Pyritic Ammonites from Charmouth
Various pyritic Ammonites from Charmouth, typically Promicroceras. These pieces are typically brushed with a brass brush to give them a golden shine – however, we often stock pieces as they are found, so you have the choice of whether to brush them or not.
These pieces are usually supplied with silica gel – we recommend keeping the sachet with the fossil and not storing them in a humid environment.
Currently, our stock comprises of:
- #1 – 23.4×14.7×7.2MM – a triple Ammonite sandwich. 😀
- #2 – 26.5x21x6.3MM – a reasonably large piece with some decent detail.
- #3 – 16.6×14.4×3.9MM – a smaller piece with some nice detail in the centre.
- #4 – 17.2x14x4MM – a smaller piece with evidence of crushing, whether this is an attack or just natural damage cannot be seen.
- #5 – 17×14.5×4.5MM – a nice small piece with one very detailed side and one damaged side.
- #6 – 14.1×11.9x4MM – a nice small piece with good details except for the centre.
- #7 – 14.4×12.5x8MM – an interesting wider Ammonite, quite thick.
- #8 – 17.4x14x4.9MM – a nicely detailed smaller piece with evidence of crushing, whether this is an attack or just natural damage cannot be seen.
- #9 – 10×8.5×3.8MM – nice smaller piece, sadly a little weathered.
- #10 – 12.7×10.4x5MM – nicely detailed piece.
- #11 – 13.6×10.6×4.2MM – a nicely detailed piece with some damage, unfortunately.
- #12 – 10×8.2×3.6MM – nicely detailed cute little piece.
- #13 – 29.5x19x8MM – three partial Ammonites on a matrix piece.
- #14 – 16.1×13.4×5.2MM – a nicely detailed partially brassy piece.
- #15 – 30.7×22.4×9.6MM – a cracked Pyrite nodule with at least two Ammonites in.
- #16 – a packet of six lower quality or damaged Ammonites from Charmouth.
- #17 – a packet of six lower quality or damaged Ammonites from Charmouth.