All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1317839
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$25.00
Fossil Clam with both Shells , a fun desk collectable . Size 2" by almost 2.5"
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1315571
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$18.00
Fossil Clam Cluster, nice with a full clam on the top 2" by 2.5"
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1315300
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$25.00
Perisphinctes boweni ammonite Fossil Jurassic Period .This is a classic lower Jurassic ammonite fossil from Madagascar of the genus Perisphinctes. It's 2.5" wide and preserves the distinctive ridges of this type of ammonite. It's very solid and the surface has a light polishing for aesthetic purposes.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Prehistorical item #1315296
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$35.00
Perisphinctes boweni ammonite Fossil Jurassic Period .This is a classic lower Jurassic ammonite fossil from Madagascar of the genus Perisphinctes. It's 3" wide and preserves the distinctive ridges of this type of ammonite. It's very solid and the surface has a light polishing for aesthetic purposes.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1303339
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$2,895.00
Huge trilobite plate from Morocco Devonian period 395-345 million years ago from the Hamar Leghdad formation of the Atlas Mountains The drotops were one of the largest trilobites of the Devonian period .This exceptional example is in limestone and expertly cleaned to expose these fantastic little monsters with a total of six trilobites in such great shape you can see the tiny lense detail of the eyes a rare and exceptional plate ...
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Geological : Fossils : Geological item #1303287
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$45.00
This fine and rare early opalised cretaceous ammonite fossil is from Madagascar which has most of the original iridescent shell present. 2 by 2 "
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