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Click to enlarge   Name Temnodontosaurus platyodon (Massive specimen)
  ref VERT924
  Ths tooth root was shown to the vertebrate curators in the NHM in London in the early 1980's and they said it was one of the largest tooth roots they had ever seen!! The specimen itself was discovered in soft clay in 1967 and has amazing detail and colouration. Temnodontosaurus was the largest of the Ichthyosaurs, growing to lengths of around forty five feet long. Their eye sockets could grow up to 10.4" across. This particular specimen, if it had its crown, would have been around 5" long. A truly massive marine reptile which roamed the seas around 200 million years ago. One for the collector of one off Ichthyosaurus specimens.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias, Obtusum Zone
  Size Size of specimen 67mm x 45mm x 28mm
  location Church Cliffs, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK
 
  price £ 164.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Ursus deningeri (Large canine in jaw)
  ref VERT959
  From an old collection, comes this wonderful Cave Bear Canine which is firmly rooted into the jaw bone. The patina on the specimen is lovely and it is a very tactile piece. One for the collector of fine UK mammal teeth.
  Age Pleistocene, Cave deposit
  Size Length of canine 90mm
  location Westbury sub Mendip, Somerset, UK
 
  price £ 149.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Palaeoloxdon antiquus (Straight elephant tusk)
  ref VERT958
  This specimen was discovered in the early 1970's and was trawled up in the Solent, the stretch of water between Southampton and the Isle of Wight. This specimen Palaeoloxdon, is a straight tusked extinct elephant which lived some 50,000 years ago. The specimen found its way into the sea when a Tsunami event happened some 8000 years ago and separated the Isle of Wight from the mainland. The specimen has been presented on a bespoke oak stand to enable it to be displayed to its full potential. An amazing piece for either the interior or office space and a good conversation piece from this extinct animal. Super sized images can be viewed in "Showcase Fossils". Please note that there are certain import restrictions for the shipping of this specimen. Overseas buyers - please check with us before ordering.
  Age Pleistocene, Devensian Stage
  Size Length of Tusk 830mm
  location Solent water, Hampshire, UK
 
  price £ 1,500.00
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Ursus deningeri (Cave Bear finger digit)
  ref VERT953
  From an old collection comes this three dimensional, very well preserved finger bone from possibly a juvenile cave bear. The specimen was found in a cave deposit many years ago. A rare and fine acquisition for the collector of British mammal remains.
  Age Pleistocene, Cave deposit
  Size Length of specimen 36mm
  location Westbury sub Mendip, Somerset, UK
 
  price £ 32.50
   
 
 
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