Meteor P.14

Established 1982


Updated 27 July 2013

SEGOWLIE, India - Witnessed Fall  SOLD


SERES, Greece - Witnessed Fall  SOLD


In 1967, two masses were found in a stream flowing into the Hekandue River, Magadan district, Russia. They were solid iron meteorite material, coarse octahedrite, IIE, ungrouped. More recently, meteorite hunters recovered additional masses; a few rare pieces contained olivine crystals. Therefore, Seymchan is an Iron/Pallasite. The specimens shown here contain  excellent gemmy olivine crystals similar to Esquel and Imilac, except darker in color. Seymchan has proven to be stable and provides another Pallasite location for the collector. All of these partial slices are mirror polished on one side and smooth on the opposite side. These partial slices were cut from my 950 gram thick slice and are absolutely stunning and not the typical run-of-the-mill Seymchan specimens. You will be more than satisfied!!!

Seymchan, 3,3 gms.jpg (43582 bytes)
3.3 grams, $39.60
Seymchan, 5.2 gms.jpg (55073 bytes)
5.2 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 6.2 gms.jpg (55311 bytes)
6.2 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 6.4 gms.jpg (58085 bytes)
6.4 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 7.5 gms.jpg (56816 bytes)
7.5 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 7.9 gms.jpg (304061 bytes)
7.9 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 8.2 gms.jpg (51445 bytes)
8.2 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 8.4 gms.jpg (69776 bytes)
8.4 grams, SOLD
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8.5 grams, $102.00
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9.0 grams, $108.00
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9.5 grams, $114.00
Seymchan, 11.9 gmd.jpg (65704 bytes)
11.9 grams, $142.80
Seymchan, 12.1 gms.jpg (65107 bytes)
12.1 grams, $145.20
Seymchan, 12.3 gms.jpg (74033 bytes)
12.3 grams, $147.60
Seymchan, 13.0 gms.jpg (70870 bytes)
13.0 grams, SOLD
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13.2 grams, $158.40
Seymchan, 15.4 gms.jpg (80196 bytes)
15.4 grams, SOLD
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15.5 grams, $186.00
Seymchan, 16.3 gms.jpg (81761 bytes)
16.3 grams, $195.60
Seymchan, 11.3 gms.jpg (91793 bytes)
11.3 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 11.7 gms.jpg (77311 bytes)
11.7 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 8.1 gms.jpg (58491 bytes)
8.1 grams, SOLD
Seymchan, 5.7 gms.jpg (57619 bytes)
5.7 grams, $68.40
Seymchan, 16.3 gms.jpg (81761 bytes)
16.3 grams, SOLD

SHERGOTTY, India - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

SHYTAL, Bangladesh - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

SIENA, Italy - Witnessed Fall  

After the appearance of a cloud and detonations, a shower of small stones fell on 16 June 1794 in Tuscany, Italy. Siena is classified as an LL5 chondrite, brecciated, and is one of the few meteorites retained from the 1700's. This 0.092 gram micro is priced at $90.00, which is considerably less than the owner originally paid for it. Siena, 0.092 gms.jpg (28154 bytes)

SIKHOTE-ALIN, Russia (See page 23)

SINDHRI, Pakistan - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

SIOUX COUNTY, Nebraska - Witnessed Fall   

Twenty stones fell on 8 August 1933 and were recovered. Sioux County fell in it's namesake county and is classified as an achondrite, monomict Eucrite, brecciated. Most of the meteorite is held in London and at ASU. Very little of this material has ever reached the collector market. The partial slice offered here has a bit of crust on one end; it has a weight of 1.29 grams, and is priced at $258.00. Sioux County, 1.29 gms.jpg (28419 bytes)


SLOBODKA, Russia - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

SOKO-BANJA, Yugoslavia - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

SONGYUAN, China - Witnessed Fall

Four stones were recovered shortly after falling in the countryside of Fuyu in Songyuan city, Jilin Province, on 15 August 1993. Songyuan is classified as an L6 chondrite. Most of this meteorite resides in the Fuyu Museum, Songyuan, China. Less than 1 kg of this material has been released from China.

Songyuan, 2.537 gms.jpg (27739 bytes)
2.537 grams, $38.00
Songyuan, 3.110 gms.jpg (35367 bytes)
3.110 grams, $46.65
Songyuan, 2.277 gms.jpg (28120 bytes)
 2.277 grams,  SOLD
Songyuan, 2.505 gms.jpg (27666 bytes)
2.505 grams, $37.55
Songyuan, 2.795 gms.jpg (27679 bytes)
2.795 grams,  SOLD
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 2.405 grams, $36.05


Three masses were found in 1931 near Springwater, 100 miles west of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Springwater is classified as a Stony-iron, Pallasite, ungrouped, rounded olivine shape. Even though not quite as translucent as some other Pallasites, it is nonetheless a very striking meteorite. These partial slices are from a thick slice I removed from my collection which was highly polished on one side and etched on the other; therefore, some slices have an etched surface while others have the more traditional polished surface. All are very nice specimens and will make attractive additions to most any meteorite collection.

Springwater, 2.543 gms.jpg (24011 bytes)
2.543 grams, polished $127.15, Farringtonite around olivine
Springwater, 4.950 gms.jpg (40475 bytes)
4.950 grams, $247.50, Farringtonite around olivine
Springwater, 4.567 gms.jpg (23849 bytes)
4.567 grams, polished, $228.35
Springwater, 2.343 gms.jpg (28563 bytes)
2.343 grams, $117.15, etched
Springwater, 1.553 gms.jpg (25979 bytes)
1.553 grams, etched, SOLD
Springwater, 2.436 gms.jpg (24404 bytes)
2.436 grams,  SOLD

STALLDALEN, Sweden - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

STRATHMORE, Scotland - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

SUCCESS, Arkansas - Witnessed Fall

One mass of ~3.5kg was seen to fall on 18 April 1924 in Clay County, Arkansas. Success is an L6 chondrite and essentially unavailable to collectors. Each of the specimens offered here come with a copy of Dr. Jim Schwade's label and a copy of the USNM label. There will be no more!

Success labels.jpg (834381 bytes)
Copy of each label will be included

Success, 1.052 gms.jpg (34598 bytes)
1.052 grams, $263.00
Success, 0.92 gms.jpg (28542 bytes)
0.92 grams, $230.00
Success, Ark, 0.736 gms.jpg (54692 bytes)
0.736 grams,  SOLD

SUIZHOU, China - Witnessed Fall SOLD

SULAGIRI, India - Witnessed Fall   

This meteorite fell on 12 September 2008 in Hosur Taluk, Krishnagiri district, Tamil Nada, India. Officially classified as an  LL6, and named Sulaguri, this new fall joins many other meteorites from India which are difficult to obtain. These fragments and slices were removed from three larger specimens that I obtained from a reputable European laboratory.

Sulagiri, 2.002 gms.jpg (32410 bytes)
2.002 grams, heavy crust, $30.00
Sulagiri, 2.596 gms.jpg (36331 bytes)
2.596 grams, $25.95
Sulagiri, 1.718 gms.jpg (22874 bytes)
1.718 grams, SOLD
Sulagiri, 1.348 gms.jpg (28186 bytes)
1.348 grams, SOLD
Sulagiri, 2.884 gms.jpg (26764 bytes)
2.884 grams, SOLD
Sulagiri, 1.960 gms.jpg (31762 bytes)
1.960 grams, SOLD
Sulagiri, 2.13 gms.jpg (26585 bytes)
2.13 grams, $21.30
Sulaigiri, 2.21 gms.jpg (28637 bytes)
2.21 grams, $21.20
Suligiri, 2.75 gms.jpg (28882 bytes)
2.75 gms, $27.50
Sulagiri, 2.17 gms.jpg (32228 bytes)
2.17 grams, $21.70
Sulagiri, 1.30 gms.jpg (28516 bytes)
1.3 grams, $13.00
Sulagiri, 2.90 gms.jpg (30615 bytes)
2.90 grams, $29.00

SUTTER'S MILL, California - Witnessed Fall

According to the Meteoritical Society Database, a bright daytime fireball moving east-to-west was seen on 22 April 2012 over California and Nevada. A loud sonic boom was heard over a wide region around Lake Tahoe and numerous small stones fell in and around Coloma, El Dorado County, California. This meteorite is classified as a Carbonaceous chondrite but the group has not been assigned as yet. The part slices offered here came from Steve Arnold of Meteorite Men and his cards will be furnished with each specimen. Prices have been quite high for this rare meteorite but the small amount of material available has been rapidly acquired by institutions and collectors alike.

Sutter's Mill, 0.188 gms.jpg (30679 bytes)
0.188 grams, SOLD
Sutter's Mill, 0.039 gms.jpg (33184 bytes)
0.039 grams, SOLD
Sutter's Mill, 0.164 gms.jpg (28387 bytes)
0.164 grams, SOLD
Sutter's Mill, 0.041 gms.jpg (9864 bytes)
0.041 grams, SOLD
Sutter's Mill, 0.019 gms.jpg (27175 bytes)
0.019 grams, SOLD
Sutter's Mill, 0.032 gms.jpg (15684 bytes)
0.032 grams, SOLD

SYLACAUGA, Alabama - Witnessed Fall

Two stones fell on 30 November 1954, in Talladega County, Alabama, landing about two miles apart. One stone fell through the roof of a house striking Mrs. Ann Hodges on the hip. Sylacauga is the only meteorite confirmed to have hit a human in modern history, an incredibly rare experience. The specimen offered here came from Mile High Meteorites, ex Jim Schwade collection (with reference to the Smithsonian). The well prepared partial slice offered here weighs 1.80 grams and is priced at a very reasonable $3000.00. Sylacauga, 1.80 gms.jpg (32540 bytes)