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. Carcharocles megalodon
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    A Rare, Top Quality Classic Peruvian Megalodon tooth from the Ocucate area of Peru (Miocene age) with great color. An August Fossil of the Month. This Megalodon has an incredible light brown colored crown. The bourlette is a white color and the root is a nice white & tan color and complete. Great color! High quality enamel. The bourlette is excellent and 100% complete. The serrations are razor sharp and 100% complete with an excellent tip serration. The root has a natural crack, but it does not extend through the crown. No break. This Megalodon was found in the Ocucate area of Peru (Miocene age). No repair or restoration.  A FANTASTIC Peruvian collector's tooth from the old days! Authenticity guaranteed. Perfect tooth. You do not see these teeth any more.

    P002          Size: 3-7/8"   

    Note- Posting 3 new Peruvian Megalodon teeth in August 2022.    Link to Peruvian Megalodon teeth

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  2. Carcharocles chubutensis
    $475.00

    A GEM QUALITY Chubutensis tooth from the Ica area of Peru - an upper jaw tooth. An August Fossil of the Month. An excellent dark tan colored crown with no peel. Highest quality enamel. Sharp serrations are 1oo5 complete with an excellent tip serration. Note - the short serration is pathologic - no damage. Very nice side cusps. The bourlette is orange color and 100% complete. The root is excellent orange color, nicely articulated, and complete. An incredibly colored, Peruvian Chubutensis tooth! No reapir or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Perfect tooth. 

    P031              SIZE: 2-1/16"

    Note - Link to Peruvian Chubutensis teeth

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  3. Carcharodon carcharias - Peru
    $575.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Great White tooth from the Ica region of Peru. An August Fossil of the Month. Upper jaw tooth. High quality enamel. A Tan & Light Blue colored crown with excellent serrations. Excellent color. There appears to be a natural crack in the center of the root, but it does not extend through the crown. No break. A desert shark from the deserts of Peru! No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You rarely see big GW teeth.  

    P201          SIZE: 2-3/4"

    Note - Adding 30 new Peruvian Great White teeth in August 2022 ->  Link to Peru GW Teeth

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  4. Carcharocles megalodon - Caribbean
    $3,750.00

    An ULTRA RARE, Top Quality 6-1/8" Caribbean Megalodon tooth - a lower jaw PRINCIPAL ANTERIOR tooth. An August 2022 Fossil of the Month offering. This Megalodon tooth has an incredible very light tan colored crown with charcoal highlights. Highest quality enamel with no hydration cracks. The bourlette is near white colored and complete. The Caribbean Megalodon teeth consistently offer the closest to white colored enamel. Fantastic color! The serrations are razor sharp and complete. Excellent serrations overall. The root is a light tan color and no hydration cracks. Note - this tooth has professional restoration on a saw cut 3/4" below the tip and a few pits filled on root (typical for these teeth). Otherwise a perfect tooth. Excellent symmetry. This Megalodon was found in a commercial limestone quarry in the Caribbean (Miocene age). This is an incredibly colored Caribbean Megalodon tooth. One of finest examples of an ultra rare Caribbean Megalodon tooth that is natural that I have seen. An exceptional, rare collector's Megalodon tooth! Museum Quality Megalodon. Authenticity guaranteed. Note - The limestone is sawed into thin blocks for extraction which totally destroys 99%+ of these Megalodon teeth. The teeth with minimal damage are restored for collectors. 

    CA01       SIZE: 6-1/8"   (4-1/4 W)

    Note - Three Caribbean Megalodon teeth posted in August 2022.  Link to Caribbean Megalodon teeth.

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  5. Notidanoides muensteri - Germany
    $600.00

    An EXTRA KARGE ultra rare, Top Quality early Cow shark (Notidanoides muensteri) - a lower jaw anterior tooth from Mohven, Germany. An August Fossil of the Month. A late Jurassic age tooth (Tithonian - 148 MYA). A special tooth for the very rare tooth collector! No repair or restoration. Near perfect tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. These teeth were found in many closed quarries.

    GR409         Size: 3/4"     On Hold

    Note - Adding 12 German Cow shark teeth in August 2022 -> Link to German Shark Teeth

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  6. Notorynchus primigenius - Germany
    $475.00

    An ultra rare, EXTRA LARGE early Top Quality Sevengill Cow shark (Notorhynchus primigenius) - a lower jaw symphyseal tooth from Nemuhle, Germany. An August Fossil of the Month. An early Oligocene age tooth (Rupelian - 32 MYA). An excellent tooth for the rare tooth collector! No repair or restoration. No repair or restoration. Near perfect tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. These teeth were found in many closed quarries.

    GR401          Size: 5/8" 

    Note - Adding 12 German Cow shark teeth in August 2022 -> Link to German Shark Teeth

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  7. Isurus hastalis (Carcharodon hastalis)
    $495.00

    A HUGE, Top Quality 3-5/16" Broad-tooth Mako shark tooth from So.Carolina. Commonly referred to as Isurus hastalis, but renamed to Carcharodon hastalis as a Great White shark ancestor. A July Fossil of the Month. An upper jaw anterior tooth. Highest quality enamel. A glossy blue & light gray colored crown. Very sharp cutting edges. An excellent root – very wide with small hydration cracks. No repair or restoration. An excellent collector's BIG Mako tooth! Authenticity guaranteed. My largest SC Mako tooth.

    SC301       SIZE: 3-5/16"   (2-3/16" wide)

    Adding 19 SC Isurus hastalis teeth in July 2022.   ->  Link to SC Isurus hastalis teeth

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  8. Carcharodon carcharias
    $1,350.00

    A HUGE 3" Top Quality Carcharodon carcharias, the Great White shark, tooth from So. Carolina. A July Fossil of the Month. An upper jaw anterior tooth. Highest quality enamel. A blue & tan colored enamel and a solid charcoal colored root. Fantastic color! Root is well preserved - very difficult to find in the Carolina GWs. Nice sharp serrations with a good tip serration. An EXCELLENT BIG Great White shark collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. You don't see them this large very often!

    SC901          SIZE: 3"

    Adding 14 So. Carolina Great White teeth in July 2022.  Link to SC Great White shark teeth.

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  9. Edmontosaurus
    $1,250.00

    A LARGE, Top Quality Edmontosaurus annectens toe from the late Cretaceous of North America. A July Fossil of the Month. Edmontosaurus is a very large hadrosaur or "duck-bill" dinosaur found in the Hell Creek formation. This is a non-associated set of toe bones from the outer toe (toe II - see diagram), and it consists of two toe bones (Phalanx 1 & 2) and a pes hoof core (ungual). Bone quality is excellent. These pieces are perfect including the exceptional pes ungual. No restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Powdwer River & Carter Co., Montana. An exceptional collector's quality Edmontosaurus toe.  Authenticity guaranteed.

    DH41     SIZE: 10-1/2" (combined length) ; Phalanx #1 4-7/8" ; Pes Ungual 3-3/4" (length) x 2-3/4"

    Note - Adding 17 Edmontosaurus toes / claws in July 2022.       Link to Edmontosaurus fossils catalog

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  10. Carcharocles auriculatus - So. Carolina
    $450.00

    A LARGE Top Quality Auriculatus tooth from Harleyville, So. Carolina. An excellent anterior tooth. A July Fossil of the Month. A great gray colored crown with a black colored bourlette, and a light gray colored root. Highest quality enamel. Excellent color & preservation. The serrations are large and razor sharp with an excellent tip. A pathologic wave along the serrated edge. Two excellent large side cusps. The root is complete and very well preserved. It is very hard to find these teeth in perfect condition. An excellent BIG collector's Harleyville Auriculatus tooth! Authenticity guaranteed. A near perfect tooth.

    SC404              SIZE: 3-3/16"   (2-5/8" wide)

    Note - Adding 12 Harleyville Auriculatus teeth in July 2022.     Link to the Harleyville Auriculatus teeth.

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  11. Tyrannosaurus rex
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    A rare, GEM Quality Tyrannosaurus rex tooth. This tooth is the first maxillary tooth which measures 2-3/8". A July Fossil of the Month. The enamel has exceptional color and patina with high gloss. The highest quality enamel. Excellent anterior and posterior serrations. No hydration cracks. The base cross-section is big oval. No doubt an adult T. rex tooth. 100% natural tooth. No repair or restoration. A top quality tooth specimen! 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., Carter Co., Montana. Authenticity guaranteed. An exceptional quality collector's T. rex tooth.

    DT01       SIZE: 2-3/8"   (Base width: 1-3/16" ; Base height: 7/8")

    Note - Adding 4 T. rex teeth in July 2022.      Link to T. rex teeth --> T. rex teeth

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  12. Triceratops Upper Beak
    $950.00

    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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