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Click to enlarge   Name Starfish resting places and burrows
  ref SP1769
  The surface of this sandstone/siltstone is covered with trace fossils, which includes many starfish resting places and worm burrows, which have been filled in by fine grained material during fossilisation. This wonderfully preserved fossil will make an important addition for the discerning collector of extremely rare oolithic fossils from the UK. The specimen is approximately 166 million years old and was discovered in 1961. It has resided ever since in the late Professor GORDON WALKDEN collection. Fossils Direct is a premium collectors website.
  Age Jurassic, Bathonian, Great Oolite Series
  Size Size of overall piece 151mm x 125mm
  location River Leach, Eastington, Gloucestershire, UK
 
  price £ 124.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Orbitremites ellipticus (Very Rare)
  ref SP1767
  These incredibly rare Blastoids belong to the Echinoderm family. The specimen was discovered in 1967 and has resided in the late Professor GORDON WALKDEN collection. There are 3 Blastoids on the matrix surface and all have excellent detail, one has been flattened during preservation. Approximately 345 million ye4ars old. This exceptionally rare fossil would suit the carboniferous collector. Fossils Direct is a premium collectors website.
  Age Carboniferous, Visean
  Size Size of overall stone 100mm x 75mm
  location Halkyn Mountain, Llangollen, N Wales, UK
 
  price £ 74.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Cyrtospirifer verneuili (Classic Rarity)
  ref SP1759b
  This classic Brachiopod shell was collected from this world famous slate mine in 1979. The piece of slate was split to reveal a legendary metamorphosed Delabole Butterfly, it was the quarrymen who gave this brachiopod its name. The specimen also has its counterpart which is a lovely and aesthetic feature3. Approximately 370 million years old. This classic Devonian rarity resided in the late Professor GORDON WALKDEN collection. Fossils Direct is a premium collectors website.
  Age Devonian, Frasnian, Delabole Slates
  Size Size of Brachiopod 105mm
  location Delabole Quarry, Delabole, Cornwall, UK
 
  price £ 124.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Pugnax acuminatus (Highly pathological)
  ref SP1758
  Very rarely do you see pathological specimens in Brachiopods, this example was discovered in 1969 and one side of the upper valve is grooved and twisted with a deep furrow. Amazing example and incredibly rare. The specimen resided in the late Professor GORDON WALKDEN collection. Approximately 345 million years old. Fossils Direct is a premium collectors website.
  Age Carboniferous, Visean
  Size Size of specimen 34mm x 30mm
  location Treak Cliff, Odin Fissure, Castleton, Derbyshire, UK
 
  price £ 29.50
   
 
 
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