This wonderful specimen has its mouthborder preserved and the vast majority of the inner whorls are solid calcite. The ammonite lies on a generous and highly aesthetic piece of Oolithic matrix which also has a flat base for upright display. Attached to the base is an anti-slip and scratch pad for peace of mind when displaying on wooden or glass surfaces. This unique fossil was discovered during a temporary exposure in 2014. Approximately 170 million years old. A stunning piece!
A wonderful specimen preserved in solid calcite with an immaculate centre. This rare type of Stephanoceras will make an important addition for the serious collector. Alongside the ammonite lies a solid calcite Belemnite guard (Belemnopsis cf.apiciconus) which really makes the whole piece. The matrix has a flat base for display purposes. Approximately 170 million years old.
A beautiful example preserved in solid calcite and has an immaculate centre. The ammonite lies in an aesthetic piece of matrix which also has a level base for upright display. Discovered in 2015, this fossil would make a good aquisition for the collector. Approximately 167 million years old.