A truly magnificent display fossil exhibiting apart from the ammonite, two Bivalves (Neocrassina modiolaris) and one Gastropod (Natica subelegans) plus other shell fragments. A moment in time captured and superbly prepared by Andy Cowap over many hours. Fossils of this calibre from this world famous Oolithic locality are extremely rare and highly sought after by collectors and interior designers alike. Approximately 167 million years ago all these animals were washed up together on the sea floor and then fossilised together. A really one off piece and totally unique !