162.3g, 2.3"x1.8" Hand Polished Fossil Orthoceras Stone Egg from Morocco,FE69
Weight: About 162.3 Grams
Length: About 2.3"
Width/Thickness: About 1.8"
Made in: Morocco
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This egg is carved from dark carboniferous limestone matrix rock enclosing Calcite replaced Orthoceras fossils. Orthoceras, meaning "straight horn", is an extinct Mollusk with a long cone shaped chambered shell. The Orthoceras first appeared in the fossil record around 500 million years ago and went extinct with the dinosaurs around 65 million years ago. Auction includes tripod wood stand as pictured. A great fossil egg for display, collection and study from Morocco.
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