Rare Shark Teeth Species

Rare Shark Teeth Species

Buried Treasure Fossils offers a nice selection of rare fossil shark teeth for sale. These rare shark species include Parotodus (False Mako shark), Giant Thresher shark teeth, serrated Thresher shark teeth, Somnisus (Greenland shark), etc. These teeth are rare fossil shark teeth are seldom seen for sale! Authenticity guaranteed.

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  1. 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. A complete symphyseal tooth!

    CD57              SIZE: 3/16" Wide

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

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  2. 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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  3. Edestus heinrichi
    $495.00

    very rare, Top Quality Edestus heinrichi shark tooth, from Herrin, Illinois. An October Fossil of the Month. This is a Paleozoic shark that lived in swamps that our now underground coal deposits. Two crown specimen. Excellent preservation and serrations. Extra large root size! 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. Shark recreation image is credited to Julio Lacerdo. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. Crown tops are repaired. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    I03             SIZE: 1-1/2"   (Root length 6-1/4")

    Adding 11 Edestus shark specimens in October 2021.    Link to Edestus shark.

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  4. Parotodus benedeni - Georgia
    $495.00

    An ultra rare, Top Quality Parotodus benedeni lateral tooth with a massive root from the St. Mary's River, Georgia. A Miocene age tooth from the Hawthorne Fm.  An excellent red & gray colored tooth! High quality enamel with sharp edges. Root is massive, complete, nicely articulated, and has essentially no hydration crack. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A very difficult tooth to locate from a loction that produces few Parotodus teeth. You never see top quality Parotodus teeth from the St. Mary's River. This is a very old collection piece.

    G152          SIZE: 2-3/8" 

    Note - Adding two rare Georgia Parotodus teeth in November 2021.    Link to Parotodus teeth.

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  5. Heptranchias sp
    $495.00

    An ULTRA RARE, Top Quality, rare lower jaw tooth from Heptranchias sp. from Misty, Oregon. A February Fossil of the Month. Excellent brown color. Seven perfect primary cusps. Found in the Keasy Fm., Oligocene age. An incredibly rare Heptranchias tooth! Authenticity guaranteed. Museum quality. Near perfect tooth. I have never seen a Heptranchias tooth from the US.

    OR03       SIZE: 3/8"  (wide)  

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

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  6. Hexanchus gigas   - Chile
    $475.00

    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. A large female shark. Superb preservation and color. Thirteen very sharp and primary cusps. An excellent root, but it is cracked. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality collector's tooth. Unfortunately there are no more teeth coming from this site. This is a piece from an old collection.

    C404L          Size: 7/8" W  (11/16" H)

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

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  7. Hexanchus sp.
    $475.00

    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. Six 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.

    OR02       SIZE: 3/4"  (wide)  

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

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  8. Rolfodon ludvigseni
    $450.00

    A Very Rare, Top Quality Rolfodon ludvigseni junvenile tooth from Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada.  This is a new genius of Frill shark from the Late Cretaceous deep water Northumberland Formation deposit. A unique species of Chlamydoselachiform shark, the Frill shark. (Note - the specimen is the size and character of the extremely rare Chlamydoselachus balli, but it lacks the two small acessory cusps that reside between the main cusps.)  These teeth exhibit classic Frill shark design with a central cusp flanked by two lateral cusps. The crown is near complete with damage to one cusp end and the root may complete or may be missing some root end. Highest 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. An excellent Frill shark specimen!

    CD94              SIZE: 3/16"  Wide 

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

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  9. Otodus aksuaticus (Partial serrated)
    $450.00

    very rare, early Otodus aksuaticus upper jaw, anterior tooth from Aktulagay, western Kazakhstan. A transitional tooth leading to C. auriculatus (see detailed discussion below) which leads to Megalodon. A November Fossil of the Month. The bourlette is complete. Tooth exhibits small serrations along the lower 1/2 of the crown and fine serrations to the tip. These teeth exhibit very good color, gloss, and preservation. A rare, early Eocene Auriculatus transition tooth. A very challenging tooth to find when building a Megalodon evolutionary set! No repair. Authenticity guaranteed. This western Kazakhstan site is one of the few places in the world where the Otodus to Auriculatus transition can be found in adjacent layers. Note - This is my last offering of Aktluagay teeth.

    K541         SIZE: 2-5/16"

    Note - Adding 19 Kazakh Auriculatus or transition teeth in November 2021. -->  Link to Kazakh Auriculatus teeth.

     

     

     

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  10. Edestus heinrichi
    $450.00

    very rare, Top Quality Edestus heinrichi shark tooth with three crowns, from Herrin, Illinois. This is a Paleozoic shark that lived in swamp that our now underground coal deposits. Excellent preservation, serrations, and serration detail. Note - this tooth is on it's original Anna Shale Fm. matrix. 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. Shark recreation image is credited to Julio Lacerdo. These rare teeth are Pennsylvanian age from Illinois. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    I02          SIZE:  1-5/8"   (2-3/4" root)   Matrix size:  4-1/2" x 3-1/2" 

    Adding 14 Edestus shark specimens in January 2023.    Link to Edestus shark.

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  11. Parotodus benedeni                                
    $425.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, very rare, Parotodus benedeni lateral tooth with a massive root from the Whale Branch, So. Carolina. A Miocene age tooth from the Hawthorne Fm. High quality enamel with sharp edges and a sharp tip. Root is complete, nicely articulated, and a typical hydration crack. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A difficult tooth to locate.

    SC861              SIZE: 2-3/4" 

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  12. Hexanchus gigas   - Chile
    $425.00

    An Ultra Rare, Hexanchus griseus symphyseal tooth from the Caldera Basin of Chile. This is complete lower jaw symphyseal tooth. A female shark. Superb preservation and color. Twelve very sharp and primary cusps. An excellent root - very unique & difficult to find! Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality collector's tooth. Unfortunately there are no more teeth coming from this site. This is a piece from an old collection.

    C405L          Size: 11/16"  (9/16" H)

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

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