We have a good selection of Imilchil irons, ranging
from 12g - 200g. The exact date of this meteorite’s
discovery is unknown: it has been offered for sale
under the name Agoudal since around 2000: it was
recognised as an octahedrite in 2011 and renamed
after the small Moroccan mountain town of Imilchil.
From
£20
Medium-sized Campo del Cielos are in great demand:
they are virtually unobtainable at any price! We have
just negotiated a deal for a few with masses from 200g,
and when they arrive, this will represent a fabulous
opportunity to add a genuine quality meteorite to your
collection at an affordable price!
From £60
These beautiful Campo del Cielo irons look
terrific on display! Their
masses range from
750g to 1500g and, like all our Campos, are
well-marked and stable.
We have a consignment of larger individuals
on the way: first come, first served!
Contact us for details.
From
£300
Direct from our Egyptian supplier, we have
obtained a limited amount of the recently
discovered Gebel Kamil nickel-rich ungrouped
ataxite. Between February '09 and February '10,
a total of just over 1600 kg of this meteorite
was found in the East Uweinat Desert, Egypt:
demand has far outstripped supply, so when
it's gone, it's gone!
From £200

We have various specimens of the famous
Canyon Diablo IAB coarse octahedrite. This is
the meteorite that produced the Barringer Crater,
Arizona. We have lots of smaller specimens, which
are sent in an acrylic box with a descriptive label.
These lovely examples have masses of 150g and
230g: large Canyons are now very hard to source!

from
£25
We now have some beautiful crystal chunks
of the Campo del Cielo Argentinian iron with
masses between 15g and 20g. Prepared by
super-cooling and fracturing, these attractive
examples of this historic meteorite are shipped
in an acrylic display box with full details!
from £15

We've managed to restock with decent
pieces of the Nantan iron meteorite that
fell in Guangxi Province in 1516. Ranging
from 20g - 40g, these are really good value:
try and find genuine examples in the online
auction sites!

From
£20
These are larger fragments of the Sikhote-Alin
meteorite that fell in the Maritime Territory
of Russia, February 12th, 1947.
Classified as a coarse octahedrite IIB, Sikhote
is always available from 10g shrapnel to
hand-sized specimens. Phone for availability
from £5
Another Australian meteorite: the Mundrabilla IAB iron
was found on the Nullarbor Plain in 1911. We offer
inexpensive fragments in acrylic boxes.
£25
An ideal Christmas or Birthday gift! A fragment
of the Canyon Diablo meteorite, in a glazed
ash frame with a descriptive illustration.
£35
Another ideal gift! This time a superbly framed
fragment of the Nandan meteorite, with an illustration
of one of the largest masses still to be found in
China. Terrific value!
£35
A third ideal gift! Here we offer a shrapnel
fragment of the Sikhote-Alin meteorite, with
a representation of the fall in 1947.
Why not buy the set of three for just £90?
£35
How's this for a good deal? Decent-sized pieces of
Sikhote-Alin, Canyon Diablo and Nandan
presented
in an attractive A4-sized glazed ash frame: a perfect
gift for the person who has everything!
£75