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Nicolebeachfinds
I live on the holderness coast and regularly find myself walking the beaches in search of fossils and beautiful minerals there. Me and my partner came across this last week, I have given it a quick clean to remove sand and clay but we are unsure if it is actually something of interest or just pretty. 
I'm far from knowledgeable about these things so any info would be greatly received. Apologies about the photos, tried to show from multiple angles
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estwing
I think it's a very worn ammonite fragment, on pic #3 you can see some suture patterns
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prep01
Hello and welcome to the forum, I agree with estwing - this is a very warn section of an ammonite, showing partial chambers filled with Calcite crystals.
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