Aegasteroceras Saggitarium is an exctinct species of ammonite which lived during the lower lias of the Jurassic period, this specimen, which was found in Scunthorpe, north Lincolnshire, UK has been profesisonally prepped and cleaned before being mounted/cemented onto a block of oolitic ironstone. Over all, the fossil is excellent, the shell features bold, smooth polished ribbing and a clear coil, easily visible with the naked eye. It measures 8 cm in diameter, and the block it is mounted on measures 22 x 15 x 5 cm in sizes and weighs 2.15 kg. The base of the oolitic ironstone has been cut, making it flat allowing the blcok to stand freely on its own. An excellent display piece, it is ideal for a collector who wishes to display it or for enthusiasts looking for something a little different.