Any Ichthyosaur remains from the Cretaceous rocks of England are rare, especially from the Speeton Clay. This is a rare type of Ichthyosaur which was only described in 2012. This is a large and matrix free vertebra from this newly described marine reptile. One for the collector.
This is a rather large and very well preserved example of this classic echinoid. These echinoids are sometimes referred to as "Chudworth Buns" or "Pound Stones" and were used in Medieval times as weights for butter and cream. A really good drawer specimen.
This is a large and polished section through a piece of Eocene fossil wood which has been attacked by hundreds of shipworms which have burrowed into the wood some 50 million years ago. A very interesting and a very good conversational specimen.
Preserved on a generous sized piece of matrix is this lovely example of Kosmoceras. The specimen is from a temporary exposure therefore there will be no more of these coming onto the open market in the future. A good display specimen.