Meteor P.5

Established 1982


Updated 26 July 2013

CAMPO del CIELO, Argentina  

Offered here are Campo del Cielo meteorite pendants, hand picked by us for shape, weight and character. Each is ready to attach to a necklace and they make great gifts for kids as well as adults. Priced reasonably at $10.00 each or 3 for $25.00, let us choose one or more for you. These are light in weight so I can mail several for $3.00 in the USA or $4.00 outside the USA. Campo pendants.jpg (359320 bytes)

CAMPOS SALES, Brazil - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

CANON CITY, Colorado - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

CARANCAS, Peru - Witnessed Fall  


Late on the morning of 15 September 2007, after the appearance of a fireball and detonations, a meteorite struck the Earth near Carancas, Chucuito, Puno, Peru, and shattered. The crusted fragment offered here weighs 1.50 grams and is reasonably priced at $100.00. Carancas, 1.5 gms.jpg (30468 bytes)

CASTALIA, North Carolina - Witnessed Fall  


Several stones fell near Castalia, Nash County, North Carolina, on 14 May 1874 but only three were found. Most of this H5 chondrite, black, brecciated, xenolithic, meteorite is held in the Natural History Museum in Vienna, Austria. And, very little of this meteorite has been available to collectors. The specimen offered here weighs 3.80 grams and is priced at $570.00. Castalia, 3.80 gms.jpg (36334 bytes)

CERESETO, Italy - Witnessed Fall


After the appearance of a fireball and detonations, a single stone weighing 6.46 kg, fell on 17 July 1840 in Alessandria, Piemonte, Italy. Cereseto is classified as an H5 chondrite, black, brecciated, and is virtually unknown in the meteorite market. More than 5 kg reside in two museums. This is a  well prepared slice and will make a great addition to someone's meteorite collection.  Cereseto, 1.050 gms.jpg (33485 bytes)
1.050 grams, $210.00
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1.300 grams, crust on top edge, $260.00

CHADONG, China - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

CHANDAKAPUR, India - Witnessed Fall


On 6 June 1838, three stones fell in three villages in Buldhana, Maharrashtra, India, and were recovered. Classified as an L5 chondrite, Chandakapur is another of those elusive India meteorites seldom available to the collector. One fragment and two part slices are available from a larger specimen that I acquired. Chandakapur, 0.35 gms.jpg (23591 bytes)
0.35 grams, $56.00
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0.68 grams, $108.80
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0.74 grams, $118.40

CHAJARI, Argentina - Witnessed Fall

A single stone fell on 29 November 1933 in Mandisovi, Federacion department, Entre Rios area, Argentina, and was recovered. Classified as an L5 chondrite, less than 100 grams have departed Argentina. This is another seldom seen witnessed fall for the serious collector. The well prepared partial slices offered here are priced considerably less per gram than the few other specimens I have seen advertised.


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1.712 grams, $102.70
Chajari, 2.344 gms.jpg (25418 bytes)
2.344 grams, $140.60
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2.842 grams, $170.50
Chajari, 1.636 gms.jpg (25811 bytes)
1.636 grams, $98.15
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2.682 grams, $160.90
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3.976 grams, $238.55

CHANGXING, China - Witnessed Fall

Two stones fell on 17 October 1964 on Changxing Island, Shanghai, China, and were recovered. The main mass resides in the Natural History Museum in Shanghai. Very little of this meteorite has appeared outside China. The specimens offered here came from a trade with a European laboratory and a copy of their label will be included with each specimen. An uncommon and interesting location for the meteorite collector.


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0.744 grams, $96.70
Changxing, 2.348 gms.jpg (27634 bytes)
2.348 grams, crust, SOLD
Changxing, 1.394 gms.jpg (26369 bytes)
1.394 grams, crust, $202.10
Changxing, 0.260 gms.jpg (18248 bytes)
 0.260 grams,  SOLD
Changxing, 1.886 gms.jpg (24212 bytes)
1.886 grams, crust, $273.45
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1.606 grams, end cut, crust, $232.85

CHARSONVILLE, France - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

CHERGACH, Mali - Witnessed Fall

During the month of July, 2007, a brilliant fireball crossed the sky and numerous stones fell southwest of Mokhtar, Erg Chech, Timbuktu district, Mali. The date of the fall was either the 2nd or 3rd according to The Meteoritical Society documentation. Chergach is an attractive meteorite and is classified as an H5 chondrite.

Chergach, 4.570 grams.jpg (81372 bytes)
4.57 grams, crusted, $22.85, in 5 x 5 cm box
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5.50 grams, crusted, $27.50, in 5 x 5 cm box
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9.0 grams, crusted, SOLD
Chergach, 2.272 gms.jpg (28015 bytes)
2.272 grams, crust on upper edge, $11.35
Chergach, 2.472 gms.jpg (29912 bytes)
2.472 grams, crust on upper edge, $12.35
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    6.6 grams,      crusted,   SOLD
Chergach, 2.616 gms.jpg (27302 bytes)
2.616 grams, end cut, crust, $13.10
Chergach, 2.510 gms.jpg (30736 bytes)
2.510 grams, crust on upper edge, SOLD
Chergach, 3.186 gms.jpg (29103 bytes)
3.186 grams, crust on curved edge, $15.95
Chergach, 2.078 gms.jpg (24042 bytes)
2.078 grams, end cut, crust, $12.45
Chergach, 1.726 gms.jpg (22295 bytes)
1.726 grams, end cut, crust, SOLD
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2.234 grams, crust on curved edge, SOLD

CHEROKEE SPRINGS, South Carolina - Witnessed Fall

Two stones fell approximately 6.5 miles on 1 July 1933 near Cherokee Springs, Spartenburg County, South Carolina. Classified as an LL6 chondrite, less than 200 grams of this material resides outside the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D. C. The thin section came from NEMS and the partial slices were cut from a larger fragment which came from David New. Nearly impossible to obtain, these well cut specimens will become outstanding additions to most any meteorite collection.


Cherokee Spgs, 0.91 gms.jpg (32720 bytes)
0.91 grams, $425.00
Cherokee Spgs, 1.388 gms.jpg (31351 bytes)
1.388 grams, $590.00
Cherokee Spgs, 1.228 gms.jpg (32597 bytes)
1.228 grams, SOLD
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1.242 grams, SOLD
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0.902 grams, SOLD

CHITENAY, France - Witnessed Fall  


The Meteoritical Bulletin indicates that many people observed a fireball over France on 21 February 1978 and the next morning about 4 kg of fragments were collected from a lawn in 1'Ardoise, about 2 km southwest of Chitenay, Blois, Loir-et-Cher, France. Chitenay is classified as an L6 chondrite and only very small amounts of this meteorite have been offered for sale in the meteorite market. The main mass is in the collection of Alain Carion. The choice partial slice offered here is not parallel cut and the small fragment broke off the larger piece while in the plastic container. This is a nearly impossible location to obtain and  a wonderful addition to any collection. Chitenay, 0.022 gms.jpg (30444 bytes)
0.022 grams, SOLD
Chitenay, 1.930 gms.jpg (33491 bytes)
1.930 grams, $772.00

CLAXTON, Georgia - Witnessed Fall 

This meteorite has a great story. A single 1455 gram crusted stone slammed into a rural metal mailbox about 10 km SE of Claxton, Evans County, Georgia, on 10 December 1984. Claxton is classified as an L6 chondrite. The mailbox sold at auction in October 2007 for more than $82,000.00. And, a 5 gram slice of Claxton sold for more than $1400.00 per gram at the same auction. The specimens offered here are the lowest price of any source in the marketplace. Claxton, 3.18 gms.jpg (59911 bytes)
3.18 grams, crust on upper edge, $954.00
Claxton, 3.300 gms.jpg (32882 bytes)
3.300 grams, $990.00, crust on upper edge
Claxton, 0.99 gms.jpg (31585 bytes)
0.99 grams, crust on lower edge, $297.00

CRUMLIN, Ireland - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

COLBY, Wisconsin - Witnessed Fall


According to The Meteoritical Bulletin, after the appearance of a luminous meteor, and detonations, two stones fell on 4 July 1917 in Colby, Clark County, Wisconsin, and broke into pieces. Little of this L6 chondrite is available to the meteorite collector. The crusted fragment offered here was in my personal collection but has now been replaced by a larger specimen. It weighs 0.338 grams and is priced at $70.00, which is less than I paid for it originally. Colby, 0.338 gms.jpg (34056 bytes)

COLD BOKKEVELD, South Africa - Witnessed Fall  SOLD

COSINA, Mexico - Witnessed Fall


A single stone of 1.2 kg was seen to fall after detonations and the appearance of a fireball. This fall occurred in January, 1844, in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, Mexico. Cosina is classified as an H5 chondrite and is nearly impossible to acquire. Both partial slices are well prepared. Cosina, 0.672 gms.jpg (27318 bytes)
0.672 grams, $201.60
Cosina, 0.810 gms.jpg (26857 bytes)
0.810 grams, $243.00

CUMBERLAND FALLS, Kentucky - Witnessed Fall

Several stones fell after the appearance of a fireball and detonations on 9 April 1919 in Whitley County, Kentucky. Cumberland Falls is classified as an achondrite, Aubrite, brecciated, and contains unique type 3 chondritic clasts. The specimen offered here weighs 2.82 grams, is contained in a 5 by 5 cm lidded box, and came from Matt Morgan; however his label is missing. I can furnish a copy of the bill of sale with the specimen. The price is $465.00 which is less than the previous owner paid for it. Cumberland Falls, 2.82 gms.jpg (85858 bytes)

CYNTHIANA, Kentucky - Witnessed Fall 

After the appearance of a fireball and detonations, a single stone fell about 9 miles from Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky, on 23 January 1877, and was recovered. The meteorite was classified as an L/LL4 chondrite, with melt-rock clasts. Most of this meteorite is held in the Harvard University collection. This is a difficult location to obtain. The specimen offered here weighs 1.22 grams and is priced at a reasonable $250.00. Cynthiana, 1.22 gms.jpg (28166 bytes)