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Plesiosaur or Crocodile Tooth Jurassic

Indeterminate species. This RARE tooth specimen is from a large sized plesiosaur or possibly a teleosaurid crocodile. The tooth is superb despite missing the tip with clear striations on the crown. It has great detail with fantastic jet black colouration on the enamel. The scale is shown in (cm) and the tooth measures 15 mm in height. It is Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the White Limestone, Transitional Layer, Great Oolite Series, Bathonian of Oxfordshire, UK. Full providence, found by myself, catalogued and dated. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £59. Quote Ref No. MRUK 821

Indeterminate Plesiosaur Tooth Jurassic

Indeterminate species. This RARE tooth specimen is from a large sized plesiosaur indeed. The tooth is superb desoite missing the tip with clear striations on the crown. It has great detail with fantastic jet black colouration on the enamel. The scale is shown in (cm) and the tooth measures 8 mm in height. It is Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the White Limestone, Transitional Layer, Great Oolite Series, Bathonian of Oxfordshire, UK. Full providence, found by myself, catalogued and dated. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £29.  Quote Ref No. MRUK 823

Coprolite Triassic UK

Coprolite. This complete marine reptile coprolite is a good study fossil and measures 15 mm in length partially embedded in matrix. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £7. Quote Ref No. MRUK 827

Coprolite Triassic UK

Coprolite. This complete marine reptile coprolite is a good study fossil and measures 10 mm in length partially embedded in matrix. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. MRUK 817

Coprolite Jurassic UK

Coprolite. This marine reptile hutnah has good form and is a solid shape (excuse the pun). The scale is shown in (cm). It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambs, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. MRUK 816

Metriorhynchus Marine Crocodile Tooth Jurassic

Metriorhynchus sp. This tooth is from a large sized marine crocodile indeed. The tooth is quite lovely showing natural life wear at the tip, with super enamel. It has great detail and fantastic tan colouration, being 14 mm in height. It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambs, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £39. Quote Ref No. MRUK 811

Metriorhynchus Marine Crocodile Tooth Jurassic

Metriorhynchus sp. This tooth is from a large sized marine crocodile indeed. The tooth is quite lovely despite the tip missing, showing super enamel. It has great detail and dark colouration, being 22 mm in height. It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambs, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £49. Quote Ref No. MRUK 812

Eurycleidus Plesiosaur Tooth Triassic UK

Eurycleidus sp. This rare partial plesiosaur tooth is a great specimen despite the repair. It measures 5 mm in height. It has good detail and is well presented on original matrix. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. MRUK 810

Eurycleidus Plesiosaur Tooth Triassic UK

Eurycleidus sp. This rare partial plesiosaur tooth measuring 5 mm in height is a fair study specimen and shows a lovely cross section at the base end. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. MRUK 807

Steneosaurus Marine Crocodile Tooth Jurassic UK

Steneosaurus sp. This is from a large sized marine crocodile indeed. This partial tooth is quite lovely despite natural life wear at the tip hence low price. It has great detail and the scale is shown in (mm). It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambs, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £39. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRUK 801

Coprolite Triassic UK

Coprolite. This uncommon marine reptile coprolite is a fair study fossil. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and come from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. MRUK 781

Leptonectes Ichthyosaur Tooth Triassic UK

Leptonectes sp. This rare ichthyosaur tooth is a damaged specimen hence the low price. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. This is from an old 1950's private collection. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £13. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRUK 775

Eurycleidus Plesiosaur Tooth Triassic UK

Eurycleidus sp. This rare partial plesiosaur tooth is a great specimen despite the repair due to a single break. It measures 9 mm in height and can be seen in the top left of the rock. It has good detail and is well presented on original matrix. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £19. Quote Ref No. MRUK 771

Muraenosaurus leedsii Plesiosaur Tooth Jurassic UK

Muraenosaurus leedsii. This RARE tooth is from a large sized plesiosaur indeed. The tooth has excellent detail and enamel, measuring 26 mm or 1 inch in height. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambs, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. SOLD. Priced at £119. Quote Ref No. MRUK 761

Eurycleidus Plesiosaur Tooth Triassic UK

Eurycleidus sp. This rare partial plesiosaur tooth measuring 7 mm in height is a good study specimen. The scale is shown in (cm). It is seen to the right of the label. There are several other vertebrate fossils present on this matrix block. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £22. Quote Ref No. MRUK 747

Coprolite Triassic UK

Coprolite. This uncommon large marine reptile coprolite is a fair study fossil. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and come from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. MRUK 746

Ophthalmosaurus icenicus Ichthyosaur Centrum Jurassic UK

Ophthalmosaurus icenicus. This centrum is from a very large sized ichthyosaur indeed and from a rare location. It is 80mm or 3 1/8 inch in diameter. It has great detail. It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled. A great study piece but also a very nice paper weight. Priced at £35. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRUK 741

Cryptoclidus Plesiosaur Vertebra Jurassic UK

Cryptoclidus sp.? This vertebra is from a very large sized plesiosaur indeed and from a rare location. It is 56mm or 2 1/4 inch in diameter. It has great detail. It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled. A great study piece but also a very nice paper weight. Priced at £30. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRUK 742

Eurycleidus Plesiosaur Vertebra Triassic UK

Eurycleidus sp. This uncommon partial plesiosaur vertebra is a fair study fossil.  The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and come from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £12. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRUK 735

Teleosaurus Marine Crocodile Tooth Jurassic

Teleosaurus sp. This tooth specimen is from a large sized crocodile indeed. The tooth is quite lovely with clear striations on the crown. It has great detail with fantastic jet black colouration on the enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). The tip exhibits natural life wear. It is Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian of Oxfordshire, UK. Full providence, found by myself, catalogued and dated. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £22. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRUK 734

Marine Reptile Coprolite Triassic UK

Unidentified Marine Reptile. This complete coprolite (fossil pooh) is a great specimen showing nice detail. It has had a repair. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. MRUK 726

'Cimoliasaurus' valdensis Plesiosaur Tooth Cretaceous UK

'Cimoliasaurus' valdensis.? This partial and rare from this location plesiosaur tooth could in fact be a new undescribed species. Plesiosaurs are known from slightly younger Wealden Beds on the Isle of Wight but not so far for the mainland. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Valanginian Stage of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Found by me and so has full providence. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £49. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRUK 722

Coprolite Triassic UK

Unidentified Marine Reptile. This gorgeous Coprolite measures 62mm in length and exhibits lovely detail, being rare for location. There is also a very interesting tiny vertebrate fossil which is an orange colour near to the coprolite (looks like a partial Nemacanthus shark dorsal spine). It is on original matrix measuring 105 x 90 x 12mm. It is Late Triassic age circa 215 million years old and comes from the Bone Bed, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Lavenock near Penarth, South Glamorgan, Wales, UK. Supplied labelled. Full providence and priced at £18. Quote Ref No. MRUK 692

Coprolite Jurassic UK

Coprolite. This marine reptile hutnah has good form and is a solid shape (excuse the pun). It has great detail, being 48mm across. It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambs, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. MRUK 693

Unidentified Bone Cretaceous UK

Unidentified species.? I cannot identify this any further than suggesting that it may be a pelvic bone from a turtle. It is 3D and has great detail. The scale is shown in (cm) and also in inches. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £29. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRUK 687

Ophthalmosaurus icenicus Humerus Bone Jurassic UK

Ophthalmosaurus icenicus. This is from a very large sized ichthyosaur indeed and from a rare location. It is 145mm or almost 6 inch in length. This complete Humerus bone has great detail and is the largest of its type that I have ever found. I have repaired and restored this fossil and it has been in my private collection for many years. It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled. A great study piece but also a very nice paper weight. Priced at £139. Quote Ref No. MRUK 636

Ophthalmosaurus icenicus Coracoid Bone Jurassic UK

Ophthalmosaurus icenicus. This is from a very large sized ichthyosaur indeed and from a rare location. The scale is shown in (cm). This coracoid bone has great detail and is the largest specimen of its type that I have found. It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled. A great study piece but also a very nice paper weight. Priced at £119. Quote Ref No. MRUK 637