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  • Asymmetrical Plunging Fold – Gneiss £15.00£20.00 ex VAT

    Lewisian gneiss metamorphic rock samples exhibiting asymmetrical plunging folds, ideal for educational use, the specimens come from Scotland, UK and are, some 3.0–1.7 billion years old, dating back to the Precambrian period. The rock is made of feldspar, quartz and biotite mica minerals which show banding and have folded in an asymmetrical fashion and plunged. Limited quantity available.

    • Specimen 1: 70 x 50 x 45 mm
    • Specimen 2: 100 x 75 x 50 mm

    2 in stock

  • Brachyrhynchus sp. – Bony fish spine £0.95 ex VAT

    Species Name: Brachyrhynchus sp.

    Family: Fish

    Age: Miocene, 23 – 5 million years old.

    Location: Florida, USA

  • Flint – Devon £1.61£2.88 ex VAT

    Flint is a variety of chert and a hard sedimentary rock of the silicate family with a conchoidal fracture. It exhibits a monochromatic colour scheme with a dark grey or black interior contrasted with a vibrant white exterior. It was collected from South Devon, and comes supplied in a card tray with an information label.

  • Fluorite – Weardale £4.00£32.40 ex VAT

    Fluorite crystal bed specimens from Weardale, Co. Durham, UK. Available by weight, these mineral specimens are excellent as they exhibit the fluorite cubic crystal habit and the vast majority of specimens allow this to be viewed with the naked eye. They come supplied in a polythene bag with an information label and are ideal for mass purchasing, such as for museum information tasks, educational use and more.

  • Fluorite Bed – Milldam Mine Display Piece – 04 £65.00 ex VAT

    A display specimen of fluorite with baryte from Milldam mine, Derbyshire, UK. The specimen weighs approximately 1.664 kg and measures roughly 19.5 x 9 x 8.5 cm at it’s widest points. This piece is supplied with an information label.

    1 in stock

  • Grid Sieves £63.00£91.00 ex VAT

    Aluminium grid sieves manufactured in the UK and conform EN9333-3:2012. Ideal for obtaining flakiness index of sedimentary particles.

  • Grid Sieves – Full Set (14 Sieves) £1,020.00 ex VAT

    The sieves conform to EN9333-3:2012 and are made from aluminium with stainless steel rods with separations at predetermined measurements. Full set of 14 sieves supplied (excludes lid and receiver)

  • Honey Calcite (By Weight) £4.60£61.40 ex VAT

    Honey calcite mineral specimens from Mexico which exhibit a yellow to orange colouration due to impurities of iron from the mineral hematite. The specimens are crystalline in nature and can exhibit a rough rhombic form as expected of calcites. They are translucent, letting some but not all light through, which gives them an eye catching ‘glow’. The samples are ideal for enthusiasts, hobbyists and collectors and are available in various sizes. This honey calcite is available by weight, starting from 500 grams, and is suitable for lapidary, educational and enthusiasts use. The pieces vary from 20 mm to 100 mm, though most pieces will sit in-between and come supplied in a polythene bag with a label.

  • Hypsocormus sp – Tooth £1.75 ex VAT

    Species Name: Hypsocormus sp – Tooth

    Family: Fish

    Age: Kimmeridgian, Jurassic, approximately 152 to 157 Million Years old.

    Location: Faringdon Gravel, Faringdon, Berkshire

  • Loose fish coprolites £1.00 ex VAT

    Species Name: Loose fish Coprolite

    Family: Fish

    Age: Oxford Clay, Jurassic, 145 to 201 million years old.

    Location: Orton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

    Out of stock

  • Nepheline Syenite £2.07£5.75 ex VAT

    Specimens of nepheline syenite sourced from the Larvik municipality, Norway. These samples have a reddish brown to pale grey colouration and display crystals of aegirine. Specimens are available in multiple sizes and come supplied in a card tray with an information label.

    Out of stock

  • Palaeophis typhaeus – Vertebra £4.50 ex VAT

    Palaeophis typhaeus vertebra specimens collected from the Eocene London Clays of Isle of Sheppey, Kent. Palaeophis is an extinct genus of marine snake, fossils of which have been found in Cretaceous through to Eocene sediments. We have numerous specimens available, see descriptions below and chose your desired specimen from the drop down menu.

  • Pliosaur Vertebra – Liopleurodon sp. £32.00 ex VAT

    Species Name: Pliosaur Vertebra – Liopleurodon sp.

    Family: Pliosaur

    Age: Jurassic, Kimmeridgian, approximately 152 to 157 million years old.

    Location: Weymouth, Dorset, UK

  • Trinucleus fimbriatus Cephalon £2.00 ex VAT

    Class: Trilobita (Trilobites)
    Genus: Trinucleus
    Species: fimbriatus

    Age: Middle Ordivician (443 – 485 Ma)
    Location: Bulith, Wales, UK

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