Wholesale

Listed below are our wholesale items for sale to store owners or other fossil dealers:
Whole Megalodons, Partial Megalodons, Polished Megalodons, Collector Megalodons, Pound Bags, and Necklaces!

WE HAVE A MINIMUM $250 PURCHASE & YOU MUST HAVE A TAX I.D.
To make a purchase from our wholesale page.

To inquire about prices, please email us at [email protected].

Thank you and enjoy!

These teeth are of commercial quality. Which means that they have no major flaws and are complete teeth. The serrations will be worn to none because of the river wear over millions of years. There may be minor damage such as minor nicks to the root or edge of the tooth but nothing substantial. Still a great tooth! If you do not like them after ten days send them back for a full refund.

Stands

With our box deals you can mix it up however you like. It just has to make a complete box!!!
All Box Deals can be Commercial, Polished, or Mixed.

Small Box Deal

Small Box Deal

Approximate Retail Price values to $1,350 – Wholesale Price $650

(10) 2 ” Commercial Megalodon
(4) 2 1/2 ” Commercial Megalodon
(2) 3 ” Commercial Megalodon
(1) 3 1/2 ” Commercial Megalodon
(1) 4 ” Commercial Megalodon
(1) 4 1/2 ” Commercial Megalodon

Large Box Deal

Large Box Deal

Approximate Retail Price values to $6,446 – Wholesale Price $2,370

for all large box deals !!!

(10) 3 ” Commercial Megalodon
(9) 3 1/2 ” Commercial Megalodon
(8) 4 ” Commercial Megalodon
(7) 4 1/2″ Commercial Megalodon
(6) 5 ” Commercial Megalodon

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Commercial Megalodon Teeth

These teeth are only examples of the quality you will be receiving

Commercial Polished Megalodon Teeth

These teeth are only examples of the quality you will be receiving

Size

Price

1  ” – 1 1/2 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$15 Each

1 1/2 ” – 2 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$20 Each

2 ” – 2 1/2 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$30 Each

2 1/2 ” – 3 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$45 Each

3 ” – 3 1/2 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$60 Each

3 1/2 ” – 4 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$80Each

4 ” – 4 1/2 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$100 Each

4 1/2 ” – 5 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$175 - $225 Each

5 1/2 ” – 5 3/4 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$225-$250 Each

5 3/4 ” – 6 ” Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$250-$300 Each


6 ” – Commercial Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$400 – ???? Each

Collector Polished Megalodon Teeth

These teeth are examples of the quality you will be receiving

Size

Price

 1/2 ” – 2 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$20 Each

1 1/2 ” – 2 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$30 Each

2 ” – 2 1/2 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$40 Each

2 1/2 ” – 3 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$60 Each

3 ” – 3 1/2 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$75 Each

3 1/2 ” – 4 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$100 Each

4 ” – 4 1/2 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$150 Each

4 1/2 ” – 5 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$200 Each

5 1/2 ” – 5 3/4 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$250 Each

5 3/4 ” – 6 ” Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$300 - $500 Each


6 ” – Collector Quality Polished Megalodon Sharks Teeth

$ ASK FOR PRICING $

Commercial Extinct Mako Teeth

Size

Price

1 – 1 1/4 ” Commercial Extinct Mako Teeth

$10 Each

1 1/4 – 1 1/2 ” Commercial Extinct Mako Teeth

$12 Each

1 1/2 – 2 ” Commercial Extinct Mako Teeth

$15 Each

2  – 2 1/4 ” Commercial Extinct Mako Teeth

$20 Each

2 1/4 – 2 1/2 ” Commercial Extinct Mako Teeth

$25 Each

Wholesale Partial Megalodon Sharks Teeth

These are what we find most of while scuba diving in the rivers of South Carolina

50% Complete Megalodon Sharks Teeth

1 inch > 5 inches

$35 per pound
20 pounds or more $30 per pound

75% Complete Megalodon Sharks Teeth

1 inch > 5 inches

3″ & Under 5″
$60 per pound
20 pounds or more $45 per pound
for teeth 3″ – 5″
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Teeth 3″ & Under
$70 per pound
20 pounds or more $60 per pound

90% Complete Megalodon Sharks Teeth

1 inch > 5 inches.

3″ & Under 5″
$120 per pound
20 pounds or more $100 per pound
for teeth 3″ – 5″
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Teeth 3″ & Under
$150 per pound
20 pounds or more $120 per pound

Wholesale Polished Partial Megalodon Sharks Teeth

These teeth are examples of the quality you will be receiving

One Pound Bag Mixed Sharks Teeth

1pndbag1

1 Pound Bag of B-Grade Venice Beach Mixed Reef Shark Teeth. Miocene: 12 Million Years Old

$50
1 Pound bag Mixed Reef Shark Teeth
Approx. 600 pieces.

North African Shark Teeth

wholemor1

Beautifully Wire Wrapped North African Extinct Otodus Obilquus Teeth from the Eocene Epoch. Approximately 50 million years old.

$1 each
7/8 – 1 11/16

wholemor2

Beautiful North African Extinct Squalicorax Teeth from the Eocene Epoch. Approximately 50 million years old.

$1 Each
7/8 – 1 1/4 ”

wholemor3

Beautifully North African Extinct Otodus Obilquus Teeth from the Eocene Epoch. Approximately 50 million years old.

45 cents each
7/8 – 1 1/4 “

wholemor4

1 Pound of Beautiful B-Grade North African Extinct Sand Tiger Shark Teeth From The Eocene Epoch. Approximately 50 million years old. Perfect for Birthday Party Fossil Digs

$35 pound
11/16 – 1 3/8 ”

wholemor5

Beautifully Wire Wrapped Fossil North African Sand Tiger Teeth from the Eocene Epoch. Approximately 50 Million Years Old.

$1 each
7/8 – 1 11/16″
$1 each or 70 cents each for 500 or more pieces

Bulk Sand Tiger Teeth

wholesandA

 Pound of A-Grade North African Extinct Sand Tiger Shark Teeth From The Eocene Epoch.
Approximately 50 million years old. Perfect for Birthday Party Fossil Digs.
A-Grade Teeth are complete teeth.

$30 per Pound

wholesandB

1 Pound of B-Grade North African Extinct Sand Tiger Shark Teeth From The Eocene Epoch.
Approximately 50 million years old. Perfect for Birthday Party Fossil Digs.
B-Grade consist of a mix of complete and partial teeth.

$12 per Pound

wholesandB

1 Pound of C-Grade North African Extinct Sand Tiger Shark Teeth From The Eocene Epoch.
Approximately 50 million years old. Perfect for Birthday Party Fossil Digs.
C-Grade Teeth consist of mostly partial teeth.

$8 per Pound

Extinct Bakersfield Mako Shark Teeth

BakersfieldA

1 Inch Extinct Bakersfield Mako (Isurus Planus) Shark Teeth

$3 Each

BakersfieldB

1.25 Inch Extinct Bakersfield Mako (Isurus Planus) Shark Teeth

$6 Each

BakersfieldC

1.5 Inch Extinct Bakersfield Mako (Isurus Planus) Shark Teeth

$12 Each

Fossils

AGTUR

These fossils are most likely Eocene in age. The shell of these gastropods has been replaced by a yellowish-orange chalcedony

$15 Per Pound

ORTHO3

Orthoceras fossils from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. They mostly range from 2-3" in length, some slightly larger and some slightly smaller and the exact shape of the pieces varies. The fossils commonly known as orthoceras are extinct "straight" cephalopods that lived during the Upper Devonian period around 370 million years ago. Like other cephalopods they lived inside of their shell, had tentacles they could use to grab food and used jet propulsion, squirting water to move. The rock containing them is quarried from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and frequently polished to make decorative items with the fossils visible on the polished surface.

$6 Each

SMAMMON

Ammonites were predatory mollusks that resembled a squid with a shell. These cephalopods had eyes, tentacles, and spiral shells. They are more closely related to a living octopus, though the shells resemble that of a nautilus. Ammonites appeared in the fossil record about 240 million years ago and they barely survived several major extinction events. The last lineages disappeared 65 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous.

$45 per Pound

SMAMMON-B

Ammonites were predatory mollusks that resembled a squid with a shell. These cephalopods had eyes, tentacles, and spiral shells. They are more closely related to a living octopus, though the shells resemble that of a nautilus. Ammonites appeared in the fossil record about 240 million years ago and they barely survived several major extinction events. The last lineages disappeared 65 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous. 3" - 3/12" Inch

$15 Each

AH1.5

Assorted Agate Arrowheads is a nice mix and a great place to start for scouts, re-enactors and artisans. Using this as your inspiration, you can build your own lance or mount these in a shadowbox for display. Featuring a similar look found in Native American artifacts, they look like they were hand knapped...well, almost! These vary from 1" tall to 1-1/2" tall. The colors range from a cement shade to rusty brown, each lot will be different. Great quality, economically priced, these Assorted Agate Arrowheads are perfect for all your projects!

$30 per
100pc Bag

CLAM1

A bivalve is a mollusk that has two shells connected at a hinge by a ligament and closed by muscles. The ligament, made of organic material, is rarely preserved in fossils. Bivalves would burrow into the sediment, bore into stone, or attach themselves with a filament. Clams, mussels, and oysters are bivalves.  

$5 per Pound

SNAIL1

Cepaea Snail Fossils Pliocene Gastropods Mollusks Morocco
Gastropod
Boujdour, Western Sahara (Morocco)
Cretaceous Period - 100 million years old

$5 per Pound

GASTRO1

Brachiopod
Name - Rhynchonella grasiana
Location - Midlet, Morocco
Late Cretaceous - about 88 million years ago

$5 per Pound

GLDWIRE1

Gold Wire Wrapped Sand Tiger Teeth

$50 per
100pcs.

OYSTER1

Oysters from Morocco

$5 per Pound

PARTTRILO

Trilobites were a very diverse group of extinct marine arthropods. They first appeared in the fossil record in the Early Cambrian (521 million years ago) and went extinct during the Permian mass extinction (250 million years ago). They were one of the most successful of the early animals on our planet with over 25k described species, filling nearly every evolutionary niche. Due in large part to a hard exoskeleton (shell), they left a excellent fossil record.

$50 for 50 Pieces

SEAURCHIN1

Sea Urchins from Morocco

$5 per Pound

SNAKEVERT1

Snake Vertebrae

$50 per 100 Pieces

SQUAL1

Squalicorax would have had a body type very similar to todays grey sharks but the teeth most closely resembled that of tiger sharks. It was likely a coastal predator, but there is evidence it was also a scavenger as evidenced by a Squalicorax tooth having been found embedded on the bone of a Hadrosaur. Hadrosaurs were terrestrial dinosaurs, so it likely had died on land and been swept out to see.

$20 per Pound

TRILOIMP1

Trilobites were a very diverse group of extinct marine arthropods. They first appeared in the fossil record in the Early Cambrian (521 million years ago) and went extinct during the Permian mass extinction (250 million years ago). They were one of the most successful of the early animals on our planet with over 25k described species, filling nearly every evolutionary niche. Due in large part to a hard exoskeleton (shell), they left a excellent fossil record.

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NATTURTELLA

Fossil Gastropod collected near Assa, Morocco. These fossils are most likely Eocene in age. The shell of these gastropods has been replaced by a yellowish-orange chalcedony.

$15 per Pound

BGRADEVEN

BGrade Teeth from Venice, Variety of different Reef Shark

$50 per Pound