3.5" Meg Tooth
Gem quality megalodon tooth with extremely nice enamel, serrations, bourlette and root. Sharp tip and very well preserved, sharp serrations that still have the ability to cut flesh. The bourlette wraps around the entire non display side of the tooth and the light blonde grey color root contrasts nicely with the darker surrounding enamel. The enamel displays a unique quality in that it fades from a dark graphite metallic grey color along the edge of the blade, to a much lighter grey/green color toward the bourlette.
3.2" Meg Tooth
Jet black lower dagger shaped megalodon tooth with high quality glossy enamel, found in GA.
3.5" Meg Tooth
Well preserved fully intact blade with a tea / tannin coloration. Nice upper anterior tooth from a 35+ foot megalodon shark. Found in Georgia.
3.9" Meg Tooth
Mottled colors throughout the blade, fully intact root, partially intact bourlette. Sharp, well preserved serrations with intact tip. Found in Georgia.
4.4 " Meg Tooth
Classic grey color, high quality anterior meg tooth with a well preserved glossy enamel and sharp serrations. Found in GA.
4.28" Meg Tooth
This is a lower meg that was exposed to tannin rich waters causing the rustic brown coloration. A nice intact tooth that would have came from the lower jaw.
L1-4.28" L2-4.19" W-2.84"
5.0" Meg Tooth
Huge lower megalodon tooth with complete blade and well preserved serrations. Nice rustic brown/tea coloration. This tooth would have came from a 50+ foot long shark. estimated at 5-8 million years old. Found in Georgia.
3.4" Meg Tooth
Dark blue/black blade with well preserved, sharp serrations on this 3 inch tooth found in Georgia.
4.0 " Meg Tooth
Sharp serrations with an intact tip on this 4 incher found in GA. Dagger shaped blade with a gun metal blue color enamel and opposing tan color root.
2.4" Meg Tooth
Top quality enamel with uncommon coloration on both the display and non display sides. Very nice orange / red colors on one side with tans / browns on the other. Very sharp serrations with a nice overall blade and almost perfect bourlette. On the upper end of qualityand being a posterior, not a common megalodon tooth.
3.8" Meg Tooth
Greenish grey blade that fades into tan nearing the root. Extremely sharp, high quality serrations. Full bourlette with black and brown mottled coloration. Found in GA.