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  1. Hexanchus gigas   - Chile
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    An Extra Large, GEM Hexanchus tooth. This is complete lower jaw tooth from an adult shark. Superb preservation and color. Absolutely matrix free. Nine very sharp, complete primary cusps. A fantastic root - very unique & difficult to find! Perfect tooth. A "blue site" tooth. One of my favorites! A Museum Quality collector's tooth.                  

    C402L          Size: 1-11/16"

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  2. Galeocerdo cuvier
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    A GEM, EXTRA LARGE G. cuvier tooth. Great color and condition.

    LC407        SIZE: 1-3/16"+

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  3. Carcharodon carcharias
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    An ultra rare, GEM North Carolina Carcharodon carcharias, upper jaw Anterior tooth from the copper-red site. This is an incredible copper-red colored Great White shark tooth. The enamel is the highest possible quality with no hydration cracks. A gorgeous North Carolina copper-red Great White shark tooth. An exceptional collector's tooth. Note - you rarely see a copper-red Great White shark tooth that has a top quality crown, root and serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST!

    NC203               SIZE: 2-5/8"+

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  4. Parotodus benedeni                    
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    The November week #3b FOTM is a very rare, TOP QUALITY Parotodus benedeni tooth from the Lee Creek mine, No. Carolina. This is an ultra rare anterior tooth. A perfect tip, perfect razor sharp cutting edges, and a complete root (1" thick). Root has the typical hydration crack present on all XL anterior teeth. This is a large size anterior tooth in incredible condition. An old collection piece that just does not come up for sale very often. An EXCEPTIONAL, rare Collector's tooth! The BEST of the BEST! When was the last time you saw a top quality, large LC Benedeni - anterior tooth? A very special, very rare collector's tooth. LC103 Size: 2-3/8"

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  5. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM, 5-1/16" Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth - ANTERIOR tooth. Our April 2017 Fossil of the Month. This Megalodon has an incredible light golden tan colored crown with an excellent hazel brown bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Exceptional golden tan color! The serrations are razor sharp with an exceptional tip serration. Nearly PERFECT serrations. Exceptional serrations for a big Meg! The root is an excellent tan color with few no hydration cracks and a "root ear" which is characteristic of the Miocene Megs. This Megalodon was found in the Pungo River Formation, Lee Creek mine, NC (Miocene age = 14.5 MYA). An excellent classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth considering the shape, color, and preservation. A tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! Museum Quality Megalodon. Absolutely NO repair. Best of the BEST!

    LC002            Size: 5-1/16"   (3-3/4" W)

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  6. Carcharocles chubutensis
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    A GEM creamy white Summerville Carcharocles chubutensis, the C. megalodon tooth predecessor - upper jaw Principal Anterior tooth. It has an incredible creamy white colored crown with an exceptional white bourlette. A gorgeous Summerville Chubutensis. An exceptional collector's tooth. Rare color! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST!

    SC511            Size: 2-13/16"

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  7. Carcharocles megalodon 
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    The October 2015 Week #4 Fossil of the Month is a LARGE, GEM Megalodon PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR upper jaw tooth from the Bolan Hall Creek, Jasper Co., So. Carolina. A gorgeous symmetrical Meg with a greenish - tan crown. High quality enamel. The brown bourlette is incredible, very glossy, anbd essentially complete. The serrations are incredibly sharp -" razor-like" with an exceptional tip serration and nearly perfect! Incredible serrations for a bigger So. Carolina Meg - among the finest (see the close photos)! The root is complete, nicely articulated, few hydration cracks and a nice brown color. Exceptional symmetry - the perfect shaped Meg. This Megalodon is an exceptionally well preserved. NO repair or restoration. AN EXCEPTIONAL MEG. MUSEUM QUALITY. The BEST of the BEST! If you are looking for a top quality Meg from an unusual location, this is the tooth for your collection! Be sure to see all of our Fossil Teeth of the Month selections.

    SC063            SIZE: 5-3/8" (3-1/2" W)

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  8. Carcharocles chubutensis
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    A GEM HUGE, 4-1/4" CLASSIC Lee Creek Carcharocles chubutensis, a C. megalodon predecessor - upper jaw Principal Anterior tooth. LC006 is an absolute monster sized Chubutensis tooth. This tooth was found in the Pungo River Formation (middle Miocene age). Note that the crown exhibits small cusplike bumps at the base of the serrated edge and the root ends also show grooves where the teeth interlocked. These are characteristic traits of the Lee Creek early Meg - C. chubutensis. A gorgeous light tan colored crown with an excellent tan bourlette. The bourlette is 100% complete. No enamel peel. The serrations are long, razor sharp, and essentially complete including a good tip serration. Highest quality enamel! The root is an excellent light tan color and complete. An exceptionally large Chubutensis collector's tooth. NO repair! The BEST of the BEST! One of my favorites. It will be difficult to find another early Meg like this one.

    LC006    Size: 4-1/4"   (3-11/16" W)

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  9. Paraisurus macrorhiza
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    A GEM Paraisurus macrorhiza, an extremely rare and exotic Lamniforme fossil shark tooth. Extremely rare to find a rooted specimen!The best that you will find. Cretaceous age from Russia. For the rare tooth collector! The BEST of the BEST!

    R101         Size: 1"

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  10. Asterocidaris bistriata
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    A rare, incredibly preserved Asterocidaris bistriata, a fossil club echinoid. The specimen is fully inflated. nicely articulated, and complete with spines - a very aesthetic display. This fantastic echinoid is middle Jurassic period from from Bouleman, Middle Atlas Mts., Morocco. A very special collector item and a fastastic display piece. NO repair! The BEST of the BEST!

    M2041

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  11. Carcharocles megalodon
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    The July Fossil of the Month is a TOP QUALITY, LARGE Megalodon tooth - upper jaw anterior tooth from Borrell Creek, So. Carolina. Note - This site produces a small number of teeth with copper-red colors with quality similar to the best teeth from the No. Carolina copper-red site. This tooth has a fantastic copper-red crown with high quality enamel and an extra large dark brown colored bourlette. The bourlette is perfect. Exceptional color. The serrations are sharp and essentially complete. Root is nicely articulated and complete. Excellent colors. NO repair! A GORGEOUS copper-red Megalodon tooth which is near perfect. I only have one of these teeth. Priced to sell! A Shark Week special! SC028 Size: 4-5/8" (3-3/8" W) Learn More
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  12. Carcharocles megalodon 
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    An incredible TOP QUALITY, EXTRA LARGE Megalodon upper jaw PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth from So. Carolina. Another February Fossil of the Month (FOTM).  A fantastic charcoal gray colored crown. Highest quality enamel. The bourlette is black and 70% complete. The serrations are razor sharp with a good tip serration. Exceptional serrations for a big Meg. The root is complete and extra wide (4-13/16" W). Excellent symmetry. This is an excellent big Meg. Weighs 1.2 lbs. 100% natural. NO repair! AN EXCEPTIONAL BIG collector's MEG from So. Carolina. MUSEUM QUALITY. The BEST of the BEST!  There are not too many BIG, top quality Megalodon teeth (no repair) to go around!   

    SC003 BoP       SIZE: 6"+  (4-13/16'' W)

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  13. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM, ~5" Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth - an upper jaw A1 PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. This is the finest Lee Creek Meg that I have. The BEST of the BEST!

    LC100          Size: 4-7/8" (3-5/16" W)

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  14. Hexanchus andersoni
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    GEM, rare lower jaw tooth.  Excellent color. My BEST Sharktooth Hill Hexachus to offer. One of the most difficult Hexanchus teeth to find! Perfect tooth. Museum Quality.

    ST601          SIZE: 1-1/4"  Wide

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  15. Carcharocles megalodon
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    An incredible Top Quality Megalodon tooth from Georgia and a June 2018 Fossil of the Month. The crown has a fantastic charcoal gray with light gray and black serrations. The crown also has a very unique wide” spade-like” shape. The enamel is the Highest Quality; glass-like with few hydration cracks! An exceptional, extra large black bourlette – nearly perfect. Razor sharp serrations including an exceptional tip serration. Nearly perfect serrations! The root is nicely articulated, brown colored, and complete. This Georgia Meg is very special – a real “looker”. Definitely a Miocene age Meg tooth with small Chubutensis like bumps at the base of the crown and grooves along the edge of the root lobes. Note - these Georgia Megs are fantastic - essentially no sign of wear and excellent preservation. You would think that these Georgia teeth were collected from a land site with the degree of perfection that they exhibit. A near Perfect Meg tooth. An exceptional collector's Megalodon tooth from Georgia. Authenticity guaranteed. Exceptional eye appeal! My of my favorites!

    G109 BoP           Size: 4-7/8"

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  16. Araucaria mirabilis
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    A GEM, EXTRA LARGE rare Araucaria mirabilis pine cone half specimen from Argentina.    

    X301 BoP      Size: 4-3/8"

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  17. Tyrannosaurus rex
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    An EXTRA LARGE, GEM Tyrannosaurus rex tooth. This crown measures 2-3/4" and is thick (1"). The GEM quality T-Rex  teeth are very rare. The enamel is the highest quality. Exceptional anterior and posterior serrations. One natural crack, but no break. T-Rex was the apex during the late Cretaceous with massive teeth capable of crushing its prey. See the detailed description to determine how to tell a real T-Rex tooth! Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Butte Co., So. Dakota.

    DT03          SIZE: 2-3/4" (1" W)

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  18. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A 2nd May 2016 Fossil of the Month is a GEM light brown colored "Picture" Megalodon - PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. Fantastic colors - a mix of light brown, reddish brown, some blue and charcoal highlights. Highest quality enamel - glass-like surface with no hydration cracks. The finest enamel preservation - very rare! A very nice deep brown bourlette - 100% complete. Razor sharp serrations including an excellent tip serration. The root is incredible - a medium brown, nicely articulated, and complete with no hydration cracks on the display side. One of the finest preserved Megalodon teeth that I have seen. An exceptional collector's Megalodon tooth from a new Georgia site. A PERFECT "Picture" Megalodon tooth. BEST of the BEST!

    G108  BoP       Size: 4-9/16"

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  19. Carcharocles chubutensis
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    An EXTRA LARGE, TOP QUALITY, classic Lee Creek Chubutensis tooth (predecessor of Megalodon) - upper jaw ANTERIOR tooth. Another December 2017 Fossil fo the Month.This Chubutensis has an incredible light gray colored crown with fades to a golden tan. The bourlette is essentially complete and a great light brown color. Highest quality enamel with a no hydration cracks. Exceptional color! The serrations are razor sharp - near perfect with a needle-like tip serration. The root is an excellent light tan color and absolutely complete. This Chubutensis was found in the Pungo River Formation, Lee Creek mine, NC (Miocene age = 14.5 MYA). NO repair! Authenticity guaranteeed. One of the finest examples of a classic Lee Creek Megs considering the shape, color, and preservation. Incredible size and eye appeal. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! 

    LC024            Size: 3-7/16"

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  20. Desmostylus herperus                           
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    An EXTRA LARGE, very rare Desmostylus tooth from Sharktooth Hill with a large root structure! The extra large chewing surface is incredibly preserved. This is an incredibly sized, complete tooth.  Excellent preservation and gorgeous color. Museum Quality specimen!  

    ST1042                 SIZE: 2-5/8" H (2-3/4" W)

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  21. Carcharodontosaurus saharicus
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    A GEM Carcharodontosaurus tooth. Gorgeous deep RED color! Highest quality enamel with an incredible red patina. Exceptional quality and preservation. Excellent anterior and posterior serrations. Excellent growth waves near cutting edge. No cracks! No restoration. Museum Quality tooth.

    M1213     Size: 2-1/16"   (1-1/16" W)

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  22. Carcharocles megalodon      
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    The December week #3 Fossil of the Month is an ultra rare, HIGH QUALITY Carcharocles megalodon - upper jaw anterior tooth from Morocco. It has an exceptional tan colored crown with an excellent brown bourlette - 90% complete. High quality enamel with small hydration cracks. Sharp serrations with a rounded tip serration. The root is orange and nicely articulated with essentially no hydration cracks. Note - you rarely see a Moroccan Meg that has a high quality crown, bourlette, root and, serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! Definitely, one of the finest Moroccan Megalodon teeth that I have seen! A difficult Megalodon tooth to find for a collection. The BEST of the BEST. M070 SIZE: 3-3/16" Learn More
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  23. Gomphotherium
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    A rare, GEM Miocene Gomphotherium molar. Our 2nd October 2017 Fossil of the Month. Incredible preservation with a full root. An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. Exceptional unerupted cusps with fantastic detail and color. The root is extra large, fully articulated and complete. Well fossilized. Weighs 1.5 lbs+. No damage. No repair. My finest Gomp teeth. Museum quality. An exceptional display piece. Authenticity guaranteed. Best of the BEST!

    X611 BoP         Size: 3-1/2" x 2-1/2" W x 4-1/4" H

    Name: Gomphotherium

    Location: Broad River, Beaufort Co., SC

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  24. Parotodus benedeni                    
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    A very rare, TOP QUALITY Parotodus benedeni tooth from Lee Creek mine, No. Carolina. AN EXCEPTIONAL, Rare Collector's tooth! The BEST of the BEST! When was the last time you saw a top quality, large LC Beni? A very special, rare collector's tooth. My last one!   

    LC108            Size: 2-5/8"

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  25. Carcharocles megalodon
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    An ultra rare, top quality 5-5/8" Sharktooth Hill Megalodon tooth. A location that produces very few large Megalodon teeth and one of the toughest Megs to locate. Note - the interlocking indentations along the side of the root lobes. This characteristic is only seen in the early to middle Miocene Megs - very unique!  A Museum quality specimen. No repair! You will not see these middle Miocene Sharktooth Hill Megs from Bakersfield, California very often!  One of the rarest Megs! A collection piece from the old days.

    ST452              Size: 5-5/8"

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  26. Orthoceras sp.
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    An incredible, EXTRA LARGE polished Orthoceras plate showing the intricate internal chamber structure. More than twelve Orthoceras specimens exposed. Largest Orthoceras is 13-1/2" in length. A museum quality extra large Orthoceras plate. An incredible display piece!     Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    M2021           Size: 12" x 19"

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  27. Carcharocles megalodon
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    The my last July 2017 Fossil of the Month is a GEM 4-11/16" Megalodon - upper jaw ANTERIOR tooth. Fantastic colors - gray enamel and a jet black bourlette. Highest quality enamel - glass-like surface. The finest enamel preservation - very rare! An exceptional black bourlette - near complete. Razor sharp serrations including an exceptional tip serration. Serrations are just about perfect. The root is incredible - a medium brown, nicely articulated, and complete with very small hydration cracks on the display side. An exceptional collector's Megalodon tooth from Georgia. A near "PERFECT" Georgia Megalodon tooth. BEST of the BEST!

    SC009          Size: 4-11/16"

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  28. Carcharodontosaurus saharicus
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    A VERY RARE Carcharodontosaurus toe claw.  Extra large size. Excellent condition and preservation. A killer claw!  Note - poor photos replaced.

    M1207     Size: 3-5/8"

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  29. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM, Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth. It has an exceptional, rare dark BLUE colored crown with an exceptional hazel brown bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Exceptional color! This tooth is from an old collection. A fine examples of a colorful classic upper jaw anterior Lee Creek Megs considering the shape, color, and preservation. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days at Lee Creek mine! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST! One of the finest dark Blue LC Megs that I have seen. Definitely one of my favorites.

    LC052           Size: 3-5/8"

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  30. Carcharocles megalodon 
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    A FOTM is back. A GREEN TOP QUALITY, EXTRA LARGE Megalodon upper jaw PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth from the So. Edisto River, So. Carolina. A fantastic green colored crown with tan color approaching the tip, and the serration color fades to a charcoal gray color. Very cool colors! High quality enamel. The bourlette is brown.The serrations show some wear, and are essentially complete with a good tip serration. Very good serrations for a big Meg. The root is nicely articulated with a nice brown color. Excellent symmetry. This is an excellent big Meg. Weighs more than 1 lb. NO repair! AN EXCEPTIONAL BIG GREEN MEG from So. Edisto River. MUSEUM QUALITY. The BEST of the BEST! Be sure to see all of our Fossil Tooth of the Month selections!

    SC064                 SIZE: 6-1/4" (4-1/2'' W)

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  31. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A Top Quality, 4-1/2" Classic Peruvian Early Megalodon tooth. Our 2nd February 2017 Fossil of the Month. This Megalodon has an incredible tan colored crown with an excellent tan bourlette. Highest quality enamel. The bourlette is excellent and essentially complete. The serrations are extra large and razor sharp with an excellent tip serration. The root is an excellent reddish brown color and complete. This Megalodon was found in the Ocucate area of Peru (Miocene age). Note -  the "root ears"on the root, root wing grooves, the exceptionally large serrations, and Chubutensis-like humps at the base of the serrations - all Miocene traits. A top quality example of a classic Peruvian Miocene Megalodon tooth considering the shape, color, and preservation. An exceptional collector's tooth from the old days! Museum Quality Megalodon. One of the finest quality Peruvian Meg teeth that I have offered. Absolutely no repair!

    P002            Size: 4-1/2"

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  32. Carcharocles chubutensis
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    A GEM Lee Creek Carcharocles chubutensis, the C. megalodon tooth predecessor - upper jaw Principal Anterior tooth. It has an incredible tan colored crown with an exceptional tan bourlette. An exceptional collector's tooth. NO repair! The PERFECT Lee Creek Chubutensis! The BEST of the BEST!

    LC041             Size: 3-3/16" (2-3/4" W)

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  33. Reboulicidaris rebouli
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    A rare, incredibly preserved Reboulicidaris rebouli, a fossil club echinoid. The specimen is fully inflated. nicely articulated, and complete with prickly spines - a very aesthetic display. This fantastic echinoid is lower Jurassic period from from Amellago, Middle Atlas Mts., Morocco. A very special collector item and a fantastic display piece. NO repair! The BEST of the BEST!

    M2044

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  34. Hexanchus gigas   - Symphyseal Tooth
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    GEM Hexanchusultra rare lower jaw symphyseal tooth - female shark. Excellent brown and tan colors - best preservation.  All cusps are complete and not damaged. Complete root. Essentially matrix free. No repair. An incredible collector's Chilean Hexanchus tooth. Museum Quality. Very Rare. Best of the BEST!                    

    C402L                    SIZE:  3/4" W

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  35. Greenland shark (Somniosus)
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    A GEM Greenland shark (Somniosus), an extremely rare and exotic fossil shark tooth. The best that you will find. Miocene age from Belgium. For the rare tooth collector! The BEST of the BEST!

    B530         Size: 1/2"    ( 3/8"W)

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  36. Carcharodon auriculatus (Megalodon ancestor)
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    The September 2015 "Fossil Shark Tooth of the Month" is an ultra rare, EXTRA LARGE, GEM Carcharocles auriculatus from the copper-red site in North Carolina. This a biggest top quality Anterior Auriculatus tooth tooth that I have seen from the copper-red site. The finest RED colored crown. The enamel is the highest possible quality. Extremely rare size. The serrations and tip are incredible - one serration damaged! A gorgeous North Carolina copper-red Auriculatus shark tooth, and an exceptional collector's tooth. Note - you rarely see a copper-red Auriculatus shark tooth that has a top quality crown, root and serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! Museum quality. NO repair! The BEST of the BEST! NC102 SIZE: 3-3/4" Learn More
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