Meteor P.10a

Established 1982


Updated  8 February 2018

LEEDEY, Oklahoma - Witnessed Fall
The Leedey meteorite fell sometime in 1943 in Dewey County, Oklahoma, and was classified as an L6 chondrite. The two partial slices offered here are well prepared.
4.1 grams, SOLD

4.2 grams, SOLD

LICKING, Missouri

The Licking meteorite was found by Dan and James Goes on their property while hunting with a metal detector. Found just below the surface in a bank in June 2015, the stone weighed 8.068 kg and was later classified as an Iron, IVA, fine Octahedrite. Licking is the newest Missouri find and most of this meteorite ended up in museum repositories. My last partial slice weighs 57.8 grams and is priced at $575.00.

LOST CITY, Oklahoma - Witnessed Fall  

On the evening of 3 January 1970, this meteorite collided with Earth near Lost City, Cherokee County, Oklahoma. Lost City is classified as an H5 chondrite and is of significant historical importance as it is the only meteorite observed by the Prairie Photographic Network. My last specimen offered here weighs 0.91 grams, is priced at SOLD, and is well cut and polished. Lost City, 0.91 gms.jpg (29036 bytes)

 MARJALAHTI, Russia - Witnessed Fall

The Marjalahti meteorite fell in 1902 within Respublika Kareliya, Russia, and classified as a Stony-Iron, Pallasite, main group. Seldom available to the collector, this small piece weighs 0.42 grams and is quite reasonably priced SOLD