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The NY-NJ Mineral and Gem Show - Coming Soon

Last Updated: 26th Mar 2014

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

Coming soon: The NY/NJ Gem and Mineral Show 2014



Mindat.org will be visiting 3rd NY/NJ Gem and Mineral show to be held in Edison, NJ.

The show will be held between April 11 and April 13 at the NJ Convention and Exposition Center, Raritan Center, 97 Sunfield Avenue, Edison, New Jersey.

The 2014 Special Exhibit - "The Best of the Best from the North East" will showcase the finest minerals from 200+ collections representing 11 northeast US states, and is sure to be impressive.

Outside the show venue


The 2013 show


Look out for me at the show, and please say hello




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Comments

Looking forward to seeing the exhibits again this year. Hopefully some corrections will be made from last years experience, and there will also be at least one or two dealers of "same said" regional mineral specimens as well. A bit of an oversight, and a real disappointment for those of us who eagerly came to view what was on display, only to find that the subject of the exhibit was almost entirely unrepresented out on the sales floor. One of the very few New York specimens I saw on offer there last year was one I purchased from Alfredo.

Mark Heintzelman
28th Mar 2014 8:13pm
This year, the Franklin Mineral Museum will be there with Franklin/Sterling Hill mineral specimens for sale. Last year's show was awesome, but like Mark, I found little material of interest for my collection. I only purchased 2 mineral specimens and one was from a fellow NJ dealer. We are hoping to get some good deals in the wholesale area, now that we are officially a business. The North Jersey Mineralogical Society and the Franklin/Ogdensburg Mineralogical Society will also have booths at the show.

Gary Moldovany
30th Mar 2014 2:23am

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