This rare ammonite from the Ibex zone has been preserved in solid pyrite and has lovely detail throughout. The specimen was discovered after high tides in 2011. An important addition for the collector. Approximately 191 million years old.
Preserved in solid calcite this fine specimen exhibits wonderful sutures throughout and a pinpoint immaculate centre. At least half of all ammonites from this locality get buckled during fossilisation, we think this adds to the aesthetics of the ammonite and is a fascinating talking point. A lovely specimen for the collector. Approximately 183 million years old.
This lovely specimen has been preserved in various shades of brown calcite and lies in an aesthetic piece of matrix. The ammonite is a rarity from this famous locality and was discovered in 1987. Fossils from this location are extremely difficult to find thesedays due to the lack of erosion and over collecting by universities, colleges, schools and private collectors. One for the collector of rare UK localities! Approximately 183 million years old.