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Found 6 results

  1. My fossil display area!

    Hi everyone! Well, the time has come to show you what my fossil display area looks like! The two cabinets were gifts from my mother-in-law, the two side tables with shelves and the bench (which has a storage area inside) and the ammonite artwork were gifts from my husband, the linocut prints are by the extremely talented @Bobby Rico, and the Burgess Shale toys and under-cabinet lights and labels were bought by me. I put as much information as I had for each fossil on the labels, as well as an explanation of how I acquired each fossil so many of you may notice your TFF names on the labels The four empty shelves will be for displaying Viola's fossils - that'll be a project for the summer, so when that part is complete I'll update this thread with additional photos. But for now, please enjoy the little tour of my basement fossil area: The whole area: The shelf that has Precambrian and Cambrian specimens: The cabinet that has fossils from the Ordovician to Carboniferous Animals: The cabinet that has Carboniferous Plants to Oligocene fossils: The shelf that has Miocene to Pleistocene fossils: Thanks for having a look! I'll tag a few people who might be interested in seeing these photos: @caldigger @Nimravis @Tidgy's Dad @FranzBernhard @Wrangellian
  2. Display cabinets

    I'm looking for a good cabinet to display some fossils and was thinking about what you guys have ? Anything around 2 to 3 feet wide would be ideal. Also would like to know what good places to buy from would be.
  3. new display cabinets for 2019

    To start 2019 with a bang we bought 5 new glass display cabinets at a certain Swedish furniture shop. I spend the last day of 2018 to build the 5 cabinets so I could give some of my best specimens the display they deserve. after a few hours work and selection of the fossils this is how it turned out : most of those fossils are self collected in Belgium ,France and England. With lots of ammonites in the left cabinet fron Northern France an the two cabinets on the right with my Devonian cephalopods from Belgium. As for now I'm attending to my good intentions for 2019 : Labeling al the fossils in the cabinets I'll beposting details of every shelf in the days to come Here is a previeuw of the first cabinet and the 1st shelf: all the specimens from the same location: Cap-Blanc-Nez in France, mostly Cenomanian Ammonites Shelf 1:
  4. I've been wanting to get cabinets to replace my open shelves for a long time because I'm sick of dusting. I went to look at two curio cabinets that were a good deal on Craigslist Saturday and they weren't as good of shape as they looked and they reek of smoke. Obviously I didn't buy them. Well I am very happy that the other purchase of two cabinets did not work out. I got steal of a deal on these two 1800s cabinets instead. I also got a great deal on the third cabinet but I don't have pictures of it yet. One was from a private seller that just wanted to get rid of it the other two are from an antique store that is closing and just trying to get rid of its merchandise. Way better than the particle board shelves with glass doors I looked at Ikea last week. Way better deal to. Once again patience paid off. Someone put a copper panel in the one replacing the glass. I'm going to take the copper panel out and put glass back in. I will post pictures once I get them set up with my fossil and and the lights. Yahoo goodbye to dusting hundreds of fossils one by one!
  5. Bargain buy on storage

    Hi all Mrs Rico and I spotted a vintage goods shop yesterday and thought we look around. I then spotted a very nice filling cabinet for £40 I do think it is a good buy. Today I felted the draws and cut the base of and add some casters. I have added a couple of fossils in just to try it out. I may make some deviders later. It only good for narrow fossil but I have a lot of them. Thanks for looking cheers Bobby
  6. Here is some of my storage areas and my prep/ photo work station and my microfossil work station. And a display case.
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