Complete fish fossils from the British Isles are fairly rare. This specimen which has been exquisitely preserved on a squared block of marl slate, is a fine example. The detail of the scales and fins is very good and will make a great display piece or even drawer specimen.
Preserved in a small block of shaped chalk is this exceptional tooth. The tooth is a "harpoon" shape and comes from a large predatory fish which swam the warm cretaceous seas that existed at the time. An exceptional specimen, one for the collector!
This matrix free single fish vertebra is of quite exceptional preservation. The detail throughout this specimen is exceptional and must have been from quite a large fish. A great addition to any collection.