A fantastic example with an immaculate centre. Also alongside the large ammonite, lies a juvenile specimen which is a real aesthetic bonus. A beautiful drawer fossil for the collector. Approximately 195 million years old.
This uncommon little ammonite from Charmouth has strong ribbing and an immaculate centre. It was discovered in 2004 after rough seas. A lovely drawer specimen for the collector. Approximately 191 million years old.
This fine double is quite a rarity from this world famous locality. The largest ammonite has a beautiful and very clear chunk bitten out of it, probably by a predatory fish looking for an easy meal. The matrix has a cut and level base for display options. Both ammonites are preserved in solid, various shades of brown calcite and is approximately 205 million years old.
A stunning example of this incredibly scarse, three dimensional, lower lias ammonite. The ammonite has been preserved in solid light yellow calcite with some brown shell still remaining on the body chamber. The centre is immaculate. The ammonite lies on a small piece of matrix which has a cut base for display options. Antrim is the most westerly Lias outcrop in Europe and is approximately 208 million years old.