A lovely quality example of two Promicroceras on the same piece of stone which have been preserved in solid pale yellow calcite. A very nice drawer specimen for the collector which is approximately 200 million years old.
A rare example of a double Euagassiceras fossil which was discovered in 2012. In between the two ammonites lies a lovely negative of Arnioceras bodleyi which has small crystal growths in the living chamber which look magnificent under magnification. The matrix has a cut base for ease of display and is approximately 204 million years old.