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63995519-1ABC-41A7-8015-4331107DF616.jpeg  23AA5797-F91A-48E7-B507-B7029F0A2CFD.jpeg  7AF40BFC-E114-4629-8A41-314754F04461.jpeg  I swapped this beauty for a little mountain of Dacs (about 40) from another collector.He required it from some old collection. It is meant to have come from Marske in Cleveland.
But that’s all I know, it measures about 7”.
thanks in advance Rob
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TqB
Eugassiceras? They get large there. 🙂
Tarquin
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Scrumpy
Thanks Tarquin 
Are these a common ammonite for Marske? I’ve never been before so unsure what the find frequency is like there.
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TqB
Small ones are common but it's not easy finding one that size nowadays. 🙂
Tarquin
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Elbert
Hello, very, very appropriate sign of the times: big Coroniceras sp.

greets, Bert
the search is as valuable as the finds...
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