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Updated  October 18, 2017

INTRODUCING METEORITES AND RELATED MINERALS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

The Denver Gem and Mineral ShowS are over. Next one:  Tucson!!
And it went well. My contribution: A display cas titled: "Worth More Than Gold".
Because, Yes, some meteorites are worth more than gold, and here are a few examples:

And one more thing: my case was deemed Best in Show for esthetics and educational content. I am rather  proud of that!



Top row, left to right: Almahata Sitta, Shergotty, Imilac, L'aigle, Ensisheim
Bottom row, left to right: Casas Grandes, Pasamonte, Tatahouine, Johnstown, NWA 8409, Murchison, Tucson

(Sorry, L'Aigle, Shergotty, Ensisheim, Casas Grandes, Murchison are now SOLD)

Yes, they are available!
And a few more new ones that I have just acquired. More very soon.

And a whole new bunch of thin-section on the "Thin-Sections" page, all from NWA 5000 with odd rivers of melt.

One new page: CONSIGNMENT, where you will find specimens I am temporarily selling for others. Right now:
Clifford from Colorado, and Twannberg, the newly rediscovered Swiss iron IIG

The link is on the top right corner of the bar above.

 
ALLENDE
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CV3.2
Fell during the night of February 8, 1969 near the village of Pueblito de Allende in Chihuahua, northern Mexico, as a rain of thousands of fragments, large and small.
Whole mass, mostly crusted, 379g.
please inquire
             
IMILAC
Pallasite
Many fragments have been found since 1822 in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile. Most fragments are tiny, just an iron skeleton without crystals. Few fragments are large enough to be cut.

End cut, heavily sculpted in the back, 487g.
   please inquire

 

Please click on the name below each picture to go directly to the page where this specimen is listed and
where you will find many others with similar classification, provenance.
 
AIQUILE Chondrite
Fell on November 20, 2016 in
the hills of central Bolivia
Currently being classified.

 
LEOVILLE, Rare and Unusual Carbonaceous Chondrite CV3
Plowed up in a field in Kansas
in 1961 or 1962. SOLD

 
ALMAHATA SITTA, rare conglomerate
of many types of meteorites
Discovered by a telescope in Arizona
before it even reached Earth.

 
MURCHISON, The most famous Carbonaceous, CM2. Contains Amino-Acids! Fell on September
28, 1969 in Australia SOLD

 
CASAS GRANDES, Medium
Octahedrite. Found by archaeologists
in an ancient Anazasi tomb in
Northern Mexico. 

 
NAKHLA, Martian, the original nakhlite, and the most famous.
  Fell on June 28, 1911 in Egypt. Spectacular on a thin-section
SOLD
 
MORRISTOWN Mesosiderite
with large iron nodules.
Found in 1887 in eastern
Tennessee. Rarely available.
SOLD
 
TWANNBERG Rare IIG iron
First discovered in 1984, more was
recently found in Switzerland
after years of intensive research

 
MAYO BELWA Aubrite.
Only one stone of 4.85kg fell in
the evening of August 3,1974
in eastern Nigeria. Rare!
SOLD
 
SIKHOTE-ALIN Coarsest Octah.
Fell on Feb. 12, 1947 north of
Vladivostok, Siberia, Russia.
The most famous of all irons!
SOLD
 
IVORY COAST TEKTITE
Rare natural glass found in northern
Ghana and eastern Ivory Coast.
Only a 100 specimens are known


 
BRENHAM Pallasite
Many masses have been found

since 1882 in southern Kansas, 
making it an affordable pallasite.


 
PARAGOULD Chondrite LL5
2 big stones fell on Feb.17, 1930
but rare because the largest is
in the Field Museum, Chicago.
 
NWA 2920 Chondrite LL3.5 found
the Sahara in 2005.
High magnification picture of a
Barred-olivine chondrule.

 
GEBEL KAMIL Ungrouped Iron
Found in Feb.2009 around an impact
crater in extreme south-Egypt as
thousands of shrapnel fragments.

 
SAO JOAO NEPOMUCENO, acquired in trade with the Museum of Rio de Janeiro. Rare, anomalous iron with inclusions.


 
TATAHOUINE The Green Diogenite

Fell on June 27, 1931 in Tunisia
Large fragments and dealer lots available. Just ask!

 
NWA4590 Rare Angrite

Only 213g was found in the Sahara in 2006. But bright, colorful
in a thin-section.

 
VOUILLE Chondrite L6

Historical Meteorite! Fell on May
13, 1831 in central France.
Rarely available to collectors.

 
CLIFFORD, Chondrite L6, found in
1962 in east.Colorado by a rancher
but only recognized as a meteorite
in 1997 by Gary Curtiss.


 
FUKANG Pallasite
One mass of over a ton was

found in north-west China in 2000
Has large, bright crystals.

 
DJEBEL in AZZENE Med. Octah.

Only one mass of 12.5kg  was
found in 1990 in central Algeria.
Clear, bright crystallization pattern.

 
LARNED Rare and unusual

Aubrite, classified as Anomalous
Found in 1977 on a farm in
Central Kansas.
SOLD
 
PAGE CITY Fine Octah. IVA

Only one mass of 13.63kg was
found in 1980 while plowing a field
in north-west Kansas.

 
NWA 4560 Chondrite LL3.2,

Small stone found in 2006 in the
Sahara. Shows well a variety of
chondrules on a thin-section.

  

ENJOY!!!  and do let me know if you have any questions.
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