Meteor P.2

Established 1982


Updated 6 October 2016

AGOUDAL, Morocco 


Found in 2000near Meknes-Tafilalet, High Atlas Mountains, Morocco, Agoudal is classified as an Iron, IIAB.  Agoudal, 8.9 gms.jpg (49383 bytes)
8.9 grams, $18.00
Agoudal, 21.6 gms.jpg (57927 bytes)
21.6 grams, $54.00
Agoudal, 21.6 gms, cut.jpg (56550 bytes)
17.2 grams, SOLD

ALDAMA (b), Mexico

A single 66.5 grams stone was found by a rockhound near Aldama, Chihuahua, Mexico, in the summer of 1996. Aldama (b)  is  classified as an H5 chondrite. I had the opportunity to purchase a slice from the Hupe Brothers and cut it into macro specimens. Each of the slices is well polished; the fragment broke off the specimen I was cutting. Here is an opportunity to acquire a very low weight Mexican meteorite at a very reasonable price.


Aldama, 2.360 gms.jpg (28856 bytes)
2.360 grams, SOLD
Aldama, 1.108 gms.jpg (29710 bytes)
1.108 grams, SOLD
Aldama, 0.580 gms.jpg (29632 bytes)
Fragment, 0.580 grams, SOLD
Aldama, 1.762 gms.jpg (30328 bytes)
1.762 grams, $17.60
Aldama, 1.188 gms.jpg (29993 bytes)
1.188 grams, SOLD

ALFIANELLO, Italy - Witnessed Fall

An historic Italian fall from 16 February 1883, Alfianello is an Ordinary chondrite, L6. This meteorite fell near Brescia, Lombardy, Italy, and is not readily available to collectors. The attractive partial slices offered here were cut from a block of material which came from the Mineralogical Museum, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. The large slice was in my collection for several years; it originally came via Bob Haag from the Humboldt University.

Alfianello, 1.182 gms.jpg (30851 bytes)
1.182 grams, SOLD
Alfianello, 1.590 gms.jpg (38089 bytes)
1.59 grams, SOLD
Alfianello, 3.240 gms.jpg (30189 bytes)
3.24 grams, SOLD
Alfianello, 1.68 gms.jpg (29501 bytes)
 1.68 grams,  SOLD
Alfianello, 2.580 gms.jpg (30025 bytes)
2.58 grams, $129.00
Alfianello, 2.346 gms.jpg (33789 bytes)
2.346 grams, $117.30

ALLENDE, Mexico - Witnessed Fall   See Page 3

ATOKA, Oklahoma - Witnessed Fall  

The Atoka meteorite fell on 17 September 1945 in Atoka County, Oklahoma, and is seldom available to the collector. Classified as an L6 chondrite, this specimen was sold by Rob Elliott and is again available. It weighs 1.45 grams and is priced reasonably at SOLD Atoka, 1.45 gms.jpg (27250 bytes)

ATARRA, India - Witnessed Fall

On 23 December 1920, three stones fell at Turra village, 4 miles from Atarra railway station, Banda district, Manikpur, Uttar Pradesh, India, and were recovered. Less than 200 grams are shown outside India. Atarra is an L4 chondrite, black, veined, and is seldom seen in the meteorite marketplace. The specimen offered here weighs 0.46 grams and is reasonably priced at $200.00. All witnessed falls from India are difficult to obtain. Attarra, 0.46 gms.jpg (49524 bytes)