Stone Meteorites For Sale

Stony Meteorites is the largest group of meteorite types. As the name states they are composed of mostly mineral material. Along with the mineral most will have some nickel iron in the form of small grains of metal.  But, there are many other characteristics that vary from specimen to specimen so that there are now a host of subgroups in the stone meteorite family. Some have a tiny little bit of metal while others have much more. Thus the low metal L type stones and the H high metal type stones. Some meteorites have been heated so much in their journey through the eons that they are recrystallized and nothing original remains. Others have lived quiet and peaceful lives in space and are pristine with internal structures nearly unchanged since their formation. Our catalog offers a wide selection of stone meteorites to satisfy the tastes of both the seasoned collector and the new collector.

  

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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.

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  • 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.

  • NWA 1109 Meteorite 7.0g

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 1109 Achondrite meteorites are meteorites without the round chondrule structures. Eucrites are one of the many types of achondrites. Thought to form on larger bodies in space where the rocks can differientiate they have more igneous type compositions. When a meteorite is made up of angular bits of rock it is called a breccia. If it is made of bits from several sources it is called a polymict breccia. This stone is a polymict eucrite breccia. It has not free metal, but is rich in light and dark mineral clasts with a beautiful honey color matrix.

  • Thuathe Meteorite 6.6g

    Thuathe H4/5 Meteorite  The black fusion crusted Thuathe stones have a light gray interior with abundant grains of metal showing scattered across a cut surface.Some specimens have dark shock veins and show a brecciated interior structure. Rounded inclusion are seen along with chondrules that are easily visible.

  • Tiglit Meteorite 0.35g

    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.

  • NWA 14743 Meteorite 12.8g

    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 12932 Meteorite 10.6g

    NWA 12932 Eucrite Meteorites For SaleNWA 12932 is an unbrecciated eucrite meteorite. 2.9 kilograms of NWA 12932 were found in Mauritania in 2016, The meteorite was found with fusion crust. Saw cut surfaces of NWA 12932 display a light colored, fine-grained mixture of plagioclase and pyroxene grains. NWA 12932 has an ophitic texture with 60% pyroxene and 35% plagioclase. Minor amounts of silica and troilite are seen. NWA 12932 is a moderately shocked meteorite which was found with a low amount of weathering. The full classification of NWA 12932 is a Basaltic Eucrite, equilibrated, unbrecciated.

  • Al Haggounia 001 Meteorite 12.1g

    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 13758 Meteorite 5.9g

    NWA 13758 R3 Meteorite  NWA 13758 has a dark exterior which has been scoured by sandblasting. A brecciated structure is seen in these meteorites which shows two distinct lithologies one gray and the other brownish-orange. Abundant chondrules can be seen in NWA 13758. As is typical of Rumuruti type meteorites no metal or oxidized iron was found in NWA 13758.

  • Tassédet 004 Meteorite 11.7g

    Tassédet 004 Meteorites For SaleThe generally rounded stones are dark grey in external appearance sometimes showing evidence of the melt areas inside. When cut the meteorites has abundant grains of iron and often metal veins running through the stone. Batches of melt appear as shiny black areas with tiny round blebs of melted iron enclosed in the melt. The melt areas when present will sometimes flow and wind across the slice. This find of H impact melt meteorites is an uncommon event and offers a great chance for collectors to obtain a seldom seen meteorite type.

  • Jbilet Winselwan CM2 Meteorite 2.4g

    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.

  • NWA 8008 Meteorite 14.4g

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 8008 The NWA 8008 meteorite has been classified as a L4 meteorite and has many sharply defined chondrules. NWA 8008 is a meteorite that will provide plenty of visual enjoyment under a microscope or hand lens. Much of the metal in NWA 8008 is gone and it has received a W5 weathering grade.

  • Tirhert Eucrite Meteorite 0.67g

    NWA 12269 (Paired) Martian Meteorite For SaleNWA 12269 is an officially recognized meteorite and was classified in 2018 after a 1679 gram mass was purchased in Morocco. As is often the case other pieces of the same material from the same location are found. The pieces here exhibit the attractive grayish color and most have the dark crystal inclusions typical of this meteorite. The prepared slices have been smoothed to a low polish of 600 grit on one side and polished after even finer grinding to a high polish on the other side.

  • Aguas Zarcas CM2 Meteorite 0.03g

    Aguas Zarcas CM2 MeteoriteThe Aguas Zarcas meteorite is a CM2 carbonaceous chondrite. This is one of the most exciting meteorite types for science as they contain water and organic compounds left from the creation of the solar system. Aguas Zarcas has been classified also as an Anomalous CM-2 so it has some features that make it especially unusual. Aguas Zarcas stones have a black matrix with Calcium Aluminum Inclusions (CAIs) and chondrules. This is the largest fall of CM-2 meteorites in recent history and the research on it will continue for years perhaps decades to come. This is a meteorite that truly should be in every meteorite collection.

  • NWA 8384 Meteorite 3.1g

    Northwest Africa (NWA) 8384The NWA 8384 meteorite has been classified as a LL3 low iron metal, low iron in mineral form meteorite. This stone has visible metal as grains and as a type 3 it has chondrules that are still in very good shape having not been melted to any great degree.

  • NWA 13758 Meteorite 6.0g

    NWA 13758 R3 Meteorite  NWA 13758 has a dark exterior which has been scoured by sandblasting. A brecciated structure is seen in these meteorites which shows two distinct lithologies one gray and the other brownish-orange. Abundant chondrules can be seen in NWA 13758. As is typical of Rumuruti type meteorites no metal or oxidized iron was found in NWA 13758.

  • Aba Panu Meteorite 8.7g

    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

  • Tiglit Meteorite 0.17g

    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.

  • NWA 8743 Meteorite 3.4g

    NWA 8743 Eucrite-melt breccia Meteorites For SaleNWA 8743 is a breccia of coarse-grained gabbro fragments up to 6 x 3 cm in size accounting for one third of the composition. The balance of the breccia is composed of smaller fragments of fine-grained pyroxene-feldspar rocks. Small vesicles are scattered throughout the meteorite. The matrix of NWA 8743 is composed of pyroxene and feldspar needles forming a graphic intergrowth. The stone accepts a bright high polish as seen on the specimens offered here.

  • Al Haggounia 001 Meteorite 26.1g

    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.

  • Dhofar 1289 Meteorite 14.1g

    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.

  • Aguas Zarcas CM2 Meteorite 0.15g

    Aguas Zarcas CM2 MeteoriteThe Aguas Zarcas meteorite is a CM2 carbonaceous chondrite. This is one of the most exciting meteorite types for science as they contain water and organic compounds left from the creation of the solar system. Aguas Zarcas has been classified also as an Anomalous CM-2 so it has some features that make it especially unusual. Aguas Zarcas stones have a black matrix with Calcium Aluminum Inclusions (CAIs) and chondrules. This is the largest fall of CM-2 meteorites in recent history and the research on it will continue for years perhaps decades to come. This is a meteorite that truly should be in every meteorite collection.

  • Viñales Meteorite 5.9g

    Viñales L6 Meteorite The Viñales specimens we are selling all have the black exterior typical of fresh fall stones collected quickly. All of our Viñales meteorites have been highly polished. Many of the slices show the black shock veins.

  • 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 13325 Meteorite 12.7g

    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.

  • Nagjir 001 CV3 Meteorite 2.3g

    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 14370 Meteorite 5.9g

    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.

  • NWA 14370 Meteorite 9.2g

    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.

  • NWA 14743 Meteorite 11.2g

    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.

  • Viñales Meteorite 2.7g

    Viñales L6 Meteorite The Viñales specimens we are selling all have the black exterior typical of fresh fall stones collected quickly. All of our Viñales meteorites have been highly polished. Many of the slices show the black shock veins.

  • Aba Panu Meteorite 3.4g

    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

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