The fossil fish from the Achanarras quarries of Scotland are world famous and highly sought after. This specimen is preserved on a rectangular shaped piece of flagstone and is a fine example. This would make a lovely drawer specimen.
Preserved on a block of chalk is this very nice fish vertebra with the neural processes present. This specimen has been carefully air abraded to reveal the fine detail. The colour contrast between the fossil and the chalk really makes it stand out. A great addition to any collection.
A very good and large section of fish jaw that has been exposed from a hard phosphatic nodule. Many teeth have been preserved from this large predatory fish that lived in the warm seas around London approximately 50 million years ago. A great drawer specimen.
Preserved in a hard phosphatic nodule is this superb three dimensional fish eye. These fish were large and predatory and lived in the seas around the London area some 50 million years ago. This is a superb and interesting piece that would make a good topic of conversation. Just imagine what this eye might have seen !!!