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Welcome to our Fossil category where you'll find some rather special selections, whether you are looking for a small fossil gift or a large interior fossil statement piece for yourself or someone special, here we have a wide range of museum quality fossils for sale; Ammonites that sit elegantly in your living-space surmounted and classically displayed on our custom designed bronze plinths or wall features that transcend your personal style and passion for historic themes into reality.

Discover a geological world of fossils from an ancient-prehistoric world from magnificent Mosasaurus fossil skulls, Dyrosaurus and Sarcosuchus crocodile skulls, Spinosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus dinosaur fossils to Dinosaur bones, stunning fossil pecten shells including many other molluscs and echinoids and many more spectacular fossils for you to browse and buy.

  1. Extinct Cow Shark 39mm

    Extinct Cow Shark 39mm

    £72.00
    Unbroken collector grade Cow shark tooth unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Phosphate Basin Deposit formation of Morocco. The six gilled extinct sharks tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Each single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Cow Shark. Hexanchidae, Notorynchus cepedianus, described by Ayres, 1855 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Width: 3.9 cm Height: 3.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,008 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  2. Hexanchus griseus Shark Tooth 29mm

    Hexanchus griseus Shark Tooth 29mm

    £72.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark tooth of attractive light colour enamel, unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six gilled extinct sharks tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Each single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Cow Shark. Hexanchidae, Hexanchus griseus, described by Bonnaterre, 1788 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Width: 2.9 cm Height: 1.9 cm Approximate weight: 0,003 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  3. Cow Shark Tooth 43mm

    Cow Shark Tooth 43mm

    £77.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark teeth unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six gilled extinct sharks tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Each single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Cow Shark. Hexanchidae, Notorynchus cepedianus, described by Ayres, 1855 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Length: cm Width: 4.3 cm Height: 2.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,006 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  4. Cow Shark Tooth 44mm

    Cow Shark Tooth 44mm

    £77.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark teeth unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six gilled extinct sharks tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Each single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Cow Shark. Hexanchidae, Notorynchus cepedianus, described by Ayres, 1855 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Length: cm Width: 4.4 cm Height: 2.6 cm Approximate weight: 0,003 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  5. Extinct Cow Shark Tooth 52mm

    Extinct Cow Shark Tooth 52mm

    £92.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark tooth of uncommon large size unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six gilled extinct sharks tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Each single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Cow Shark. Hexanchidae, Notorynchus cepedianus, described by Ayres, 1855 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Length: 5.2 cm Height: 3.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,006 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  6. Fossil Cow Shark Tooth 46mm

    Fossil Cow Shark Tooth 46mm

    £92.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark tooth of attractive light colour enamel, unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six gilled extinct sharks tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Each single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Cow Shark. Hexanchidae, Hexanchus griseus, described by Bonnaterre, 1788 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Width: 4.3 cm Height: 3.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,007 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  7. Cow Shark Hexanchus Tooth 29mm

    Cow Shark Hexanchus Tooth 29mm

    £92.00
    Good collector grade Cow shark tooth of attractive light colour enamel, unearthed at the Ouled Abdoun Basin formation of Morocco. The six gilled extinct sharks tooth has been cleaned and conserved. Each single tooth has distinct attributes to both mesial and distal sides, leading up to the archetypical comb apical crowns. Good root including cusplets. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Cow Shark. Hexanchidae, Hexanchus griseus, described by Bonnaterre, 1788 Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Cow Shark tooth measurements. Width: 2.9 cm Height: 1.9 cm Approximate weight: 0,003 g Read about the phosphate deposits of Morocco go to Wikipedia >

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  8. New Otodus Obliquus Shark Teeth 204mm

    Otodus Obliquus Shark Teeth 204mm

    £162.00
    Otodus Obliquus Shark Tooth block contains two good examples of the prehistoric Mackerel shark which attained sizes of between 30ft to 40ft (9m to 12m), in length and attaining something around 3 to 5 tonnes in weight. This weight is an estimate based on the modern day Gt. White shark's, up to 25ft and weighing around 6600 lbs or 3 tonnes. Another interesting shark statistic, the Gt. white tooth is an average of 1.5ins to 2ins for an adult shark of around 20ft to 25ft. The prehistoric fossil record shows Otodus obliquus Mackerel shark teeth, attained sizes up to 4ins. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Otodus Obliquus. Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Northern Sahara, Morocco. Overall measurements. Height: 13.4 cm Width: 20.4 cm Depth: 7.0 cm Longest Otodus Obliquus (root to crown) tooth measurement. Length: 7.0 cm Approximate weight: 1,299 g Learn More
  9. New Megalodon Shark Tooth 97mm

    Megalodon Shark Tooth - 3.8inch

    £942.00
    Megalodon shark tooth 97mm in overall length from the bottom of the root to the tip of the crown. This is how one sizes a shark tooth, taking the longest diagonal as the accurate and official measurement when describing shark fossil teeth. Genus: Carcharodon / Carcharocles. (Family; Lamnidae / Otodontidae). (Order; Lamniformes). Age: Cenozoic era, late Oligocene to early Pleistocene, approximately 28 to 1.5 million years. Origin: Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA. Length, root to tip: 9.7 cm Width: 6.9 cm Depth: 2 cm Approximate weight: 0,091 g Learn More
  10.  Megalodon Shark Tooth 162mm

    Megalodon Shark Tooth - 4.4inch

    £1,672.00
    The Megalodon shark tooth is 113mm in overall length from the bottom of the root to the tip of the crown. This is how one sizes a shark tooth, taking the longest diagonal as the accurate and official measurement when describing shark fossil teeth. That is a huge 4.45 inches of killer serrations, the tooth having an classical triangular fin shape which evokes human terror. The tooth among the uppermost of collectable teeth, only very few are so large and so fine and complete, no repairs or conservation, no over polishing, in an as found condition, with only a cleaning process having been undertaken. A fine honest fossil tooth of one of the greatest predators of all time. Genus: Carcharodon / Carcharocles. (Family; Lamnidae / Otodontidae). (Order; Lamniformes). Age: Cenozoic era, late Oligocene to early Pleistocene, approximately 28 to 1.5 million years. Origin: Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA. Specimen tooth dimensions: Length: 11.3 cm Width: 8.8 cm Depth: 1.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,136 g On the bronze stand: Height: 20.1 cm Width: 11.5 cm Depth: 5.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,588 g Learn More
  11.  Megalodon Shark Tooth 200mm

    Megalodon Shark Tooth - 5.6inch

    £2,342.00
    The Megalodon shark tooth is 141mm in overall length from the bottom of the root to the tip of the crown. This is how one sizes a shark tooth, taking the longest diagonal as the accurate and official measurement when describing shark fossil teeth. That is a huge 5.55 inches of killer serrations, the tooth having a typical fin shape giving the rare sized specimen tooth a position in the uppermost of collectable teeth, only very few are similar to this example being so large, so fine and complete, no repairs or conservation has taken place, no over polishing, presented in a as found condition. A fine honest dark gray fossil Megalodon tooth of one of the greatest marine predators of all time. Genus: Carcharodon / Carcharocles. (Family; Lamnidae / Otodontidae). (Order; Lamniformes). Age: Cenozoic era, late Oligocene to early Pleistocene, approximately 28 to 1.5 million years. Origin: Beaufort County, South Carolina, USA. Specimen tooth dimensions: Length: 14.1 cm Width: 10.9 cm Depth: 2.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,362 g On the bronze stand: Height: 20.0 cm Width: 12.8 cm Depth: 6.9 cm Approximate weight: 1,020 g Learn More