Aurora North Carolina, Lee Creek Phosphate mine. This is a world famous collecting site that has been closed for several years . The teeth from this site are all now old collection when they do come up for sale , and the prices just keep going up!! The sight consists of miocene to pliocene era fossils. Some of the most spectacular Megalodon teeth in the world have been found there. The fossils are noted to be cream color and the condition can be as perfect as a fossil can be.
Beautiful, serrated Megalodon Tooth from Aurora N.C. This Tooth is complete, has sharp serrations, good wide root, super beautiful light colors.
Size: 2 7/8 inch long side, 2 11/16 inch short side, 2 5/16 inch wide
Complete, serrated Megalodon Tooth. Has very beautiful and interesting light colors, great shape, good root. Found in Aurora,N.C.
Size: 2 3/4 inch long side, 2 3/8 inch short side, 2 1/16 inch wide
Beautiful, nicely serrated Megalodon Tooth. this tooth has great complete root, sharp serrations, nice light color.
Size: 2 5/16 inch long side, 2 5/16 inch short side, 1 3/4 inch wide
Massive, nice Chubutensis Sharks Tooth. This tooth is complete and very nice. Has sharp serrations, very good root, nice blade and super beautiful light color.
Size: 3 1/8 inch long side, 2 15/16 inch short side, 2 1/2 inch wide
Massive, impressive all around Cosmopolotodus Xiphodon (Mako Sharks Tooth). This tooth is very big, complete. Has beautiful light colors. Found in Lee Creek mine, Aurora, NC.
Size: 2 9/16 inch long side, 2 3/8 inch short side, 1 9/16 inch wide
Super serrated, complete Lee Creek Mine Megalodon Tooth. If you are looking for a super quality NC tooth this is one fine example. The gum line is a beautiful light chocolate brown color and the root is beige. The serrations are super sharp, and looking closely you can see blood vessel and tended grooves in the root. There is no restoration done to this specimen and it as beautiful as they come. No other teeth compare to the Lee Creek Mine site, and they stand out in any collection!
Size: 3 1/4 inch long side, 3 1/16 inch short side, 2 1/2 inch wide
This Lee Creek Mine tooth is a beauty! It is Light in color, has killer detail, and is in outstanding condition. This tooth has the traits of both a megalodon and a chubetensis. The serrations are large for this tooth and the sides seem to protrude outward a tiny bit. You can clearly see the blood vessel and nerve openings on this one as the root is simply outstanding. There is no restoration done to this tooth.
Size: 3 5/16 inch long side, 3 3/16 inch short side, 2 11/16 inch wide