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  1. I received an offer for a Hadrosaur egg from Nanxiong formation.. and I am confused because the egg looks too perfect... and the crack of the egg looks unnatural to me. Would you share your opinions?
  2. Shanerbaker

    Dino eggs or something else?

    Hi everyone. I would like your opinion of if this is a dinosaur egg or something else, like a Concretion. I found it several years ago about an hour south of Williston North Dakota. I know the area is known for having cannon ball Concretions but it is also known for an area rich with fossils and petrified wood. I have spent countless hours researching and looking through photos of both Dino eggs and Concretions etc. but have never found anything that looks exactly like this. The closest looking thing I have found to it was actually Dino eggs in the natural history museum in New York. I f
  3. I recently came across this egg . Label as " Hatched Hypselosaurus dinosaur egg , 100% original " Location : Montmeyan , Var , France . Look like a great dinosaur egg to me but i do not familiar with dinosaur egg from this country ... Real Hypselosaurus dinosaur egg ?? i would love to hear you guy's opinion on this egg. thank you
  4. Gotta love these stories. Dinosaur egg seized by Italian customs and authenticated by the Superintendency of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape. Oh it had a Certificate of authenticity and ID to a specific species Shunosaurus. Problem is that this looks to be one of those very fake Malaysian eggs. Check out the putty looking matrix. Hopefully a paleontologist will soon point that out and a Superintendent will have egg in their face https://www.vice.com/en/article/akgkba/italian-customs-authorities-seized-a-dinosaur-egg-hidden-in-a-package
  5. JacquelineTate

    Dinosaur egg? Or possibly platinum?

    Any help with identification is deeply appreciated, thank you.
  6. Hey everyone! I posted this on a Facebook group and had some great responses. My question is, I recently purchased a segnosaur egg from a reputable dealer who has been selling Dino fossils for a long time now. I have read how some Dino eggs might be fake, and I figured I’d just ask the question and get your professional opinions. Because of the reputation of the dealer, I do believe it’s authentic. It’s not like I bought it off of online from a random person, but I still wanted to ask the question. What do you think? I appreciate your feedback. IMG_9607.MOV
  7. Whole dinosaur eggs are highly sought-after fossils. The ones usually available to collectors are Hadrosaur eggs, Oviraptor eggs and Segnosaur eggs from China. This thread deals specifically with hadrosaur eggs. Hadrosaur eggs (Dendroolithus sp.) as we know from the market are in fact various dinosaur species, often hadrosaurid (many collectors/dealers lack the tools or discipline to examine eggshells under microscopes or have accredited museums examine them). Commercially available eggs vary greatly in price, anything from 150 USD to 1,500 USD depending on quality, size, hatched/u
  8. AJ Plai

    Dinosaur Egg or Concretion?

    Hi I have had this supposedly dinosaur egg said to be from the Nanchao Formation in Henan China for quite sometimes and I have never really been sure of it's identity whether if it's just concretion and would like to have some experts and third party opinion on this. Any help IDing this specimen would be appreciated. This is the specimen in question: I have also put the specimen under microscope and tried taking picture of the supposedly shell surface texture but am still not quite sure what to make of it whether if this is a texture of a dinosaur egg specimen?
  9. Every day I look through a collection of websites and online auctions for any good deals on dinosaur fossils. Occasionally a real steal of a deal is found, but when it comes to eggs most of what I see is fake. Counterfeit dinosaur eggs are continually found, mostly being sold by the same sellers from China and Malaysia. I personally fell for this trap last year and spent a lot of money on "eggs" that were man made. This is a topic that is brought up every few months on this thread to warn fellow collectors and I think its time again to repost what many others have posted before.
  10. Hi guys, I was considering buying the attached egg from a trusted dealer, but I’m aware that there is an awful lot of fakes out there and some can even fool the experienced dealer. Any input with regard to its authenticity would be much appreciated!
  11. Hello crew. I was wondering if you all might help with identification of this egg. It was given to me as a gift, about 20 years ago. It's from Hong Kong (which makes me immediately suspicious). I checked out the thread on how to identify a fake, but not being an expert, I really can't tell one way or another. Now if it were a 60s Mustang, or a vintage computer, I could for sure tell you all about it! Hoping you brave souls might take a crack (haha) at verifying whether not it's real, and what species it might be if it were. It looks great on my hutch behi
  12. Hi i came across this Egg label as oviraptor egg from China look quite real to me( but not quite sure tho) what do you think about this? thank in advance!
  13. Bobmorrison

    Dinosaur egg

    Can you tell me if this is a dinosaur egg or not and if so what kind.
  14. Hey guys, I saw this listed as a therizinosaurus egg, I have very little experience with Dino eggs but I think it’s real. What do you guys think?
  15. Dino1

    Oviraptor egg?

    Hey guys, I saw this listed on online, the seller said she thinks this is an oviraptor egg, what do you guys think?
  16. Hi everyone, I was recently on this website to ask about a couple eggs I bought and I found the input soo helpful! Thank you all for taking the time to help amateur collectors from getting doped:) I am looking at purchasing a second set of eggs, these ones hadrosaur. The seller has stated they are from Asia, China, Henan Province and were purchased prior to 2005. They admit that the matrix was broken and the two eggs believed to be from the same nest (based on the break line) put back together. they are from Provenance: ex-Donald B. Saxman collection, T
  17. Tlauby

    Fossilized reptile Egg?

    Hi, I grew up in Nebraska and somewhere or another I found this stone. We used to find lots of Mastodon Teeth, Camel teeth etc. in the Platte River Valley. And I know Nebraska was an ocean a long long time ago so occasionally we'd come across Megalodon teeth as well. I found this though. The backside is very smooth and round, it has what looks to be a well defined yolk like interior and what looks to my untrained eye to be a cross section of a small skull/cranium with beak like end. I would like to know if this is what I think it is.
  18. https://nextshark.com/boy-discovers-dinosaur-eggs/ http://www.ladbible.com/news/interesting-boy-finds-11-dinosaur-eggs-in-china-20190726
  19. One of my favorite fossil types. Dinosaur eggs come in all shapes and sizes — from an oval as small as a thumb, to a sphere as big as a basketball. These fossils are often faked by the hundreds, if not thousands, in Chinese factories (China is also the world's richest source of true dinosaur eggs). However, there are also many natural-occurring objects mistaken as dinosaur eggs such as concretions or even fortuitously-shaped rocks. Despite these hurdles, dinosaur eggs remain one of the most desirable of all fossils. NOTE: Dinosaur egg and eggshells, by their nature as an ichnofossi
  20. Hello dear members of the forum. Very interested in the question of the eggs of which species of dinosaurs are currently found? I mean fossils of course And why not found eggs suppose stegosaurs or pterosaurs? Thank you very much.
  21. Hello! I'm interested in buying a dinosaur egg. I found this egg from China. Do you think it's authentic? It's good quality? Thank you so much https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xLYvrS5sKyDwF64b48ziMeRmB5o_n-Ig/view?usp=drivesdk
  22. Can anyone advise if this egg looks fake or real, I'm thinking of purchasing it.
  23. These two eggs are from Henan Province, China. Are they genuine or not? Egg X : Photo 1-4 Egg Y: Photo 5-7
  24. Martinhill

    Help Indentifying this

    I know a lot of people have posted like this but,... this really has me and a couple geologists here in TX perplexed. My dad found this in Oregon in the 1960's. It was not anywhere near a riverbank but rather, was sticking out of a sidehill. It is translucent almost like quartz, has indentations where it appears it was once soft (see close up) and I recently took it to my vet who x-rayed it and it appears to have a uniform inner density different from the exterior see x ray. Are there better x rays out there? Thanks Much
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