Fossil of the Month - Complete Listing

Fossil of the Month - Complete Listing

Buried Treasure Fossils features the "Fossil of the Month." A selection of incredible, top quality collector and investor teeth and other fossils rarely seen for sale. One-of-a-kind fossil items that may never be available again. The BEST of the BEST! Stayed tuned for a fantastic selection of top quality fossils including incredible Lee Creek Megalodon & Chubutensis teethBIG Megalodon teeth, GEM XL Chilean Great White shark teeth, an XL Peruvian Great White shark tooth, Dinosaur teeth (T-rex & Carcharodintosaurus), Mammoth teeth, fossil pine cones, trilobites, and much more. The "Best of Lee Creek" continues, but not for long. I am amazed at these teeth and other fossils. I hope that you find the special tooth or two that can highlight your collection! Authenticity guaranteed.

Megalodon teeth and other rare fossils: Fossil of the Month

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  1. Triceratops Upper Beak
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    A GEM Quality, rare Triceratops horridus upper beak (rostal) from the late Cretaceous of northern North America. A July Fossil of the Month. Triceratops was a large ceratopsian dinosaur found in the Hell Creek and Lance Creek formations which is know for three horns and a large frill protecting its neck. This juvenile upper beak has exceptional detail preserved and great color / patina. Complete specimen. Note - Triceratops has a beak formed by this upper rostal bone and the lower predentary bone. No repair or restoration. 100% natural specimen. Legally collected on private land in Powder River Co., Montana. Authenticity guaranteed. You rarely see these upper beaks and this one is exceptional.

    DC22         SIZE: 2-1/8" Wide x 1-3/4" Length

    Note - Adding 20 new Triceratops fossils in July 2022.       Link to Triceratops fossils catalog

     

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  2. Hexanchus collinsonae - Muddy Creek
    $495.00

    A rare, EXTRA LARGE Top Quality Hexanchus collinsonae tooth, a Sixgill Cow shark, from the Muddy Creek / Fisher - Sullivan site, Virginia. A June Fossil of the Month. A lower jaw tooth with 9 primary cusps. Exceptional color and preservation. This is an Early Eocene (Ypresian) age, Nanjemoy Formation tooth. A special collector's Cow shark tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    MC953         Size: 11/16"

    Note adding 15 Muddy Creek Cow shark teeth in June 2022.  --> Link to Muddy Creek Cow Shark teeth

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  3. Otodus megalodon Indonesia
    $2,450.00

    A rare, Top Quality Megalodon - upper jaw anterior tooth from West Java, Indonesia - new site. A June Fossil of the Month. This Megalodon has an incredible BLACK tooth with some light gray swirls and an excellent JET BLACK colored bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Excellent color! The bourlette is large and 98% complete. The serrations are razor sharp and complete with an excellent tip serration. Exceptional serrations. The root is excellent - nicely articulated and with few, very small shallow pits which is common for these Megs. Miocene Age. No repair or restoration. Authenticity Guaranteed. A special collector's tooth. The BEST BLACK MEG tooth!

    IN23        Size: 5-1/4"  (4-1/4" wide)

    Note - Adding 14 Top Quality Indonesian Megalodon Teeth in June 2022. -> Link To TQ Indonesian Megs

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  4. Notorynchus primigenus - Maryland
    $395.00

    A Top Quality Notorhynchus tooth - a Sevengill Cow shark, from the Randle's Cliff, Maryland. A June Fossil of the Month. A rare lower jaw symphyseal tooth with 9 primary cusps - female species. This tooth has an excellent blue - gray color with a tan root. Great color and preservation. This is an early Miocene age, Calvert Formation tooth. An excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    MD401         Size: 1/2"

    Note adding 23 Maryland Cow shark teeth in June 2022.  --> Link to Maryland Cow Shark teeth

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  5. Notorynchus primigenus - Maryland
    $395.00

    A Top Quality Notorhynchus tooth - a Sevengill Cow shark, from the Randle's Cliff, Maryland. A June Fossil of the Month. A rare lower jaw symphyseal tooth with 9 primary cusps - male species. This tooth has an excellent blue - gray color with a tan root. Great color and preservation. This is an early Miocene age, Calvert Formation tooth. An excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    MD402         Size: 1/2"

    Note adding 23 Maryland Cow shark teeth in June 2022.  --> Link to Maryland Cow Shark teeth

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  6. Nanotyrannus lancensis
    $2,450.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, TOP QUALITY Nanotyrannus lancensis tooth from the western US. A June Fossil of the Month. This tooth measures 2-3/16" (straight line). The enamel is very good quality. The anterior and posterior serrations are excellent. Wide base. No cracks. No repair or restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Powder River Co., Montana. Authenticity guaranteed.  An excellent collector's BIG Nano tooth.  Note - a Riker display frame is included. You rarely see these BIG Nano teeth!

    DN01       SIZE: 2-3/16" (Base: 7/8" x 1/2")

    Note - Adding 16 Nanotyrannus teeth in June 2022  ->  Link to Nano Teeth

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  7. Janassa bituminosa
    $525.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality Janassa bituminosa, an extinct primitive shark tooth, from the Paleozoic era in Nebraska. A May Fossil of the Month. Matrix free specimen - complete tooth! Great color. A very well preserved specimen. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An incredibly rare exceptional collector's tooth!  Note - This tooth is pictured in "A Pictorial Guide to Fossils" by Gerard R. Case; page 239.

    Age: Upper Pennsylvanian (295 MYA); Kanwaka Fm.

    Location: Cass Co., Nebraska

    Z005     SIZE: 1-3/16"

    Adding 55 US Paleozoic teeth in May 2022  -->  Link to US Paleozoic teeth

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  8. Orodus sp.
    $475.00

    An ultra rare EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Orodus sp., an extinct primitive shark tooth, from the Paleozoic era in Oklahoma. A May Fossil of the Month. Matrix free specimen. Great color with the dimples preserved. A very well preserved specimen. No repair or restoration. Note - right two end elements are currently not attached. Authenticity guaranteed. A rare excellent collector's tooth. The largest Orodus tooth that I have seen. A monster sized specimen! 

    Age: Upper Pennsylvanian (305 MYA); Nellie Bly Fm.

    Location: Seminole Co., Oklahoma

    Z006     SIZE: 2-3/4"

    Adding 55 US Paleozoic teeth in May 2022  -->  Link to US Paleozoic teeth

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  9. Polyrhizodus sp.
    $425.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality Polyrhizodus sp., an extinct primitive shark tooth, from the Paleozoic era in Kentucky. A May Fossil of the Month. Great color with an incredible rainbow iridescent scene on the crown. A well preserved specimen. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An exceptional rare collector's tooth! 

    Age: Upper Mississippian (330 MYA); Salem Limestone Fm.

    Location: Hardin Co., Kentucky

    Z036      SIZE: 13/16"

    Adding 55 US Paleozoic teeth in May 2022  -->  Link to US Paleozoic teeth

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  10. Allosaurus fragilis
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    A very rare Top Quality, Allosaurus fragilis toe claw (pes claw). A May Fossil of the Month. This Allosaurus toe claw measures 2-15/16". High quality bone. Great rich dark brown color. Excellent overall condition. Normal crack fill with a section of the upper rim of the articulated end rebuilt. Allosaurus was the apex predator during the late Jurassic. Legally collected on private land in the Morrison Fm., Thermopolis, Wyoming. Authenticity guaranteed. A special specimen! Note -  A Riker display frame is included.

    DL42         SIZE: 2-15/16"   (7/8" wide)

    Note - Adding 6 Allosaurus & other bones & claws in May 2022    Link to Dinosaur bones

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  11. Allosaurus fragilis
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    An incredible Top Quality, Allosaurus fragilis tooth. A May Fossil of the Month. This Allosaurus crown measures 1-9/16", and it is displayed on its Morrison Fm. matrix with a crocodile jaw bone. The enamel is highest quality. Great rich brown color. Exceptional posterior and anterior serrations. Excellent overall condition and serrations. No repair or restoration. Allosaurus was the apex predator during the late Jurassic with large teeth designed to slash predators. Legally collected on private land in the Morrison Fm., Bone Cabin Quarry, Como Bluff, Wyoming. Authenticity guaranteed. A rare big collector's tooth!  

    DL02         SIZE: 1-9/16"   (1" wide)

    Note - Adding 12 Allosaurus teeth in May 2022    Link to Allosaurus teeth

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  12. Camarasaurus
    $1,500.00

    An EXRA LARGE, Top Quality adult Camarasaurus tooth, a late Jurassic sauropod. A May Fossil of the Month. Camarasaurus had robust spoon shaped teeth to tear tough vegetation. The enamel is high quality. Great rich dark brown color. Excellent enamel articulation. No repair or restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Morrison Fm., Bone Cabin Quarry, Como Bluff, Wyoming. Authenticity guaranteed. A rare collector's tooth. Note - a Riker frame display is included.

    DL16         SIZE: 2-1/8"   (1" wide)

    Note - Adding 6 Jurassic sauropod teeth in May 2022    Link to Sauropod teeth

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