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. Basilosaurus cetoides (Archaeocete whale)
    $1,550.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Basilosaurus cetoides, an Archaeocete whale tooth found in the Flint River, GeorgiaAn exceptional molar tooth (see photo for tooth positions). A July Fossil of the Month. An excellent green colored crown and brown root. Nicely articulated. Incredible preservation!  Note - the enamel tip shows absolutely no wear pattern on crown. Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. An Eocene age tooth (35 MYA).  No repair or restoration. A fantastic Archaeocete tooth from the Flint River, Georgia.  A very rare collector's tooth from an old collection. Perfect tooth!

    G1002       SIZE: 2-7/8" 

    Note - Adding a collection of 27 Basilosaurus teeth from Florida and Georgia in July 2023.   Link to Basilosaurus teeth.

     

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  2. Basilosaurus cetoides (Archaeocete whale)
    $895.00

    An EXTRA LARGE TOP QUALITY, very rare Basilosaurus cetoides, an Archaeocete whale tooth found in the Suwanee River, Suwanee Co., FloridaAn excellent canine tooth (see photo for tooth positions). A July Fossil of the Month. An excellent brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Note - enamel tip shows a wear pattern on crown. Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. An Eocene age tooth (35 MYA).  No repair or restoration. A great Archaeocete tooth from the Suwanee River, Florida.  A very rare collector's tooth from an old collection.  A massive canine tooth!

    F1001       SIZE: 5-1/16"  (1-1/2" wide)

    Note - Adding a collection of 27 Basilosaurus teeth from Florida and Georgia in July 2023.   Link to Basilosaurus teeth.

     

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  3. Carcharomodus escheri                
    $350.00

    A rare Top Quality Carcharomodus escheri, a "serrated Mako" shark tooth - upper jaw anterior tooth from the "De Kuilen" sand pit, Mill, The Netherlands. A July Fossil of the Month. The Carcharomodus escheri  was named as a new genus in 2015 based upon a crenulated cutting edge ("wavy serrations"), slender & distally inclined crown, and side cusplets. This is a "Blue" layer tooth which are know for the highest preservation and best color - rarely seen outside of Europe. This tooth has excellent color and preservation. Sharp cutting edge. Two side cusplets. The age is late Miocene (approx. 6-8 million years ago). An excellent rare collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. Perfect tooth. A difficult tooth to source.

    N003        SIZE: 1-3/4"

    Note - Adding 17 Netherlands Carcharomodus escheri teeth in July 2023.  Link to Netherlands Escheri teeth

     

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  4. Heptranchias karagalensis
    $550.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality Heptranchias karagalensis, Sharpnose Sevengill shark tooth from Usak, Kazakhstan. A June Fossil of the Month. This lower jaw tooth has 8 primary cusps. An Eocene (Priabonsian), Adaj Fm. Cow shark species. The Kazakh Heptranchias karagalensis teeth are extremely rare and excellent examples are hard to locate. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Near perfect tooth. Old collection material. The Heptranchias teeth from Kazakhstan shark teeth were never commercially available!

    K475          SIZE: 11/16"

    Note - Adding 18 Rare Kazakh Hexanchus & Heptranchias  teeth in June 2023.    Kazakhstan Hexanchus teeth Catalog

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  5. Timurlengia euotica - Tyrannosaur tooth
    $1,350.00

    A Top Quality Timurlengia euotica tooth from the late Cretaceous (Turonian) in northern Central Asia. A June Fossil of the Month. Timurlengia was discovered in 2016 in the Bissekty Fm  (90 MYA), and it filled a gap in the Tyrannosaur family ancestry. This tooth measures 1-1/2" - an excellent Tyrannosaur tooth. The enamel is high quality with excellent color. Excellent anterior and posterior serrations. Serrated to the tip. Wide base at 5/8". No cracks, repair or restoration. Found in the Kyzylkum Desert, Uzbekistan. Authenticity guaranteed. A very rare and special collector's tooth. 

    DY31         SIZE: 1-1/2"   (5/8" wide)

    Note - Added 18 new Tyrannosaur teeth in June 2023.       Link to Tyrannosaur teeth catalog.

     

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  6. Tyrannosaur tooth
    $1,350.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Tyrannosaur tooth from the late Cretaceous (Campanian) in northern North America. Please note that this tooth could AlbertosaurusGorgosaurus or Daspletosaurus - see Detailed Discussion below. A June Fossil of the Month. This tooth measures 1-13/16" - an excellent Tyrannosaur tooth. The enamel is high quality with excellent color. Excellent anterior and posterior serrations. Serrated to the tip. Wide base at 3/4". No cracks, repair or restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Horseshoe Canyon Fm. (Horsethief Member) , Alberta, Canada. Probably an excellent Albertosaurus tooth based on size and roundness of the tooth cross-section. Authenticity guaranteed. This is my of my best Albertosaurus teeth. A very special collector's tooth.  Disposition number: 000028-29

    DY21        SIZE: 1-13/16"   (3/4" wide)

    Note - Added 18 new Tyrannosaur teeth in June 2023.       Link to Tyrannosaur teeth catalog.

     

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  7. Tyrannosaur tooth
    $1,150.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Tyrannosaur premax tooth from the late Cretaceous (Campanian) in northern North America. Please note that this tooth could AlbertosaurusGorgosaurus or Daspletosaurus - see Detailed Discussion below. A June Fossil of the Month. This premax (front) tooth measures 1-5/8" - an excellent Tyrannosaur tooth. The enamel is high quality with excellent color. This is a rare fully serrated premax tooth with large serrations. Serrated to the tip. Base cross-section is D shaped. Wide base at 13/16". No cracks, repair or restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Horseshoe Canyon Fm. (Horsethief Member) , Alberta, Canada. Probably an excellent Albertosaurus or Gorgorsaurus or Daspletosaurus tooth based on size and roundness of the tooth cross-section. Authenticity guaranteed. This is largest fully serrated premax tooth that I have seen. A very special collector's tooth.  Disposition number: 000028-29

    DY22        SIZE: 1-5/8"   (13/16" wide)

    Note - Added 18 new Tyrannosaur teeth in June 2023.       Link to Tyrannosaur teeth catalog.

     

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  8. Otodus megalodon Indonesia
    $3,200.00

    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 excellent tan colored tooth with orange highlights and mottled brown colored bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Exceptional color!  The bourlette is large and 100% complete. The serrations are razor sharp and complete with an excellent "needle-like" tip serration. Exceptional serrations. The root is excellent with no erosion. Miocene Age. No repair or restoration. Authenticity Guaranteed. A very special color collector's Meg tooth. The Perfect Indonesian Meg tooth.

    IN09        Size: 5-1/2"    (4-1/8" wide)

    Note - Adding 15 Top Quality Indonesian Megalodon Teeth in June 2023. -> Link To TQ Indonesian Megs

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  9. Otodus megalodon Indonesia
    $2,750.00

    A rare, High Quality Megalodon - upper jaw anterior tooth from West Java, Indonesia - new site. A June Fossil of the Month. This Megalodon has an excellent tan colored tooth with light brown highlights and a red-brown colored bourlette. Highest quality enamel. Exceptional color!  The bourlette is large and 100% complete. The serrations are razor sharp and near complete with an excellent tip serration. Perfect serrations. The root is exceptional - complete with no erosion. Miocene Age. No repair or restoration. Authenticity Guaranteed. A special collector's Meg tooth. The PERFECT Indonesian Megalodon.

    IN28        Size: 5-3/16"    

    Note - Adding 15 Top Quality Indonesian Megalodon Teeth in June 2023. -> Link To TQ Indonesian Megs

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  10. Edestus heinrichi
    $5,250.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, ultra rare, Top Quality Edestus heinrichi, a near complete whorl with six crowns from Herrin, Illinois. A June Fossil of the Month. This is a Paleozoic shark that lived in swamp that our now underground coal deposits. Exceptional preservation, serrations, and serration detail. The Edestus shark would have an upper and lower tooth whorl that are vertically opposed. Research showed that they could use their opposing teeth in a scissor-like motion to cut prey. It is the first animal to cut vertically. A very strange looking and unique acting shark. This whorl is incredibly massive at 9-1/4" long and 2-3/4" height. The whorl body is incredibly perserved and is thick (1-1/16") and quite heavy. This whorl weighs 1+ pounds. The crowns are extra large at 1-3/4" wide and look fantastic. This was a large Edestus shark. Note - Four crown tips were professionally repaired which is typical for a whorl. Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. Authenticity guaranteed. The Edestus shark recreation image is credited to Julio Lacerdo. The Edestus whorls are extremely rare. This is a fantastic display piece. 

    I01    Whorl size:  9-1/4" length x 2-3/4" height  (1-1/16" thick)  Tooth size:  1-3/4" wide   

    Adding 1 Edestus whorl in June 2023.    Link to Edestus shark.

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  11. Cretoxyrhina mantelli
    $350.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Cretoxyrhina mantelli tooth, the Ginsu shark, from Gove Co., Kansas. A June Fossil of the Month. An excellent example of this Cretaceous shark. Authenticity guaranteed. Near Perfect tooth.

    KS001            SIZE: 2-1/8

    Note - Adding 10 new Cretoxyrhina mantelli teeth in June 2023.    Link to Kansas Cretoxyrhina teeth

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  12. Cretoxyrhina mantelli
    $295.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Cretoxyrhina mantelli tooth, the Ginsu shark, from Gove Co., Kansas. A June Fossil of the Month. An excellent example of this Cretaceous shark. Authenticity guaranteed. Near Perfect tooth.

    KS002            SIZE: 1-15/16"

    Note - Adding 10 new Cretoxyrhina mantelli teeth in June 2023.    Link to Kansas Cretoxyrhina teeth

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