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  1. 2019 GEMWORLD

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    I would like to notify forum members of 2019 Gemworld which is the show put on by the Gem & Mineral Society of Syracuse. This is a Gem, mineral, fossil and jewelry show which will run Saturday July 13 from 10 am- 6pm and Sunday July 14 from 10 am- 4pm. The show will include over 60 retail and wholesale dealers, educational demonstrations and exhibits, Kis activities and much more.
  2. Oxford Show

    There was a fossil show in Oxford yesterday. Unfortunately due to family commitments I was unable to attend. Did any UK members go? Photos?
  3. Hi everyone, Im looking at a bunch of stuff that someone got from the big fossil expo this month, but I want to be sure of what is what before I do anything. There's a few things way beyond what I could potentially get, but I'm just curious about in general. These are all Moroccan, and most, if not all, are Kem Kem. are these first 4 pics spinosaur? With the teeth I know the 2 on the top&left are probably carchar teeth, but I'm wondering about the other 2. In the 2nd picture, I'm guessing the right one is a spinosaur vert, right? What about the other one? I'm sure it would probably be very hard to tell with just a single rib, but could the rib be spinosaurus? It seems to match some museum spino skeleton ribs, but that's the best I can figure out:/
  4. Show us your favorite brachiopod fossil in your Collection!
  5. M.A.P.S. National Fossil Exposition XLI

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    It is almost time for this years M.A.P.S. (Mid America Paleontology Society) National Fossil Expo. It is always billed as the World's Largest Fossil Only Exhibition. The actual Expo takes place at the Sharpless Auctions Facility in Iowa City, Iowa, but there is also a Hotel show at the Clarion Hotel on Dodge St., also in Iowa City. If you have a chance to attend, you should stop by, though it is not as large as it use to be 20 years ago, it is always fun. Hours- Friday and Saturday 8am-5pm Sunday 8am-3pm
  6. The Munich Show

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    Welcome to the 56th Munich Show! Whether as a reseller, collector, scientist or interested private visitor, the Munich Show 2019 awaits you with countless natural treasures and an exciting program for learning, participation and experience. The yearning for nature is omnipresent and the desire to surround oneself with natural materials plays an important role in interior design in particular. We cordially invite you to be inspired in the “Living Unique” area of the fair before you start your tour and to be infected by the fascination for precious stones. Opening Hours daily 9.00 am - 6.00 pm TICKETS Day pass Sa/So: 15,00 € Children Sa/So (6-14 y. ): 9,00 € Afternoon Special Sa/So (from 2 pm on): 11,00 € Adress for google maps: Am Messeturm 4 81829 München https://munichshow.de/?lang=en If there are any questions, feel free to ask me There are especially a lot of moroccan sellers with lots of stuff from KemKem.
  7. Looks like there is a small fossil expo next weekend Nov 17 - 18 in Northern VA GMU Fairfax / The HUB, 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, Virginia 22030 I think there are only 20 tables or so, still if I can find the time I might go. It may be the same one that was in CT early this month, but I did not see it marked on the calendar for VA next week on this site. The video on you tube looked pretty good, but not sure of the prices on the fossils. I did not see how I could add to the calendar though.
  8. Fossil Fest

    Hey all you local Central Texas folk. It's time for Fossil Fest. This is the annual show of the Paleontological Society of Austin. Next weekend, November 3 & 4, Round Rock, Texas. Family friendly, lots of stuff to see including displays by our members, including me, hourly door prizes, grand door prizes and a nice variety of dealers. Follow this link for details: https://austinpaleo.org/fest.html Hope to see you there. Erich Rose President, PSA
  9. Is anybody here going to the 48th Annual Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show in Westwego, LA (a suburb of New Orleans) on October 19- 21? I'm planning on going on Friday the 19th, and will bring my laptop so I can post photos to this forum for verification, since I KNOW I will get tempted by something!
  10. 30th Annual Gem, Mineral, Jewelry & Fossil Show

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    30th Annual Gem, Mineral, Jewelry & Fossil Show Organized by: Stamford Mineralogical Society Eastern Greenwich Civic Center 90 Harding Road, Old Greenwich, CT. 06870 FREE PARKING! Saturday, November 3rd, 2018: 9:30 am - 5:00 pm. Sunday, November 4th, 2018: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm.
  11. Dear All, I would like to visit some Fossil shows/fairs together with my son in Europe. I’m from the Netherlands so unfortunately we have to cross the border for these. Through these shows I would like to get more knowledge on fossils and eventually buy some nice items. Any recommendations on which one(s) to visit? For example; Kölner Edelsteintage Cologne is upcoming in September. Any experiences on this show? Thank you, Marc
  12. Will anyone here be going to the Oxford Mineral and Fossil Show on 29 July 2018? I’m going to try my best to be there for this one. If anyone has been in the past, how great are the fossils that are for sale? I’m not too interested in the minerals part of it.
  13. While driving thru Marion, Illinois ( 5 1/2 hours South of Chicago) I decided to stop for 1 hour at the Southern Illinois Earth Science Club Show that is going on today and tomorrow. I have never been to this show and I was pleasantly surprised by it. It was a great show that had a lot of people that showed up. This show had a Kids Corner, Flint Knapping, Sifting for Minerals, Demonstrations and Exhibits. There was a wide range of items for sale at good prices. If you ever have a chance to be in Southern Illinois during April, check to see if this show is going and stop by, you won’t be disappointed. Below are pics of the show and some of the items that were being sold. I do have to mention an exhibit of Pennsylvanian Plants from Carterville, Illinois shaft mines. I have to say that they are some of the prettiest ferns that I have ever seen, in my opinion, better than the ones found at Mazon Creek.
  14. I got back from the MAPS fossil show and here's what I found. The Pleistocene gopher skull was my big find and I was able to add a lot to my Florida fossil seashell collection. The fossil hunters I got the gopher skull from also had a complete Dire Wolf skull (no I didn't take pics) as well as other Ice Age fossils they found in Iowa and Nebraska. I also found a fossil deer antler covered in rodent gnaw marks made over 10,000 years ago (goes with my Ice Age gopher skull). Attending fossil shows like MAPS gives the collector the opportunity to add something to their collection that they cant field collect themselves. Thanks, Mikeymig
  15. Today I stopped by the 2018 E.S.C.O.N.I. (Earth Science Club of Northern Illinois) Show. This is a very small show that has various vendors selling fossils, rocks and minerals, but it is always fun to attend. Besides being free, it is really a great place to promote fossils and minerals for kids. The have a whole section where kids can search for fossils and also get many other things for free. The Silent Auctions are a big draw and you can get some really cool things super cheap. In addition, they run a Live Auction and like the Silent ones, you can pick up various fossils, minerals a equipment a good prices. The fossils that were offered for sale were not really anything to write home about, but they were selling. There was also a very nice display of fossils from Bundenbach, Germany that were supplied by the Lizardo Museum. Below are some pics of the event and the Bundenbach display.
  16. My first real fossil show in 13 years. I was asked by my buddy to fill his spot to save it for him. He had an eye problem. But I wont be doing this again. Just too much work even though i still had fun. But I can see now that I wont be going to the quartzite show any more. Just too much driving. But I did sell all the so called 'pine cones' from Morocco. Sold all my theropod teeth. Sold all kinds of other things and it was great to get rid of so much fossil stuff but what amazed me was that I did not see one single crab! Sold 22 or 23 the first two years,,, and this trip,,, not a single one! Oh well, thats how the cookie crumbles. When I was gettting ready for this trip i was going through yet again more boxes I havent been through in 10 to 12 years or so and kept running into sharks teeth. Cant belive how many freakin sharks teeth ive accumulated over the years. Only sold 10 or 11 at the show. Gunna have to put some here on the forum someday at half price just to get rid of them? Along with a bunch of other different things too. Gunna take a few years I think. RB
  17. Hey folks, That time of year again. Hopefully some portion of you Texans made your way to the Dallas Club's show Fossilmania this weekend. But for those of you further south check out Fossil Fest next weekend, November 4th & 5th in Round Rock, TX. This is the annual show, fundraiser and major educational outreach event of the Paleontological Society of Austin. The theme is Dinosaurs. But the show will feature displays of all sorts of fossils as well as dealers of all things paleo. See the attached flyer for details or go to our web site: austinpaleo.org I'll be there all day, both days. Erich Rose President, Paleontological Society of Austin Show Flier 2017.pdf
  18. I found a unique fossil cluster. It has a bone cemented into it! It has barnacles, and it's formed on a Jefferson Scallop. I found it in Virginia, United States.
  19. Fossilmania 2017

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    Somervell County Exo Center 202 Bo Gibbs Blvd Glen Rose, Texas 76043 254-897-4509 Sponsored by: Dallas Paleontological Society Additional information at Dallas Paleontological Society Events page.
  20. Ammo Overload

    Well the show is over and the displays have been judged. I won the President's Choice Award!!! Out of 30 display exhibits, due to the vast variety and educational presentation of labeling. I want to sencerly thank all the FF members that engaged in trades with me and made this collection display possible. I am sharing my congratulations with you. caldigger aka: Doren
  21. Show Layout

    Here it is, the show booth layout! What do yah think? did we get enough fish this year? I am kind of fond of the table, it is fully lit all the way around the inside with LED lights!
  22. This show has NOT been canceled. This show is still planned. Be there! https://www.facebook.com/events/1849349945343947/
  23. I took these photos Saturday at the Gemstone, Mineral, and Fossil show at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10209225089489002.1073741864.1374146939&type=1&l=e4b5cc4e3b
  24. Hey folks, We are days away from Fossil Fest. This is the annual show of the Paleontological Society of Austin. It's not a big show and the admission price is as reasonable as it gets ($3 adults & $2 for children) and the dealers are all (well at least 75%) fossils. We will have lots of displays and some other interesting activities. The show is just Saturday and Sunday, November 14 & 15. Located north of Austin at Old Settlers Heritage Site on the west side of Round Rock it is easy to get to and you don't have to drive I-35 thru Austin to get there. You folks down south can use the 45/130 bypass to get there. Our theme is Monster Marine Reptiles. You know all those big swimming reptiles of the ancient seas. I'll be there all day Sunday but not at all Saturday. Here is the link for more info: http://www.austinpaleo.org/fest.html Hope to see you all Sunday, Erich
  25. Hey its Fossil Fest time here in Central Texas. Put on by the Paleontological Society of Austin. VERY family friendly event and it should be warm inside the Old Settlers building. Come check out the show and the displays. If you are a member of the Forum come look me up Sunday after about 2:30. I'll be there somewhere.
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