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Generalexchange fair

18th Oct 2015 13:21 BSTJean-Claude Costes

Dear collector and vendor,


We’re members of the Belgian Mineralogical and Paleontological society of Nautilus-Gent located in Ghent.


We have 2 happenings for which we hope to attract some foreign enthusiasts to participate.


The first happening is an exchange fair on the outskirts of Ghent on the Sunday the 21st of February. We started this initiative last year and we have over 50m of international exchange enthusiasts, but we lack some people that aren’t known to the local exchange community (British for instance). If you have any questions and/or you want to participate then you can send an email to tom.costes@me.com


The second happening is our mineral fair in Ghent on Sunday the 20th of March. It is the 41st time we organise this and its always a roaring success. We have the policy that we don’t allow any cut minerals or fake fossils and we are very strict on this. This way we have a steady base of collectors that like to come each year. If you want to read the regulations or visit the site:


http://www.nautilusgent.be/


If you have any questions and/or you want to participate then you can send an email to jorgen.gryson@skynet.be
 
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