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Gray Root, Multi-Color Enamel

 

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FOSSIL HEMIPRISTIS SHARK TEETH

 

 

HEMIPRISTIS  "Snaggle Tooth" TEETH

While today's snaggletooth shark is not very large or dangerous, there was another species, Hemipristis serra, which lived in the Atlantic Ocean during the Oligocene and Miocene. This shark was considerably larger than its modern day relative, and had much larger teeth. Marks made by the teeth of H. serra are often found on the bones of the manatee leading some scientists to hypothesize that H. serra specialized in preying on these sirenians.

The unusual teeth of Hemipristis serra are highly prized by collectors because they are often found in sediments in Southern Florida that yield extremely colorful fossil shark teeth. Their outstandingly large serrations make it a favorite collectible.

These Beautiful teeth have been electroplated with 24k Gold.

 

 

BARGAIN MEGALODON TEETH

 

These are 100% authentic shark teeth. To View a larger version of the tooth, simply click the picture.

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and

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Certificates of Authenticity, Display Stands and Books are sold separately

You can find them for purchase at the bottom of this page.

 

         

GOLD PLATED FOSSIL HEMIPRISTIS

 

Item # Availability Size Price CLICK ON PHOTO !
GOLDHEMI1 NEW  

1 3/8"

Gray Root, Multi-Color Enamel

 

$60      

 

GOLDHEMI2 NEW  

1 3/8"

Gray Root, Multi-Color Enamel

 

$60        

    

 

FOSSIL HEMIPRISTIS

HEMIPRISTIS  "Snaggle Tooth" TEETH

While today's snaggletooth shark is not very large or dangerous, there was another species, Hemipristis serra, which lived in the Atlantic Ocean during the Oligocene and Miocene. This shark was considerably larger than its modern day relative, and had much larger teeth. Marks made by the teeth of H. serra are often found on the bones of the manatee leading some scientists to hypothesize that H. serra specialized in preying on these sirenians.

The unusual teeth of Hemipristis serra are highly prized by collectors because they are often found in sediments in Southern Florida that yield extremely colorful fossil shark teeth. Their outstandingly large serrations make it a favorite collectible.

 

Item # Availability Size Price CLICK ON PHOTO !
   701 NEW 7/8+"

Gray Root, Multi-Color Enamel

$15  

 

702 NEW 1  1/16+"

Light Gray Root, Dark Gray Enamel

$20  

 

703 NEW  

  15/16 + "

Gray Root, Deep Blue Enamel

 

$20  

 

704 NEW  

 1  5/16  "

Brown Root, Grayish Tan Enamel

Wide Root and Enamel

 

$30  
705 NEW  

1  1/8  "

Jet Black Root, Light Metallic Gray Enamel

Fantastic Specimen

 

$20
706 NEW  

1  1/4  "

Light Gray Root, Light Gray Enamel

Extremely Sharp Serrations

 

$30  

707 NEW  

1  3/16 " 

Brown Root, Light Tan Enamel

Perfect Serrations

 

$30  

708 NEW  

1  3/8 +  " 

Jet Black Root, Very Light Bluish Gray Enamel

Nice Wide Specimen

 

$30
709 NEW  

1 1/4  " 

Light Tan Root, Bluish Gray Enamel

Edgy Specimen

 

$30  

710 NEW  

1  5/16  "

Light Tan Root, Light Gray Enamel

Very Sharp Serrations

 

$30  

711 NEW  

1  3/16+"

Black Root, Black Gray Enamel

 

$25  

712 NEW  

1  3/8 "

Jet Black Root, Very Light Bluish Gray Enamel

Pointy Upper Specimen

 

$25
713 NEW

 

1  5/16  " 

Brown Root, Light Gray Enamel

Awesome Serrations

 

$30

 

714 NEW  

1 5/16  " 

Dark Brown Root, Light Gray Enamel

Perfectly Serrated

 

 

715 NEW

 

1  9/16  "

Light Gray Root, Tan Enamel

Beautiful Contrast

 

$30  

716 NEW  

1  7/16  + "

Light Gray Root, Light Grey Enamel

Beautiful Large Serrations

 

 

717 NEW  

1  3/8 " 

Brown Root, Brown Enamel

Beautiful Specimen With Nice Serrations

 

$35  

718 NEW  

1  1/2  "

Charcoal Gray Root, Light Metallic Gray Enamel

Spectacular Bone Valley Specimen

 

$35
719 NEW

 

1  5/16  + " 

Jet Black Root, Metallic Gray Enamel

Great Choice

 

$35
720 NEW  

1  5/8"

Tan Root, Blue Gray Enamel

 

$20  

721 NEW  

1  1/4+"

Light Gray Root, Dark and Light Gray Enamel

 

$30  

722 NEW  

1  1/2  " 

Dark Brown Root, Light Gray Enamel

Nice Wide Tooth

 

$30  

723 NEW  

1  5/16"

Dark Gray Root, Dark and Light Gray Enamel

 

$30  

  

724 NEW  

1  1/4  "

Charcoal Gray Root, Dark Gray Enamel

Excellent Specimen

 

$15
725 NEW  

1  1/2 "

Jet Black Root, Light Bluish Gray Enamel

Nice Snaggle Shark Tooth

 

$20  

 

726 NEW

1  7/16  " 

Brown Root, Tan & Brown Enamel

Beautiful Specimen

$30  

727 NEW

1  3/8 + "

Light Tan Root, Very Light Gray Enamel

    Beautiful Serrations, Wando River

 

   

728 NEW  

1  1/2  "

Charcoal Gray Root, Dark Blue Enamel

Nice & Wide Tooth

 

$35

 

729 NEW

1  9/16  " 

Charcoal Gray Root, Light Gray Enamel

Exquisite Serrations

$35  

   

730 NEW  

1 7/16  " 

Jet Black Root, Very Light Bluish Gray Enamel

Very Prominent Serrations

 

$35

 

 

CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY

THIS INCLUDES A PICTURE OF YOUR TOOTH THE SIZE AND LOCATION IT WAS FOUND *

 

ITEM   PRICE CLICK ON IMAGE
COA1  

Professional Certificate of Authenticity with picture of the tooth that you ordered.

COA includes the size, the description of the tooth you ordered with the location it was found.

Very Professional And Scientific

$10 (Email COA ONLY)

 

$10  

 

 

COA2  

Professional Certificate of Authenticity with picture of the tooth that you ordered.

COA includes the size, the description of the tooth you ordered with the location it was found.

Very Professional And Scientific

$18.50 (Signed Hard Copy Delivered Via USPS Priority Mail)

 

$18.50  

 

 

STANDS

THE TEETH ARE NOT INCLUDED *

ITEM PRICE CLICK ON THE IMAGE
Stand1 $8    

   

 

(Peg requires light tapping for assembly)

Megstand1 $20  

   

    

BOOK1 $10

 

Fossilized Shark's Teeth and Fossils


This is a 29 page color Identification guide .
Includes the majority of the shark teeth found on the South Eastern coast and also shows pictures of other
fossils that you may encounter walking the shorelines and river banks.