Meteor P.7

Established 1982


Updated 26 July 2017

DOKACHI, Bangladesh - Witnessed Fall  


After the appearance of a fireball and detonations, a shower of stones fell on 22 October 1903 in several villages in Munshigan, Dacca, Bangladesh. Twenty four stones were recovered with a TKW of 3.84 kg, most of which is retained in Calcutta, India. Classified as an H5 chondrite, veined, Dokachi is very difficult to acquire. The specimen offered here weighs 0.716 grams and is priced at SOLD, considerably less than the previous owner paid for it. Dokachi, 0.716 gms.jpg (31488 bytes)

DRESDEN, Canada - Witnessed Fall  


Three stones fell on 11 June 1939 in Ontario, Canada. Only a small amount of this meteorite is available outside of Canada, most being held in Toronto and Ottawa. The partial slice offered here weighs 1.95 grams and is priced quite reasonably at $390.00. Dresden, 1.95 gms.jpg (33704 bytes)

EAGLE, Nebraska - Witnessed Fall


19.4 grams, $1420.00
A single stone fell on 1 October in Cass County, Nebraska, and was recovered the following spring. Eagle is classified as an Enstatite chondrite (EL6), low-iron subgroup, brecciated. The specimens offered here came from the Bob Haag collection. The 19.4 grams slice has the original Huss number (H478.13) on one edge. The other two slices were removed from the acquired larger slice to provide someone else the opportunity to acquire a less costly specimen.


4.1 grams, SOLD

5.9 grams, $430.00


EL HAMMAMI, Mauritania


In January 1997, several masses were sold under various names. The material actually originated from the base of the El Hammami mountains, Tiris Zemmour, Mauritania. Later, El Hammami was classified as an H5 chondrite with metal veins.  El Hammami, 4.20 gms.jpg (87994 bytes)
4.20 grams, $12.00
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3.62 grams, SOLD


On 19 January 1785 a mass of ~3 kg fell in Bayern, Germany, and was later classified as an H5 chondrite. Very little of this meteorite remains outside of a few museums and universities. The fragment shown here weighs 0.70 grams and is priced at SOLD and has impeccable provenance.

ESQUEL, Chubut, Argentina  

The Esquel meteorite was found before 1951 in the Futaleufu department, Chubut, Argentina. Classified as a stony-iron, Pallasite, main group, angular olivine shape, Esquel has become known as the "Queen of the Pallasites" due to the translucency of the olivine crystals and the ability to be used for jewelry. The partial slices offered here are beautifully prepared with a mirror polish and will grace any collection or piece of jewelry.

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16.9 grams, in 5 by 5 cm plastic box, SOLD
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3.674 grams, $128.60
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2.192 grams, SOLD
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3.130 grams, $109.55
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3.840 grams, $184.30
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3.032 grams, $145.50
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2.14 grams, $75.00
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2.754 grams, $96.40
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3.522 grams, $123.25
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3.032 grams, $106.10
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3.840 grams, $134.40
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11.8 grams, in 5 by 5 cm plastic box, $413.00