Cretaceous Fossil - Goblin Shark - Lateral Tooth Lot

This auction is for a group of some lateral teeth from the goblin shark, Scapanorhynchus Texanus, and they're from a Cretaceous formation in Monmouth County New Jersey. Roughly 75 - 80 million years old, the laterals are somewhat less common than the anterior teeth.

Please feel free to ask me any questions and I will do my best to get back to you either later that day or the next day.

About the Fossils:

None have been altered, repaired, or modified in any way unless explicitly stated. They were cleaned only with water, and I take care to remove all sand granules which can scratch them during storage / shipping. All were collected by myself, and every site I've visited has been left as I found it or cleaner.

About the Pictures:

All were taken through a macro lense and illuminated using an Ott-Lite photography lamp. I do my best to make them representative of the fossil being auctioned. When super-sized, I feel they allow buyers to see the fossil's quality and condition. They're not altered, adjusted, or enhanced, or resized.

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