Cow Shark Teeth

Cow Shark Teeth

Buried Treasure Fossils offers Cow shark teeth for sale. These intricate fossil shark teeth are highly sought after by collectors. Both the Sixgill shark and Sevengill cow shark species are included. We offer an incredible selection of Hexanchus, Notorhynchus, Notidanidon, and Weltonia cow shark teeth for sale including rare symphyseal teeth. Authenticity guaranteed.

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  1. Hexanchus collinsonae - Muddy Creek
    $925.00

    An ultra rare, 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 symphyseal tooth (female species) with 8 primary cusps. Exceptional color and preservation. This is an Early Eocene (Ypresian) age, Nanjemoy Formation tooth. A special collector's rare Cow shark tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    MC951         Size: 1/4"

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

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  2. Hexanchus griseus - Maryland
    $925.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, ultra rare Top Quality Hexanchus griseus tooth - a Sixgill Cow shark, from the Randle's Cliff, Maryland. A June Fossil of the Month. A rare lower jaw symphyseal tooth with 11 primary cusps - male species. This tooth has an excellent brown color with a brown root. Great color and preservation. This is a Miocene age, Calvert Formation tooth. An excellent ultra rare collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    MD423         Size: 1"

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

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  3. Hexanchus griseus - Peru
    $895.00

    An Ultra Rare, Hexanchus griseus symphyseal tooth from the Sacaco area of Peru. A March Fossil of the Month. This is the nicest complete lower jaw symphyseal (center) tooth that I have seen. Superb preservation and color. Eleven very large and sharp primary cusps. Perfect cusps! An excellent essentially complete root. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality rare collector's tooth. Unfortunately there are no more teeth coming from this site. This is an incredibly rare collector's tooth from an old collection.

    P751          Size: 3/4" (wide)

    Note - Adding 9 new Peruvian Hexanchus teeth in March 2022 ->  Link to Hexanchus Teeth 

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  4. Hexanchus sp.
    $750.00

    An ULTRA RARE, Top Quality, rare lower jaw tooth from Hexanchus sp. from Nye Mudstone, Oregon. A February Fossil of the Month. Excellent brown color. Ten perfect primary cusps. Found in the Nye Mudstone Fm., Miocene age. An incredibly rare Hexanchus tooth! Authenticity guaranteed. Museum quality. Perfect tooth. I have never seen a Hexanchus tooth from Oregon.

    OR01       SIZE: 1-1/2"  (wide)  

    Note - Adding 4 Cow shark teeth from Oregon in February 2022.     Link to Oregon Cow shark teeth.

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  5. Protoheptranchias lowei symphyseal
    $750.00

    A Very Rare, Top Quality (Gem) Protoheptranchias lowei symphyseal tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. An August Fossil of the Month. This is a new genius from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A unique species of Hexanchiforme shark. The crown is complete with 5 cusplets and the root is complete.  High quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. Perfect tooth. The symphyseal is always a rare position tooth to find and from a rare locality!

    CD72              SIZE: 3/16"  Wide 

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to all Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  6. Notorynchus primigenius
    $675.00

    An ultra rare Top Quality, lower jaw symphyseal (center) Notorynchus primigenius, Seven-gill Cow shark, tooth from Ungoza, Kazakhstan. An Oligocene (Rupelian) Cow shark. Kazakh N. primigenius teeth are quite rare and excellent examples are hard to locate. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A near Perfect tooth. One of the finest localities for Oligocene age shark teeth!

    K453           SIZE: 9/16"

    Note - Adding 30 Kazakh Notorhynchus teeth in April 2022.    Kazakhstan Notorhynchus Catalog

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  7. Notorynchus sp.
    $675.00

    An ultra rare Top Quality, lower jaw symphyseal (center) Notorhychus sp., Seven-gill Cow shark, tooth from Katchar, Kazakhstan. An unusual undescribed Eocene (Priabonian) Cow shark species. Kazakh N. species teeth are quite rare and excellent examples are hard to locate. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A Perfect tooth. One of the finest localities for Eocene age shark teeth!

    K451           SIZE: 1/2"

    Note - Adding 30 Kazakh Notorhynchus teeth in April 2022.    Kazakhstan Notorhynchus Catalog

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  8. Hexanchus collinsonae - Muddy Creek
    $625.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality Hexanchus collinsonae tooth, a Sixgill Cow shark, from the Muddy Creek / Fisher - Sullivan site, Virginia.  A lower jaw symphyseal tooth (male species) with 6 primary cusps. Exceptional color and preservation. This is an Early Eocene (Ypresian) age, Nanjemoy Formation tooth. A special collector's rare Cow shark tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    MC952         Size: 1/4"+

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

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  9. Hexanchus andersoni
    $625.00

    An ULTRA RARE, Top Quality lower jaw sympyseal tooth from Hexanchus andersoni from Sharktooth Hill area, near Bakersfield, California. Male shark. A "Fire Zone" tooth. A February Fossil of the Month. Excellent red & brown colors. Eight perfect primary cusps. One of the most difficult Hexanchus teeth to find! Authenticity guaranteed. Museum quality. Perfect tooth. 

    ST601         SIZE: 3/4"  (wide)  

    Note - Adding 11 Hexanchus andersoni teeth in February 2022.     Link to Hexanchus andersoni teeth.

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  10. Hexanchus microdon symphyseal
    $550.00

    A Very Rare, High Quality Hexanchus microdon symphyseal tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. An August Fossil of the Month. This is a species from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A species of Hexanchiforme shark. The crown is complete (5+ cusps!) and the root is complete. High quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. The symphyseal is always a rare position tooth to find and from a rare locality!

    CD57              SIZE: 3/16" Wide

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  11. Notidanodon pectinatus
    $500.00

    A Very Rare, Top Quality Notidanodon pectinatus tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada. An August Fossil of the Month. This genius is from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A unique species of Hexanchiforme shark. The crown is complete with 8 cusplets (1 damaged) and the root is complete (cracked).  High quality enamel. No repair. A very difficult tooth to locate and an excellent collector's tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. This incredible specimen is from a 20 year old collection. A very special tooth.

    CD101             SIZE: 3/4"  Wide 

    Note - Adding 64 Hornby Island deep water shark teeth.   ->   Link to all Hornby Island shark teeth.

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  12. Hexanchus gigas   - Chile
    $500.00

    An Ultra Rare, Hexanchus griseus symphyseal tooth from the Caldera Basin of Chile. A May Fossil of the Month. This is complete lower jaw symphyseal tooth from a very large and rare male shark. Superb preservation and color. Seven very large and sharp primary cusps. An excellent complete root. Note - there is a crack, but most likely no break. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality rare collector's tooth. Unfortunately there are no more teeth coming from this site. This is a piece from an old collection. Great eye appeal!

    C401L          Size: 1" W  (7/8" H)

    Note - Adding 22 new Chilean Hexanchus teeth in May 2021 ->  Link to Hexanchus Teeth 

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