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Click to enlarge   Name Bos taurus primigenus ( Ancient Bull Femur
  ref VERT918
  A wonderful example of a femur from this ancient and now extinct bull. The gravel deposits age in the old quarry where this leg bone was discovered in 1973 are around 50,000 years old. This Pleistocene fossil will make a lovely addition for the collector or indeed as a display item for around the home or office space. Substantial mammal bones from English inland sites are very rare as most of the quarries and gravel pits have been backfilled. Most other mammal Pleistocene remains are either dredged from the North sea floor or from European localities.
  Age Pleistocene, Devensian Stage
  Size Length of Femur 340mm
  location Riverside Quarry, Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire
 
  price £ 64.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Bos taurus primigenus (Ancient Bull horn)
  ref VERT917
  This form of ancient bull is now extinct. The bull's horn which is offered here for sale has wonderful surface detail and a lovely patina. This classic Pleistocene locality has long since been filled in. The fossil comes with a chrome display stand. Substantial mammal fossils from inland english gravel quarries are very rare, most come from the North Sea or European deposits where they are fairly common. This fossil will make a dramatic display piece for the collector or an interior designer looking for that unique item. Approximately 50,000 years old.
  Age Pleistocene, Devensian Stage
  Size Size of Horn 385mm
  location Riverside Quarry, Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire
 
  price £ 195.00
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Sus scrofa vittatus (Boar leg bone)
  ref VERT916
  Approximately 50,000years old, this femur of a wild boar has been very well preserved and is totally complete. Collectors of English Pleistocene fossils will appreciate how rare this fossil is from this iconic locality. It was discovered in 1973 and has remained in the same collection ever since. This gravel quarry closed shortly after this fossil was found and saved for future collectors. This type of wild boar is now extinct due in part to the slaughter of these animals by early man!!
  Age Pleistocene, Devensian Stage
  Size Length of Leg bone 190mm
  location Riverside Quarry, Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire
 
  price £ 39.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Juvenile theropod (Vertebra)
  ref VERT911
  This vertebra is from a juvenile dinosaur probably a Theropod. Indications are that it is from a juvenile dinosaur, due to it not being fully ossified. The detail of this vertebra is quite exceptional, probably the finest we have had to offer to date. One for the avid collector!!
  Age Cretaceous, Wealden, Wessex Formation
  Size Size of specimen 75mm x 65mm x 60mm
  location Brook Bay, Isle of Wight
 
  price £ 195.00
   
 
 
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