Meteor P.23

Established 1982


Updated 6 October 2016

SIKHOTE-ALIN, Russia - Witnessed Fall

The meteorite shower of 12 February 1947, in the Maritime Province, Maritime Province, Siberia, Russia, is considered the largest single meteorite fall in historical times. Literally thousands of these specimens have appeared on the meteorite market during the past several years, and  Sikhote-Alin individuals are considered by most people to be the epitome of an iron meteorite. Sikhote-Alin is a Coarsest Octahedrite, IIB. Offered here are several examples (both individuals and shrapnel) of this fall. You will be quite pleased with the quality of these specimens.

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177.5 grams individual, good regmaglypts, $532.50
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76.2 grams block, 3 x 3 x 2 cm, $75.00
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69 grams, $517.50, natural hole, clean individual 
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206 grams, shrapnel, $155.00


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Here is the perfect item to accompany your Sikhote-Alin meteorite display, a set of 4 mint condition, unused, Russian stamps issued in 1957 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of that famous fall. This is the only set I have. Priced at $200.00, try to find them anywhere!