Michael Blood - Current Meteorite Catalog

REFRESH if here after Feb12, 2017

Private Collection Priced For Quick Sale:
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New Sale

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Bechar18.60g = $90-
(L5) Fall, 1998 Algeria

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Lamont 31.32g = $315.00
Messosiderite, found 1940 Lamont, KS
Note some rust on back side.

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Klameth Falls 88.6g = $1,500-SOLD
RARE (try to find it anywhere at any price.
Near cube with 5 polished and etched sides and one natural top.

(IIIF) Iron from Oregon

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Juancheng 51.1g = $300-
Hammer, Fell Feb 15, 1997 Nearly all stones were purchased by the Chinese public as "auspicious."
Top and bottom of specimen shown. About 97% FC

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Zag 24.9g = $125-
Rare H3-6, Blaine Reed Card included
FC top above and bottom broken shown on the bottom.

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HappyCanyon 6.999g = $175-
Howardite

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Mundrabilla 202.1gSOLD
Al Lang card included.

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El Bajroja Oasis 26.111g = $250
El Baharija Oais is weathered L-3-4 Condrite. Found 1992 in Libyan Desert, Egypt. I got it
Collector purchased it from E.T. who got it from Peter Jakes who did the initial classification.

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GoldBasin 135.0g = $135
Rare specimen from this locale as it shows black FC remaining - and is a whole stone.

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Saratov 328g = $650 SOLD
Fell Oct 6, 1918 in Russia

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Gascoyne Junction 148.5g = $500SOLD
Australia. TKW only about 10 Kg. Spectacular whole stone.

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Canyon Diablo Graphite Nodule 99.6g = $400
These nodules are very hard to come by - especially one with this equal distribution of metal/graphite.
Some rust, but easily restored using 1,200, 1,800 and 3,000 grit emory paper found in any hardware store.

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Haskell 18.61g = $75-SOLD
Excellent Partslice of this Haskell County, Texas specimen. Polished.

Card included from Mieralogical Research.

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Esquel 39.266g = $1000
Spectacular, thin (Huge surface to weight ratio) specimen.
The mild corrosion seen in the back (bottom) of the photo above is MUCH less obvious
and far more minimal than the photo made it appear. Specimen from Bob Haag.

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St. Michael 20.322g = 1,000-
Beatiful partslice with one FC edge, high polish on both sides.

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Marjalahti 28.6g = $2,000-
Exceptional example of this now nearly impossible to get Pallasite.
Above photo shows front and back with translucent light on top
and reflected light on the bottom.

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Miles 99g = $450- SOLD
Supurp Partslice with natural edge on top.
(IIE) iron

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Morasko 41.24g = $75-
(IIIC) Iron, Poland. Includes an ELKK card.
As pretty as this is in the photo above, it is even more spectacular in
person, with opal like flashes from the etched pattern.

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Coupertown 31g = $900-
Etched Endpiece. Exceptionally rare specimen from Tenn.

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Ocatillo 79.0g = $600- SOLD
Exceptionally rare CA iron.
Backside has some protective material painted over a spot the owner
feered would rust - what appears to be corrosion on the back is actually
a degrading of this "protective" material that could, no doubt, be removed
with alcohol or, at worst, acetone.

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La Creolla 9.7g = $75-SOLD
Argentina, Jan 6, 1985

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Neenach 15.6g = $200 SOLD
Rare 1948 L.A. CA find (L6) Polished all sides but top, which is natural.
Includes a card from an unidentified dealer.

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Noyan Bagdo 11.6g = $35-SOLD
1933 Mongolian Fall. Includes Al Lang Card.

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Nullarbor 002 11.3g = $60- SOLD
Half stone with polished face. Includes Excalibur card.

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Nullarbor 003 13.518g = $90-
Half stone with polished face. Includes Excalibur card.

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Boxhole Full Slice 600.3g = $900- SOLD

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Etter Full Slice 481.6g = $600-
Color/ tone is even, lighting in photo causes apparent uneveness

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Gujba 4.4g (with Meteorite Market Card in 3 x 4" Membrane Case) = $225- SOLD

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NWA 4569 (H4) Whole Slice 30.4g = $60-SOLD

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NWA 4411 (H6) Whole Slice 15.1g = $45-SOLD

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Waltman 6 Frags = $25-

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Dhofar 1180 (Lunar Feldspathic Breccia) Very Thin 48mg Slice (European Style Case) = $35- SOLD

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Bishopville Multiple Small Frags = $20-

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Albion (IVA) with Michael Cottingham Card 230mg = $25-

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NWA 2778 (H4) Whole Slice 12.7g = $20-SOLD

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NWA 4524 (L4) Whole Slice 15.6g = $25-
SOLD

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Sahara 97097 (LL6) Very Thin Slice 4.3g = $25-

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S-A Whole Specimen with 100% Black FC 446g = $950-SOLD

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S-A with Hole 37.2g = $175-

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S-A Shrapnel 52.1g = $75-

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Camel Donga Oriented with backside lipping 15.7g = $300- SOLD
This specimen is a gem.

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Murchison Oriented with back side lipping, 75-80% FC 13.5g = $1,350- SOLD
With Excalibur Card
(Note, card says 30% FC, but it is at least 75% FC)


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CapeYork Etched Slice 107.3g = $425- SOLD
Stunning Specimen

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Millbillillie Oriented with flow lines, lipping on the back, etc. 66.3g = $850- SOLD
Museum quality specimen

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Chiinga (Ataxite) Full Slice 90.7g = $135- SOLD
This will polish to a mirror surface. If you do not do such work, I can refer
you to a highly reliable finisher. This material is stunning when polished.

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Unnamed NWA whole stone (L3) 486g = $900-
You may want to slice this 1 LB+ puppy

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Cat Mountain 2_992g = $225- SOLD
Though there is no card with this specimen it is unmistakable and
all Cat Mountain material originates from Bob Haag who purchased
the single stone. Though not a witnessed fall, the finder jogged the
same trail the day before and it was not there, so the date of the fall
is known. Cat Mountain is the most valued of all the "Melts"

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Gao 59.60g = $85-

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Needles (IID) Etched Slice with 3/4 natural edge 52.7g = $750- SOLD
This is a rare California meteorite

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The Bilanga Diogenite fell on October 27th, 1999, Burkina Faso. TKW ~25 kilos?

Bilanga Frag #1 Lg. = $25-

Bilanga Frag #2 Sm. = $22.50

 

 

 

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AND STILL AVAILABLE: ( at Reduced Prices to Sell NOW)

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Davey "A" 18.3g = $55- NOW $50

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Davey "B" 5.8g(Hupe Label) = $17.50 NOW $15-

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Bruderheim 20.45g (Hupe Label)VERY dificult to get. Mike farmer has some at
$60/g for large fragmenst and $100/g for under 10g fragments. Here, now = $650-
NOW $585-
(a little more than 1/2 the price
for frags - only this is a nice slice)

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Juanita de Angeles 39.5g = $80- NOW $ 72-

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Northbranch 36.3g = $70- NOW $ 63-

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El Hammami 40g (Meteorite Exchange Label) = $120- NOW $ 108-

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Dawn "A" 3.8g (Hupe Label) = $10- SOLD

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Shergotty (Nams origin of the "S" in "SNC" - Hupe Label) 3mg = $150 NOW $135-SOLD

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Chassigny (Name origin of the "C" in "SNC") = $450- NOW $ 405-SOLD

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Governador Valadares (Exceptionally large frag) = $350- NOW $315-

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Zagami 3.4g (Perfect specimen for many very large thin sections) = $1,800- FIRM

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Udei Station 10.01g (Bethany Sciences Label) = $60- NOW $54- SOLD

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Queretaro (Mexico H4) 16.27g (Mineralogical Reseearch Co. Label_ = $80- SOLD

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Axtel 10.3g (Michael Casper Label) = $450- NOW $405-SOLD

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Waterville 1.95g (Washington Iron - Martin Horejsi Label) = $150- SOLD

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Guadalupe Y Calvo 682g (Hexahedrite, Three natural edges, mirror finish - slight flaw on side 2) = $3,500 NOW 3,150-
(best offer considered if no one buys outright.)

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Claxton (4 frags, total 1g - Hupe Label) = $300 NOW 270-

 

 

 

AND STILL AVAILABLE: ( at Reduced Prices to Sell NOW)

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Mount Taz 102.5g (Matt Morgan Card) L5 with Vugs = $400- NOW $360- NOW 315- SOLD

 

 


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Henbury 402.6g = $500- NOW $450- NOW $400- SOLD

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NanTan 1,101.3g = $1,100 NOW $1,000- NOW $900- NOW = $810-

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Ensisheim 1.1g = $575- NOW $500- NOW $425- SOLD

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Kainsas = $75- NOW $60 NOW $55-NOW $49.50

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Steinbach 3.5g = $350-
NOW $300- NOW $250-NOW $225-SOLD
Found: 1724 in Germany
Iron, IVA- anomalous (silica-rich orthopyroxenite, possibly LL chondrite related)

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CabezoDeMayo .033g = $60- NOW $50- NOW $40-NOW $36-

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NWA769 (Eucrite) 0.9g = WAS $20, NOW $16- NOW $10- NOW$8 (with additional purchase only)SOLD

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Monohans = $100- NOW $85- NOW $70-NOW $63-
March 22, 1998 in a couple of meteorites fell from the sky and landed in Monahans, Texas .
The larger piece landed not far from seven children playing basketball.
This meteorite was also very exceptional in that it had salt crystals in it.
It also marks the "comming out" into the meteorite community by Steve
Arnold (Recently of "Meteorite Men" TV show with Geoff Notkin).