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A slab of Marston Marble cut flat and polished on the front face natural on the reverse and showing many specimens of the ammonite Promicroceras marstonense, the slab is 8.5 cms across x 9 cms high and 2.3 cms thick. It comes with a label and free display stand. The front face shows many ammonites has a couple of natural ammonites and has calcite down one side, an excellent specimen with a cut flat base for display.
Marston Marble is one of Britain’s rarest rocks. It occurs in nodules which, when broken open, are seen to be crowded with small ammonites tightly packed together. It is very attractive when cut and polished. It was discovered over 200 years ago at the village of Marston Magna but the original site has never been located recent excavations have revealed more of this beautiful stone
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