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PIECE OF MAMMOTH TUSK - 20,000 years old - Buckinghamshire

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PIECE OF A MAMMOTH TUSK

About 20,000 years old

Marlow Sand and Gravel Quarry,
Marlow, Buckinghamshire.

A broken piece of a mammoth tusk from a Buckinghamshire gravel pit. Collected in the 1980s. This example was fragile when collected but has been treated with a preservative and is now completely stable.
 
Mammoth tusks, teeth and bones have been found in gravel pits in the Thames valley, dating from a cold period of the Ice Age.  Most of these fossils are now in museums, and were found when the pits were worked by hand.  With mechanical excavation of the gravel such finds are now rare. 
  
Presented in a lidded gift box.
  
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Size: 16 x 7.5 x 2 centimetres
Weight: 132 grams

PRICE: £18.00
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PIECE OF MAMMOTH TUSK - 20,000 years old - Buckinghamshire
PIECE OF MAMMOTH TUSK - 20,000 years old - Buckinghamshire PIECE OF MAMMOTH TUSK - 20,000 years old - Buckinghamshire PIECE OF MAMMOTH TUSK - 20,000 years old - Buckinghamshire PIECE OF MAMMOTH TUSK - 20,000 years old - Buckinghamshire