This is one of the rarest fossils you will find-a completely rooted, unrestored theropod tooth! This fantastic fossil is either from a large Dromaeosaur, or a juvenile Tyrannosaurid. It's thick, bannana-like shape makes us lean more toward Tyrannosaur than Dromaeosaur. It dates to the late Cretaceous, and was found in the famous Hell Creek formation in eastern Montana. This tooth was found in two pieces which fit neatly back together with absolutely No Restoration required. It is a nice, sold tooth, and as are all of our USA fossils, it was found on private land with the owner's permission. It measures an incredible 2.25 inches in length (straight-line measurement), and is in an amazing state of preservation! You virtually never find fully rooted theropod teeth of any kind, let alone teeth of this quality. Fossils from the Hell Creek formation are amongst the most sought after types of all dinosaur fossils. This tooth is about as good as you can possibly get. It is a Grade 10+ tooth with most of the enamel and serrations present. If you are looking for a truly rare museum quality theropod tooth, you won't want to pass this one up!
This is a museum quality specimen and is priced at $1295.00