Trigonotodus serratus - Serrated Thresher

Trigonotodus serratus - Serrated Thresher

Buried Treasure Fossils offersvery rare Trigonotodus serratus teeth for sale, the serrated Thresher shark. These Giant Alopias shark teeth are very rare and are of very quite difficult to locate. This tooth is early Miocene age from, Hertford Co., No. Carolina. An ultra rare collectors' tooth. Try finding one of these teeth! Have a look.

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  1. Alopias palatasi - Virginia
    $1,950.00

    An ultra rare, EXTRA LARGE Top Quality Alopias palatasi shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher, from the Pamunkey River, Virginia. A September Fossil of the Month. Nice copper red color. Excellent preservation and condition. A Miocene tooth. These teeth are not commonly found and seen. A rare collectors' tooth in high quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! Authenticity guaranteed. An extra large size red site tooth! I have seen less than ten in 30 years.

    VA31           SIZE: 2"+

    Posting 22 scarce Virginia shark teeth in September 2021.     Link to Virginia teeth.

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  2. Alopias palatasi - Virginia
    $1,250.00

    An ultra rare, LARGE Top Quality Alopias palatasi shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher, from the Pamunkey River, Virginia. A September Fossil of the Month. Nice copper red color. Excellent preservation and condition. A Miocene tooth. These teeth are not commonly found and seen. A rare collectors' tooth in high quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! Authenticity guaranteed. A large size red site tooth! I have seen less than ten in 30 years.

    VA32           SIZE: 1-11/16"

    Posting 22 scarce Virginia shark teeth in September 2021.     Link to Virginia teeth.

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  3. Alopias palatasi : Calvert Cliffs
    $925.00

    An ultra rare Alopias palatasi shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher, from Calvert Cliffs, Maryland. An August 2020 Fossil of the Month offering. Nice blue color. Serration are well developed. Very good preservation and condition.  These teeth are rarely found and seen. An ultra rare collectors' tooth in high quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! Authenticity guaranteed.    

    MD034           SIZE: 1-1/4"

    Posting six Giant Thresher shark teeth in August 2020.   Link to Thresher sharks. 

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  4. Alopias palatasi : No. Carolina        
    $875.00

    A High Quality Ultra Rare Alopias palatasi shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher shark from the Meherrin River copper red site in No. Carolina. An August 2020 Fossil of the Month offering. An excellent serrated tooth. Very good preservation and condition. This tooth is middle Miocene age, Hertford Co., NC. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An ultra rare collectors' tooth. Try finding one of these teeth!  I have seen less than six in 30 years.

    NC501          SIZE: 1-5/16"

    Posting six Giant Thresher shark teeth in August 2020.   Link to Thresher sharks.

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  5. Trigonotodus serratus    (Serrated Giant Thresher)       
    $0.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, ultra rare, GEM Trigonotodus serratus shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher from southern Virginia. Another January 2018 Fossil of the Month offering. Incredible preservation and condition. This tooth is middle Miocene age, York Co., VA. These teeth are rarely found and rarely seen. An ultra rare collectors' tooth in top quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! One of the rarest species to source. Authenticity guaranteed.    

    V102               SIZE: 1-7/8"

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  6. Trigonotodus serratus    (Serrated Giant Thresher)       
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    A LARGE, ultra rare, GEM Trigonotodus serratus shark tooth, the extinct serrated Giant Thresher from southern Virginia. Our last January 2018 Fossil of the Month offering. Fantastic copper red color. Incredible preservation and condition. This tooth is middle Miocene age, York Co., VA. These teeth are rarely found and rarely seen. An ultra rare collectors' tooth in top quality condition. Try finding one of these teeth! One of the rarest species to source. My last one to offer. Authenticity guaranteed.    

    V103               SIZE: 1-5/16"

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