A wide variety of fossils. st1 galley has a wide variety of fossils for sale.  Our collection is of museum quality with pieces that are millions of years old and with a tangible biological history .

Do you have questions or want more information? View our collection or contact us.

What is a fossil?
Fossils are remains of plants and animals that lived in prehistoric times. Fossils are created when an organism dies and the remains are covered with water and layers of sediment. Only the hard parts of the organism that are covered with sediment go on to form the fossil. Fossils can also be preserved in a resin that is dripped on the plant or animal. After millions of years the remains of the organism are petrified and a fossil is created.

Exhibiting fossils
Often the process of fossilization is stunning, leaving a perfectly recognizable organism which is very decorative. This beautiful symbol of life, immortalized by petrification, appeals to many.

You can learn more about our online collection of fossils.

View our fossils
You can either make an appointment or drop by on Saturday from 12:00 to 17:00.

We have a big collection. This website exhibits just a limited number of objects, aiming to inspire you. Do follow us on social media, come visit our gallery, or ask us for more specific information.

Mammoth tusk XL


Ammonites in mother rock


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Opalized ammonite in mother rock


33 x 30 x 17  cm
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Ammonite pair on custom made stand


Rare fossil freshwater shark


6 x 110 x 70  cm
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Ammonite on septaria matrix


12 x 20 x 23  cm
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Ammonites on mother rock


46 x 36 x 8 cm
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350 x 100 x 10  cm
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Mammoth tusk


Ammonite pair with honey-yellow calcite crystals


42 x 34 x 8  cm
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View our YouTube channel to see short videos of various objects.


Torenlaan 127
3742 CS Baarn
The Netherlands

0031 (0)35 - 588 22 66

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Saturday from 12.00 to 17.00 hours and by appointment.

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