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Updated  February 16, 2017

INTRODUCING METEORITES AND RELATED MINERALS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD


Welcome to my thoroughly updated website.
I hope that this new front page will help you find anything you might be looking for.
I picked up a bunch of interesting things in Tucson. Coming up soon.

One new page: CONSIGNMENT, where you will find specimens I am temporarily selling for others. Right now:
Clifford, and Twannberg, the newly rediscovered Swiss iron IIG.
The link is on the top right corner of the bar above.

Lots of revised prices too!

And Brand New!!!  TWANNBERG on the Consignment page.
And the Thin-section page has been re-done too!

 
KAROONDA
This meteorite fell in the evening of November 25, 1930 in southern Australia, east of the city of Adelaide. The fragments were found nearly a month later around and in a small crater about 2 feet across. The site is now marked by a monument.
The namesake for the Carbonaceous type K meteorites.
SOLD

 

             
SIKHOTE-ALIN
Famous Russian Octahedrite
Fell on February 12, 1947 north of Vladivostok, Siberia.
Thousands of fragments large and small have been found

This one is in as-found condition and comes from the
Vernadsky Institute in Moscow. About 5 kilos.
Was in Walter Zeitschel Collection
SOLD

  

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.
 
CLOVER SPRINGS Mesosiderite
Found in the hills of central Arizona
in1954, but only one small mass of
7.7 kilos. SOLD

 
TISHOMINGO, the Ataxite with
highest percentage of nickel
known: 32.5%. Found in 1965
in Oklahoma by a teenage hunter

 
TWANNBERG, rare IIG Iron
First discovered in 1984, more was
Recently found in Switzerland
after years of intensive research.

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

 
NWA 4590, Angrite
Rare type of achondrite.Found in the Sahara in 2006. Brilliant under a microscope and polarizing filters.

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

 
TUCSON, found in the hills
south of the city in 1850, used
as an anvil for many years.
Now in the Smithsonian Museum.

 
NWA 4540, Carbonaceous
chondrite. Bright barred olivine
chondrule as seen through a
microscope with polarized filters.

 
NORTON COUNTY, Aubrite.
Fell on February 18, 1948 in
Norton Co. Kansas. Most of it is
in the University of NM Museum.


 
BENCUBBIN, First of the
carbonaceous type CB chondrite
Was found in 1930 north-east of
Perth in Western Australia.

 
NAKHLA, Martian, the original nakhlite, and the most famous.
  Fell on June 28, 1911 in Egypt. Spectacular on a thin-section.

 
OCOTILLO, Octahedrite
Only one mass of 28.57kg
was found in 1990 east of San
Diego in Southern California
SOLD

 
HAPPY CANYON, Enstatite
Chondrite EL6/7, found in 1971
in Texas. Part slice with crust.

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


 
UDEI STATION,  Fell in January or
March 1927 in Nigeria, only one
mass recovered. Classified as a
rare silicated iron. SOLD

 
KISVARSANY, Chondrite L6
Fell on May 24, 1914 far
eastern Hungary. Only
15549g was recovered.


 
TATAHOUINE The Green Diogenite

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

 
IVORY COAST TEKTITE

Rare natural glass found in northern
Ghana and eastern Ivory Coast.
Only a 100 specimens are known


 
St MICHEL Chondrite L6

Fell on July 12, 1910 in Finland
Only 16.5 kg was recovered.
Unusual veined matrix.

 
PARK FOREST Fell on March 26,

2003 as a rain of stones on a south
suburb of Chicago. Fragment with
crust and both lithologies.

  

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