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  1. On Sunday December the 1st we attended to a fossil fair close to our home, it was a 15 minute drive to the town of Harelbeke where the event took place. It was the fair of the “Litos” geology club with a multitude of stands, from local collectors to professional sellers. Natalie helped at the entrance of the fair where free raffle tickets were given to the visitors to attend to a tombola. There were a few stands that sold old collection lots, here I bought 2 boxes of Albian ammonites for a very good price. for the record, Harelbeke is situated here :
  2. Am guessing this might be posted elsewhere but thought it was worth reiterating if so. The North Carolina Fossil Club is having their annual Fossil Fair this Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the Cape Fear Museum on Market Street downtown Wilmington, NC. Hope to see some of ya'll there!
  3. Manticocerasman

    fossil fair BVP

    I didn't realy found a category to post this so I put it in the fossil hunting trip section; Yesterday our paleontology club had its annual fossil fair in Sint-Gillis-Waas in Belgium. A small but convivial fair with lots of regional fossils and of course the publications of the club; The fossils were very reasonably prised, I usualy dont buy fossils, but we got a realy good deal on an Iggy vert from IOW. We also saw @gigantoraptor again Enjoy the pictures:
  4. Manticocerasman

    fossil fair Harelbeke ( Belgium )

    for people who happen to pass through the area this weekend a nice fossil fair to visit. Pictures of the fair will follow next week
  5. Hi everyone, Two weekends (11 november) ago I went to the fossil and mineral fair of Geo-Oss. I had gone two years ago too (I couldn't go last year due to personal reasons). I mostly went to do some chatting around and admiring some of the fossils that were on display. I also picked up a few fossils of course. Unfortunately, I was dumb enough to forget to take pictures of the fair! Sorry... About 60-70% of the stands were mineral stands, but the rest was filled with cool fossils. The main person organizing the fair, whom I got to meet 2 years back and had a great co
  6. Hey, fellow fossil forum members! Did any of the Belgian, Dutch, German & French members among us go to Paleotime this edition? I went for the second time this edition and I really loved it and I got some amazing loot Here are some snapshots I took! Did anyone else take more pictures or bought stuff at the fair? If so please share!
  7. Hi, next month I am going to Paleotime, a fossil fair in Belgium and I am hoping to find a Keichousaurus fossil. Now I know their are lots of fakes out there (although after doing some reading on this forum most of them I came to the understanding most of them aren’t entirely faked, just enhanced, painted and composites) And I am going to be honest, I don’t really care that much if the Keichou is a little bit enhanced of painted. But I hope to find a specimen that is at least 75 % or more authentic. So I was hoping if you guys could give me some tips as to what I should look for wh
  8. Hi all, So last Saturday (10 March 2018) came a much awaited day by quite a few Dutch fossil-lovers: the fossil fair of Ede! As always, it was a fantastic event. Granted, not as big as the Tucson show, but then again this fair does aim to have a bit less of a commercial side and more of a scientific approach to fossils (well, the fossil buying and selling is still the biggest part of the fair). Therefore, in addition to the fossil-selling stands, some organizations and museums were also there! Such as: the Naturalis Biodiversity Center, the WTKG (Werkgroep Tertiare en K
  9. Hi all! As requested by quite a few people, here is the report of the Fossil Fair in Ede, which happened today (Saturday 11th of March 2017). It was a very fun fair with many people, several different organizations were present, a building filled with fossils from all over the world, and tons of amateurs and professionals buzzing around. It was quite busy, but the ambiance was great, or "gezellig" as we would say in Dutch. There were many fossils for sale, some at very low prices, and there was also quite a lot of trading. Here are some pics of the fair:
  10. Clype

    " NATURA- Spring Edition -2017 "

    Friday 21 , Saturday 22 and Sunday of April of 2017 is celebrates " NATURA- Spring Edition -2017 "traditional contest with more than 37 years of age in Madrid." NATURA-Spring Edition 2017 "is an exhibition unique in its genre and a classic of the offer cultural of Madrid" with the disclosure of them science natural through the admiration or acquisition of its objects natural from their different approaches and possibilities; ideas and materials for decoration of inside and outside ; teaching materials for educational centers; minerals, shells, fossils, insects, meteorites, etc., for a
  11. Manticocerasman

    Fossil fair Wezemaal (Belgium)

    Fossil fair Wezemaal: Sunday 1st November 2015 This Sunday I went to the fossil fair in Wezemaal (Belgium), organized by the Belgium clubs: HONA, GVL and the forum “Fossiel.net” The event took place in a small village in the local event hall, although relatively small it was in very familial and convivial atmosphere. The stands where mostly run by collectors full with local European material and all extremely reasonably priced, thus being ideal for young starting collectors visiting with their parents. Also a great effort was made to encourage trading. Fossiel.net had his own stand,
  12. Carboniferous Ferns of Pennsylvania Nancy and I displayed some of our fern fossils from St. Clair at the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society Fossil Fair this weekend (Apr 6-7/2013) in Plymouth Meeting, PA. For the backgrounds, we used illustrations of Carboniferous swamps we bought online - there are several artists who illustrate paleozoic scenes. Our most impressive fossil was a large piece covered with bright orange fern leaves. We also included Calamites bark and Annularia leaves, sphenophyllum (which are "non-fern shaped" leaves), and pieces that had multiple species (alethopt
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