Enjoy browsing through these pages for a variety of select quality specimen seashells, I hope you find something interesting...

Zoila Exceptional - POR Volutidae Strombidae Turbinidae Cypraeidae Muricidae Various Conidae Bivalves Haliotidae Pectinidae Ranellidae


Cypraea friendii kostini (#4306)

F+++ 64.5mm Creamy white with fine peppery speckles over the dorsum, a beautiful heavy & solid piece! Just a couple of well glossed & discreet single layer fish bite imperfections…

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Cypraea jeaniana aurata (#4293)

Gem- 79mm. A beautiful classic aurata! Timeless…Deep water NW Australia.

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Cypraea rosselli f. abrolhosensis (#4284)

F++/F+++ 60.5mm. A large & spectacular specimen from this elusive population! Several natural imperfections but terminals perfect…A very impressive piece!

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Cypraea thersites (#4269)

F+++/Gem 100.7mm. GIANT! One of the largest thersites specimens I have seen in many many years…Collected by diver from Thorny Passage South Australia in 1994! Exceptionally rare this size today…

Cypraea venusta (#4264)

F+++/Gem 64.9mm. This is a beautiful piece from the small inshore population of Munglinup Beach on the south coast of WA!  Soft fleshy pink with darker orange spotting…

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Cypraea jeaniana (#4171)

F+++/Gem 60.5mm. Here we have a superb little diver collected piece! Ex older private collection..

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Cypraea friendii friendii (#4148)

F+++ 93.3mm This is an unusual & very interesting piece, collected between Two Rocks & Ledge Point WA! Slender shape, quite pronounced terminals & beautifully spotted.

Cypraea friendii friendii (#4141)

F+++/Gem 79.7mm. This one has a striking & unusual underlying creamy white base colour, very pretty shell indeed!

Cypraea friendii friendii (#4135)

F+++/Gem 79.2mm Rare & exceptional colouration on this beauty from Geographe Bay WA.

Cypraea friendii friendii (#4130)

Gem- 91.5mm Spectacular large & exceptionally attractive specimen with strong dorsal mantle line! Rarely do I see them so nice as this one…