Carefully prepared out of a squared block of chalk is this quite stunning and highly detailed fish jaw. The fish teeth are pristine and have been preserved in brown calcite which is a lovely colour contrast from the surrounding white matrix. Fossils like this are seldom found and are very prized by collectors of chalk fossils.
Collected in the 1980's is this very rare fish and wood combination from the Permian period. This is the first example we have seen with this combination preserved. The specimen is in a large plate with a flat back which could be easily mounted into a frame or just hung on the wall as it is. A snapshot of the Permian period !!!
Collected in the 1960's is this more or less complete stunning fish palate. The teeth are stunningly preserved in beautiful brown calcite and the colour contrast in the surrounding rock makes this very aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Specimens like this are seldom ever seen for sale and are snapped up by collectors.