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Ammonite from Eastbourne, needs a bit of tidying up but i am very happy with it. found an abundance of them at cow gap, mostly very fragile  20200526_201013.jpg  20200526_201005.jpg  20200526_200959.jpg  Click image for larger version - Name: 20200526_201013.jpg, Views: 15, Size: 390.84 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 20200526_201005.jpg, Views: 13, Size: 249.22 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 20200526_200959.jpg, Views: 14, Size: 320.07 KB
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Gary W
Looks a bit like mantelliceras but needs to be prepared a bit more to be certain.
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Barrow Museum
Almost certainly Mantelliceras, and looks like a composite mould of M. saxbii  to me, which is an important subzonal index species in the Cenomanian succession of southern England.  A very decent find and one that deserves some preparation, as Gary suggests.
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thank you both, much appreciated. 
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