Fossil Shark Tooth. "Edestus heinrichi" from Illinois

Edestus heinrichi was a large 15 foot shark from the Pennsylvanian Period. This specimen was found at the base of the Anna Shale Formation at the contact with the underlying Herrin #6 Coal Seam of Carbondale Group in Coulterville, Illinois. Unfortunately, it lost a bit of its left bottom corner w the shale split off. The rest of the tooth is in pristine condition with incredible serrations. The tooth measures 1 1/2" across the bottom and 1 1/4" from the left bottom corner to the tip. The matrix measures approximately 6" x 4". Shipping will be $4.60 anyw in the U.S. and $20.00 to most of Eur ope via priority mail. Satisfaction guaranteed, of course, or return for a refund including all shipping costs. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you and good luck!! Scott