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Fossil Crabs

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I'm just very curious, but exactly how many of those quality crabs do you have? Because you seem to always be prepping near-complete crabs the same way (and I've known you as the crab guy :P), and I never see your type of crab fossils online, and if they were sold online, would be priced at hundreds.

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Hey @Macrophyseter, I use to sell on Ebay years ago, but got tired of that and quit.  I have seen a few crabs on Ebay that are from the state of washington, both prepped and unprepped, but they are always prepped very badly and the unprepped ones are usually just what I call the "junk" ones and not worth the money or the time.   As for me selling my prepped out crabs, I sell them for about $300 and all the way up to $1200.  I sell the ones I dont want at a show in Quartzite Arizona.  Easy to sell them once they get into a customers hands.  I sold 13 crabs at the last show even though I showed up for the show a day late and left a day early.  My attitude nowadays is,  if they sell, great, if they dont, I dont care.   Plus, while Im at the show i show up late every morning.  Lots of stuff to do and see at all the other venues so I dont open up for busness till about noon. 




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