This is an exceptionally well preserved Plesiosaur tooth which was discovered in the world famous ironstone quarries of Scunthorpe. Sadly, the quarries are now closed and most have been filled in using landfill. The tooth is of exceptional quality and is very clean and would make a rare addition to any collection.
The brick pits around Peterborough are highly fossiliferous and many of the finest fossils from these brick pits can be seen in museums throughout the world. This is a small but very well preserved tip of an Acrodus fin spine. The spine ran up the side of the fin to keep it rigid whilst swimming. Great detail, lovely drawer specimen.
From the South coast of England comes this small but very well preserved Eagle Ray tooth palate. These palates were used to crush shellfish etc during feeding. A nice starter piece or one for the drawers.
P~reserved on a block of shelly limestone is this beautiful and rare Plesiosaur tooth. The Plesiosaur tooth has a lovely patina and the base of the crown has been preserved in bright golden pyrite which only adds extra aesthetics to this very nice specimen.