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  1. Hi, I am thinking about buying these dinosaur footprints. Was wondering if they are real prints? Hoping someone can tell me thanks in advance!
  2. Are these real I have never looked into purchasing tracks before. Seller says they are Grallator for Connecticut Valley
  3. Just received a Grallator footprint that has been enhanced with wax, which is a usual practice with these footprints. However, I'm thinking of removing the wax and bringing it back to its original state. Does anyone know how I can remove the wax, without damaging the footprint/matrix?
  4. This track is supposedly a positive (raised) Grallator track from the Portland Formation in South Hadley, MA. Track size is 5.0” on a 7.0” 10.25” shale slab. Seller mentioned that the track has been dyed for contrast. Thoughts? I am still a newbie in the fossil world, so I'd love to get others opinions as to whether this might be real (or not). I looked at some past threads about potential Grallator footprints, but I was still unsure. Thanks in advance!
  5. Hello, any thoughts on this? A Grallator, from Portland Formation, South Hadley, MA. 6 inch by 5 inch. It looks like other Grallator tracks that I've seen for sale, but it seems very distinct--more distinct than other prints I've seen for sale. Most seem to need highlighting to bring the print out, but this is very clear without any highlightingwhich makes me a bit suspicious. So, an opinion of whether it looks legit rather than a carved one would be much appreciated. Thanks
  6. Hi everybody . Here's the story: somedays ago, one friend showed me this specimen. It was bought by her mother 4 years ago, but didn't knew the species and if it's real or not. I told her it's a Grallator footprints, probable Jurassic, but I wasn't sure if some of the footprints are real or fake What do you think? All the best and stay safe Juan
  7. I have been offered these three prints, for a decent price each---I'd quite like to add a French Grallator to my collection, so if someone can have a look, that would be great. All are Jurassic age, found in Sauclieres, France. First two photos == A concave one, matrix is 16cm by 16 cm . A concave one is my preferred choice. Next two photos == A convex fossil, slab is 14 x 18 cm. Final photo = Another convex, 19 x 17cm matrix. If someone can take a look at let me know what you think, that would be much appreciated.
  8. I came across this website with surprisingly cheap dinosaur footprints. This is one of the grallator footprint plates they are selling. It claims to be real and only darkened to make the footprints more clear. They say it is from Mt. Tom Massachusetts. They only give one picture though per item. .
  9. Hi, what's the thought on these? Highlighted, as common. But seller says it comes off easy and kncluded some non highlighted pics too. From Connecticut River Valley.
  10. Does this look ok? I remember posting a few here before and was told to avoid because they were painted/highlighted so couldn't judge them. That doesn't seem to be the case here, so fingers crossed, this one looks ok. Lower Jurassic. Aveyron, France. Stone is 25cm x 24. The print is 15cm.
  11. I have my eye on them, but I thought I'd check first. First is labelled as a small carnivore Gralkator/Coelophysis from Scotland late Triassic to Early Jurassic. Matrix is 220mm x 77mm The 2nd pair is again small carnivore but from Hampton County USA, early Jurassic. Thanks
  12. Charlotte787

    Theropod footprint?

    Found this fossil in my grandads old collection, so unfortunately I have no info on where it’s from. Any help with ID would be much appreciated! I thought maybe it was grallator or a Devonian fish? Some more images in the comments
  13. FossilHunter.info

    grallator foot prints

    Grallator foot prints from France, cretaceous. Fell free to offer any fossil same importance.
  14. Hi all, I have a pair of dino tracks. The left one is a Grallator sp. from the Connecticut River Valley. The right one is an Anomoepus scambus from Granby, Massachusetts. I've been trying to figure out their formation. I know they come from the Newark Supergroup. I would like to narrow it down. Do they come from the Portland Formation?
  15. Hi Guys, I'm wondering if these 2 Grallator variabilis (footprints) look real. They are from Aveyron, France and supposed to date from the Lower Jurassic, Hettangian. Measurements: plate 1: 29 x 27 cm, plate 2: 28 x 24 cm. The inprint has a size of approx. 13 cm. Weight: 4.9 kg
  16. This is a follow-up from another post of mine regarding some dinosaur tracks I purchased a while back. We decided that that the Eubrontes track is 100% real, but some of the other footprints may be questionable or exaggerated. The stain that was used sort of makes it hard to tell. I’m not the biggest fan of this dark polish, so I was thinking I might want to remove it and apply a much lighter, more subtle polish to correctly identify which are really dino tracks vs. not. The seller told me that it’s a shoe polish that can be removed. My issue is, I’m not
  17. FreeRuin

    Small Footprint

    From the album: FreeRuin's Finds

    Either a small footprint or a partial one I believe it to be a Grallator due to its shape and size. Picked it up while hiking. Hartford Basin Portland Formation Massachusetts
  18. Well I was strolling through my buddies stone supply yard looking for nice sized rocks for the garden and I stumbled upon the coolest thing I have ever randomly found. A huge print! He charged me the cost of stone for it as long as he got to hold on to it for a bit to show his kids! I'm more than excited. I didn't have a tape measure with me but the print is about 2,1/2 to 3" inches at its deepest!
  19. Hello fellow fossil hunters,. I am looking for one or two volunteers to navigate unexplored river ways in New Jersey and Connecticut for Triassic/Jurassic lacustrine cycles for dinosaur footprints and other trace fossils. The sites I have in mind are hot leads and require kayaks or a canoe to explore and are inaccessible by land. What we find we can split up. You provide the canoe or kayak and I will provide the leads. One car for drop off and one car to pick us up. Who is up for an adventure this fall? I will be planning more trips to the CT Valley this fall and
  20. I picked this up in Tucson a few weeks ago, and I was super-excited when I found it. I have never seen a dinosaur footprint on sale in a rock shop before, and I didn't even realize that such things could be bought at all. I guess I though dino footprints were super-rare. However, the dealer had about 4 of them, and I've seen a few similar ones for sale on eBay, but nowhere else. So, does anyone know how rare these are? What do you figure they're really worth? I'm not sure if this is something I should hang onto as an investment piece, or something I should trade for or sell. The only in
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