Our online science mall at sciencemall-usa.com is a geek gift store for the adult science enthusiast, science educator, and science researcher. Our mission is to provide science gifts, science educational products, meteorites, necklace, pendant, earrings, and fulgurite lightning sand jewelry. We also sell school geology rock and mineral specimens, rare mineral matrix specimens, pallasites, tektites, Libyan Desert Glass, fulgurite lightning sand, Lichtenberg figures, Titanic coal, school rock collections, manganese nodules, elements of the periodic table, fossils and legal historical artifacts. Rare earth rock specimens such as ancient life stromatolites (earth's earliest life), shatter cones, banded iron formation, Greenstone belt BIF banded iron formation, KT/boundary, K-Pg boundary, radioactive minerals, science art posters, prints, curio desk displays, science jewelry pendant necklace earrings, hand crafted artisan jewelry for KennedyCoJewelry, are also our specialty.
Periodic Table of the Elements Collection
We have an assortment of rare mineral specimens for collectors and periodic table of the elements enthusiasts. Our unique collection offers an assortment of mineral specimens that contain a range of elemental minerals from the periodic table and geological deposits. Our worldwide collection features minerals in matrix, rare mineral specimens, rare mineral matrix, rare metal ore, and display specimens from the Jensan Scientifics rocks and minerals collection. We have been selling rare and unique mineral matrix specimens to collectors, researchers, colleges, and universities - since 2002.
We also sell for a desk or wall display the wooden locking case World Minerals, Rocks and Gems Collection
which contains rocks, minerals and gems in one big collection. This is a great educator's guide that is both informative and colorful. It makes a distinctive addition to the classroom or the private collector's study.
If there is something you are trying to find that we do not have please let us know. We do have many mineral specimens, both rare and common, that are not yet listed or in our backroom inventory.
Last updated: November 4, 2019