Title: Intercalare On Fire
Type: Placenteras Intercalare Double-Sided Ammolite
Color: Bronze base color with red and green dominant, as well as gold, blue and purple multi-color flashes on both sides.
Size: 5" x 4.5" x 1"
Weight: 0.88 lb / 0.4 kg
From: Alberta, Canada
Description: Intercalare fossils do not come much better than this. It has the classic ruby red and emerald green of an intercalare, and also flashes of rare gold, blue, and purple with equal quality on both sides. It also has prominent rows of nipplets on both sides and a good nickel edge. It has unique patterns of ribbonlike bands descending from many of the nipplets as if they were volcanoes with red lava flowing over green forests. This fossil was found on Big Indian Cliff on the Blood Reserve by a native miner.