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Polished Ammonites
Death Assemblages
Shark Remains
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Click to enlarge   Name Procorallistes polymorphus (Rare)
  ref SP900
  Preserved in a large rectangular block of chalk is this stunning and rare example of this cretaceous chalk sponge. The sponge has been expertly prepared. Examples like this are very seldom seen for sale as most of them end up in museum collections. This is a particularly fine and extremely sought after specimen.
  Age Cretaceous, Campanian
  Size Size of Sponge 110mm x 75mm
  location Flamborough, Yorkshire, UK
  price £ 125.00
Click to enlarge   Name Ctenostreon cf proboscideum (J Sowerby)
  ref SP1070
  This lovely association also exhibits another Bivalve which is smooth (Neocrassina modiolaris)and an ammonite Garantiana garantiana). Multi assemblages such as this example are highly sought after by collectors. Quality fossils from this stretch of coastline are becoming scarse to find thesedays due to little erosion. The specimen is free-standing on its own matrix base and ready for display. Many hours of preparation have gone into this 167 million year old fossil.
  Age Jurassic, Inferior Oolite, Garantiana Zone
  Size Size of shell 96mm x 85mm
  location Burton Bradstock, Dorset, UK
  price £ 114.95
Click to enlarge   Name Teredo sp (Shipworm borings)
  ref SP1060
  This is a large and polished section through a piece of Eocene fossil wood which has been attacked by hundreds of shipworms which have burrowed into the wood some 50 million years ago. A very interesting and a very good conversational specimen.
  Age Eocene, Abbey Wood Shell Bed
  Size Size of polished slice 160mm x 115mm
  location Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK
  price £ 32.50
Click to enlarge   Name Pseudopecten equivalvis
  ref SP1059
  The Frodingham Ironstone of Scunthorpe is world famous for its amazing ammonites. However, there are other faunas to be found which are often overlooked. This is a fine "Scallop" shell, which has hardly changed over millions of years. This is a great and aesthetic display specimen on a chunky piece of matrix.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias, Obtusum Zone
  Size Size of shell 80mm x 75mm
  location Scunthorpe, UK
  price £ 24.95
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