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Contents:  Shark tooth I.D. cards, tooth sets, books & posters; necklace choices, Shark tooth set; Fossil Thresher shark teeth; Fossil Salmon shark teeth; Bone Valley Phosphate fossil shark teeth: Bull, Lemon, Dusky, Sand, and Hemipristis; TOGO Fossil Shark teeth: Sand tiger, Extinct tiger, Extinct Early Mako, and Extinct Mackerel; Fossil shark teeth: Bull, Hemipristis, Lemon, Tiger, Sand, Dusky, Goblin, Mako

EIGHT species of fossil shark teeth & necklaces for sale

SHARK TOOTH I.D. CARDS, BOOKS & COLLECTIONS, 

& Fossil Shark Tooth Necklaces

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Eight common species of fossil shark teeth found on the East Coast, use this online chart to identify the teeth you purchase.  Not for sale.

#S-300.  Shark tooth ID card (photographs of teeth on card).  8 1/2x4", shark information on reverse.  

 Stock photo, quantities available.

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 Stock photo, quantities available.

$10.00
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#S-301-C (Same as F-20, fossil pages).  Great 2001 reprint of the "Fossil Vertebrates - Beach and Bank Collecting for Amateurs" book by M.C. Thomas, 72 pages of instructions and black-and-white photos of fossil fragments that can be found in the U.S...a MUST for anyone that has started collecting fossils.    

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Stock photo, quantities available

$5.00/set

 

10 SHARK TOOTH COLLECTION

Set of ten sharks teeth of ten different species includes one each of Megalodon, mako, tiger shark, extinct tiger shark, dusky, bull shark, lemon, sand, and extinct Hemipristis, Squalicorax; sizes range from 1/2" to 1-3/4" (most are jewelry quality, excellent specimens) , and includes a Fossil Shark tooth Identification sheet, and facts about numerous shark species.  

FAVORITE CHOICE ITEM!  Worth every penny.

$32.00/set

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WIRING SHARK TEETH PRICES

We can wire your tooth as a pendant, if it is not already wired, as follows:

Sterling silver wire: $6

Gold filled wire: $8

and the pendant then includes a 20" black suede necklace free of charge

Other gem bead necklace designs you can choose from are here on Sharks page 1, "Build a Necklace" section:

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RARE FOSSIL THRESHER SHARK TEETH

Location: Dakhla, West Sahara
Age: 35 million years old

Size:  1/2" long

$10 each

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EXTREMELY RARE

FOSSIL SALMON SHARK TEETH

(Cretolamna twiggsensis)

From Dakhla Terton, West Sahara Morocco (35 million years ago).

Its modern counterpart, the Salmon shark, fed on salmon, thus its name.   This is one of the extant species of the Lamnidae family, being one of the few shark that is and was homeothermic.

 Priced as indicated

1-5/8" long  $100 

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1-1/2" long   $95 each

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BONE VALLEY PHOSPHATE FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH 

The Bone Valley Formation is exposed in the phosphate mines of central Florida (Polk County).  Miocene age (10-15 million years ago).

BULL Shark (Carcharhinus leucus)

3/4 to 7/8" long   $15 each

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LEMON  (Negaprion brevirostris)

3/4 to 1" long   $18

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DUSKY Shark (Carcharhinus obscurus)

3/4 to 15/16" long   $18

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SAND SHARK (lamniform sharks of the family Odontaspididae)

15/16 to 1 3/16" long   $20

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TOGO AFRICAN Fossil Shark Teeth

EXTREMELY RARE TEETH!

Found around Hahotoe, Togo (West Africa) phosphate mines, teeth date from Miocene/Eocene era

This is a one-time offering due to the difficulty of dealing with an unstable trading situation in a Third World country.

Sand tiger (Brachycarcharias lerichei)
1-3/8" long

$30 ea.

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$28 ea.

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$24 ea.

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1-1/8" long

$22 ea.

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1-3/4" long

$35 ea.

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$32 ea.

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$42 ea.

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$34 ea.

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1" long

$32 ea.

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7/8" long

$30

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3/4" long

$28

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FOSSIL BULL SHARK TEETH

7/8 to 1" long

Modified "T" shaped teeth with a dip in the middle, up to 1-1/4" long.  The Bull shark grows to 10 feet.  They have a unique ability to survive in salt and fresh water, including rivers & lakes.  A shallow feeder and a DANGEROUS aggressive shark.  Distinctive wide head, the only shark known to attack a hippo!  Also a bull shark that killed a young boy and full-grown man who attempted to save the boy in Matawan Creek, New Jersey.

Teeth found by diving in South Carolina rivers near Charleston SC - Cooper, St. Mary's or St. John's Rivers
Age: 10-13 million years old (Miocene Era, 23 to 5 million years ago).

7/8" upper tooth unless marked

$10 each

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1" lower tooth unless marked

$12 each

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FOSSIL HEMIPRISTIS SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES

Thought to be extinct, the Hemipristis (snaggle tooth), a rare shark species, has now been found in the Indio Pacific deep waters.  It grows up to 8 feet long.  

The teeth are notched and deeply serrated on both sides with a high bump in the center, teeth found up to 1-7/8" long.

INDIVIDUALLY PRICED.

UPPER teeth unless stated otherwise. 

1-5/8"

 

#S-319-50

Silver wired, on round hematite bead necklace (6 mm)  $70

 

#S-319-51

Gold twisted wired, on 20" round & cylinder hematite bead necklace (6x4 and 4 mm) $72
1-3/4"

 

#S-319-60

Gold wired, on 20" round hematite bead necklace (6 mm)  $77

 

#S-319-61

Silver wired, on 20" rice black onyx and round Chinese turquoise bead necklace (8x6 and 6 mm)
$87
1-7/8"
 

THIS IS REALLY LARGE FOR A HEMI - BIG RUGGED TOOTH

 

#S-319-70

Gold twist wired, on 20" large rice hematite bead necklace (8x6 mm)  $89

1-7/16"
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#S-320-3  $22

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#S-320-4  $20

1-3/8"
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#S-320-30  $15

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#S-320-31  $18

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#S-320-34 (nick on upper right gum)  $19

1-1/2"

 

#S-320-40
Silver wired, on 20" rice black onyx and round Chinese turquoise bead necklace 8x6 and 6 mm)  $61

 

#S-320-41
PERFECT! Silver wired, on 20" rice black onyx and round Chinese turquoise bead necklace (8x6 mm)  $82
 

#S-320-42
Silver wired, on 20" rice black onyx and Chinese turquoise bead necklace (8x6 mm) $72
1-1/4"
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#S-320-50  $15

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#S-320-51  $15

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#S-320-52  $15

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#S-320-53  $15

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#S-320-54  $17

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#S-320-55 Lower  $10

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#S-320-56  Lower $12

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#S-320-57  Lower $15

 

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Silver wired, on 20" rice black onyx and round Chinese turquoise bead necklace (8x6 and 6 mm)  $57
1-3/16"
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#S-320-80  $12

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#S-320-81  $12

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#S-320-82  $15

 
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#S-320-85  Lower $10

   
1-1/8"
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#S-320-100  $12

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#S-320-101  $12

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#S-320-102  $12

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#S-320-103  $12

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#S-320-105  Lower  $12

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#S-320-106  $16

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#S-320-108  Lower $10

 
1-1/16"
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#S-320-132  $14

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#S-320-134  Lower  $12

1"
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#S-320-150  $10

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#S-320-151  $10

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#S-320-152  $10

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#S-320-153  $10

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#S-320-154  Lower $10

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#S-320-155  Lower $10

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#S-320-156  $14

 
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#S-320-162  $14

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#S-320-167  Lower  $10

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#S-320-168  Lower  $10

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#S-320-169  Lower  $10

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#S-320-170  Lower  $10

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#S-320-171  Lower  $10

 
15/16"
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#S-320-190  $12

 

COLLECTOR HEMIPRISTIS SHARK TEETH

 

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1-7/8", 2 nicks on right side serrations

$100

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1-3/4", fissure across top left of root

$90

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1-3/4", nick on right hand of root

$85

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1-3/4", flawless

$80

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1-3/4", Minor nick halfway up left side near serrations

$75

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1-3/4"; nick on top left of root; two small nicks in enamel

$70

 

 

Fossil HEMIPRISTIS SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES 

 3/4" tooth wired with gold craft wired, on a 20" black suede necklace with gold tone clasp.

$84 for each SET OF 12 NECKLACES

Great for party favors or luau!

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FOSSIL LEMON SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES

Distinctive Capital "T" shaped teeth up to 1-1/4" long.  A sluggish shark that can live in high temperatures or low oxygen.  A shallow feeder, tolerant of life in captivity for public viewing or scientific research.  The lemon shark eats whatever can't evade its jaws.  It is named for the lemon yellow color, it grows to 11 feet long.

Teeth found by diving in South Carolina rivers near Charleston SC - Cooper, St. Mary's or St. John's Rivers
Age: 10-13 million years old (Miocene Era, 23 to 5 million years ago).

7/8" long

wired pendants, include a 20" black suede necklace 

$8 each unless marked otherwise

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#S-330-J  Gold wired  $10
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1 to 1-1/16" long

wired pendants, include a 20" black suede necklace unless specified

$12 each

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#S-333-4  Silver wired on 20" ball necklace chain

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EXTREMELY RARE

FOSSIL TIGER SHARK TEETH

(Galeocerdo eaglesomi)

From Dakhla Terton, West Sahara Morocco

35 million years old

Priced as indicated

1-1/4" long  $22  each


#S-343-2  SOLD
1-3/16" long  $20  each


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#S-343-4C
1-1/8" long  $18  each


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#S-343-13
1-1/16" long  $16  each


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#S-343-22
1" long  $14  each


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#S-343-35
7/8" long  $12  each


#S-343-40


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#S-343-42
3/4" long  $10  each


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#S-343-55
5/8" long  $8  each


#S-343-60

 

FOSSIL TIGER SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES

The tiger shark has wide, short teeth.  One side is deeply notched, with serrations on the inside of the notch, teeth up to 1-1/2" long.  The tiger shark grows to 18 feet and 2000 pounds.  It is named for the striped markings like a tiger, and is the most aggressive shark in tropical waters.  Flattened head, stout body, powerful but leisurely swimmer, it is the second only to the great white shark in attacks on 

Teeth average 1 to 1-1/4" long, are gold wired as a pendant, and include a 20" black suede necklace

$12 each

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Fossil TIGER SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES 

 7/8" tooth wired with gold craft wire, on a 20" black suede necklace with gold tone clasp.

$96 for each SET OF 12 NECKLACES

Great for party favors or luau!

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FOSSIL SAND SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES

Long needle shaped teeth up to 1-1/2" long.  A "U"-shaped root, these teeth are a fearsome sight as it swims with its open mouth full of bristling teeth.  Grows to 8 feet long; prefers shallow waters; keeps in captivity well; a sociable shark seen in schools off the Northeastern U.S.  It is named for its sandy color.

Teeth found by diving in South Carolina rivers near Charleston SC - Cooper, St. Mary's or St. John's Rivers
Age: 10-13 million years old (Miocene Era, 23 to 5 million years ago).

7/8" long

$10 ea


#S-347-1
1" long

$12 ea


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#S-347-14
     
1-1/8" long

$14 ea
 

#S-347-21
   
1-1/4" long

$16 ea
 

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FOSSIL DUSKY SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES

(Also known as the Shovelnose Shark).  The Dusky shark has triangular, serrated teeth up to 1-1/4".  This shark grows to 10 feet, is a shallow feeder, and a strong fighter when caught on line.  It eats flounder, starfish and squid, and is caught for shark fin soup (which we denounce), leather, and liver oil for vitamins.  Potentially dangerous due to size alone.

Average 1" long, silver wired, and include a 20" black suede necklace

$12 each

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FOSSIL GOBLIN SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES

One of the WEIRDEST sharks you will ever meet, it resembles its name.  A deepwater fish once thought to be extinct.  The teeth resemble sand shark teeth except for the striations (raised lines) down the enamel that distinguish it.  Photos of the Goblin shark:

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(more info on the Goblin Shark on page 9)

Here is an excellent link to more info on the Goblin shark, updated with the paragraph below it:

http://www.elasmo.com/martin/goblin.html

The availability of Mitsukurina changed abruptly in April 2003.   Fishing off the northwest coast of Taiwan in 2000 feet of water, commercial fishermen started boating hundreds of goblins in the three to four meter range. These local fishermen were quite secretive with the details, but indicated that they were mostly males.  This is why you will occasionally see a goblin jaw for sale now, when it was thought to be extinct. 

( www.elasmo.com Goblin dentition link)

Also, here's a nice collection from a local collector, from the Waccamaw River here in South Carolina:

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1-1/2" long

$20 each, unless marked

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#S-375-6  SOLD

1-3/8" long

$18 each, unless marked

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ALL FOSSIL MAKO SHARK SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES 

AND COLLECTOR MAKOS

 are on Sharks page 6

 

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The most unusual shark attack hat of the Aurora show!

LUNCH IS SERVED! 

Fooled you!  It's only DOLPHIN, check out the other photo here on photographer Kurt Jones' website, thanks to alert customer Nick   http://www.surfshooter.com/DolphinInfo.html

 

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