Meteorites For Sale
Welcome to our Meteorite Store. A meteorite is a space rock that passes through the atmosphere and lands on Earth. We have many meteorites for sale including Iron, Stone, Stony-Iron, Martian, and Lunar meteorites. We also have tektites, impactites as well as unique gifts, meteorite rings and jewelry. We have been selling meteorites on the internet since 1996 and we guarantee the authenticity of every stone we sell. Our catalog is updated frequently so please check back often. Thank you for visiting! Paul and Jim
Best Selling Meteorites & Tektites
Featured Meteorites, Tektites and Impactites
NWA 11788 Lunar Meteorite Display Boxes For Sale
Find / Fall: Found - 2017
The individual NWA 11788 lunar meteorite in each display will vary as each is a unique individual meteorite specimen and no two are alike.
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Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Commemorative Tile
This limited edition Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Commemorative Ceramic Tile commemorates the first landing of astronauts on the Moon on July 20, 1969.
A 3D image of an astronaut walking in a spacesuit and the footprint of Buzz Aldrin in the moon dust of the lunar surface are depicted on the tiles. The area of the footprint is glazed using dust from the NWA 11273 Lunar Meteorite as the sole coloring ingredient. The borders of the tiles are overglazed in 22k gold to symbolize the golden anniversary of this historic event when men first left Earth and walked on the Moon.
The tiles measure approximately 3.75 inches (95 mm) wide by 4 inches (100mm) high.
Mundrabilla Iron Meteorites For Sale
The 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.
Northwest Africa (NWA) 11474 Lunar Meteorite
Northwest Africa (NWA) 11474 is classified as a lunar feldspathic breccia meteorite and was purchased from a Mauritanian meteorite dealer May 10, 2017.
Fragment with polished window
NWA 12269 (Paired) Martian Meteorite For Sale
NWA 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
The 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.
Libyan Desert Glass is generally yellow in color. It can be very clear or it can be a milky, even bubbly light yellow. Some fragments have dark bands and swirls of brownish material. It is in these dark areas that some of the melted comic body is believed by some to be preserved. Libyan Desert Glass was used in ancient times as a gem stone for the Pharaohs and remains a highly prized impact glass for collectors today.
Moldavites contain more silica than any other type of tektite which produces their green color. Bohemian moldavite types have a greater SiO2 content than the Moravian moldavite types. Bohemian moldavites are mostly variations of green from pale to a rich bottle green color.
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