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pena blanca spring aubrite
PENA BLANCA SPRING
Aubrite
Fell into a waterhole on a ranch in southern Texas
on August 2, 1946, and was promptly fished out by witnesses.

Has only had 3 owners, so far.
Large part slice with a crust. 103g.
MURCHISON
MURCHISON
Carbonaceous Chondrite CM2
Fell in Australia on Sept. 28, 1969

Complete crusted specimen, 134.85g
As far as I know, the largest specimen on the market.
SOLD

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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.

ALBION Fine Octahedrite
Found in 1986 in Washington
State, nice slice with one
 large clear vug. 50.0g
SOLD

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

BOUVANTE, Eucrite
Found in 1978 in the French
The Alps. A large chunk
with a crust of
a rare meteorite. 72.50g

BRAHIN, Pallasite
Found in 1810 in Belarus.
Two nice part slices to
choose from, 75g or 151g

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

AGUAS ZARCAS, Carbonaceous CM2
Brand new Fall in costa Rica
and rare classification.
Just a few available.

TWANNBERG Rare IIG iron
First discovered in 1984,
more was recently
found in Switzerland
after years of intensive research

TIESCHITZ, Chondrite H/L3.6
Fell in the Czech Republic
in 1878. Rarely see, lots of
chondrules part slice, 4.07g
SOLD

OROVILLE Medium Octah.
Found in 1893 in California
Survived the Great Earthquake
and Fire of 1906. Slice 171g
SOLD

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

BRENHAM Pallasite
Many masses have been found

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

ALLENDE Carbonaceous
Fell on Feb.8, 1969,
in Mexico
Must have for any collection.
Part end cut 116.3g.

GIBEON Fine Octah.
Found in Namibia, had been
known by the natives forever.
Unusual shape. Part slice, 74g

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

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.

GUJBA Bencubbinite
Fell in Nigeria in1984
one of the prettiest meteorite
Slice, 17.30g.
SOLD

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

GLORIETA MOUNTAIN Pallasite
Found near Santa Fe in

New Mexico since 1884.
Etched slice, bright crystals.

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

NEENACH  Chondrite L6
Found in 1948
near Los Angeles
California. Now at UCLA.
Full slice with crust, 74.7g
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.

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meteorites from all over the World. Selling only on the Internet and in Tucson, Ensisheim, and Denver Shows.

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