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Polished Ammonites
Shark Remains
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Click to enlarge   Name Promicroceras planicosta & Fossil wood
  ref AMM5108
  A lovely "chunky" piece of matrix which has three solid calcite ammonites preserved, one on the front and two down the left hand side. There is also a very nice piece of fossilised wood. The matrix has a flat base to which is attached an anti slip and scratch pad for peace of mind when displaying on delicate surfaces. Approximately 200 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias,Obtusum Zone
  Size Size of ammonties 25mm,22mm & 12mm
  location Black Ven, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK
  price £ 29.95
Click to enlarge   Name Mariella lewisiensis (SPATH)
  ref AMM5101
  This very rare heteromorph ammonite was discovered in 1971 from a temporary excavation. The detail on the ammonite is wonderful, a totally complete specimen has never been recorded. Fossils Direct are committed to bringing to our customers old and new the finest prepared and rarest fossils the UK has to offer.
  Age Cretaceous, Cenomanian, M.Mantelli Zone
  Size Size of ammonite 70mm x 53mm
  location Tring,Hertfordshire, UK
  price £ 89.95
Click to enlarge   Name Hecticoceras hecticum (Reinecke)
  ref AMM5100
  A beautiful example of this rare Oxford Clay ammonite preserved in solid pyrtie with an immaculate centre. The specimen has been prepared both sides and was discovered in 1981, it has remained int he same collection ever since. An important addition for the collector.
  Age Jurassic, Oxford Clay,
  Size Size of ammonite 45mm
  location Bowleaze Cove,Weymouth, Dorset, UK
  price £ 42.50
Click to enlarge   Name Phylloceras heterophyllum (Incredibly rare)
  ref AMM5095
  This started out as a much larger specimen but due to preservation has reduced in size. Phylloceras from the Inferior Oolite are exceedingly scarce, this is only the third specimen we are aware of. It was discovered in 1983 when they were constructing the Loders road cutting, this is only the second one known to have come from there. Serious collectors of very rare localities and horizons will appreciate how rare this specimen is. Approximately 169 million years old. An incredibly late Phylloceras.
  Age Jurassic, Inferior Oolite, Niortense Zone
  Size Size of specimen 118mm
  location Loders Road Cutting, Loders, Dorset, UK
  price £ 195.00
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