Call Us: 1-866-354-0894




This is an incredibly awesome specimen of Douvilleiceras Ammonites from Madagascar.  The astonishing display has a large Ammonite with a much smaller one attached.  The distinct tubercles and raised ridges form a beautiful pattern along the body of the Ammonite.  It has much of the outer shell and remnants of the mother-of-pearl type iridescence.  The large Ammonite measures 6″ x almost 5″ x nearly 3 3/8″ with a shiny polish and excellent detailed sutures all the way to the aperture.  The small Ammonite is nearly 2″ x 1 1/2″ with very good detail, too.  This wondrous Ammonite fossil specimen weighs nearly 3 1/4 pounds.  An absolutely fabulous Ammonite display for any fossil collection!

In stock

SKU: GAL211 Category: Tag:


Ammonites are extinct members of the cephalopod group of mollusks. Only a limited number of species have survived to the present day which includes the squid and the chambered nautilus. Ammonites had a multi-chambered shell, and added more chambers as it grew, always living in the outer chamber.  They lived in the Cretaceous period some 63 to 130 million years ago.

Additional information

Weight5.00 lbs
Dimensions6 × 5 × 3.375 in

Contact Us

515 1st Street
Keystone, SD 57751

Order: 1-866-354-0894
Information: 605-666-4813

Find Us On Social