A superb matrix free example which has been preserved in solid calcite with lovely sutures. Ammonites from this locality are highly collectable and ones of this quality are becoming increasingly difficult to collect due to most of the localities now being "no go" areas for collectors. A very nice addition for the collector of zonal ammonites. Approximately 180 million years old.
This classic and stunning Scottish fish is a very good representative of the Arthrodiriformes family. The head of this fish consists of bony plates which act as armour. These fish could grow up to approximately 40cm in length. This complete and rare specimen is beautifully preserved on a lovely piece of squared matix, and is a must for any serious collector. From an old collection.
This is quite a stunning, more or less complete, mammouth tooth from the well known Brown Bank of the North Sea. The patina on the tooth is magnificent, one of the finest we have seen. This specimen would grace any collection.