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Dinosaur Teeth Gold Nuggets Ancient Roman Coins Trilobite Ammonite Fossils &more For Sale

Dinosaur Teeth Gold Nuggets Ancient Roman Coins Trilobite Ammonite Fossils &more

THANK YOU FOR VISITING OUR COIN STORE THE EXCAVATORS STASH IS SO MUCH FUN YOU'RE GOING TO THINK IT'S THE BEST sale EVER!!!
IMAGINE YOUR WALKING THROUGH AN OLD ABANDONED EXCAVATION SITE AND YOU STUMBLE UPON AN OLD MASON JAR WITH A CANVAS SACK INSIDE!!!
HOW EXCITING WOULD THAT BE!!!

INSIDE THE MASON JAR YOU'LL FIND ALL OF THESE AMAZING RARE & SUPER INTERESTING COLLECTIBLE ITEMS: (1) GENUINE 525 MILLION YR OLD TRILOBITE FOSSIL IN ACRYLIC DISPLAY CASE
Trilobites were a little like crabs, scuttling around on their jointed, spined legs.
Trilobites could be very small, most less than an inch, some bigger than a ruler!
Trilobites shed their shell so their body could grow, like a lot of today's sea creatures. (5) RANDOM RARE ANCIENT UNCLEANED 1700 YEAR OLD ROMAN COINS
Simply put, it's going to be the most fun you'll ever have collecting rare coins... we ship them to you exactly how they come from the excavation site!!!
1700+ years ago in the Roman Gladiator times they had no real banking systems so families would hide their coins underground, yeah they just buried their riches in the dirt!!!
We left you with all the dirty work, your going to have so much fun cleaning them and just imagine what you might find!!! (1) 65-240 MILLION YEAR OLD AMMONITE FOSSIL IN MATRIX
Ammonites are an extinct marine animal a member of the class of mollusks known as Cephalopoda. Their nearest living relatives are the octopus, squid and cuttlefish.
Ammonites lived between 240 million and 65 million years ago in a period of time known as the Mesozoic Era or Age of Reptiles.
Ammonites were soft-bodied invertebrates with a flat, coiled shell. They had long tentacles, well-developed eyes, and a sharp beaklike jaw. (1) 97-112 MILLION YEAR OLD SPINOSAURUS TOOTH
The Spinosaurus is a theropod dinosaur which lived in North Africa, from the Cretaceous period, about 112-97 million years ago!
Spinosaurus may be the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, even larger than the Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus.
It is estimated to be 41 to 59 feet long and weigh in at 7.7 up to 23.0 tons!!! (25) ALASKA GOLD 20-22k PLACER MINI GOLD NUGGETS IN ACRYLIC GEM DISPLAY CASE
How cool is this? You're going to get 25 of these mini gold nuggets that were panned right from the Yukon River near Ruby, Alaska!
We're really excited about this item and we just know you're going to love it also! (1) GENUINE RARE 66 MILLION YEAR OLD TRICERATOPS HORRIDUS TOOTH IN ACRYLIC DISPLAY CASE
Triceratops had anywhere between 400 and 800 teeth, although only a small percentage of these were in use at any one time as they were constantly replaced throughout its lifetime.
The first known fossils to be that of a Triceratops were horns attached to a partial skull, found near Denver, Colorado in 1887.
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MAN, WOMAN, BOY, OR GIRL
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