Fossil Shark and Ray Teeth From Miocene Item, c. 17 Million Years Old, Real Relic

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Fossil Shark and Ray Teeth From Miocene Item, c. 17 Million Years Old, Real Relic

Description: This item is a part of our Real Relic Collection and is for One item (Shark or Ray Tooth) out of a group of Nineteen. These are Fossil Shark and Ray Teeth from Miocene. They are c. 17 Million years old, Southeastern USA, well-preserved with Blue-Black Patination. The largest 33 mm (1.3 Inches) in length. Items are chosen at random unless requested.

Each Fossil comes with our High Quality Magnetic Sealing Acrylic 4x6x1 Inch Display Plaque with Color Artwork explaining Item, a 2x2x1 Inch Solid Acrylic Item Stand and Display Jar. These are as appear in pictures.

Condition: These Ancient Shark and Ray Teeth are all in excellent condition and complete with no damage. They also all have a very nice coating of Blue-Black Patina as shown in pictures.  

Documentation: This item was originally purchased by Reel Art from the well known Stanley Lowell collection. at a auction of his estate. This item has previously been reviewed by Experts  at the auction and is absolutely guaranteed to be authentic. You will receive a Numbered Certificate of Authenticity along with the item. You will also receive information about The items.

The item described is guaranteed to be of the time period and condition as described, has been exported legally and is legal to buy and sell under all international laws relating to cultural patrimony.

Real Relic Collection: This collection contains a group of Limited Quantity and different Real and Rare Artifacts that contain varying subject matter including: Historical, Religious, Movie, Television, Ancient Mystery Items and much more. These items come with a Signed and Numbered Certificate of Authenticity plus some items also come with a book, Pamphlet or Information page about subject matter about each item. Each item is Very limited in quanitity due to their rareness as an artifact.