Meteorites for collectors
Discover our selection of meteorites available online, including iron and lunar meteorites.
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RARE METEORITES AVAILABLE FOR COLLECTORS:
MAKE A METEORITE COLLECTION :
Meteorite collecting is a fascinating hobby, meteorites are both mythical and beautiful. How much is a meteorite worth ? Their rarity, size and beauty determine their value, the rarest meteorites can easily reach a worth above $1,000. On this page, you will find chinga ataxite meteorites, vinales meteorite, pallasites and many other scarce meteorites discovered all over the world by meteorite collectors.
A SELECTION OF RARE METEORITES :
On this page, we select rare and large meteorites currently available online. All kinds of rare meteorites, including gibeon meteorites or lunar meteorites. We also love the iron meteorites and we will also display some interesting Chelyabinsk meteorites. We source them from serious meteorite suppliers and meteorite collectors based in the USA, UK, Australia or Canada mainly.
HOW RARE ARE METEORITES ?
Meteorites are not so rare in reality but finding them is very difficult, that's why meteorites are very rare on the market. Especially lunar meteorites. Large meteorite are nearly impossible to find and you will see them mainly in Museums. Some areas like Morocco are good for meteorite hunting.
METEORITE VALUE : HOW MUCH DOES IT COST ?
Meteorite value depends of its size, weight, rarity, quality and metals inside. To give you some precise examples, a 45.68 gram Martian Shergottite Meteorite slice will be found above $2,000. A 1.06g NWA 10645 Martian crusted Nakhlite Meteorite slice will have a value around $550. If you are looking for a more common meteorite, a 595g slice of Kenyan Pallasite olive meteorite A5136 can be found around $150.
HOW TO GET A METEORITE HERE ?
Nothing easier, just click on the meteorite you like and we will redirect you towards the merchant site where you can get it. If you have any questions about meteorites, have a look to a meteorite association website.
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