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Bow1980

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Hello,

I finally had my Ichthyosaur that i found in 2014 prepared to a museum standard by the very talented Craig Chivers..  

Found at Lavernock point, it's around 6ft in length.

Cheers

Jonathan

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nroven

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Beautiful!
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estwing

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I nearly fainted...
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s.c.

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What a beautiful find! Wow.  Just wow.  Craig does amazing work.

Sam

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Rolo

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Wonderful.
Any chance of some close ups of the skull and jaws?
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rockelf

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Oh WOW....that is simply stunning!
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Crann

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That's amazing... is that it's stomach contents I see ?
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Stunning find and great presentation.  Very well done !
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