Price is for ONE Polished Orthoceras
Specimens in the picture is an example of the specimen. You will receive on similar to the one pictured.
We will choose the biggest and best one of the lot we have at that time to send to you.
The Orthoceras, or “straight horn” is an extinct cephlapod from the Ordovican Period, around 400 million years ago. These straight shelled nautiloids ranged in size from less than a centimeter to more than 14 feet long. It is believed that like current day nautiloids such as squid and octopus, the Orthoceras was a predator, possibly eating little trilobites for a snack.