All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300860
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$55.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. size 4.5" by 3" by 4" and weighs 1 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300857
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$65.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. Size 5" by 4" by and weighs 1.2 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300854
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$95.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. Size 3" by 3.5" and weighs .04 pounds this piece has very fine details a great desk piece.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300849
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$95.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. Size 3" by 3.5" and weighs .04 pounds this piece has very fine details a great desk piece.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300844
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$135.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. Size 4.5" by 4" by and weighs .08 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300841
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$135.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. Size 6" by 4" and weighs 1.2 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300837
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$135.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. Size 4.5" by 3" by and weighs .06 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300835
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$135.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. size 6" by 4" and weighs 2 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1300830
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$135.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. size 3" by 5" by 4" and weighs 2 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300824
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$265.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. Size 6" by 7" and weighs 4.4 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1300821
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$165.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. size 4" by 5.5" by and weighs 2.2 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1300804
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$225.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. size 5" by 8" by and weighs 4.2 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1300801
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$245.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. size 6" by 5" by and weighs 3.2 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1298763
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$48.00
Amazing Opalized Ammonite rainbow color reflections. From Madagascar. size 3"
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1295136
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$135.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. size 5" by 5" by and weighs 1.6 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1295122
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$225.00
Moroccan stromatolite fossil well preserved in a nice red sandstone believed to date from about 600 million years ago.These microbial fossils are one of Earth's earliest records of life. The earliest known stromatolite fossils are between 3.5 - 2.75 billion years old in the Precambrian period. The blue-green algae in these early colonies were important in creating Earth's current oxygen atmosphere. size 5" by 5" by 5" and weighs 5.6 pounds
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1292428 (stock #AR7033)
Age: 60 million years ago. Origin: South America; Possibly Columbia. Description: These prehistoric fish fossils are from South America (possibly Columbia) and belonged to the animals that roamed the earth 60 million years ago. Because of the fragile and delicate nature of fossils, they have been framed with composition material similar to cement to keep the fossils from breaking apart...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Pre AD 1000 item #1264937 (stock #FOS-001)
JJ Oriental
$1,450.00
A very rare Nautilus (Ammonite) Fossil from Southeast Asia. It is unusual to find fossils of this kind in this part of the world and in this condition. Age:CRETACEOUS PERIOD (MIDDLE SANTONIAN STAGE) : 85 - 84 million years ago. Size: 21cm x 18cm x 9cm. Weight: 4 Kgs.