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Hello ! This is my first fossil, bought Sunday on an international exhibition (Ste Marie aux Mines) I have studied a lot of the old threads on the forum about Kechousaurus, I paid attention to the painting, the shape of the spine etc. The seller was very appreciated and we talked a lot, so I trust him. What do you think? Especially its preparation? He told me that he prepared the fossil with the sandblaster, no acid and no paint. Is this a nice and authentic piece?
Hello everyone! I recently saw this fossil for sale... I have always wanted a Keichousaurus, as they have always fascinated me. I think I found my chance. The seller is Dutch and lives in the south of the Netherlands (which is good for me when it comes to shipping). Do you think it's real or fake? The info given by the seller: Keichousaurus hui Xingyi, Guizhou, China 245 mya (mid-Triassic) Mudstones and silts from Guizhou Small restauration Hand-prepped "Like all dinosaurs keichousaurus belonged to the reptile family. Due to the heavy bone structure scientists think that these reptiles were about to make the evolutionary step from sea to land. These reptiles are slain as a result of a volcanic eruption about 250 million years ago. When the volcanic ash dried arose cracks. These cracks were filled with water, forming the calcite veins that you can see in the rock. Often breaking the stone plates on these veins. This copy has also been broken on the calcite vein that runs through the tail. This is expertly put back together. The keichousaurus is complete and unrestored." "Rare nicely prepared keichousaurus with many details. Size 13,1 cm. (17.5 cm in extended position). The matrix measuring 22,7cm x 14,5cm and is 0.8 cm thick. Gorgeous decorative fossil." If you want some more photo's or specific info, tell me in the replies. Thank you already for all your help! Warmest regards, Max