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  1. Tyrannosaurus rex
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    An EXTRA LARGE, GEM Tyrannosaurus rex tooth. This crown measures 3-1/2" and is extra thick (1-1/4"). The GEM quality 3"+ teeth are also the "holy grail" collector's T-Rex tooth. The enamel is the highest quality with a narrow strip of root etching. Exceptional anterior and posterior serrations. No cracks. 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.

    DT02          SIZE: 3-1/2"   (1-1/4" W)

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  2. 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  BoP        SIZE: 2-3/4" (1" W)

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  3. Tyrannosaurus rex
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    An EXTRA LARGE, GEM Tyrannosaurus rex tooth- a premaxillary (front) tooth . This crown measures 2-5/8 and is thick (1-1/8"). 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 breaks. 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.,Powder River Co., Montana.

    DT05          SIZE: 2-5/8" (1-1/8" W)

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  4. Tyrannosaurus rex
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    A VERY RARE rooted, High QualityTyrannosaurus rex tooth. This is an excellent rooted juvenile T-Rex rear tooth. Total length is is 2-1/4", the crown measures 3/4" and is thick 11/16". The rooted T-Rex  teeth are very rare. The enamel is good quality with some peeling. Fair anterior and posterior serrations with some wear. No cracks. 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., Garfield Co., Montana.

    DT12         SIZE: 2-1/4"  (3/4" Crown)  (~7/8" W)

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  5. Carcharocles megalodon      
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    An ultra rare, 4" GEM North Carolina Carcharocles megalodon - upper jaw tooth from the copper-red site. It has an exceptional copper-red colored crown with an exceptional dark brown bourlette - 100% complete. Razor sharp serrations with a needle-like tip serration. The root is complete and very nicely articulated. Note - you rarely see a copper-red Meg that has a top quality crown, bourlette, root and, serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! Definitely, one of the finest copper-red Megalodon teeth that I have seen! The BEST of the BEST!

    NC016          SIZE: 3-15/16" (3-1/4" W)

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  6. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A TOP QUALITY, 4-5/8" Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth - an lower jaw PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. This Meg has an incredible light tan colored crown with an excellent brown bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Excellent color! The bourlette is excellent and near perfect. The serrations are large and razor sharp - essentially perfect with an exceptional tip serration. Excellent serrations - razor sharp! The root is an excellent tan color and absolutely complete. Excellent anterior symmetry! This Megalodon was found in the Pungo Formation, Lee Creek mine, NC (Miocene age = 15 MYA). One of the finest examples of a classic lower 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 my favorites.

    LC055            Size: 4-5/8" (3-1/2" W)

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  7. 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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  8. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A GEM, 4-7/8"+" Classic Lee Creek Megalodon tooth - an upper jaw PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. This Meg has an incredible light tan and blue colored crown with an excellent brown bourlette. Highest quality enamel - complete! Exceptional color! The bourlette is excellent and complete! The serrations are large and razor sharp - perfect. An excellent tip serration. Exceptional serrations for a big Meg! The root is an excellent tan color and absolutely complete. This Megalodon was found in the Pungo River Formation, Lee Creek mine, NC (Miocene age = 15 MYA). This tooth is from an old collection. One of the finest examples of a 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 my favorites. It will be difficult to find another Meg like this one.

    LC057        Size: 4-7/8'+

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  9. 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
  10. Carcharodon megalodon
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    An ultra rare, GEM North Carolina Carcharocles megalodon. A gorgeous tooth from the copper-red site. It has an incredible copper-red colored crown. The enamel is the highest possible quality with small hydration cracks. A complete dark brown bourlette. Incredible serrations and tip - 100% complete. An exceptional dark brown root with essentially no hydration cracks. A gorgeous North Carolina copper-red Megalodon shark tooth. An exceptional collector's tooth. Note - you rarely see a copper-red Megalodon shark tooth that has a top quality crown, root and serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! The PERFECT copper-red Megalodon tooth. The finest quality copper-red Megalodon tooth that I have seen! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST! NC002 SIZE: 4-5/8" (3-7/8" W) Learn More
  11. Carcharodon megalodon
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    The October 2015 Week #2 FOTM is a rare, TOP QUALITY North Carolina Carcharocles megalodon. An excellent tooth from the copper-red site. It has an incredible copper-red colored crown. The enamel is the highest possible quality with small hydration cracks. A nice dark brown bourlette. Exceptional serrations and tip - one serration missing. Incredible condition for a big NC Meg. An excellent dark brown root, extra wide and slight damage on the reverse. Fantastic triangular shape. A gorgeous North Carolina copper-red Megalodon shark tooth. An exceptional collector's tooth. Note - you rarely see a copper-red Megalodon shark tooth that has a top quality crown, root and serrations - a top 1% tooth from this site! One of the finest quality copper-red Big Megalodon tooth that I have seen! NO repair! The BEST of the BEST. My largest remaining top quality copper-red Megalodon tooth!

    NC017               SIZE: 5-1/8" (4-9/16" W)

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  12. 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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