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Contents:  AMMONITES from Seven Countries -  Morocco, England, South Dakota, Russia, Mexico, Egypt and Canada

AMMONITES FROM MOROCCO, AFRICA

Full ammonites (both sides, positive & negative) from phosphate beds at Khouribga, Moroccan, Sahara Desert, cut in half to reveal their beauty.  This was a Chambered Nautilus Shell that fossilized for 65 million years!  Great to mount as jewelry (pendants or earrings), or just to have in your fossil collection.  7/8" long x 3/4" wide each.  $20/pair
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AMMONITE FROM ENGLAND

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#F-420.  NOT a "Levirite" (as in "leave 'er right there, a worthless rock) - it's actually an ammonite from England, naturally pyritized, positive and negative, fits together. (Jurassic era).  It was excavated not just as a fossil, but with the fossilized sediment that covered it, creating the "negative" impression on top  as well.  Golden color is pyrite that was in the sediment and transferred to the ammonite.  3" x 4". COLLECTOR'S ITEM, not available for wholesale.

NOTE:  An excellent, educational website for fossils in the UK, check it out !  ...

www.discoveringfossils.co.uk

$95.00

 

AMMONITE FROM CANADA

More precious than opals, these ancient pieces of shell fossils (ammonites a/k/a Chambered Nautilus Shells)  from a Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada mine absorbed the natural earth element titanium when they fossilized which created these fantastic colors.  Here's  photos of 3 different polished ammonites from the Lethbridge mine, from 3.5", 7.5" to over 3 feet in diameter:

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Cretaceous era, 65 million years old.

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Our fossil hamburger!  Inside is positive and negative ammonite (the ammonite itself, and the surrounding matrix rock that created an intaglio negative in the rock above it,  6" x 5".  display only
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#F-421-A  Beautifully polished, with gorgeous red bands of iridescent color and a purple sheen, 3-1/2" diameter $95 sold

 

 AMMONITES
PIERRE SHALE, SOUTH DAKOTA

Upper Cretaceous, 120 million years old

Average 5/8" to 1" diameter  $6 each
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Average 1-1/8" to 1-1/2"  $8
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Average 1-1/2 to 1-3/4"  $10 each
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Sizes & prices as shown
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1-3/4 x 1"  $15

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#F-429  Matrix, 1-3/4 x 1-1/2"  $15

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#F-432 Nice matrix!  4 x 3 x 1-1/2"; shown front & back.  $30

 

AMMONITE FROM RUSSIA

Jurassic era

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Ammonite from Wolgograd, Russia is 2" across, fissure through half but stable, Jurassic age, 180 million years old.

$25.00  SOLD

AMMONITE FROM EGYPT

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Tissotia Ammonite, Cretaceous age, East Desert, Egypt 4" across, some details worn;  but an interesting addition to your ammonites from all countries, as we rarely see them come in from Egypt; photos front & back. 

$50.00  SOLD

Ammonite/baculite shell segments
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#F-471  segments of a baculite or ammonite shell or ammonite shell, note the suture markings on this photo:

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SOLD

 

AMMONITE FROM  CANADA

AMMOLITE CABOCHONS for jewelry

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Pendants page 4 starts with #J-475

*NOTE:  Pendants made of gorgeous iridized ammonite shell called AMMOLITE from Alberta Canada, 65 million years old.

 

AMMONITE FROM MEXICO
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Ammonite in matrix, Cretaceous age, Chihuahua Mexico, well preserved texture and shape!  Ammonite is 3-1/2" across, matrix stands 2" high. 

$40.00  SOLD

 

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These "Ice Age" Stegosaurus and Triceratops dinosaur sculptures (called "snowasaurus", a new species) were created by the Scardina family of East Windsor on a whim, based on their kids' interest in dinosaurs and the abundance of snow that winter.  What fun!

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