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Dactylioceras commune (middle row on right) from the Yorkshire coast. Carboniferous coral (bottom row left). Two pale ammonites with calcite filled chambers from the inferior oolite (top row left & middle row left) and two ammonites from the Beacon Limestone formation (top row right and bottom row right). The bottom right ammonite has a gorgeous white calcite filled centre.
Scale bar in photos.
These fossils have been wetted to show their features. When they arrive with you, they will be fairly dull and dusty looking (polishing gives them that permanent 'wet-look').
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Fossil Polishing Kit available here (including wet-and-dry paper in various grits, felt wheels and tin oxide polishing powder - designed for home use with very basic kit).
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