A large Ice Age elephant tusk, Ipswichian Interglacial period
Auction: April 2021
Probably from the last Interglacial period, circa 120,000 years old. This example is a 2nd incisor tooth of the Palaeoloxodon Antiquus extinct elephant. 54 in (137 cm) length. Provenance: This tusk was discovered during 2013 in Herne Bay, Kent, England. This example was examined by Adrian Lister of the Natural History Museum in London with a letter of confirmation included.