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Polished Ammonites
Shark Remains
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Click to enlarge   Name Chondroceras wrighti
  ref AMM5932
  This beautifully preserved ammonite has been prepared both sides and has a complete mouthborder. It was discovered in 1998 from a temporary exposure. Completely matrix free, this lovely oolithic ammonite will make a very good drawer addition
  Age Jurassic, Inferior Oolite, Humpriesianum Zone
  Size Size of Ammonite 45mm
  location Oborne Wood, Dorset, UK
  price £ 29.95
Click to enlarge   Name Selection of Marston Magna Ammonites
  ref AMM5912
  A beautiful set of four species of ammonites from one of the worlds most iconic lower liassic localities, the set includes a Leptomicroceras cowapi (Edmunds), Asteroceras blakei, Promicroceras planicosta and Cymbites globosus. The Leptomicroceras cowapi is a new species of ammonite discovered and named after Andy Cowap. This ammonite is incredibly rare. An important addition for any discerning collector. Approximately 200 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias,Obtusum Zone
  Size Size of Ammonites 30mm, 18mm, 17mm, 15mm
  location Marston Magna, Somerset, UK
  price £ 124.95
Click to enlarge   Name Liparoceras sp (Stunning quality)
  ref AMM5909
  We at Fossils Direct strive to bring customers both new and old, the finest quality specimens and this is no exception!! This exceptionally well preserved ammonite was found in this famous brick pit in Blockley. A fantastic addition to any collection! a "Stand out" specimen!!
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias
  Size Size of ammonite 135mm
  location Blockley, Gloucestershire, UK
  price £ 195.00
Click to enlarge   Name Becheiceras bechei
  ref AMM5907
  Found on the English Jurassic coast, along the beaches where Mary Anning used to roam and collect, is this fine example of Becheiceras. Most of these ammonite occur in the Green Ammonite Beds, however, this is from the Red Band Beds and fossils from the Red Band are better preserved and have a "red tinge" to them, hence its name. A highly collectable and sought after ammonite.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias, Red Band
  Size Size of ammonite 125mm
  location Stonebarrow, Charmouth, Dorset, UK
  price £ 147.50
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