Tissint
Martian Shergottite
1,099 grams
SOLD

The Natural History Museum (formerly the British Museum of Natural History) acquired the large broken fragment from Backplate in February 2012.


Tissint
Martian, Olivine-Phyric Shergottite
1,282 grams
SOLD

The largest complete specimen from the historic 2011 Moroccan meteorite shower.

NWA 7397
Martian, Basaltic Shergottite
340.82 grams
SOLD

Found in 2012, this unpaired Martian basalt is magnesium rich, implying an origin that was deep within Mars.

NWA 7834
Lunar, Anorthositic Feldspathic Breccia
300.04 grams

This spectacular, large-format anorthositic feldspathic lunar breccia was found in the Sahara in 2013.

NWA 7397
Martian, Basaltic Shergottite
623.95 grams
SOLD

Found in 2012, this unpaired Martian basalt is magnesium rich, implying an origin that was deep within Mars. The reverse is blanketed in fusion crust, an artifact of the meteorite's fiery descent through Earth's atmosphere.

Tissint
Martian, Olivine-Phyric Shergottite
327 grams
SOLD

Featuring two fusion encrusted faces, this fragment connects directly to the 1,099 gram specimen at the Natural History Museum (London).

NWA 7834
Lunar, Anorthositic Feldspathic Breccia
360 grams

This spectacular, large-format anorthositic feldspathic lunar breccia was found in the Sahara in 2013.

NWA 7397
Martian, Basaltic Shergottite
738 grams

Found in 2012, this unpaired Martian basalt is magnesium rich, implying an origin that was deep within Mars. This specimen, paired with NWA 7397, is a complete individual, with one side partially covered in fusion crust.

NWA 7274
Lunar, Anorthositic Feldspathic Breccia
228.03 grams
SOLD

This unique (unpaired) lunar breccia was found in the Sahara in 2011.

NWA 7397
Martian, Basaltic Shergottite
0.2 to 35 grams

Found in 2012, this unpaired Martian basalt is magnesium rich, implying an origin that was deep within Mars.

NWA 7274
Lunar, Anorthositic Feldspathic Breccia
83.27 grams
SOLD

This unique (unpaired) lunar breccia was found in the Sahara in 2011.