Lunar Meteorite NWA 12691
Photo credit: Christie’s
The football-sized lunar meteorite (NWA 12691) weighs in at over 30-pounds is the fifth largest that you can buy. It came from part of a large meteorite shower which fell near the Western Saharan, Algerian and Mauritanian borders, and is expected to net $2.5 million USD, which gives it a valuation of around $80,000 per pound. Read more for a video and additional information.



This meteorite is composed of rare lunar minerals and gases, some of which are still unknown on Earth, as it probably landed on our planet thousands of years ago after being ejected off the moon’s surface by the collision of an asteroid or comet.

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Lunar Meteorite NWA 12692

I’ve been lucky enough to handle a few lunar meteorites at Christie’s over the years, but every time I see this specimen in the warehouse the sheer size of it bowls me over,” said James Hyslop, Christie’s head of science and natural history.