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We hold good stocks of NWA common chondrites: all grades, all sizes! Below are just a few examples.
Don't forget to click the button at the bottom for rarer types like carbonaceous chondrites and HEDs!

We have a good selection of stone L5, olivine
bronzite chondrites from the NWA 869 fall.
Ranging in size from 10g - 200g, these intriguing
meteorites often show carbonaceous inclusions
and brecciation. They have good crust, obvious
chondrules and often show regmaglypting.

These unclassified common chondrites
have plenty of crust and good shapes:
cutting might well reveal interesting or
unusual structure! Chunky individuals
from 150g - 500g available.


The perfect way to start a collection, hand
around the classroom or give as presents!
These weathered NWA chondrites are the
real article and are strongly attracted by a
magnet. They average around 50g - 100g

We have some large slices of unclassified NWAs.
This example, with a mass of 86.5g, shows a really
attractive pale matrix with numerous chondrules and
shock veins.

Polished slices of most other types available!
Dimmitt is a brecciated H3 chondrite, found
in Castro County, Texas. This strange stone
contains H5 and LL inclusions, as well as nano
diamonds! Our slices have masses of around
10g. We hold good stocks of polished slices of
a number of types and different falls / finds!