The Isle of Wight is often referred to as "The DinosaurIsle" due to its abundant dinosaur remains, which have been collected there for the last couple of centuries. This is a small and almost perfectly preserved vertebra, probably from an infant/juvenile Iguanadon. The vertebra has excellent detail and has no worn faces. A stunning example!
Dinosaur remains are probably the most collectable of all fossils and this is a stunning, matrix free vertebra from a medium sized herbevore, Valdosaurus. Specimens of this quality are rarely seen for sale as they are notoriously difficult to prepare from their surrounding matrix.