Bavarian Meteorite Laboratory
Dieter Heinlein, Lilienstrasse 3, D 86156 Augsburg
Germany; Tel: 0821-443313, boli@meteorites.de

www.meteorites.de/sale.htm, updated on October 13, 2017

Authentic Meteorites, Tektites and Casts for Sale
Stony Meteorites:
 
*ALLENDE, Mexico. Fell 1969, Feb 8; CV3 chondrite, individual prices are listed:
16.4 g
  full slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 328 €
3.5 g
  part slice with large DARK inclusion ("matrix lump"): 105 €
3.1 g
  part slice with extra large,rimmed chondrule and CAIs: 56 €
2.9 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 44 €
2.2 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 33 €
2.0 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 30 €
1.8 g
  full slice with extra large chondrule and niceCAIs: 45 €
1.8 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 27 €
1.7 g
  full slice with extra large chondrule and small CAIs: 51€
1.7 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 26 €
1.5 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 23 €
1.4 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 21 €
1.2 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 18 €
1.1 g
  part slice with large CAI and interesting inclusions: 20 €
sold
1.1 g
  very thin full slice with CAI and very large chondrules: 22 €
1.0 g
  part slice with nice CAI and interesting inclusions: 15 €
 
*JUVINAS, Ardeche, Libonnes, Entraigues, France, Europe. Fell 1821, Jun 15; AEUC-M, Ca-rich, monomict eucrite (brecciated): 100 €/g
 
4.55 g
  cut fragment, brecciated
 
3.55 g
  brecciated part slice
 
3.25 g
  brecciated part slice
 
*KAROONDA, South Australia. Fell 1930, Nov 25; CK4 carbonaceous chondrite (the TYPE locality of the "K" carbonaceous chondrites)
0.734 g
  one solid internal fragment; 110 €
0.678 g
  one solid internal fragment; 100 €
0.470 g
  one solid internal fragment; 60 €
0.390 g
  one solid internal fragment; 50 €
0.286 g
  one solid internal fragment; 35 €
Iron Meteorites:
*SIKHOTE ALIN, Siberia, Russia. Fell 1947, Feb12; IIB, coarsest octahedrite; individual prices listed because of different qualities and flight markings
 
38.6 g
  individual with bluish-black fusion crust: 97 €
 
34.0 g
  individual with bluish-black fusion crust: 85 €
sold
23.5 g
  cleaned shrapnel (explosion fragment): 29 €
Casts of famous meteorite specimens:
High quality cast of the CLOPPENBURG stony meteorite, that was found and recognized in 2017. Cloppenburg is the 8th meteorite from Lower Saxony, Germany. This cast was built from the cut meteorite, weighing 117 g.
150 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast  
High quality cast of the *STUBENBERG stony meteorite, that fell on March 6, 2016 in Lower Bavaria, Germany. This meteorite (which is the largest piece of this meteorite fall) weighing 1320 g was found on April 1, 2016 after the precise prediction of the strewn field by photographic records and the calculation of its heliocentric orbit.
190 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast  
High quality cast of the *PRAMBACHKIRCHEN stony meteorite, that fell on November 5, 1932 in Upper Austria, Germany. This cast was built from the flight oriented individual meteorite, weighing 2125 g.
210 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast  
High quality cast of the MACHTENSTEIN stony meteorite, that was found in 1956 and recognized in 2014. Machtenstein is the 6th meteorite from Bavaria, Germany. This cast was built from the cut meteorite, weighing 1378 g.
200 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast  
High quality cast of the MACHTENSTEIN stony meteorite, that was found in 1956 and recognized in 2014. Machtenstein is the 6th meteorite from Bavaria, Germany. The cast was built from the rough meteorite, weighing 1422 g.
200 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast  
High quality cast of the *MORAVKA stony meteorite, that fell on May 6, 2000 in the Czech Republic. From calibrated video records of the daytime fireball it was possible to determine the atmospheric trajectory and heliocentric orbit of the meteoroid. This cast was built from the meteorite fragment, weighing 212.4 g.
180 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast  
High quality cast of the *MORAVKA stony meteorite, that fell on May 6, 2000 in the Czech Republic. From calibrated video records of the daytime fireball it was possible to determine the atmospheric trajectory and heliocentric orbit of the meteoroid. This cast was built from the meteorite fragment, weighing 329.5 g.
190 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast  
High quality cast of the *JESENICE stony meteorite, that fell on April 9, 2009 in Slovenia. This meteorite fragment of 361 g (the second one of three pieces) was found on July 21, 2009. By reduction of photographic and video records, the atmospheric trajectory and heliocentric orbit of this meteorite was calculated.
150 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast  
High quality cast of the *NEUSCHWANSTEIN stony meteorite, that fell on April 6, 2002 close to the famous Neuschwanstein castle in Bavaria, Germany. This meteorite fragment of 1750 g was found on July 14, 2002 after the calculation of its orbit and prediction of the strewn field by photographic records.
150 €
  authenticly coloured ceramics cast