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Polished Ammonites
Shark Remains
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Click to enlarge   Name Holcoptera giebeli (Very rare beetle)
  ref SP1036
  Lyme Regis being one of the most famous fossiliferous locations in the world, is always associated with its fine marine animals. However, on very rare occasions fossil insects can be found. This specimen from a small piece of woodstone, exhibits a set of complete wing cases,which is exceptionally rare! These particular fossils are highly sought after throughout the world by collectors. Approximately 200 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias, Obtusum Zone
  Size Size of insect 13mm x 7mm
  location Black Ven, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK
  price £ 67.50
Click to enlarge   Name Dicranograptus cf clingani (V Large example
  ref SP1153
  From an old collection is this exceptional and extremely large Graptolite slab. Preerved on the matrix are two very large "Tuning Fork" Graptolites, infact these are probably the largest we have personally ever seen!! An amazing specimen and a real eye catcher!
  Age Ordovician, Caradoc series
  Size Size of overall piece 250mm x185mm
  location Dobbs Linn, Moffat, Scotland, UK
  price £ 72.50
Click to enlarge   Name Procorallistes polymorphus (Rare)
  ref SP900
  Preserved in a large rectangular block of chalk is this stunning and rare example of this cretaceous chalk sponge. The sponge has been expertly prepared. Examples like this are very seldom seen for sale as most of them end up in museum collections. This is a particularly fine and extremely sought after specimen.
  Age Cretaceous, Campanian
  Size Size of Sponge 110mm x 75mm
  location Flamborough, Yorkshire, UK
  price £ 95.00
Click to enlarge   Name Pseudomorphs of Halite (Salt Crystals)
  ref SP1374
  Although technically this is not a fossil, it has come to be, by the same process of fossilisation. The specimen consists of two 10mm square crystals of rock salt (Halite), which have been dissolved and then sediment has re-filled the space left by the crystals so forming this unusual pseudomorph. A really unusual and "quirky" piece.
  Age Triassic, Carnian/Norian
  Size Size of specimen 85mm x 50mm
  location Marske, Nr Redcar, North Yorkshire, UK
  price £ 37.50
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