A really good example of a juvenile Stephanoceras which has been fully prepared on an aesthetic piece of matrix which also has a flat base for upright display purposes. The ammonite has an immaculate centre. Approximately 170 million years old.
A beautifully preserved specimen with an immaculate centre. The specimen has been fully prepared and lies on a small piece of Oolithic matrix which also has a cut base for ease of display. Approximately 158 million years old.
A classic predation chunk taken out of a large Promicroceras either by a Dapedium or Furo, two predatory fish around at this time. A perfect match for their jaw sizes. Approximately 200 million years old.
This really beautifully preserved pyrite ammonite has a superb sharp keel all the way round, which is fairly rare to get this as the keel is so fragile and easily broken or chipped. A lovely drawer addition for the collector. Approximately 195 million years old.