Prepared from a hard phosphatic nodule is this fish vertebra column consisting of nine vertbrae which are all articulated with some rib fragments. These nodules are notoriously difficult to prepare. A nice drawer specimen.
Preserved in a hard phosphatic nodule is this partial fish skull showing the underneath of the skull(throat). The detail throughout the specimen is very fine. Sheppey fossils are highly collected and this would make an ideal study specimen.
From an old collection comes this well preserved aesthetic and tactile specimen which was discovered on the moorland near Barnsley. The specimen shows the characteristic segmented stem of this Carboniferous giant horsetail. A lovely specimen.
An absolutely fantastic specimen which lies on a small chunk of Oolithic matrix. The ammonite was collected in 1983 from a temporary exposure and has been fully prepared. This type of Oolithic ammonite is very popular amongst collectors worldwide. The ammonite has an immaculate centre and strong ribbing throughout. Approximately 170 million years old.