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Tucson Fossil Show for 2020
Tucson Fossil Show for 2020
Miles of Alaska
Miles Martin fossil dealer - 12/20/2017
I have been doing this show for over a decade, growing each year. I now have a home in Tucson. One main reason is, just for this show. I store a lot of inventory in Tucson now. I just shipped 600 pounds of fossil mammoth bone and fossil mammoth ivory. This year I have two full mammoth tusks for sale...
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DOWNLOAD YOUR 2019 QUARTZSITE EZ-GUIDE!
DOWNLOAD YOUR 2019 QUARTZSITE EZ-GUIDE!
Quartzsite Showcase & Swapmeet
1/7/2019
IT'S THAT TIME!   SHOW TIME IN THE WARM DESERT SUN OF QUARTZSITE! DOWNLOAD YOUR QUARTZSITE EZ-GUIDE NOW! http://xpopress.com/guide/profile/4/quartzsite-ez-guide? The Quartzsite shows are famous among professional and amateur lapidaries and jewelry artists. The small desert town lies about 18 miles...
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Welcome to the 2019 Denver Gem & Mineral (Spring) Showcase!
Welcome to the 2019 Denver Gem & Mineral (Spring) Showcase!
Sandra Gonzales and Brad Hicks - 3/20/2019
T he Denver Gem & Mineral (Spring) Showcase is kicking off another great year with two fantastic shows — the larger Colorado Mineral & Fossil (Spring) Show held at a big hotel ballroom in Aurora on the east side of Denver, and the smaller Colorado Independent Warehouse (Spring) Show in Lakewoo...
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An Xpo Press tribute to Robyn Hawk: A dazzling display of sapphire colors
An Xpo Press tribute to Robyn Hawk: A dazzling display of sapphire colors
Brad Hicks - 7/29/2019
“Who is this person? She’s everywhere!”               Before I knew who Robyn Hawk was, whenever I would do a Google search for just about any subject relating to gems, minerals, and jewelry I would see blogs, Facebook feeds, and articles all over the internet by “A Fly On The Wall” (or @AFlyont...
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Fossil Hunting with Miles of Alaska
Fossil Hunting with Miles of Alaska
Miles of Alaska
Miles Martin - 12/31/2019
The two 60,000-year-old Pleistocene mammoth tusks look like they might be a matched set. Looking up the frozen cliff, it’s hard to tell from here. I can see that they’ve mineralized a vivid blue, a very sought-after color for carvers. I doubt the skull is frozen back in the ice lens because of the ...
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