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Note: This is a list of fossils does not represent the official auction order in which bidding will occur.

 

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  • Humpback Whale Metal Wall Sculpture 1412
  • 12 Tiger Shark Teeth: Lee Creek 1414
  • “3 stone pendants, one with sterling silver chain” 1415
  • 3 NC Whale Jaw Fragments (Repaired)
  • Crocodile scutes (4) and teeth (2): not associated 1420
  • “1 Lee Creek Whale Tooth, 1 Lee Creek Squalodon tooth, 2 SC Archeaocete Teeth”
  • “3 Lee Creek C. megalodon teeth, largest 3 1/4″””
  • “3 Lee Creek C. megalodon teeth, largest 3″”” 1426
  • SC Whale Tooth 1430
  • “Lee Creek Deformed whale vertebrae (2), shark vertebra (1): Becky Hyne”
  • “5”” C. megalodon tooth, Golden Beach, FL”
  • Modern Coral
  • Large slab of picture sandstone
  • “3 1/2″” C. megalodon from Rowan County Dump”
  • Custom made coffin
  • Crinoid slab 1443
  • Crinoid slab
  • Custom made wooden case with 17 Native American Projectile Points 1448
  • Custom made wooden case with 20 Native American Projectile Points
  • Custom made wooden case with 6 Native American Artifacts 1451
  • Custom made wooden case with 14 Native American Artifacts 1454
  • Large Quartz Crystal on wooden base
  • Slab of 7 starfish 1458
  • Slab with 2 amphibians and 1 fish (?) 1468
  • Slab of 4 trilobites and 2 starfish 1471
  • Trilobite
  • Trilobite 1475
  • Otodus vertebrae in wooden display case 1477
  • “SC Great White Shark Tooth, 2 1/2″””
  • Morocco Archeocete Teeth (restored); 1 canine and 1 molar
  • Spinosaur tooth with feeding wear ??
  • 3 Morocco Spinosaur Teeth
  • “Lee Creek C. megalodon tooth 2 3/4″””
  • Morocco Archeocete Molar (restored)
  • “Summerville, SC C. megalodon 3″””
  • “4 Hexanchus teeth, Chile” 1494
  • “4 Sawfish rostrals, Morocco”
  • “Super rare, extreme lateral C. megalodon tooth, Meherrin River, NC” 1498
  • “Suite of 5 deformed shark teeth, Morocco”
  • “Suite of 5 deformed shark teeth, Morocco”
  • “2 1/2″” C. megalodon, Golden Beach, FL”
  • “3 Great White Shark Teeth, New Bern, NC”
  • “2 1/4″” C. megalodon, Venice, FL”
  • “2 Great White Shark Teeth, New Bern, NC”
  • “2 1/4″” C. megalodon, Venice, FL”
  • “2 1/2″” C. auriculatus, Morocco” 1517
  • “1 3/4″” Notidanodon, Morocco”
  • “4 raptor teeth, Morocco”
  • “Mako and Great White teeth, Bakersfield, CA”
  • “Edestus tooth, Sparta, IL”
  • “2 Great White Shark Teeth, New Bern, NC”
  • “2 Mako teeth, Bakersfield, CA”
  • “3 Great White Shark Teeth, New Bern, NC”
  • “2 1/4″” shark tooth, Kazakhstan” 1534
  • 3 Paleocarcarodon teeth
  • “2 Notidanodon teeth, Morocco” 1538
  • “Bramble shark tooth, Lee Creek” 1540
  • “8 Mako teeth, Bakersfield, CA”
  • “2 stone beads, Chile”
  • “2 Mako teeth, Bakersfield, CA”
  • “2 Mako teeth, Bakersfield, CA”
  • “2 1/4″” C. megalodon, Venice, FL”
  • “Hexanchus tooth from Chile, with 11 cusps”
  • “5 sawfish and 15 barracuda teeth, NC”
  • Porpoise rostrum w/6 teeth: not associated 1558
  • “6 shark teeth from New Bern, NC (assorted)”
  • “7 shark teeth from New Bern, NC (assorted)”
  • “8 shark teeth, New Bern, NC (assorted)”
  • “5 shark teeth, New Bern, NC (assorted)”
  • “6 Hemipristis serra, Lee Creek” 1568
  • “2 Sawfish Rostral Teeth, Morocco” 1570
  • “2 3/4″” Sawfish Rostral Tooth, Morocco”
  • “3 1/2″” Sawfish Rostral Tooth, Morocco”
  • “2 1/2″” C. saharicus tooth, Morocco”
  • “3 3/4″” Spinosaurus tooth, Morocco”
  • “Ichthyosaur communis tooth, Ural Mountains, Russia” 1579
  • “Fossil crab claw, Scylla seratta, Cleveland Bay, North Queensland” 1582
  • “Whale tooth, Pliocene, Antofagasta, Chile”
  • “4 6/16″” C. megalodon, Georgia, USA” 1587
  • “10 assorted porpoise teeth (not associated), Lee Creek”
  • “3 15/16″” C. megalodon, Lee Creek”
  • “4 1/8″” C. megalodon, Lee Creek”
  • “4”” C. megalodon, SC”
  • “4 1/8″” C. megalodon, Venice, FL”
  • Assorted NC fossils
  • “5 Hemipristis serra, Lee Creek”
  • “Shark tooth necklace, Mako, sterling silver” 1608
  • “Shark tooth necklace, Great White, sterling silver”
  • “Shark tooth necklace, Mako, sterling silver, Venice, FL”
  • “Shark tooth necklace, Great White, sterling silver, Summerville, SC”
  • Snapping Turtle mandible
  • “slab of petrified wood and two agate/crystals, Brazil”
  • “Pig tusk, Sus strozzi, Plio-Pleistocene, Indonesia, Jawah Tengah (Java) Solo River” 1619
  • Walrus tusk
  • “Assorted mammal fossils: horse, bison, sloth, deer”
  • “3 3/4″” C. megalodon, Lee Creek” 1624
  • “3 15/16″” C. megalodon, Lee Creek”
  • “8 assorted porpoise teeth w/jaw section (not associated), Lee Creek”
  • “3 1/2″” diameter C. angustidens vertebra, SC”
  • “Shark bitten bones, Lee Creek”
  • “6 3/4″” Ocean C. megalodon tooth, NC (restored)”
  • “6 1/2″” Ocean C. megalodon tooth, NC (restored)”
  • “6 1/8″” C. megalodon tooth, Burlington, NC (restored)”
  • “6 1/4″” C. megalodon tooth, Burlington, NC (restored)”
  • “4 3/8″” C. megalodon tooth, SC”
  • “Lee Creek, 4 fish tails”
  • “Lee Creek, suite of 10 Sand Tiger teeth”
  • “9 Hemipristis sp. teeth (not associated), SC”
  • Agate pendant with sterling silver necklace 1654
  • Assorted SC River teeth
  • “Lee Creek, suite of 8 Mako shark teeth (largest 2 1/4″”)”
  • “Seymchan (pallasite meteorite), Russia” 1735
  • “Suite of 4 Archeocete teeth, Morocco (not associated) (restored) and section of jaw, SC” 1661
  • Ancient Roman Glass Bracelet Ca. 100-200 A.D.
  • “Fossil crab, Daira speciosa” 1667
  • “Fossil stingray, Cyclotis radian, Wyoming” 1668
  • “Cretaceous Echinoderm, Hemipneustes striatoradiatus, Belgium “
  • Crab 
  • “Roman Glass Vase, blue”
  • “Roman Glass Jar, small”
  • “Roman Glass Vase, tall” 1682
  • “Gold specimen, North Quebec, Canada”
  • “Natural Silver specimen, Stevens County, Washington”
  • “Quartz cluster, spinel crystals, large”
  • “Quartz cluster, spinel crystals, small”
  • “Labradorite specimen, polished” 1694
  • “Ocean Jasper specimen, Madagascar, polished”
  • Tampa Bay Coral  Specimen
  • Turtle (red)
  • “Turtle, in matrix (tan)”
  • Large Quartz Crystal
  • Large Quartz sphere w/stand
  • “Basilosaurus whale tooth, Morocco?? – R ??” 1715
  • “Baracuda jaw section with teeth, SC” 1719
  • “Fossil rodent, In matrix, repaired”
  • “Fossil Mako shark tooth in matrix, location??”
  • “Fossil Fish, Centriscus, Oligocene”
  • “Pyncnodont jaw and bones in matrix, location??”
  • Amethyst Specimen
  • “Large, Pyrite specimen”
  • “Rare Fossil Amphibian, Branchiosaurus caducus, Permian, Germany” 1732
  • Bakersfield Mako tooth in 2-way case
  • Bakersfield Mako tooth in 2-way case
  • Bakersfield Mako tooth in 2-way case
  • “Suite of 4 Lee Creek Shark Teeth; 1 C. megalodon, 3 Makos” 1742
  • Suite of 3 Lee Creek C. megalodon teeth
  • “Suite of 3 PaleocarcarodonShark Teeth, Morocco” 1747
  • “Suite of 4 Shark Teeth, Morocco, 2 Notidanodon, 2 Paleocarcarodon”
  • “Suite of 3 Fossil Great White Shark Teeth, California” 1752
  • “6 1/4″” Ocean C. megalodon tooth, NC (restored)”
  • “Suite of 9 Fossil Shark Teeth, 6 Makos (5 Lee Creek, 1 SC), 3 cowshark”
  • “Suite of 7 Otodussp. Shark Teeth, Morocco”
  • “Shark tooth necklace, Great White, sterling silver, Summerville, SC”
  • “Suite of 4 fossil pine cones, Morocco” 1761
  • Fossil Rodent skulls in matrix
  • Suite of 4 Intarsa pendants
  • “Belemnite cross-section in matrix, polished”
  • “Fossil Starfish, Ophiopetra sp.” 1769
  • “Rare Oligocene Fossil Lobster, Hoploparia sp., Kazakhstan”
  • “Rare 110mm Eoderoceras sp. pyritized fossil ammonite, Jurassic, UK” 1774
  • “Rare 60mm Crucilobiceras sp. pyritized fossil ammonite, Jurassic, UK”
  • “Rare 58mm Crucilobiceras sp. pyritized fossil ammonite, Jurassic, UK”
  • “Segment of fossil crocodile jaw w/teeth, FL”
  • “Large ammonite, cut” 1782
  • “Medium ammonite, cut”
  • Dominican Amber w/4 insects
  • Dominican Amber w/10 insects 1789
  • Dominican Amber w/ over 17 insects
  • “Fossil crab, Pulalius vulgaris” 1792
  • Fossil crab
  • Polished section of Mammoth tooth 1797
  • Oreodont skull reconstructed ??
  • “Medium ammonite, cut”
  • “Day-flying Moth, Urania leilus, South America”
  • “Butterfly, Papilio blumei, Australia”
  • “Sunset Moth, Chrysiridia sp., Family Uraniidae, Madagascar”
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