These are among our best sellers! Genuine
fragments of Lunar, Martian, Vestal meteorites,
each one presented in an acrylic display box
with a descriptive label on the underside!
Also available is a similar display containing
a good sized piece of Angrite, for which many
authorities suggest an origin on Mercury!
We have obtained a few larger lunar
meteorite samples: NWA 4881 & NWA 7986
These range from 55 - 60mg and are almost
big enough to take from the box and pass around!
Good value for a genuine piece of the Moon!
£70 each
NWA 6355 has been discovered on analysis
to be virtually identical to material brought
back from the Moon by the Apollo 16 astronauts.
We have framed displays containing samples in
the 2mm - 4mm range.
A great gift idea! We offer Martian meteorite
samples professionally framed with full details
of the meteorite's provenance!
As above, but with a sample of a Lunar meteorite.
Lunaites are extrordinarily rare, so your sample
will only be a small fragment: but it will come fully
guaranteed and provenanced!
This display contains examples of all three
Vestal meteorites: Howardite, Eucrite & Diogenite
These are scarce and expensive, so the framed samples
will be small fragments: but will come fully guaranteed
and provenanced!
Another great gift idea! We have assembled a
collection of four meteorite samples that are
thought to have originated on Mercury, Mars,
the Moon and Vesta, as well as a Carbonado
that some authorities believe may derive from
one of the outer gas giants!
These samples of nine different lunar meteorites
come to you in fully-labelled acrylic boxes, housed
in a glazed wooden case. Included is a laminated
data sheet. To collect a set like this would take
years and cost a small fortune: we've done the
hard work so you can enjoy owning this amazing
and scarce item!
Samples of nine different martian meteorites
presented as above in fully-labelled acrylic boxes,
housed in a glazed wooden case with a laminated
data sheet. This set contains small samples of both
Shergotty and Nakhla, as well as NWA 2737, an
extraordinarily rare chassignite!