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  1. Carcharocles megalodon
    $1,850.00

    An Ultra Rare, Top Quality 4-1/4" Sharktooth Hill Megalodon tooth found in the Round Mountain Silt near Bakersfield, California. A location that produces very few Megalodon teeth and one of the toughest Megs to locate. A February 2022 Fossil of the Month. Highest quality enamel with an excellent blue & tan colors. The bourlette is a brown color and 70% complete. The serrations are extra large and 100% complete. The root is nicely articulated and complete. Also note the small grooves on the root ends - a Miocene trait. This is a middle Miocene Meg - very unique! No repair or restoration. You will not see these middle Miocene Sharktooth Hill Megs from Bakersfield, California very often. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality. An exceptional collector piece that came out of a 25 year old old collection! A fantastic display from an old Ernst quarry site. 

    ST451          Size: 4-1/4"   

    Note - Adding two Sharktooth Hill area Meg teeth in February 2022.    Link to Sharktooth Hill Meg Teeth.

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  2. Carcharocles megalodon
    $775.00

    An Ultra Rare, Top Quality Sharktooth Hill Megalodon tooth from Pyramid Hill, Kern County, California. A location that produces very few Megalodon teeth and one of the toughest Megs to locate. A February Fossil of the Month. Highest quality enamel with a great brown and charcoal colors. The bourlette is a tan color and is nearly complete. The serrations are extra large & sharp and complete with a big tip serration. The root is nicely articulated and complete. Note the large grooves on the root ends - an early Miocene trait. This is a rare early Miocene (22 MYA) Meg from the Jewitt Sand Fm.- very unique! You never see these early Miocene Megs from Bakersfield, California. One of the rarest Megs! No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A incredibly rare collector's piece that came out of a 25 year old old collection. My last Pyramid Hill / Jewitt Sand Fm. Meg tooth!

    ST453          Size: 3-1/2"     

    Note - Adding two Sharktooth Hill area Meg teeth in February 2022.    Link to Sharktooth Hill Meg Teeth.

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  3. 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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  4. Desmostylus herperus                           
    $725.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, very rare Desmostylus tooth from the Sharktooth Hill area, near Bakersfield, California. A February Fossil of the Month.The chewing surface is incredibly preserved. A rare complete and fully rooted tooth. Excellent preservation and gorgeous color. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality specimen! The Desmostylus  are considered Megalodon food along with the whales. 

    ST1041           SIZE: 2-7/8" x 12-1/8"   (3-1/2" Height)

    Note - Adding four Desmostylus fossils in February 2022.     Link to Desmostylus fossils

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  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. Desmostylus herperus                           
    $475.00

    A very rare Desmostylus tooth from the Sharktooth Hill area, near Bakersfield, California. The chewing surface is incredibly preserved. A complete tooth. Excellent preservation and gorgeous color. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum Quality specimen! The Desmostylus  are considered Megalodon food along with the whales. 

    ST1042           SIZE: 2-5/8" x 1-5/8"   (2-7/8" Height)

    Note - Adding four Desmostylus fossils in February 2022.     Link to Desmostylus fossils

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  9. Osteodontornis orri - Bony Toothed Bird
    $450.00

    An ultra rare, Osteodontornis orri, the Giant Bony Tooth Bird, jaw from the Sharktooth Hill area, near Bakersfield, California. A February Fossil of the Month. Note - this specimen remains on its original Round Mountain silt matrix. Excellent preservation and gorgeous color. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An extremely rare articulated specimen. A rare find for Sharktooth Hill, and a very special display piece!

    ST1051           SIZE: 3-3/4" Length  x 1-1/8" Height

    Note - Adding 12 Sharktooth Hill display pieces in Feb. 2022.    Link to STH Display Items

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  10. Heptranchias sp
    $425.00

    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. 

    OR04       SIZE: 5/16"  (wide)  

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

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  11. Allodesmus kernensis                           
    $375.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Allodesmus kernensis, primitive sea lion, canine from the Sharktooth Hill area, near Bakersfield, California. A February Fossil of the Month. Complete tooth - fully rooted. Excellent preservation and excellent color. The crown has an oval shaped wear facet on the rear. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A Top Quality, BIG Allodesmus specimen!

    ST1001      SIZE: 4-1/8"

    Note - Adding 7 Sharktooth Hill Allodesmus teeth in February 2022.   Link to Allodesmus teeth

     

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  12. Carcharodon (Isurus) hastalis
    $325.00

    An EXTRA LARGE, TOP QUALITYCarcharodon (Isurus) hastalis tooth with an excellent tan color from the Sharktooth Hill area, Bakersfield, California. A January Fossil of the Month. The root is very well preserved with a brown color. Very clean crown. Excellent overall preservation.  No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An excellent BIG Sharktooth Hill collectors tooth.

    ST001       SIZE: 2-7/8"  

    Note - Adding 24 Sharktooth Hill Hastalis teeth in January 2022.    Link to STH Hastalis teeth.

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