark nearly black cystals and dark brown crystals. It is a fantastic meteorite. With only a few hundred pound total of Mars rocks on Earth NWA 12262 is a great opportunity to obtain a sample of the Red Planet.

  • NWA 14370 Meteorite 8.5g

    NWA 14370 Eucrite Breccia Meteorites For SaleNWA 14370 has a low shock stage and though many of the stones had smooth abraded surfaces with no fusion crust remaining, other stones retained fusion crust in amounts from nearly complete coverage to approximately 50%. The meteorite has a low weathering state with little discoloration of the matrix. After much slicing only a single grain of iron metal was observed. Most of the cut surfaces display a rind of altered material approximately 1.5 mm thick below the fusion crust. The rind is easily noted on many slices when polished. NWA 14370 is an attractive brecciated eucrite with a fine grain texture surrounding coarse angular crystals and clasts.

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