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A0909 - Details

This is a giant Museum Quality jet-black Megalodon tooth that is in top 2% of all that I find. I found it diving yesterday on September 7 with the teeth in the last photo. The enamel, bourrelet and root could not be much nicer. The tip and serrations are super sharp and just about every serration is in place. It measures 5" long and over 3-3/8" wide. It is a stunning tooth that will add to any collection.
Specifications:
  • Length One: 5.00"
  • Length Two: 4.75"
  • Width: 3.45
SOLD
$495.00

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