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Colorado Mineral and Fossil Spring Show, April 14 - 16

Posted by Kevin Conroy  
Kevin Conroy April 10, 2017 01:58AM
The Spring Denver show is less than a week away! I'll have a booth there so if you're going to the show please stop by and say hello. Last September in Denver was the first show that I had set up at in over 15 years, and it was really nice seeing a lot of my friends again. Here's a bit more: Show Information
Philip Persson April 10, 2017 05:32AM
Hi Kevin,
I'll have a booth at the Spring Denver show as well, as a matter of fact I think your my neighbor! I look forward to meeting you and checking out your minerals; I think we have some similar taste in minerals and I've enjoyed browsing your website as well as seeing some great specimens from your collection in the Mineralogical Record Midwest collectors supplement a few years ago. If you have any nice classic Midwestern minerals (Tri-State, Southern Illinois fluorspar district, Viburnum, etc) for trade (or purchase) I look forward to checking them out.

Phil Persson
Persson Rare Minerals
Denver, Colorado
Kevin Conroy April 10, 2017 06:22PM
Hi Phil,

I'm looking forward to meeting you as well! I enjoy looking through the great variety of specimens that you have on ebay, so I'm sure I'll like them "live". I'll definitely have quite a few Midwest minerals at the show, including some hemimorphite crystals from Granby, Missouri (one of the oldest mining areas in the Tri-State District) that I collected before the mine dumps were reclaimed. See you in a few days!

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