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Click to enlarge   Name Equus ferus (Stunning quality Horse Jaw))
  ref VERT915
  This wonderfully preserved fossil was discovered in 1973 in this iconic English gravel quarry which abandoned its production and backfilled soon after. The detail on the bone and teeth are absolutely stunning. Substantial Bricket Wood fossils are rare on the open market. This lower jaw is approximately 50,000 years old and the horse it belonged to was an odd-toed ungulate mammal belonging to the taxonomic family Equidate. The horse has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small multi toed creature to Eohippus. This fossil jaw belonged to a juvenile horse and would make a serious statement piece in any collection or home environment. Also anybody interested in anything equine. Fossils Direct are commited to bringing our clients old and new the very finest prepared UK material at all times.
  Age Pleistocene, Devensian Stage
  Size Size of Jaw 370mm x 110mm x 100mm
  location Riverside Quarry, Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire
  price £ 295.00
Click to enlarge   Name Palaeoloxodon cf.antiquus (Stunning tooth)
  ref VERT928
  This tooth belonged to one of the largest mammals ever to walk the earth, a straight tusked elephant. It's an extinct species of elephant that inhabited Europe during the middle to late Pleistocene. This is a very rare find for Bricket Wood gravel quarry and was discovered in 1972. Bricket Wood fossils have a very distinctive orange/brown colour and not confused with North Sea deposits or other Pleistocene deposits abroad. The tooth will make a really aesthetic and unique piece for the collector or indeed an interior designer. Approximately 50,000 years old.
  Age Pleistocene, Devensian, Gravel Deposits
  Size Size of tooth 190mm x 150mm x 70mm
  location Riverside Quarry, Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire
  price £ 225.00
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 Ichthyosaur vertebra (Rare locality)
  ref VERT936
  This large ichthyosaur vertebra was discovered in 1971 from a temporary exposure and has remained in the same collection ever since. The vertebra would make a really good addition for the collector of UK vertebrate material. Approximately 165 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Oxford Clay,
  Size Size of vertebra 97mm x 90mm x 40mm
  location Woodhurst, Huntingham, UK
  price £ 39.95
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