The Collector's Choice Gallery

THE COLLECTOR'S TOP 6 FOSSILS:

 
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Ichthyosaur jaw

Ichthyosaur jaw with at least 50 teeth 14.5 x 5 cm, has had repairs however just gluing together, no other restoration. Ichthyosaurs (Greek for "fish lizard") clean not in matrix. Jurassic 160mya from Lyme Regis.

 
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Bison Skull

Pleistocene age fossil Skull from the Isle of Wight, here is a Bison skull 10.5 inches from horn to horn and10 inches high

 
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Merycoidodon skull

Oreodont, any member of a diverse group of extinct herbivorous North American artiodactyls (even-toed ungulates) This is a Merycoidodon skull 7x5 Inches. Brule Formation of the White River Badlands of South Dakota, U.S (Eocene 35mya)

 
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Triceratops Brow Horn

 Magnificent Huge 31” Male Triceratops Brow Horn with Large Circumference at Back . This horn has an Amazing 31 Inch circumference at base and was definitely a male due to size and a very old possibly 100 years old one at that. 
This horn has great detail on groves and had mainly repair as many breaks(crack fills) were all completely handled making it very very strong . The colour is great, as is the shape. It was an underground find, and with no restoration. It has some deep grooves that appear totally natural to the horn so it has a great morphology. Garfield County , Montana USA (late Cretaceous)

 
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Iguanodon claw

Very lare dark brown Iguanodon claw, repairs in place 7 inches by 4 inches (Early Cretaceous) West Isle of Wight find. Iguanodon can be found almost anywhere the Wealden group is exposed. The best bet is to look in the plant debris beds, which are usually light grey, with bits of black lignite in them.

 
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Eotyrannus

Eotyrannus 5 inch high very stable Vert with no restoration or fills.Very solid item with processes intact (Early Cretaceous). Eotyrannus was an early relative of Tyrannosaurus rex. It was much smaller than Tyrannosaurus rex - Eotyrannus was "only" about 20 feet (6 meters) long.