Campo Del Cielo
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These specimens all come from Argentina and form part of the Campo meteorite fall that occurred between 4,000
and 6,000 years ago. Each of the following specimens is a complete individual varying in size from that of a golf ball
to larger than a tennis ball, making them nice display pieces. All these specimens are from the new, drier strewfield
and are more stable than their counterparts.
401 gram individual.

This specimen shows a nice ablation
void in the surface (see image on right).

A nice display piece................£35/$60
425 gram individual.

This specimen shows a nice ablation
void in the surface (see image on right).

A nice display piece................£40/$65
500 gram individual.

A nice half kilo display meteorite with
good black crust.

A nice display piece................£50/$80
561 gram individual.

A nice display meteorite with good
black crust.

A nice display piece................£50/$80
608 gram individual.

A nice display meteorite with good
black crust.

A nice display piece................£50/$80
627 gram individual.

A nice display meteorite with good
black crust and a strong ablation void in
one face (see right image).

A nice display piece................£65/$105
663 gram individual.

A nice flat display meteorite with good
black crust and a beautifully sculpted
front face (see right image)

A nice display piece................£65/$105
775 gram individual.

A nice large display meteorite with good
black crust.

A nice display piece................£65/$105
799 gram individual.

A nice display meteorite with good black
crust and a strong ablation void in one
face (see right image).

A nice display piece................£65/$105
813 gram individual.

A nice large display meteorite with good
black crust.

A nice display piece................£80/$130
870 gram individual.

A nice display meteorite with good black
crust and an ablation void in one face
(see right image).

A nice display piece................£80/$130
Meteorites and
Tektites
The following specimens are forms of meteorite impact glass formed as bedrock and
meteorite material was vapourised on impact and thrown into the atmosphere where it
condensed as globules of glass.
Tektites - Impact Glass
Indochinite - Thailand
These specimens are all from the vast east
Asian strew field and represent small fragments
(2 to 3 cm/ ~1 inch) in size. Each is black glass
showing the diagnostic surface pitting typical of
these tektites.

A collection of 5 specimens like those illustrated
(left) provide a good sample for most collections
and costs only £2/$3
Irgizites - Kazakhstan
These rare specimens of twisted and gnarled
impact glass are from the Zhamanshin Crater of
Kazakhstan. They can differ greatly in their form
compared to Indochinites but are of a very
similar black glass. Average size is 1 to 2 cm.

Individual specimens like those show £2/$3 each
Canyon Diablo Spheroids - £25/$35
These specimens all come from the famous Meteor Crater in Arizona and were collected by Nininger!
Dhofar 461 Lunar
Dhofar 461 Lunar meteorite - £15/$25

These small specimens come housed in a
2x2 inch glass fronted display case as
shown. Genuine small pieces of lunar
meteorite.
Chelyabinsk meteorite - £10/$15 each

These small specimens come housed in a
one inch gem jar and are from the famous
Russian meteorite that was caught on
camera. Similar to those shown
Agoudal meteorite - £6/$10 each
These are nice, complete iron meteorites
from the Sahara Desert. They are stable and
a good examples of the type. Average size of
those shown is 0.75 to 1 inch
Brisco meteorite - £10/$15 each
Rare examples of this meteorite discovered in
Texas. The specimens are cut very thinly so
you get great surface area. Shown in 1.5 inch
gem jars for scale.
Edmonson meteorite - £10/$15 each
Rare examples of this meteorite discovered in
Texas. The specimens are cut very thinly so
you get great surface area. Shown in 1.5 inch
gem jars for scale.
EL3 Fossil meteorite - £6/$10 each
Nice examples if this meteorite that has been
dubbed the Fossil meteorite. It has been
dated to ~30,000 years old and fell during
the Pleistocene. A rare EL3 group meteorite.
Sikhote-alin meteorite - £10/$15 each
Excellent examples of this meteorite that fell
in Russia in 1947. Average size ~1 inch.
NWa 2857 L5 meteorite - £4/$6 each
Good slices of this L5 meteorite that was
found in the Sahara Desert in 2004.
NWA 267 H4 meteorite - £3/$5 each
An ugly meteorite but also an early NWA
meteorite. Good, inexpensive specimens.
Gao Guenie meteorite - £10/$15 each
Very nice complete stones with black fusion
crust from this famous fall.
Rare Earth Element magnet - £3/$5 each
Strong (~27lbs pull) magnets used for testing
meteorites. They measure ~1 inch long you
can't believe how strong they are!
Muong Tong - Thailand
These specimens are much more porous than
the Indochinite tektites. They contain many more
gas vessicles and are similar to Irgizites.
Average size is 1 to 2 cm.

Individual specimens like those show £2/$3 each