Polished Dinosaur Bone:
These chunks of dinosaur bone have a polished cross section. These particular
fragments all show excellent cell structure detail and have a lot of color. The polish
further brings out the detail of the specimen. These are from a non-identified species,
Cretaceous in age (65-144 million years) and were collected from the Judith River
formation in Montana, USA.
This specimen shows a lot of crystallization both on the polished and non polished
surface. An excellent palm size piece! 12 oz weight
Item: PDB001 Price: $36.00
A nice rectangular piece that is less than 3/4 inches thick. This piece is
mostly brown with some deep red color. Wonderful cell structure! 5
Item: PDB002 Price: $26.00
Whoa!, brilliant red is the hallmark on the polished surface of this specimen!
This piece is half palm size and has external bone structure visible on one side.
5.5 oz weight
Item: PDB003 Price: $26.00
Massive 5 x 3 x 3 inch specimen polished with a lot of cell
structure, though the detail doesn't show up in the picture.
This is cut and polished near the ball joint and you'll see in the
detail page just what the reverse side looks like. Weights in
at 3 lb, 15 oz.
Nice earthy specimen loaded with cell structure. This one
seems to have a lot of hematite. It is roughly 3 x 1.5 x 3.5
deep. Weights 1 lb, 3 oz.
The picture just doesn't do this one justice! It has very nice
red, tan and brown tri color on the polished surface. Awesome
cell structure and you can see the darker marrow on the thicker
unpolished end. 5 x 4 x 1.75 inches. Weights 2 lb, 4 oz.
Very red specimen with one completely polished side, one smooth but
not polished side, one side with obvious exterior bone detail and
unfortunately a side with a saw mark. The saw mark is a flaw
and has been discounted accordingly. 4 x 4 x 2.5 pie wedge shape, 1
lb, 6 oz weight.
Do not let these thumbnail pictures fool you, this is a large
specimen so please check out the detail page! It has two sides that
are polished and has quite a bit of red on both sides. Super
nice specimen! 6 x 2 x 4 inches, weights 3 lbs, 3 oz.
Un-Polished Dino Bone: Worn but interesting describes these specimens. From
non-identified dinosaurs, these were collected in the Badlands of South Dakota from the
Bruel formation. They are Cretaceous in age, 65-144 million years. They are all excellent
study grade material to stir your imagination! Please inquire if you are interested
in purchasing pounds of this material. Most of it does not have the detail of the
specimens offered on this page. It does make for nice polishing or tumbling stock.
||Hadrosaur dinosaur spine segment.
A worn but identifiable specimen. One side shows great capillary
detail. Hell Creek formation, Late Cretaceous, Harding Co. SD Weighs
a tad over 2 pounds. Item DB006 Price:
This specimen also has identification potential! It is a nice piece with an interesting
Item: DB007 Price: $24.00
Dinosaur Bone on Matrix
These specimens are from the sandy KT Boundary of the Hell Creek
formation of Harding County South Dakota. Late Cretaceous in
age, some 65 million years old. The bones are from the Duck
billed dinosaur Edmontodaurus annectens or a Crocodilian reptile,
Champsosaurus. All the matrix are very dimensional.
Two Centrum vertebrae embedded on a
2.5 x 3.5 x 2 inch matrix.
Three ossified tendons from this duck billed dinosaur! Large
matrix measuring 6 x 3.5 x 2 inches.
Two ossified tendons on a 3.5 x 2 x 1 inch matrix.
Three vertebrae and one rib segment embedded on the 2 x 2 x 2 inch
from the aquatic reptile of the cretaceous. Matrix free and perfect
for mounting in a
Ryker Display Box.
Click on the detail page for catalogue number and price.
||Saltasaurus Dinosaur Egg Fragments.
They are from the Sauropod family known as the high ridge lizard and
are only of a few dinosaur eggs paleontologists have positively identified with the
species. Late Cretaceous 66 to 144 million years old. Rio Negro, Argentina. Our pick, best
of lot. Item DB006
Our of stock.