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cf. Rhizoprionodon acutus Tooth Miocene USA

cf. Rhizoprionodon acutus.? This is a beautiful RARE specimen. The scale is shown in (mm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £19. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box.  Quote Ref. No. SUST 3042

Scyliorhinus cf. entomodon Tooth Eocene

Scyliorhinus cf. entomodon. This is a lovely rare High Grade cat shark tooth specimen complete with root. The scale is shown in (mm). This fossil is Eocene age circa 50 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Virginia, USA. An absolute bargain at just £26 (note-there is only one of these to sell). Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 3024

Isurus planus Tooth Miocene

Isurus planus. This mako tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £17. Quote Ref No. SUST 3017

Cetorhinus maximus Shark Tooth Miocene

Cetorhinus maximus. This large for species whale shark tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Temblor Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUST 3011

Galeocerdo latidens Tooth Eocene

Galeocerdo latidens. This is a beautiful RARE specimen from an extinct tiger shark. The scale is shown in (mm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Eocene age circa 50 million years old and comes from Wells Pit, Magnolia, Duplin County, South Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £39. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box.  Quote Ref. No. SUST 2986

Carcharhinus obscurus Tooth Miocene

Carcharhinus obscurus. This is a beautiful specimen from a dusky shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £12. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box.  Quote Ref. No. SUST 2987

Palaeocarcharodon orientalis Shark Tooth Palaeocene

Palaeocarcharodon orientalis. This is a lovely extremely rare specimen complete with root. The scale is shown in (cm). It has slight but barely noticable damage. This fossil is Palaeocene age circa 56 million years old and comes from the Aquia Formation of  Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Potomac River, Maryland, USA. You may never see another one of these for sale again in the UK ! An absolute bargain at just £99. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2942

Cosmopolitodus hastalis Tooth Miocene

Cosmopolitodus hastalis. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £30. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2943

Sphyrna lewini Tooth Miocene

Sphyrna lewini. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct scalloped hammerhead shark. The scale is shown in (mm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £17. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2957

Jaekelotodus robustus Tooth Eocene

Jaekelotodus robustus. This is a lovely rare High Grade specimen complete with root. The scale is shown in (mm). This fossil is Eocene age circa 50 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Virginia, USA. An absolute bargain at just £49. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2956

Palaeohypotodus rutoti Shark Tooth Palaeocene

Palaeohypotodus rutoti. This is a lovely rare specimen complete with root. The scale is shown in (mm). This fossil is Palaeocene age circa 56 million years old and comes from the Aquia Formation of  Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Potomac River, Maryland, USA. An absolute bargain at just £12. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2884

Carcharocles chubutensis Tooth Miocene

Carcharocles chubutensis. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct megalodon shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £56. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. SOLD. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2849

Galeocerdo curvier Tooth Pliocene

Galeocerdo curvier. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct tiger shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Late Pliocene age circa 4 million years old and comes from the Goose Creek Limestone of  Aurorridgeville, Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £22. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2843

Galeocerdo anduncus Tooth Miocene

Galeocerdo anduncus. This is a lovely super large tiger shark tooth specimen. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are clear but there is a slight ding on the crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £10. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2844

Abdounia recticonica Tooth Eocene

Abdounia recticonica. This tooth is quite lovely and of high quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 50 million years old and comes from the Neuse River Bridge, Wayne County, North Carolina, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £7. Quote Ref No. SUST 2829

Isurolamna affinis Tooth Eocene

Isurolamna affinis. This tooth is quite lovely and of high quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Muddy Creek, Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. SUST 2828

Scoliodon Tooth Oligocene

Scoliodon sp. This shark tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Oligocene age circa 30 million years old and comes from the Chandler Bridge Formation of Goose Creek, Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £7. Quote Ref No. SUST 2830

Sphyrna lewini Shark Tooth Miocene

Sphyrna lewini. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct scalloped hammerhead shark. The scale is shown in (mm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £12. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2822

Heterodontus Tooth Miocene

Heterodontus sp. This bullhead shark posterior tooth is quite lovely. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. SUST 2823

Carcharhinus leucas Tooth Pliocene

Carcharhinus leucas. This is a beautiful specimen. The scale is shown in (cm). This fossil is Lower Pliocene age circa 4 million years old and comes from the Bone River Formation of  Nickols Mine, South Hillsborough County, Florida, USA. An absolute bargain at just £6. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2834

Cretolamna appendiculata Tooth Eocene

Cretolamna appendiculata. This tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Muddy Creek, Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £15. Quote Ref No. SUST 2816

Carcharias hopei Tooth Eocene

Carcharias hopei. This tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Muddy Creek, Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. SUST 2817

Otodus obliquus Tooth Palaeocene USA

Otodus obliquus. A lovely large tooth which is complete with root and side-cusps. The scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Aquia Formation, Palaeocene of Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Charles County, Maryland, USA and dates circa 55 million years old. Priced at £26. Quote Ref No. SUST 2807

Ginglymostoma marroccanum Tooth Eocene

Ginglymostoma maroccanum. This tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Muddy Creek, Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £19. Quote Ref No. SUST 2803

Isurus oxyrinchus Tooth Miocene

Isurus oxyrinchus. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct mako shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £29. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2793

Isurus oxyrinchus Tooth Miocene

Isurus oxyrinchus. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct mako shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £26. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2794

Hemipristis serra Tooth Miocene

Hemipristis serra. This is a beautiful lower symphsial specimen from an extinct snaggle tooth shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Calvert Formation of  Old Fort Road, Maryland, USA. An absolute bargain at just £25. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2796

Notorhynchus primigenius Shark Tooth Oligocene

Notorhynchus primigenius. This is a lovely rare six gill shark lower tooth specimen. Scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Oligocene age circa 30 million years old and comes from the Pamunkey River of  Old Church, Virginia, USA. An absolute bargain at just £27. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2688

Notorhynchus primigenius Shark Tooth Oligocene

Notorhynchus primigenius. This is a lovely rare six gill shark upper symphysial tooth specimen. Scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Oligocene age circa 30 million years old and comes from the Pamunkey River of  Old Church, Virginia, USA. An absolute bargain at just £21. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2689

Anomotodon cravenensis Shark Tooth Eocene

Anomotodon cravenensis. A lovely shark tooth. The scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Santee Formation, Eocene of the Giant Cement Quarry, Harleyville, South Carolina, USA and dates circa 50 million years old. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. SUST 2692

Sphyrna Shark Tooth Oligocene

Sphyrna sp. This is a lovely rare hammerhead shark tooth specimen. Scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Oligocene age circa 30 million years old and comes from the Chandler Bridge Formation of  Crowfield Plantation, Hamlet Circle, Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £9. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2693

Negaprion Shark Tooth Oligocene

Negaprion sp. This is a lovely rare Lemon shark tooth specimen. Scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Oligocene age circa 30 million years old and comes from the Chandler Bridge Formation of  Crowfield Plantation, Hamlet Circle, Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £6. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2694

Scyliorhinus Shark Tooth Miocene

Scyliorhinus sp. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct cat shark. The scale is shown in (mm). The root and crown are complete with slight wear on the crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £10. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2697

Scoliodon Shark Tooth Eocene

Scoliodon sp. A lovely shark tooth. The scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Santee Formation, Eocene of the Giant Cement Quarry, Harleyville, South Carolina, USA and dates circa 50 million years old. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUST 2698

Pachygaleus lefevrei Shark Tooth Palaeocene

Pachygaleus lefevrei. This is a lovely rare specimen complete with root. The scale is shown in (cm). This fossil is Palaeocene age circa 56 million years old and comes from the Aquia Formation of  Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Potomac River, Maryland, USA. An absolute bargain at just £9. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2699

Pachygaleus lefevrei Shark Tooth Eocene

Pachygaleus lefevrei. This shark tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £9. Quote Ref No. SUST 2707

Sphyrna lewini Shark Tooth Miocene

Sphyrna lewini. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct scalloped hammerhead shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £12. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2706

Galeorhinus galeus Shark Tooth Oligocene

Galeorhinus galeus. This is a lovely rare shark tooth specimen. Scale is shown in (mm). The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Oligocene age circa 30 million years old and comes from the Pamunkey River of  Old Church, Virginia, USA. An absolute bargain at just £8. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2660

Squalus alsaticus Shark Tooth Oligocene

Squalus alsaticus. This is a lovely shark tooth specimen despite its small size making it difficult to photograph. The scale is shown in (mm). This fossil is Oligocene age circa 28 million years old and comes from the Chandler Bridge Formation of  Goose Creek, South Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £4. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2661

Sphyrna zygaena Shark Tooth Miocene

Sphyrna zygaena. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct hammerhead shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £12. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box.  Quote Ref. No. SUST 2655

Sphyrna zygaena Shark Tooth Miocene

Sphyrna zygaena. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct hammerhead shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £12. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box.  Quote Ref. No. SUST 2656

Cetorhinus maximus Shark Tooth Miocene

Cetorhinus maximus. This large for species whale shark tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Temblor Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUST 2645

Carcharoides catticus Shark Tooth Oligocene

Carcharoides catticus. This is a lovely rare shark tooth specimen. Scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Oligocene age circa 30 million years old and comes from the Pamunkey River of  Old Church, Virginia, USA. An absolute bargain at just £24. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2642

Paraorthacodus clarkii Shark Tooth Palaeocene

Paraorthacodus clarkii. This is a nice rare specimen with root despite the damage as seen. The scale is shown in (mm). This fossil is Palaeocene age circa 56 million years old and comes from the Aquia Formation of  Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Potomac River, Maryland, USA. An absolute bargain at just £19. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2641

Premontreia sublidens Shark Tooth Miocene

Premontreia cf. sublidens. This cat shark tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUST 2643

Megasqualus orpiensis Tooth Palaeocene

Megasqualus orpiensis. This is a beautiful rare specimen. The scale is shown in (mm). This fossil is Palaeocene age circa 56 million years old and comes from the Aquia Formation of  Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Potomac River, Maryland, USA. An absolute bargain at just £14. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2636

Isurus planus Tooth Miocene USA

Isurus planus. This mako tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £15. Quote Ref No. SUST 2629

Ginglymostoma (Undesribed) Tooth Eocene

Ginglymostoma sp. An undescribed species. This tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Muddy Creek, Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £29. Quote Ref No. SUST 2621

Ginglymostoma marroccanum Tooth Eocene

Ginglymostoma maroccanum. This tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Muddy Creek, Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £29. Quote Ref No. SUST 2610

Galeorhinus ypresiensis Tooth Eocene

Galeorhinus ypresiensis. This tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Muddy Creek, Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £13. Quote Ref No. SUST 2612

Galeorhinus ypresiensis Tooth Eocene

Galeorhinus ypresiensis. This tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Eocene age circa 54 million years old and comes from the Nanjemoy Formation of Muddy Creek, Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £13. Quote Ref No. SUST 2619

Ginglymostoma cf africanum Tooth Palaeocene

Ginglymostoma cf africanum. This is a beautiful rare specimen. The scale is shown in (cm). This fossil is Palaeocene age circa 56 million years old and comes from the Aquia Formation of  Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Potomac River, Maryland, USA. An absolute bargain at just £16. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2537

Anomotodon novus Tooth Eocene

Anomotodon novus. A lovely tooth which is complete with root. The scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Aquia Formation, Palaeocene of Wades Bay, Maryland, USA and dates circa 60 million years old. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. SUST 2517

Squalus occidentalis Tooth Miocene

Squalus occidentalis. This large for species dogfish shark tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUST 2526

Squatina lericheii Tooth Miocene

Squatina lericheii. This angel shark tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel, being 7mm across the base. Slight damage to the root as seen on the left side. It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUST 2479

Carcharias cuspidata Tooth Miocene

Carcharias cuspidata. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct tiger shark. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £7. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2481

Carcharias reticulata Tooth Miocene

Carcharias reticulata. Now known as Carcharias gustrowensisThis is a beautiful specimen. The scale is shown in (cm). The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £6. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2483

Alopias latidens Tooth Miocene/Oligocene

Alopias latidens. This large good grade tri-coloured lateral tooth is from a thresher shark. The tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful sharp edges, root intact and shiney enamel, being 10mm in height along the leading edge. It is Miocene/Oligocene age circa 23 million years old and comes from S/N., Carolina, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUST 2484

Odontaspis winkleri Tooth Eocene

Odontaspis winkleri. A GEM GRADE tooth which is complete with root and side cusps. The scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Nanjemoy Formation, Eocene of Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA and dates circa 50 million years old. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUST 2498

Serratolamna lerichei Tooth Eocene

Serratolamna lerichei. A great tooth which is complete with root and side-cusps. The scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Nanjemoy Formation, Eocene of Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA and dates circa 50 million years old. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUST 2499

Alopias supercilious Tooth Oligocene

Alopias supercilious. This early thresher shark tooth is quite lovely and of good quality. It has great detail, root intact and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Upper Oligocene age circa 30 million years old and comes from the Chandler Bridge Formation of Goose Creek, Berkeley County, South Carolina, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUST 2500

Squalus occidentalis Tooth Miocene

Squalus occidentalis. This large for species dogfish shark tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel, scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUST 2430

Cretolamna appendiculata Shark Tooth Palaeocene USA

Cretolamna appendiculata. A lovely uncommon shark tooth which is of fair quality. Scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Aquia Formation, Palaeocene of Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Charles County, Maryland, USA and dates circa 55 million years old. Priced at £13. Quote Ref No. SUST 2418

Hemipristis serra Tooth Miocene

Hemipristis serra. This is a lovely large snaggle tooth shark lower anterior tooth specimen. This tooth is 30mm in height along the leading edge. The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £13. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2325

Odontaspis Tooth Pliocene

Odontaspis sp. This is a beautiful specimen is 33mm in length along the leading edge. This fossil is Lower Pliocene age circa 4 million years old and comes from the Bone River Formation of  South Hillsborough County, Florida, USA. An absolute bargain at just £5. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2277

Isurus Tooth Oligocene

Isurus sp. This is a beautiful small specimen. It measures 17mm in height. This fossil is  Oligocene age and comes from the Pamunkey River, Old Church, Virginia, USA. An absolute bargain at just £4. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2278

Notorhynchus primigenius Tooth Miocene

Notorhynchus primigenius. This is a beautiful tri-coloured GEM specimen from an extinct six gill shark. This tooth is 22mm in length across its base. The root and crown are great with clear sharp blades and super enamelled crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £49. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2250

Notorhynchus primigenius Tooth Miocene

Notorhynchus primigenius. This is a beautiful tri-coloured specimen from an extinct six gill shark. This tooth is 22mm in length across its base. The root and crown are great with clear sharp blades and super enamelled crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £49. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2249

Carcharias cuspidata Tooth Miocene

Carcharias cuspidata. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct tiger shark. This tooth is 32mm in length along the leading edge. The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £9. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref. No. SUST 2251

Hemipristis serra Tooth Miocene

Hemipristis serra. This is a lovely  large snaggle tooth shark tooth specimen. This tooth is 29mm in height along the leading edge. The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £15. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2157

Galeocerdo anduncus Tooth Miocene

Galeocerdo anduncus. This is a lovely super large tiger shark tooth specimen. This tooth is 25mm across the base. The root and crown are clear. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £8. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2158

Isurus hastalis Tooth Miocene

Isurus hastalis. This mako tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel, being 22mm in height along the leading edge. It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUST 2145

Otodus obliquus Tooth Palaeocene USA

Otodus obliquus. A nice bi-coloured tooth which is complete with root and side-cusps. This tooth measures 29mm in height along the leading edge. It comes from the Aquia Formation, Palaeocene of Liverpool Point, Wades Bay, Charles County, Maryland, USA and dates circa 55 million years old. Priced at £9. Quote Ref No. SUST 2146 

Physogaleus contortus Tooth Miocene

Physogaleus contortus. Formally known as Galeocerdo contortus. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct tiger shark. This tooth is 21mm in length along the leading edge. The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £6. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2074

Galeocerdo cuvier Tooth Miocene

Galeocerdo cuvier. This is a beautiful tri-coloured specimen from an extinct tiger shark. This tooth is 16mm in length along the leading edge. The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £5. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 2034

Physogaleus contortus Tooth Miocene

Physogaleus contortus. Formally known as Galeocerdo contortus. This tiger shark tooth is quite lovely despite slight natural life feeding wear at its tip. It has great detail with wonderful colouration, root intact and shiney enamel, being 18mm in height along the leading edge. It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUST 2011

Anomotodon sheppeyensis Tooth Eocene

Anomotodon sheppeyensis. A GEM shark tooth measuring 16mm in height along the leading edge. It comes from the Santee Limestone, Middle Eocene of Harleyville, South Carolina, USA and dates circa 45 million years old. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUST 1988 

Physogaleus contortus Tooth Miocene

Physogaleus contortus. Formally known as Galeocerdo contortus. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct tiger shark. This tooth is 20mm in length along the leading edge. The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £6. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 1816

Isurus hastalis Tooth Miocene

Isurus hastalis. This mako tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel, being 30mm in height along the leading edge. It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUST 1805

Striatolamna macrota Tooth Eocene

Striatolamna macrota. A GEM GRADE tooth which is complete with root and side cusps. This tooth measures 28mm in height along the leading edge. It comes from the Nanjemoy Formation, Eocene of Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA and dates circa 50 million years old. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUST 1687 

Hexanchus andersoni Eocene USA

Hexanchus andersoni. A wonderful six-gill shark upper tooth. This tooth measures 7mm in length and is located just off centre on original matrix measuring 40 x 35 x 25mm. It comes from the Santee Limestone, Middle Eocene of the Martin Marietta Quarry, Harleyville, Orangeburg County, South Carolina, USA and dates circa 45 million years old. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. A close-up of the tooth is shown below. Priced at £32. Quote Ref No. SUST 1527 

CLOSE-UP of Hexanchus andersoni

Isurus hastalis Tooth Miocene

Isurus hastalis. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct big-tooth mako shark. This tooth is 24mm in length along the leading edge. The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £8. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 1504

Anomotodon Tooth Eocene

Anomotodon sp. A good shark tooth measuring 20mm in height along the leading edge. It comes from the Middle Eocene of Sandpit, Duplin County, South Carolina, USA and dates circa 45 million years old. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUST 1429 

Isurus praecursor Eocene

Isurus praecursor. This is a beautiful GEM GRADE specimen from an extinct mako shark (earliest known). This tooth is 36mm in length along the leading edge. The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Late Eocene age circa 40 million years old and comes from Dorchester & Orangeburg County, South Carolina, USA. Priced at £32. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 1354

Physogaleus contortus Miocene

Galeocerdo contortus. This tiger shark tooth (now known as Physogaleus contortus) is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful tri-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel, being 17mm in height along the leading edge. It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. SUST 1197

Hemipristis serra Miocene

Hemipristis serra. This is a beautiful lower symphyseal specimen from an extinct tiger shark. This tooth is 15mm in length along the leading edge. The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £4. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 1173

Carcharocles auriculatus Eocene

Carcharocles auriculatus. This is a beautiful specimen from an ancestor of the largest predator since the Cretaceous period. This tooth is 44mm across the base and 51mm along the leading edge. Thats 2 inches. The crown is intact with clear sharp serrations and nice sea blue coloured enamel crown despite some damage on the root. This fossil is Upper Eocene age circa 40 million years old and comes from the Santee Limestone of  Harleyville, South Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £32. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. SOLD. Quote Ref No. SUST 1128

Physogaleus secundus Eocene

Physogaleus secundus. A super shark tooth which is complete with root. This tooth measures 8mm in height along the leading edge. It comes from the Nanjemoy Formation, Eocene of Fredericksberg, Stafford County, Virginia, USA and dates circa 50 million years old. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUST 1089

Isurus oxyrinchus Miocene

Isurus oxyrinchus. This is a beautiful specimen from an extinct shortfin mako shark. This tooth is 30mm in length along the leading edge. The root and crown are complete with clear sharp blade and super coloured enamel crown. This fossil is Middle Miocene age circa 12 million years old and comes from the Pungo River Formation of  Aurora, North Carolina, USA. An absolute bargain at just £12. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. SUST 733

Isurus hastalis Miocene

Isurus hastalis. This mako tooth is quite lovely and of museum quality. It has great detail with wonderful bi-colouration, root intact and shiney enamel, being 31mm in height along the leading edge. It is Middle Miocene age circa 14 million years old and comes from the Round Mountain Silt Formation of Shark Tooth Hill, Kern County, California, USA. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUST 702