Collected in the 1970's is this fine and matrix free Ichthyosaur vertebra from the world famous Oxford Clay deposits of Peterborough. Sadly, vertebrate specimens are now becoming increasingly scarse from this location due to most of the pits closing down or being flooded.
From a Victorian collection, comes this three dimensional, classic Dudley Bug. The specimen is a typically worked piece probably prepared by the original quarrymen who quarried the limestone at the time. These specimens are increasingly becoming scarse and would make an ideal drawer specimen.