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)