Dinosaur eggs
18 February 2024
Description

Cluster of dinosaur eggs

Dimensions

8 inches by 10 inches

Acquired from
Other
For sale
Yes
Answered within 4 days
By Amber R
Feb 21, 19:52 UTC
Fair Market Value
$175 - $375 USD
Suggested Asking Price $375 USD
What does this mean?

Unauthenticated Dinosaur Egg Fossil Cluster,
North America, Southeastern region of the United States
Believed to be Cretaceous period

The general shape and appearance of Dinosaur egg fossils, of an unknown period or species. Appears to have a thin layer of residual matrix on the shell. However; this can also occur in geologic concretions or chert nodules found in limestone deposits. More specific information as to it's collection information, exactly where it was found, and in what surrounding matrix will assist in identifying age and if the specimen is geologic or biologic in development. Full example is 8" x 10", unknown weight.

“The Fossil Forum” is open to research and asking questions on fossils; the link will open to their dinosaur egg guide. While posing a question on the form is open to all responses; many are well researched and provide additional peer reviewed articles. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/92371-advanced-dinosaur-egg-guide/

In person authentication, age, and origin will affect the possible value of these specimens. Researching current auction price results of Dinosaur Egg Fossils; the expected fair market value would be in the range of 175 to 450 USD. With an in-person authentication to verify the specimens: a FMV of 450 to 750 USD could be achieved. It is important to recognize local, state, and US federal laws and prohibitions of sale and shipment of Fossils and Paleontology items.

Hi, David,
I am sorry about my delayed response- I had difficulty loading your request on my computer (my error). Please, was this something you excavated? And, what was the general location or from where did you purchase the example? Answers to these questions may change the FMV assessment I have made.
Thank you, Amber

Amber r Mar 06, 17:25 UTC

Hi, David,
I made a slight (increase) to the FMV with your last comment noting that you, yourself, sourced the specimen from the American Southwest. MOre information on the item could be found by visiting, in-person, with a regional University department or Geology society. I wish you musch success in future digs! If you are interested in selling your item with us, please see the instructions here: https://prf.hn/click/camref:1101lHtv3/pubref:amber

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