Conophton Basalticum - Stromatolite, Cambrian period, 500myo, Antrim basalt, from Katherine, Northern Territory, large slab, 91 x 43 cm. One of only a few specimens to come out of this locality, Stromatolites are one of the earliest forms of life to exist
A fossilised dinosaur egg, most likely to be a Hadrosaur 'Duck Billed' plant eating dinosaurs egg around 65 million years old. The egg was found in Xixia basin, Henan Province, china. Comes with certificate of authenticity from the Stone Company in Colorad
Ammonite: impressive Jurassic period (180 million years old) with crystalline structure. Set on a custom built stand stamped J.Antony Redmile. Fossil diameter 17 cm approx. Height 26 cm total. G/VG condition
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