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 Monday, October 23, 2017 Total Quantity: 0   Subtotal: £ 0.00
 Common Name
ammonite
amphibian
bird
bivalve
brachiopod
coral
crinoid
crustacean
dinosaur
fish
gastropod
insect
mammal
plant
reptile
sea_urchin
starfish
trace_fossil
trilobite

We are a small company that specialises in making fossil replicas,
chiefly for use in education and by museums.
Our replicas can be seen on display in many important museums and touring exhibitions in Britain. GeoEd's replica fossils are near-perfect museum specimens that are are now being made more widely available to the general public.



Some fossils, such as a lot of dinosaur material, can only be collected as replicas as the original fossils are so rare and prohibitively expensive to buy that most fossils are only available to be viewed in museum collections.


Perfect replicas can make useful reference items for a field collector, where only incomplete fossils can be found. We also supply reconstructions (eg humanoid skulls) and models (eg skulls of CITES animals). We do not deal in 'real' material.

 

 

 


Selected items including some dinosaur materials are available for hire: contact us for details.


• Suppliers of over 2000 fossil replicas
• Used by Museums, Universities and others for teaching, research and display
• Most of our replicas are from museum originals
• Individually hand-crafted to simulate the original
• Replicas make unique and rare fossils available and affordable
• No damage to fossil localities


Our searchable database should enable you to find fossils to suit your requirements and budget, from small ammonites at £1.00 to complete Allosaurus skulls at over £1000.

Our prices do not include postage/carriage. When you have made your selection and sent us your provisional order we will confirm it by e-mail stating availability and carriage costs - which depend upon the size and weight of your order.

 Stratigraphic Column


modern
pleistocene
pliocene
miocene
oligocene
eocene
cretaceous
jurassic
triassic
permian
carboniferous
devonian
silurian
ordovician
cambrian
vendian

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