This is a small collection of four fossil Fish Teeth from the Triassic Period, (200 million years). Four examples of oolitic limestone each with a fossil fish tooth from the Limestone Cayton quarry. Nr. Scarborough.

Provenance: from a historic ‘Victorian Museum’ collection; from the stock of Gregory, Bottley & Lloyd (1981-2014); formerly with Gregory, Bottley & Co. (1932-1981) and previously with J. R. Gregory & Co. (1898-1932); originally in the collection of the famous James Reynolds Gregory (1858-1898), from the reference collection of Gregory, Bottley & Lloyd.


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Victorian Fossil Fish Teeth Collection. NP Collectables
MF108 Victorian Fossil Fish Teeth Collection
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