A well preserved and matrix free section from this marine crocodile. These crocodiles were amongst the main predators at the time. This particular specimen has some teeth preserved, unfortunately with no crowns, but this does not detract from this classic jaw section.
Brittlestar fossils are rarely preserved due to their fragile nature. This particular specimen has three of these Brittlestars preserved which indeed is a very rare occurrence. The matrix has been shaped to enhance the aesthetics of the overall specimen. A great addition to any collection from this world famous Brittlestar location.
This amazing large and excessively rare Crinoid is from the world famous Silurian reef outcrop of Wrens Nest, Dudley. These specimens were collected around the 1860's and this particular specimen was sold via the world famous London dealer of Bryce Murdo Wright, roughly around the same time to an American Philanthropist. This is the largest example, we believe, that has ever been offered for sale on the open market and would make an important addition to any collection. Full provenance of the specimen will be provided and extra large pictures can be seen in our Showcase Fossils section.