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  1. Current View, dealer listings will continue to change and be updated Arizona Mineral and Fossil Show (Jan 25-Feb 7) https://www.mzexpos.com/tucson Three Venues: Hotel Tucson City Center 475 N. Granada, Tucson, AZ 330 Dealers, IMO best locality for Minerals and General Fossils. See dealer listing Missing from Dealers list : Paleosearch (Kansas Cret Fossils) from ballroom. Indicated last year he would be retiring from shows, might be the case In the Beginning Fossils (Dinosaur Fossils) appears to have not kept his room at this show, still at 22nd Street Show Ramada Ltd. - Downtown 665 N. Freeway, Tucson, AZ About 70 dealers mostly Fossils Apparent Changes: Appears that George Heslep ( Dinosaur Fossils) moved to this venue from 22nd Street Show. Mineral & Fossil Marketplace 1330 N. Oracle, Tucson, AZ Small but a must see with good dealers and excellent displays Tucson 22nd Street Fossil & Mineral Show (Jan 25- Feb 11) http://www.22ndstreetshow.com/ Excellent show with key dealers just have to deal with tons of trinket and junk sellers Apparent Changes: George Heslep moved to Ramada, Indiana9Fossils who had the largest display of Dinosaur material decided not to set up at shows any longer, focus online and a nice store in Indiana. Kino Gem & Mineral Show (Jan 27-Feb 12) Kino Sports Complex, 2500 E. Ajo Way Public. Great venue for odds and ends, gems but includes tons of Moroccan Dealers Lots of gem shows around http://www.tucsongemshows.net/coming.html AAPS, Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences The 2018 annual meeting of the AAPS will be held at the Student Union Building, South Ballroom 3rd Floor, University of Arizona, on Saturday February 3rd, 7:00 p.m. Shuttles, Courtesy of Marty Zinn, will run from the Hotel Tucson City Center and the Ramada. Speakers in the past have included paleontologist Phil Currie so it's a pretty interesting event. "AAPS Guide to Fossil Dealers and Events" will be posted when available
  2. For the benefit of all our readers, can anyone recommend or comment on fossil shows and venues that have the best reputations for their dealers accurately and honestly described fossils for sale? Are there shows that hold their dealers to high standards of honesty and ask for questionable items to be redescribed or taken off the table for sale? I find that some fossils have the wrong names, are phony but are being sold as real and have restoration/recreation that is not disclosed. Especially problematic are Moroccan and Chinese vertebrates. Hopefully fossil shows and venues will have better ethics than some on-line sellers because the customer can look at the fossil in person and not have to rely on poor quality photos from the seller. Can anyone comment of the reputation of the organizers and dealers at the Denver show? Please don’t mention specific dealers. Are there other shows to recommend or not recommend? I can recommend the Fossil Mania show in Glen Rose Texas that I visited twice about five years ago. There were a lot of local Texas and Oklahoma fossils for sale with good locality info that were not heavily restored. Many were sold by the actual amateur collectors. One dealer of Moroccan fossils was very forthcoming to point out what restoration work had been done. For example he said that only the teeth were real in the Mosasaur jaws.
  3. Bay Area Fossil Shows?

    Hey y'all, Was wondering if there were any good fossil shows in the Bay Area y'all would suggest? Thanks in advance, Adrian
  4. Does anyone know of any good Southern California fossil shows/ fossil dealers? Looking for theropod teeth. Thanks
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