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Nautilus Mineral and Fossil Show, Ghent, Belgium

Last Updated: 4th Dec 2018

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

This is a LIVE report, keep this page loaded for live updates - new images will appear as they are added.

For the second year running I'm at the Nautillus Mineral and Fossil Show, in Ghent, Belgium.

Tom Costes at his booth.

does this mean I'm meant to be doing something secial at 2pm? Maybe I'll let Roman take care of it.

Leucite - Price Down Minerals

Sphalerite from Japan - Price down minerals

Richard Bell is here from the UK selling predominantly Cornish minerals.

Large fluorite on Quartz - Richard Bell specimen

Paratacamite from the Geevor Mine, Cornwall - Richard Bell specimen

Special displays on Trilobites

Cambrian trilobites

Eiffel microminerals for sale.

Galena and Quartz from Bulgaria- geostones specimen.

Brazilian calcite - Geonic minerals

Gypsum from Lubin mine, Poland. I recently heard that one of the inclusions giving this green colour is Herbertsmithite. Geotrader minerals

UV minerals

Paul de Bondt and Ko Jansen working on some mindat.org photo gallery questions.

Micro minerals for sale.

Large welsh calcite, Silmarils Minerals

Now I'm preparing to give a presentation about mindat. Still a couple of minutes before it starts.

Getting busier now!

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Thank you for this report Jolyon, glad to see Paul dbt in top form

Mikael Gonzales
20th Mar 2017 12:06pm
The explanation about maps and in future use was very interesting,the renewed contact was nice and I hope to receive the promissed info as promissed ,
Ko jansen.

Ko Jansen
20th Mar 2017 7:42pm

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