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Click to enlarge   Name Diplomystus vectensis (Very Rare)
  ref FISH320
  These fish were very first discovered in Victorian times and very few have ever been sold on the open market due to their rarity. Preserved on a block of shale is this more or less complete fish which has good definition throughout. an extremely rare and sought after British fossil fish. One for the avid collector.
  Age Eocene, Headonian, Osborne Beds
  Size Length of fish 40mm
  location Ryde, Isle of Wight , UK
 
  price £ 57.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Mesacantus pusillus (V Rare)
  ref FISH512
  This is a more or less complete example of this very early and ancient shark fossil. The preservation is exceptional throughout especially its spines. The specimen is approximately 385 million years old and would make a perfect addition to any fish collection.
  Age Devonian, Old Red Sandstone
  Size Length of fish 27mm
  location Achanarras, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 175.00
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Osteolepis macrolepidotus (Rare Double)
  ref FISH511
  This is a superb split pair which consists of two of these classic Devonian Scottish fish. The smaller of the fish is more or less complete and the larger one is there but disappears under the body of the smaller fish. A very aesthetic and highly collectable fossil. Would make a great display item.
  Age Devonian, Old Red Stonestone, Sandwick Fish Beds
  Size Length of Fish 125mm & 125mm
  location Cruaday Hill Quarry, Orkney Isles
 
  price £ 285.00
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Pycnodus sp (Crushing teeth)
  ref FISH510
  This set of six teeth all belong to the same palate as they were all found together in a clump around 1971. The quarry is long gone now and so any specimens from here are very scares to obtain thesedays. These are from an old collection. This fish used to grind corals to extract polyps. A rare addition for the collector of lost classic sites.
  Age Cretaceous, Cenomanian, Lower Chalk
  Size Size of largest tooth 13mm
  location Wilmington Quarry, Willmington, Devon, UK
 
  price £ 64.95
   
 
 
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