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Genuine Dinosaur tooth from Carcharodontosaurus measuring 48mm long. Referred to as the 'African T-Rex' due to the similar shape of the skeleton but this Dinosaur is not a Tyrannosaur. The tooth comes from Morocco and dates to the Cretaceous of around 90 million years ago. Not the cleanest tooth available but it does show some serrations. A worn but intact tip and it has had some repair.
£35.00 *

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A small 'raptor' from the Dromaeosaur family of Dinosaurs. Thought to be similar to Velociraptor in build was sharp serrated teeth. This is an good example and a decent size at 8mm long. The tooth comes from the Hell Creek formation in South Dakota, USA. It is dated to the Cretaceous period of around 70 million years ago.
£18.00 *

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A good looking 74mm tooth. Yes that is correct this is an impressive 3 inch Dinosaur tooth. Some clean repairs on this tooth but great specimen for your collection. Dated to the Cretaceous of around 90 million years ago this tooth was collected in Morocco. The fossil will come with taxonomic and geographic details.
£28.00 *

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A complete and stunning well preserved skeleton from the species Psittacosaurus. The delicate bones have been expertly and carefully extracted from the matrix and mounted on a metal frame to show the life posture. Every bone has been cleaned and prepared to show off as much detail as possible. These are available to order but expect to part with £12000 - £15000..... A small price to pay for a real and complete Dinosaur skeleton. The Dinosaurs come from China and date to the Cretaceous period. This wonderful example measures around 38 inches nose to tail. If you wish to order then email me and we can discuss the details but please note these are bought to order and will take around 3 weeks from payment.

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A detailed Spider (Araneae) in genuine Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 18mm at it longest.
£60.00 *

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A detailed Spider (Araneae) in genuine Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 14mm at it longest.
£35.00 *

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A detailed Spider (Araneae) in genuine Baltic amber. This piece also includes a small MITE (order Acari). The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 24mm at it longest.
£75.00 *

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A fantastic and well preserved tooth from the 'pygmy Great White shark' Paleocarcharodon orientalis. This one comes from the phosphatic mines of Morocco and dates to the Palaeocene epoch of around 60 million years ago. Highly sought after especially if unrepaired like this one. Fantastic large serrations, a worthy addition to any collection. The tooth measures 38mm along the slant.
£15.00 *

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A great looking Spider (Araneae) in genuine Baltic amber. The piece also has a detailed little BEETLE (Coleoptera) encapsulated. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 27mm at it longest.
£60.00 *

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A stunning piece of Baltic amber with 3 enhydros (trapped water). Like a spirit level you can tell there is water as there is a moving bubble inside each one. The first two pictures show the bubble in different locations. There is a bonus Gall midge (Cecidomyiidae) in this good sized piece. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 32mm at it longest.
£38.00 *

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A stunning, freestanding sample of genuine emeralds and iron pyrite (fools gold). The piece comes from one of the best emerald mines in the world, the Muzo mines in Colombia. This piece weighs 62g and measures 49mm at its widest.
£55.00 *

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Plenty of gossamer strands in genuine Baltic amber. One the busiest pieces I have seen with lots of spider web criss-crossing one side. The piece has a bonus of a long legged fly (Dolichopodidae) in the centre of this big piece. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 35mm at it longest.
£45.00 *

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506g of young amber containing many inclusions. Several bristletails and some large crickets are the highlights in this piece
£350.00 *

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A good looking Triceratops tooth that measures 27mm at its longest. Minimal wear to the tip so effectively a complete crown. Unworn Triceratops teeth are hard to come by due to its herbivorous nature. No repairs and great detail with a section of the root. The tooth was collected from the Hell Creek formation in South Dakota - USA.
£28.00 *

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A great piece of Baltic amber with 4 Spiders (Araneae) and at least 6 enhydros (trapped water). Like a spirit level you can tell there is water as there is a moving bubble inside each one. One of the pictures shows the biggest bubble in different locations. The piece comes fully certified by Dr Andrew Ross (formerly of the Natural History museum) but he only spotted 3 spiders (the photos will attest to the extra one....). The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 36mm at it longest.
£95.00 *

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A good looking vertebra (backbone) of the Oreodont species Merycoidodon culbertsoni. A small mammal with a relation to modern camels and llamas. The bone comes from the USA and dates to the Oligocene of around 30 million years ago. The fossil measures 32mm long.
£6.00 *

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A very large Mosasaur tooth in great condition. The fossil comes from Morocco and dates to the Cretaceous period. The tooth is 63mm at its longest (2.5 inches not including the matrix on the bottom) and has just one repair near the tip and minimal wear. A stunning tooth and excellent size to add to your collection.
£25.00 *

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This piece is full of gossamer strands in genuine Baltic amber. The busiest piece I have seen with lots of spider web criss-crossing all over. The piece has a bonus of a large SPIDER (Araeae) plus partial Chalcid wasp and cockroach. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 16mm at it longest.
£120.00 *

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A fossilized incisor (fang) from the cave bear - Ursus spelaeus. This huge beast that grew up to 10ft tall became extinct during the last ice age. This tooth was found in Romanian caves in the Bihor mountains. The specimens from this region have been aged to around 45000 years old. The picture shows the actual specimen you will receive that measures 39mm at its longest with complete root.
£15.00 *

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A fossilized molar from the cave bear - Ursus spelaeus. This huge beast that grew up to 10ft tall became extinct during the last ice age. This tooth was found in Romanian caves in the Bihor mountains. The specimens from this region have been aged to around 45000 years old. The picture shows the actual specimen you will receive that measures 43mm at its longest with a partial root.
£15.00 *

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Genuine partial Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth. Guaranteed T Rex tooth that would have been around 4 inches if complete. Dated to around 65 million years old it was found in Montana - USA. You will receive the actual fossil shown and it measures 74mm long (2.9 inches)
£95.00 *

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A chunky but worn 46mm tooth. No repairs on this tooth and there is some good enamel and defined ridges.
£8.00 *

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A very large Mosasaur tooth in great condition. The fossil comes from Morocco and dates to the Cretaceous period. The tooth is 57mm at its longest (2.2 inches) and has no repair and minimal wear. A stunning tooth and excellent size to add to your collection.
£25.00 *

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A great looking Spider (Araneae) in genuine Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. Although excellent from the front with all eyes clearly showing, the abdomen has been slightly polished out on the back. The piece of amber measures 11mm at it widest.
£75.00 *

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A good Fungus gnat (Nematocera) in genuine Baltic amber. The amber is dated to the Eocene of around 50 million years ago. The piece of amber measures 18mm at it longest.
£9.00 *

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A good sized 66mm tooth with some root still attached. The tip is worn as are most of the larger teeth but there is some good enamel and defined ridges.
£10.00 *

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Fossil limestone with extinct squids preserved in calcite. Polished on the top surface to show several specimens but one detailed shell running along the middle. The whole piece measures 122mm long and dates to the Devonian of around 375 million years ago. The rock is collected from the Atlas mountains in Morocco.
£6.00 *

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A large Triceratops tooth that measures 21mm at its longest. Minimal wear to the tip so effectively a complete crown. Unworn Triceratops teeth are hard to come by due to its herbivorous nature. No repairs and great detail.
£24.00 *

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Cut and polished ammonite showing the internal structures. The species is Desmoceras and it comes from Madagascar. The ammonite is from the Albian age of the Cretaceous dating to around 110 million years old. They measure 47mm at their widest and have some lovely irridescence on the outside.
£8.00 *

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A very chunky 55mm tooth from the Dinosaur Spinosaurus. This would have been a huge tooth without the wear. Some great enamel and defined ridges, a good and robust starter tooth.
£14.00 *

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