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#1: New! From the American Museum of Natural History comes Natural Histories: 400 Years of Scientific Illustrations. It features fifty exquisite poster-size illustrations, published in books between 1500 and 1915.

#2: New! From Treasures of the Earth comes a massive 13' tall American Stegodon and a companion Woolly Rhinoceros from the last Ice Age.

#3: New! Dinosaurs Rock will create a huge 3,000 square foot museum display of dinosaurs and other large fossils. As seen on TV!

#4: New! The Smithsonian Institution will provide The Mask of Lincoln. Although not mineral & fossil related, it was too interesting to pass up.

#5: New! "The Story of Radioactivity : from Bohemia to the Cuban Missile Crisis". This private collection traces radioactivity from 1557 to 1962.

#6: The return of glowing Ultraviolet minerals from the Franklin Mineral Museum collection, in association with the Sterling Hill Mining Museum.



#1: New! A separate Specialty Area of 15 local vendors offering only NJ, NY, PA, & CT minerals and fossils for sale.

#2: New! Every $5 children's ticket comes with a free mineral specimen that glows under UV light. Then see it glow in our darkened UV mineral room.

#3: Dig for fossils at the PaleoBond booth, sluice for gemstones at the Dinosaurs Rock booth, and test your metal detecting skills at the East Coast Research & Discovery Association booth.

#4: Meet the stars of the TV show Prospectors including Amanda, Travis, and Dwayne. This popular Weather Channel show is in its 4th year.

#5: A separate 20,000 square foot 'Wholesale Only' area open only to those in possession of a sales tax / business license.

#6: A 'Local Interest' area for local businesses not related to mineral, fossil, gems, and jewelry. This handful of folks will be offering gifts and services.


The NY/NJ Gem and Mineral Show is Presented by Eons Expos, the same brother-sister team that brings you the Denver Coliseum Show every September and the Tucson 22nd Street Show every January / February.