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Click to enlarge   Name Spondylus spinosa (Complete one off)
  ref 1936
  This wonderful fossils is a moment in time captured on the sea floor. An open spondylus shell and wedged inside is an echinoid (Micraster cortestudinarium). The specimen was discovered in 1976 and has been fully prepared by Andy Cowap. The specimens lie on a small block of hard chalk, a perfect drawer fossil for the discerning collector of one off english fossils.
  Age Cretaceous, Upper Chalk, Coniacian
  Size Size of Spondylus shell 40mm x 38mm
  location Gravesend, Kent, UK
 
  price £ 174.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Paraorthograptus pacificus (Exceptionally Rare)
  ref SP1700
  This locality is famous for its fossil starfishes and trilobites, however, on the very rare occasion you might come across a graptolite. This particular specimen is a split pair and is exceptionally rare. The specimen was collected by George Rae in the mid 60's.
  Age Ordovician, Ashgillian Series
  Size Length of Graptolite 17mm
  location Lady Burn, Girvan, Ayrshire, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 14.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Glyptograptus cf persculptus (Perfect example)
  ref SP1699
  This is a perfect example of this species and is totally complete, which is in itself, every rare. Specimens from this classic locality are highly documented and well known. This particular specimen was collected in 1968 by the late John Hearty.
  Age Ordovician, Ashgillian, Persculptus Biozone
  Size Size of overall matrix 50mm x 17mm
  location Dobs Linn, Moffat, Dumfries, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 24.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Pleurograptus linearis
  ref SP1697
  Dobbs Linn is a renowned and world famous locality for Ordovician graptolites. This is an extremely fine example of this much rarer type. The entire matrix is covered in arch shaped graptolites. The specimen was discovered in 1968 by John Hearty and has remained in his collection until he passed away. One for the serious collector.
  Age Ordovician, Caradoc Series, Lower Hartfell Shales
  Size Size of overall matrix 125mm x 90mm
  location Dobs Linn, Moffat, Dumfries, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 42.50
   
 
 
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