A really nice example with 21 solid calcite ammonites preserved. This multi-ammonite piece was discovered after temporary excavations several years ago. Marston Magna is an iconic Liassic fossil site, however fossils from here are extremely scarse and highly prized by collectors worldwide. A wonderful drawer specimen for the serious collector. Approximately 200 million years old.
This lovely display multi ammonite fossil exhibits 15 Promicroceras planicosta and 3 Asteroceras confusum. The larger of the Asteroceras (48mm) has been planed slightly down one side due to its preservation but a feature has been made out of it to keep the aesthetics. Quality multi ammonite pieces such as this are becoming increasingly scarse to collect from this world famous locality. Every ammonite has been preserved in solid calcite. The matrix has a flat base for upright display purposes and is approximately 200 million years old. A totally unique fossil for either the home or indeed office space.
This lovely ammonite has been preserved in solid calcite and has an immaculate centre. There is a slight distortion to the outer whorl but this does not distract from the overall quality. A nice drawer specimen for the collector. Approximately 180 million years old.
A high quality multi ammonite which contains a crushed and distored Asteroceras Blakei. All the ammonites bar one have been preserved in dark brown calcite, the other has been preserved in pale yellow. Ammonite clusters such as this specimen are highly sought after by collectors. One of the ammonites has a predation mark probably by either a Furo or Dapedium, two predatory fish around at this time. A lovely piece for the collector which is approximately 300 million years old.