This lovely specimen is complete and has good detail throughout. Wrens Nest is a world classic Silurian fossil locality which is approximately 410 million years old. A very good study fossil for the collector.
A lovely example which was discovered in 1989 from this world famous Silurian locality. The detail is fine throughout especially under a hand lens. A very nice addition for the collector. Approximately 425 million years old.
This lovely example is a thin slice through a branch and within are and abundance of shipworm burrows. The slice has been ground gem smooth and a high polish applied to reveal all the detail within. Approximately 15 million years old.
Preserved matrix free, is this fine example of a Jurassic Bivalve. The specimen was collected many years ago from the brick pit at Blockley. Unfortunately, collecting from this location is now prohibited. A good drawer specimen.