Zektzerite, arfvedsonite,, Washington Pass, WA Bart Cannon
The Lake City Community Center is now managed by Seattle Parks and Recreation. There are major changes they require which complicate running the Seattle Mineral Market. .Set up must be between 7 AM and 10 AM. The rental rates have doubled. There will be a Friday evening table layout for which I will gladly accept help. Participating in that will most likely allow the start of individual set-up Friday night.
The cost this year will be $ 80 per 6' table and $90 for 8 foot tables. The same as last year, but for one day only.
Those who set up outside may not be required to pack up by 6 PM. If the two day show happens we will suffer the doubling of rental rates. Here are the rates for a two day show: 6 ft table = $ 140, 8 ft table = $160. The latter prices are lower than a doubling of hall rental. My attempt to keep more of the dealers at least somewhat happy.
Final confirmation will follow receipt of full payment on or before May 5, 2018. Contracts will be sent shortly.
There are no alcoholic beverages allowed. All water spills must be cleaned up immediately.
Only confined, well behaved small dogs are allowed at the show.
Black table coverings are encouraged. They must be "fire resistant" not "fire retardant. If unsure, use the match test on a scrap of the material you hope to buy. Unlike other years, I will not be furnishing table coverings.
Tabled and chairs must be clean and placed in their storage area.
After set-up dealers should not park in the LCCCs parking area so that parking is available for visitors.
All boxes and packing materials must be taken home by the dealer. The trash cans are for visitors only.
DEALERS who have shown interest in the 2018 Show. Confirmed but not paid, in blue. Paid in red.
Dealers who have more than 50% mineral specimens in their show stock will be given priority over gemstone and jewelry dealers. This was the original format for the Seattle Mineral Market.
Bart Cannon, (Bart Cannon Minerals) Northwest field collected mineral specimens. Tables 32, 33
J.T. Hiltion (Hardrock Minerals) Northwest field collected mineral specimens. Table 28, 27, 26
Michelle Ferris, (Crystallography) Minerals, crystals and gems. Tables 64, 65, 66, 67
Brittany Burkhardt, (Mineral Endeavors) Mineral Specimens, Fossils Tables 91, 92, 93
John Lindell, Northwest field collected mineral specimens. Tables 1,2
Bruce Kelley, (Lithocat) Mineral photography, mineral specimens. Table18
John Meek (Pacific Rim Minerals) Worldwide mineral specimens with attravtive prices. 19, 20, 21
Peter Boyd, Worldwide fine mineral specimens. Tables16,17
Kim Villines, (Earthlight) Worldwide gems, mineral specimens and fossils. Tables 94, 95, 96
Ed Godsey Books, minerals Tables 70,71
Reeve Petersen (Molecular Minerals) Worldwide mineral specimens. Tables 53, 54
Bob Meyer, Worldwide mineral specimens. Tables 4, 5
Jesse Adkins (Stone Stules), Decorator specimens featuring amethyst geodes. Tables 6a, 6b, 7
Dylan Trevors (Great Northern Minerals), Mineral specimens. Tables 76,78
Matt Fimiano, Mineral specimens Table 34
Soul Star (Crystal Morris, Charles Goller), Minerals, Vietnamese Aquamarine, obelisks. Tables 23, 24
Crystal Lined Pocket (Russ Boggs) Mineral specimens, gem materials. Tables 39, 40, 41
Joe George (Cascade Scepters) Mostly field collected Cascade quartz crystals. Tables 88, 89, 90, 97
James Zigras (Avant Mining) Very fine quartz crystals. Table 75
Moses Samora (Samora Minerals) Minerals specimens, amber . Tables 73, 74
Kate and Jackie Patushki (Serendipity Gemstones) Jewelry metals and jewelry Tables 51, 52
Herb Shepherd (The Worlds Fossils and Minerals) Mineral specimens, gemstones, fossils. Tables 12, 13, 14, 15
Bart Marchette, (High Mountain Minerals) Mineral specimens, many field collected by Marchette. Table 72
Washington Treasures (Tate Wilson). Mineral specimens, fossils Tables 83,84
Spencer Seymour, Mineral specimens. 3 outdoor tables.
Cameron Lowder (Cam's Crystals) Mineral specimens. Tables 62,63
Kathleen Faas, Jade carvings. Table 49
Jake Freeman, Mineral specimens. Tables 79, 80
Leigh Readdy, Mineral specimens. Tables 42, 43, 44
C, George, (Tiger Eye) Mineral specimens. Table 55
Jerry Tumey (Bolivian Minerals) Mineral Specimens. Tables 60, 61
Phoebe Moore, (Tiny Thunder) Crystal based jewelry. 1 table, unassigned
James Ouchida (Turquoise Jim) Turquoise 1 Table indoors.
Delphe Doyon Lorimar lapidary material Table 57
Maria Price, Mineral specimens. Tables 47, 48
Victor (Gem Nest), Decorator, jewelry and lapidary materials. Tables 85, 86, 87
Jeff Schwartz, (NW Minerals) Field collected NW mineral specimens. Table 68
Brittney Muzzy (Dafunkraw) Mineral specimens, fossils. Tables 101, 102 (outdoor)
Steve Falconbury Mineral specimens. Tables 10, 11
Bud Earle Minerals specimens. Tables 31 and 32
Arlen Ubben Mineral specimens 1 table indoors
Lola Ocian (Hounds of Apollo) 1 table unot yet assigned.
Sadee-- (High Wire) Pendants and mineral specimens. 1 table, not assigned yet.
Caterer will be same as last year. Athena's food van.
SEATTLE MINERAL MARKET 2018
Quartz, Denny Mountain, King Co, WA (SOLD)
Axinite , Quartz The Teenage Crush, WAshington Bart Cannon
Watermelon tourmaline. Galaxy Gems Brazil
Quartz , Zigras Mine, Arkansas, Avant Mining
TABLE LAYOUT. Drawn to scale with 6 foot and 8 foot tables shown. This is the final layout. No changes without approval of Cannon.
WORLDWIDE and NORTHWEST MINERAL SPECIMENS,
GEMS, FOSSILS, JEWELRY, BOOKS, TOOLS
FREE Admission, Parking , Minerals for Children, Mineral and Gemstone Identification
Sample Poster. Dealers are welcome
to prepare their own flyers, handbills and posters.
Sample business card. Handiest way to inform. Date incorrect.
Saturday, May 26th Sunday May 27th 10 AM to 5 PM at the
Lake City Community Center 1 2 5 3 1 28th Ave NE
contact: Bart Cannon email@example.com / 206 522 98125
Free admission, Free Parking, Free Minerals for children
All communication with Cannon should be by email only
Japan Law Twinned Quartz, Bald Hornet, Cannon specimen