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Click to enlarge   Name Dactylioceras cf anguinum
  ref AMM4768
  This wonderfully preserved ammonite lies in a really aesthetic piece of dark grey matrix which also has a level base for upright display. Ammonites from this locality are exceptionally scarse to find thesedays and the location is virtually impossible to reach. This fine specimen was discovered in 1992. Approximately 183 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Upper Lias, Falciferum Zone
  Size Size of ammonite 26mm
  location Brae's, Isle of Skye, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 24.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Harpoceras cf.falciferum
  ref AMM4767
  Ammonites of any quality from around this area are becoming increasingly difficult to find thesedays due in part to the closure of most sites. This fine specimen was discovered in 2010 and has been fully prepared. Approximately 183 million years old. A lovely drawer specimen.
  Age Jurassic, Upper Lias, Falciferum Zone
  Size Size of ammonite 53mm
  location Seavington St Mary, Somerset, UK
 
  price £ 19.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Promicroceras planicosta (Lovely treble)
  ref AMM4763
  A lovely example exhibiting three calcified ammonites which lie on a small piece of rock and has a cut base for ease of display. Approximately 200 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias, Obtusum Zone
  Size Size of ammonites 18mmx15mmx13mm
  location Black Ven, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK
 
  price £ 23.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Parkinsonia cf densicosta (NICOLESCO 1928)
  ref AMM4761
  A lovely piece which displays an uncommon type of Parkinsonia and also a Bivalve (Plagiostoma cf subcardiforme), which was first described by (GREPPIN). Both specimens have been preserved in solid calcite and have wonderful detail throughout. Discovered after a cliff fall in 2006 and has been fully prepared. Approximately 167 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Inferior Oolite, Parkinsoni Zone
  Size Size of ammonite 53mm
  location Burton Bradstock, Dorset, UK
 
  price £ 47.50
   
 
 
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