This incredibly rare Lower Liassic ammonite is approximately 208 million years old and was collected in 1969! This is a highly restricted locality and collecting is forbidden nowadays. There are very few of these, the earliest of the ammonites to come out of this location, the rest being in Ulster Museum. The same ammonites appear on the Somerset coast as crushed irridescent ammonites. Where these ammonites were collected is the most westerly lias in Europe. One for the serious collector of rare ammonites!!
This uncommon ammonite is thin around the venter and has lots of ribs with an immaculate centre. Completely matrix free, this specimen will make an important aquisition for the collector. Approximately 180 million years old.
This wonderfully preserved ammonite from the Green ammonite beds of Charmouth wil make a lovely display piece in any collection. The ammonite has been preserved in solid calcite and lies in a half limestone nodule which also has a cut base for display purposes. Becheiceras are a scarse ammonite and highly collectable. This superb specimen was discovered in 2003 after huge waves battered the cliffs revealing the nodule. Approximately 190 million years old.