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Click on Scientific Names to go to the Other Fossil Shark Teeth catalogs. There are five sub-catalogs in the Other Fossil Shark Teeth catalogs with quick links at the bottom of this page (France, French Triassic, Germany, Mississippi, and Sumatra catalogs). Note - page down to quickly go to the Italian, Russian, UK (Sheppey),  and USA - Illinois, Maryland, Oklahoma fossil shark teeth.

Locality

Scientific Name

Common Name

Italy Carcharocles megalodon             Extinct Giant White shark
France Acrodus gaillardoti                          (New - Triassic)  Extinct Hybodont shark
France Acrodus lateralis                              (New - Triassic)  Extinct Hybodont shark
France Carcharias acutissimus                    Extinct Sand Tiger shark
France Carcharhinus priscus                        Extinct Requiem shark
France Carcharoides catticus                       Extinct Lamnid shark
France Dasyatis cavernosa                          Extinct Stingray
France Ginglymostoma delfortreie              Extinct Nurse shark
France Hybodus longiconus                       (New - Triassic)  Extinct Hybodont shark
France Hybodus minor                                (New - Triassic)  Extinct Hybodont shark
France Isistius triangulus                               Extinct Cookiecutter shark
France Isogomphodon acuarius                  Extinct Daggernose shark
France Nothosaurus mirabilis                    (New - Triassic)  Extinct Primitive Reptile
France Notorhynchus primigenius              Extinct Cow shark
France Paleobates angustissimus             (New - Triassic)  Extinct Hybodont shark
France Polyacrodus polycyphus                (New - Triassic)  Extinct Hybodont shark
France Rhizoprionodon fisheuri                    Extinct Sharpnose shark
France Saurichthys apicalis                        (New - Triassic)  Extinct Primitive Lizard Fish
France Scyliorhinus distans                          Extinct Cat shark
France Sphyrna arambourgui                      Extinct Hammerhead shark
France Squatina subserrata                          Extinct Angel shark
Germany Caracharhinus elongatus           Extinct Requiem shark
Germany Caracharias acutissimus              Extinct Sand Tiger shark
Germany Caracharias cuspidata                Extinct Sand Tiger shark
Germany Cetorhinus parvus                        Extinct Basking shark
Germany Notorhynchus primigenius          Seven-Gill or Cow shark
Germany Physogaleus latus                          Extinct Gray shark
Germany Squatina angeloides                      Extinct Angel shark
Russia Cardobiodon ricki                                    Extinct Lamnid shark
Russia Cretolamna appendiculata           Extinct Mackerel shark
Russia Cretolamna borealus                     Extinct Mackerel shark
Russia Dwardius sp.                                              Extinct Lamnid shark
Russia Ginglymostoma berdeykensis       Extinct Nurse shark
Russia Paraisurus macrorhiza                   Extinct Lamnid shark
Russia Sphenodus stschurowskii               Orthacodontidae shark
Sumatra Carcharhinus egertoni  Requiem shark
Sumatra Galeocerdo cuvier  Tiger shark
UK - Kent Callorhinchus newtoni                               Extinct Chimaeroid
UK - Sheppey Hexanchus agassizi                               (New)  Extinct Cow Shark
UK - Sheppey Hexanchus colinsonae                          (New)  Extinct Cow Shark
UK - Aust Cliff Lissodus minimus                                  (New)  Extinct Hybodont Shark
USA - Illinois Edestus heinrichi                              Coal shark
USA - Illinois Edestus mirus                                   Coal shark
USA - Calvert Cliff Isurus hastalis                                   Big-tooth Mako shark
USA - Calvert Cliff Isurus retroflexus                              Longfin Mako shark
USA - Mississippi Cretolamna appendiculata                     (New)  Extinct Mackerel shark 
USA - Mississippi Iscyrhiza mira                                            (New)  Extinct Sclerorhynchidae shark 
USA - Mississippi Ptychotrigon triangularis                         (New)  Extinct Rajidae
USA - Mississippi Scapanorhynchus texanus                     (New)  Extinct Goblin shark 
USA - Mississippi Squalicorax kaupi                                    (New)  Extinct Crow shark 
USA - New Mexico Ptychodus mortoni                                    Extinct Hybodotid shark 
USA - Oklahoma Orthacanthus texensis                     Extinct Primitive shark (Permian age)

Note - all teeth sizes are slant height unless otherwise noted. Click on photos to enlarge. Catalog updated on April 28, 2013. 

Carcharocles megalodon  -  Extinct Giant White shark (Italy)

This catalog contains gorgeous and rare Carcharocles megalodon teeth, the extinct Giant White shark. These Meg teeth were found in the Puglia region of Italy. These teeth are  Miocene (15 mya). You may not see these Meg teeth again.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

2-1/8" SOLD IT004  A gorgeous, rare Carcharocles megalodon tooth from a unique Italian site. Exceptional blonde color! I have only seen these teeth available one time!

Sphenodus stschurowskii  -  a Orthacodontidae shark (Russia)

The Sphenodus is a very rare Jurassic age shark from the Moscow region of Russia. The tooth exhibits a long, slender spike-like crown and a very broad, flat bottomed root (an occasional side cusps is present). These teeth are very well preserved. The roots show nice articulation.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1/2" $125 R208

New

 A very rare, Sphenodus tooth, from a very early shark. Absolutely great preservation - excellent condition with extra sharp cutting edges. These are Upper Jurassic age from Voskresensk, Russia. Perfect tooth. This is a rare, killer Jurassic shark tooth!    Reverse Photo.

5/8"

$65

R209

 A very rare, Sphenodus tooth, from a very early shark. Absolutely great preservation - excellent condition with extra sharp cutting edges. These are Upper Jurassic age from Voskresensk, Russia. Note - there appears to be very minor repair (patch) on the rear of root (1/16" sliver area); left hand corner of the root of this tooth (rear side). Repair not visible front the display side. Bargain priced for a rare, killer Sphenodus tooth!

Callorhinchus newtoni - Chimaeroid  (UK - Beltinge, Kent)

This catalog contains an excellent and rare Paleocene age (60 million years in age)  Callorhinchus newtoni. This tooth is from Beltinge (near Herne Bay), Kent, UK.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1" SOLD UK001  A rarePaleocene age Callorhinchus newtoni tooth plate from Kent, UK. Well preserved - excellent condition. 

Hexanchus agassizi - Cow shark  (UK - Sheppey)

This catalog contains exceptional and rare lower Eocene age - Ypresian (50 million years in age) Hexanchus agassizi teeth. These teeth are from Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK.   New photos loaded Nov. 12. These teeth are GEM. Click on them and have a look.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

3/8" $145 UK011

New

 A rareGEM lower Eocene age Hexanchus agassizi lower jaw tooth from the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition.      Reverse Photo.
5/16" $125 UK012

New

 A rareGEM lower Eocene age Hexanchus agassizi lower jaw tooth from the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition.     Additional Photo.     Reverse Photo.

Hexanchus colinsonae - Cow shark  (UK - Sheppey)

This catalog contains exceptional and very rare lower Eocene age - Ypresian (50 million years in age) Hexanchus colinsonae teeth. These teeth are from Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

11/16" $165 UK021

New

 A very rareGEM lower Eocene age Hexanchus colinsonae lower jaw tooth from the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition.     Reverse Photo.
9/16" SOLD UK022

New

 A very rareGEM lower Eocene age Hexanchus colinsonae lower jaw tooth from the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition.     Reverse Photo.
3/8" SOLD UK023

New

 A very rareGEM lower Eocene age Hexanchus colinsonae upper jaw tooth from the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition.    

Lissodus minimus - Hybodont shark  (UK - Aust Cliff)

This catalog contains exceptional and very rare upper Triassic age - Rhaetic Bone Bed (200 million years in age) Lissodus minimus teeth. These teeth are  from the Westbury Fm. (Penarth Group), Aust Cliff, So. Gloucestershire, UK.  Note - New close up photos on Nov. 12, 2011. These teeth are nice.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1/8" $45 UK031

New

 A very rareGEM upper Triassic age Lissodus minimus tooth from the Aust Cliff, So. Gloucestershire, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition. Excellent top of crown exposure.    Matrix Photo.
1/8" $45 UK032

New

 A very rareGEM upper Triassic age Lissodus minimus tooth from the Aust Cliff, So. Gloucestershire, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition. Excellent profile of crown exposure.      Matrix Photo.
1/8" $35 UK033

New

 A very rare, upper Triassic age Lissodus minimus tooth from the Aust Cliff, So. Gloucestershire, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition. Excellent profile of crown exposure.    Matrix Photo.
1/8" $45 UK034

New

 A very rareGEM upper Triassic age Lissodus minimus tooth from the Aust Cliff, So. Gloucestershire, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition. Excellent top of crown exposure.      Matrix Photo.
1/8" $15 UK035

New

 A very rare, upper Triassic age Lissodus minimus tooth from the Aust Cliff, So. Gloucestershire, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition. Base of crown exposed.    Matrix Photo.
1/8" $45 UK036

New

 A very rareGEM upper Triassic age Lissodus minimus tooth from the Aust Cliff, So. Gloucestershire, UK.  Very well preserved - excellent condition. Excellent top of crown exposure.     Matrix Photo.

Edestus heinrichi & E. mirus -  Coal shark  (USA - Illinois)

The Edestus heinrichi or Edestus mirus, the Coal shark, are very rare Pennsylvanian age shark found in an underground coal mine in Sparta, Illinois. The tooth exhibits a unique broad triangular crown with huge serrations. The roots are also quite unique as they appear as long arms with the crown at the end. The roots would interlock to form a "tooth whorl." These teeth are well preserved. These teeth are from the Anna Shale Fm. (Carbondale Group) - approx. 300 million years in age. It is always difficult locating these rare teeth. No repair or restoration to any of these teeth!

Note - Size is quoted as the crown slant height only.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1-1/8" $225 I001

New

 An EXTRA LARGE very rare Edestus heinrichi tooth, from a very early shark. Whirl length is 3-5/8". Excellent preservation - fair condition with extra large serrations. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois.  Reverse Photo.
7/8" $250 I002

New

 A LARGE very rare Edestus heinrichi tooth, from a very early shark. Whirl length is 1-5/8". Exceptional preservation and condition with extra large serrations. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. A GEM collector's tooth.    Reverse Photo.
13/16" $150 I008

New

 An EXTRA LARGE, extra rare Edestus mirus tooth, from a very early shark. Whirl length is 1-5/8". Excellent preservation - very good condition with well defined serrations. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. E. mirus is the more rare species!  Reverse Photo.
3/4" $150 I009

New

 A LARGE, extra rare Edestus mirus tooth, from a very early shark. Whirl length is 2-1/2" with heavy pyrite at the base of the crown. Excellent preservation and good condition with well defined serrations. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. E. mirus is the more rare species!  Reverse Photo.

Isurus hastalis  -  Big-tooth Mako shark  (USA - Calvert Cliff, MD)

This catalog contains excellent Miocene age Isurus hastalis , the Big-tooth Mako shark. These teeth are an early form of I. hastalis with the narrower crown from the Calvert  Formation (early middle Miocene) - approx. 18 million years in age, Calvert Cliffs, Maryland.

Note -  Left photo --> upper data  &  right photo = bottom data.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1-1/4"

1-1/4"

$20

$20

MD007

MD008

 An excellent, early Miocene Mako tooth of Isurus hastalis, the "narrow form" of the Big-tooth Mako from Calvert Cliff, Maryland.

Isurus retroflexusLongfin Mako shark  (USA - Calvert Cliff, MD)

This catalog contains excellent and rare Miocene age Isurus retroflexus, the Longfin Mako shark. These teeth are from the Calvert  Formation (early middle Miocene) - approx. 18 million years in age, Calvert Cliffs, Maryland.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1-7/16" $55 MD022  A rare, early Miocene Mako tooth of Isurus retroflexus, the Longfin Mako from Calvert Cliff, Maryland.  Reverse Photo.

Ptychodus mortoni - Early Hybodotid shark  (USA - Sandoval Co., NM)

This catalog contains very nice Cretaceous age Ptychodus mortoni, an early Hybodotid shark. These teeth are from the Cretaceous (lower Santonian) - approx. 85 million years in age, Sandoval Co., New Mexico.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

13/16" $22.50 NM001  Scarce primitive shark tooth - Ptychodus mortoni.  
3/4" $22.50 NM002  Scarce primitive shark tooth - Ptychodus mortoni.  
3/4" SOLD NM003  Scarce primitive shark tooth - Ptychodus mortoni.  

Orthacanthus texensis - Primitive shark  (USA - Waurika, OK)

This catalog contains excellent and rare Permian age Orthacanthus texensis, an early Primitive shark. These teeth are from the Wellington  Formation (Permian) - approx. 265 million years in age, Waurika, Jefferson Co., Oklahoma.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

5/16" $20 OK003  A rare, early Permian Primitive shark tooth from Orthacanthus texensis
5/16" $27.50 OK004  A rare, early Permian Primitive shark tooth from Orthacanthus texensis
5/16" $20 OK005  A rare, early Permian Primitive shark tooth from Orthacanthus texensis
1/4" $15 OK006  A rare, early Permian Primitive shark tooth from Orthacanthus texensis

Cardabiodon ricki  -  a Lamnid shark (Russia)

This is a very rare Cardabiodon shark, an early Lamnid shark. These teeth is come from a lower Cretaceous site (Albian  - 112 mya) in Kursk region of Russia. These teeth are well preserved.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1-3/16" SOLD R001  A very rare Cardabiodon ricki tooth from a unique Russian site. A excellent collector's tooth.       Reverse Photo.

Cretolamna borealus  -  a Mackerel shark (Russia)

The Cretolamna borealus is a very uncommon Cretolamna shark. These teeth is come from a lower Cretaceous site (Albian  - 112 mya) in Belorod region of Russia. These teeth are well preserved.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1-1/8" SOLD R124  A scarce Cretolamna borealus tooth from a unique Russian site.

Dwardius sp.  -  a Lamnid shark (Russia)

This is  a very rare Dwardius shark, an early Lamnid shark. These teeth is come from a lower Cretaceous site (Albian  - 112 mya) in Kursk region of Russia. These teeth are well preserved.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1-3/16" SOLD R111  A very rare Dwardius tooth from a unique Russian site. A excellent collector's tooth.

Reverse Photo.

Ginglymostoma berdeykensis  -  a Nurse shark (Russia)

The Ginglymostoma berdeykensis is a very uncommon Nurse shark. These teeth is come from a middle Paleocene site (Selandianian  - 61 mya) in Volgograd region of Russia. These teeth are well preserved.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1/8" SOLD R221  A scarce Ginglymostoma berdeykensis tooth from a unique Russian site.

Paraisurus macrorhiza  -  a Lamnid shark (Russia)

The Paraisurus macrorhiza is a extremely rare Lamnid shark. The tooth exhibits very long, slender roots with a very high protruding lingual root face, and a compact crown. The root of these these are very fragile and most specimens are collected without the root. Specimens with roots are exceedingly rare. These teeth is come from a lower Cretaceous site (Albian  - 112 mya) in Kursk region of Russia. These teeth are well preserved. These are three of the finest Paraisurus teeth that I have seen!

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

1-1/16" SOLD R102  An extremely rare, Paraisurus tooth, from a very early Lamnid shark. This tooth was extracted from the matrix and has excellent color and preservation. Note that the fragile root ends are intact, but one root side has a small patch. An exceptional collector's tooth.    Reverse Photo.   Top Photo

 

Other Fossil Shark Teeth Catalog Links:

Link to the French Shark Tooth Catalog  -->  French Shark Tooth Catalog

Link to the French Triassic Shark Tooth Catalog  -->  French Triassic Shark Tooth Catalog

Link to the German Shark Tooth Catalog  --> German Shark Tooth Catalog

Link to the Mississippi Shark Tooth Catalog  --> Mississippi Shark Tooth Catalog

Link to the Sumatra Shark Tooth Catalog  --> Sumatra Shark Tooth Catalog

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