A superb example of this uncommon Oolithic ammonite. The specimen is matrix free and has an immaculate centre. This ammonite will make a very good aquasition for the collector. Approximately 168 million years old.
A fantastic and totally unique display piece which was discovered on the famous Black Ven area. Mary Anning used to patrol this exact location over 200 years ago looking for fossils. The main ammonite is wonderfully preserved with lots of colours, an immaculate centre and a complete mouth border. Next to the larger ammonite lies a Xipheroceras planicosta and a above is another Asteroceras which has been predated upon probably by a small Ichthyosaur or predatory fish. The matrix has a cut and level base for upright display. A very aesthetic piece of stone, approximately 200 million years old.
Again, another super multi-ammonite piece which is highly aesthetic. The ammonites have been preserved in solid calcite with immaculate centres and also a small piece of fossilised wood is preserved which adds to the overal aesthetics. Approximately 200 million years old, a unique piece for the collector.
A simply stunning example, painstakingly prepared by Andy Cowap. The ammonite has been preserved in solid calcite and has an immaculate centre. The matrix on which the ammonite lies has a level base for upright display. The specimen was discovered from a temporary exposure in 1979 and has remained unprepared until now. The ammonite's spines are wonderful. One for the serious collector of fine and rare ammonites from the UK. Approximately 173 million years old.