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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The tooth measures 4
13/16" long.  This is a RARE, un-erupted, undeveloped replacement tooth!!

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 18 $125.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The RARE JUVENILE tooth measures 2
3/8" long. 

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 11 $155.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The tooth measures 3
1/4" long. 

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 12 $155.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The tooth measures 4" long. 

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 13 $155.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The tooth measures 4
1/4" long. 

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 14 $115.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The tooth measures 4
7/8" long. 

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 15 $135.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The tooth measures 4
9/16" long.  There are white barnacles present on this tooth.

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 16 $155.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The tooth measures 4
7/8" long.  There is one white barnacle present on this tooth.

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 17 $125.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.    The tooth measures 4
13/16" long.  This is a RARE, un-erupted, undeveloped replacement tooth!!

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 18 $175.00                                               


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Name:  Dorudon ferox
Geologic Age:   Late Eocene
Stratigraphic detail:   River Find
Location:   Dixie County, Florida
Comments:   Nice tooth from this extinct Whale.. Dorudon ("Spear-Tooth") was a genus of ancient cetacean that lived alongside Basilosaurus 41 to 33 million years ago, in the Eocene. They were about five meters (16 ft) long and were most likely carnivorous, feeding on small fish and mollusks. Dorudontines lived in warm seas around the world.

Dorudon Whale Tooth 1 $175.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp. (Sperm Whale)
Geologic Age:   Miocene-Pliocene
Stratigraphic detail:   East Georgia River
Location:    Georgia
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from an ancient Sperm Whale "Scaldicetus".  This specimen is 100% natural.  Most whale teeth that come onto the market have been commercially polished.  Not this one... it has a natural river patina present.  The enamel on the tip is beautiful.  There is just a bit of natural feeding wear on the very tip of the tooth.  It is also fully rooted!!  This specimen is a nice black and brown and very, very solid.. it has a bit of weight to it for the size..  The tooth measures an impressive 6 3/8" long. 

Scaldicetus Whale Tooth 1 $295.00                                               


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Name:  Odontocete Whale - Agorophius sp.
Geologic Age:   Oligocene
Stratigraphic detail:   Wanadoo River
Location:    South Carolina
Comments:   This is another extremely rare tooth.. it comes from the primitive whale "Agorophius".    It will come in the 5" x 6" Riker Mount as shown...

Agorophius Tooth 1 $395.00                                               


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Name:  Basilosaurus
Geologic Age:   Eocene (36 Million Years Ago)
Stratigraphic detail:   Western Sahara Desert
Location:    Morocco, North Africa
Comments:   This is an extremely rare tooth.. it comes from the primitive whale "Basilosaurus".  This is a molar tooth which would have been used for crushing/chewing...  It measures approx. 2
5/8" tall x 1 15/16" wide.  There have been a couple of crack repairs and the very tip of the center cusp has been repaired/restored.  It will come in the 5" x 6" Riker Mount as shown...

Basilosaurus Tooth 1 $375.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp.
Geologic Age:   Miocene (13 Million Years Ago)
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    
ACE Basin, South Carolina
Comments:   Nice tooth from this extinct Whale.. it has been polished to show off the beauty of the tooth.  The bulk of the tooth would have been buried in the jaw of the whale.. the root of the tooth.  The end of the tooth that hooks slightly is where the cusp of the tooth would have been.  After 13 Million Years the enamel is long gone but the inside of the tooth with the growth lines is present and beautiful!   2 9/16" long.

Whale Tooth 5 $35.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp.
Geologic Age:   Miocene (13 Million Years Ago)
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    
ACE Basin, South Carolina
Comments:   Nice tooth from this extinct Whale.. it has been polished to show off the beauty of the tooth.  The bulk of the tooth would have been buried in the jaw of the whale.. the root of the tooth.  The end of the tooth that hooks slightly is where the cusp of the tooth would have been.  After 13 Million Years the enamel is long gone but the inside of the tooth with the growth lines is present and beautiful!   4 1/8" long.  This is a half tooth that was split along the length to show the growth patterns inside of the tooth.

Whale Tooth 9 $35.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp.
Geologic Age:   Miocene (13 Million Years Ago)
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    
ACE Basin, South Carolina
Comments:   Nice tooth from this extinct Whale.. it has been polished to show off the beauty of the tooth.  The bulk of the tooth would have been buried in the jaw of the whale.. the root of the tooth.  The end of the tooth that hooks slightly is where the cusp of the tooth would have been.  After 13 Million Years the enamel is long gone but the inside of the tooth with the growth lines is present and beautiful!   3 11/16" long.

Whale Tooth 13 $60.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp.
Geologic Age:   Miocene (13 Million Years Ago)
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    
ACE Basin, South Carolina
Comments:   Nice tooth from this extinct Whale.. it has been polished to show off the beauty of the tooth.  The bulk of the tooth would have been buried in the jaw of the whale.. the root of the tooth.  The end of the tooth that hooks slightly is where the cusp of the tooth would have been.  After 13 Million Years the enamel is long gone but the inside of the tooth with the growth lines is present and beautiful!   3.75" long.

Whale Tooth 14 $60.00                                               


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Name:  Scaldicetus sp.
Geologic Age:   Miocene (13 Million Years Ago)
Stratigraphic detail:   Hawthorne Formation
Location:    
ACE Basin, South Carolina
Comments:   Nice tooth from this extinct Whale.. it has been polished to show off the beauty of the tooth.  The bulk of the tooth would have been buried in the jaw of the whale.. the root of the tooth.  The end of the tooth that hooks slightly is where the cusp of the tooth would have been.  After 13 Million Years the enamel is long gone but the inside of the tooth with the growth lines is present and beautiful!   4 9/16" long.

Whale Tooth 18 $80.00