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  1. Hey Folks, I specialize in the Middle Silurian Waldron Shale formation. However, I have many other North American Paleozoic invertebrates from many classic sites. I would be happy to exchange this material for any good Waldron Shale fossils, prepared or unprepared. I'm located in Ohio. Drop me a line and let me know what you have and what taxa you may be interested in. Look forward to hearing from you. Note: If you would like to exchange Waldron material you have for Waldron fossils I have...we can do that. For instance, if you have unprepared Waldron fossils I c
  2. Who want to help me ? I would be happy to offer brachiopods from France ,but also various nice Echinoids or carboniferous plants in exchange of new species i still not have .
  3. Welcome to this years Secret Santa gift exchange 2019. FESTIVAL OF FOSSILS The Secret Santa exchange is when you enter your name into a pool and get matched with another player to exchange gifts. We try to keep gifts to around the maximum $30. range so no one is sending an overly extravagant gift or too menial a gift. When making your selection on what to send, ask yourself "would I be happy receiving this?" All are welcome to play so long as you adhere to the rules. This is a Secret Santa exchange. The catch is that your partner will not know who is sen
  4. exchange for fossils only,i will consider all offers,minerals are taking too much space the biggest pieces can be send only in Europe. a Piece of Calcite from Dordogne
  5. Welcome to the sign up portion of this year's Secret Santa Gift Exchange 2018! Each year this event gets bigger and better with more players. OK, let's get down to it. The Secret Santa is a gift exchange in which you enter your name into a pool and get matched with another player to exchange gifts. We try to keep the gifts to around the $30 range so no one is sending an overly extravagant gift like a complete Sabortooth skull or too skimpy of a gift like a single broken clam shell. When making your selection for what to send, ask yourself " Would I want to receive this?"
  6. The Singapore Fossil Collector's Group just had our quarterly meetup. Eight of us gathered in one collector's house for a very eventful afternoon where we discussed about the on-goings of the fossil world, had a great show-and-tell session of our own beloved fossils, and of course fossil exchange and trade! Among the fossils being showcased and traded were Several quality meg teeth A full set of Cretaceous marine predator teeth Dinosaur teeth and claw Various shark and croc teeth LOTS and LOTS of amber Several fish Miocene plant slab Many spiny and high-quality trilobites Many ammon
  7. Dear Forum Members, I will gladly exchange Solnhofen fossils (there are several floating crinoids plates of different sizes, coprolites, aptychi of ammonites) and Polish Oxfordian ammonites (from Ogrodzieniec quarry) for Ordovician cystoids or Jurassic crinoids. If you need more detailed pictures, please send me a private message Regards, Kasia
  8. Hey guys, I've been reading the past Secret Santa gift exchanges. I think it's quite interesting as you really don't know what you get. I was wondering if I or other forumers can have the blessings of Moderators and members to organize another random trading event for TFF! Thanks, please comment down below what you think.
  9. Greetings, after collecting and buying fossils for a few years and getting out of space at my home for all of them I have realized that it could be a good idea to exchange them for other fossils (I have dozens of ammonites for all around the world, brachiopods and micraster and pecten from spain) so my question is, do you know somewehere on internet to exchange fossils? Is it possible to exchange them here? Thank you very much.
  10. Hi brachiopod lovers I wonder, is someone in this forum interested in exchanging fossils? Maybe this is an interesting proposal for you: I have devonian brachiopods from France, Belgium and Germany and some nice ones from the jurassic of Spain to offer. There are a few miscellaneous fossils too, for example neogene and devonian gastropods, shark teeth from Germany and cretaceous echinoids from Spain. I´m looking for devonian brachiopods, without any preferences. (But any other devonian fossils are welcome too). If you´re interested, just send me a PM. The attached pictures s
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