If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you may return it within a thirty-day (30-day) period after you receive it for a full refund of the cost of the product (less our actual cost of shipping it to you) provided that it is received by us undamaged.
All of our meteorites are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and as described. Each meteorite comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. I.M.C.A. Member #3466.
Free Shipping in U.S. for orders over $100:
We will ship your meteorite by First Class or Priority Mail to addresses in the U.S. at no cost to you for orders over $100. Orders less than $100 will ship for a flat fee of $6.00 for U.S. destinations and $30.00 USD to Canada. If you exercise your return privilege (as above), our actual cost of postage and insurance (if any) will be deducted from your refund. Priority Mail currently ranges from $6 to $18 in the U.S., depending on the size of the item. Insurance is about 2% of the value of the item, although not all items are sent insured. International orders (other than to Canada) are charged actual cost of shipping, currently $33.00 plus insurance. Insurance, Customs and Duties fees are the responsibility of buyer.
Aluminum specimen labels giving information about the source, place, and date of the fall, and the weight of the specimen, will be included with every meteorite purchase. Display stands are available at $12.95 for acrylic and $17.95 for wood. Click link for Display Stands on navigation bar for photos of stands.
Lifetime Trade-in Guarantee:
If you choose to upgrade at any time in the future, we will accept your initial purchase at full value (i.e., what you paid for it) as a trade-in. This assumes that it is returned in the same condition that it was sent to you.
Please let us know if you have any questions about our meteorites or if you would like to have additional information.
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Our goal is to represent these meteorites as accurately as possible in terms of color, features, size, etc.
All still photos were taken with a Sony SLT A-77 II set at three (3) megapixels, and using the “macro” setting. Raw photos were cropped, and the contrast was increased as necessary for the sole purpose of improving visibility of features and definition of details of the meteorites (especially with close-up photos). No other digital enhancements were made. All photos were shot indoors under full spectrum (natural) lighting to keep colors true and accurate. Every effort has been made to represent our meteorites as accurately as possible.