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Date:         Sun, 28 Oct 2001 12:38:00 -0500
Reply-To:     Conchologists of America List <CONCH-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
Sender:       Conchologists of America List <CONCH-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Mary Canada <moonlight@EMI.NET>
Subject:      Re: Med Shells News
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Their web site is : http://www.medshells.com

Dan Yoshimoto wrote:

> Dear Medshell People, > Unfortunately I can't get your web page unless you put a web page > address for me to look up. It sounds interesting and I would like to pass > on the site to other internet friends. > Thanks, & Ciao, > Dan Yoshimoto > > >Dear friend collector, > > > > > > > >Medshells, during the first four months of life, satisfied the request of > >more than one hundred of shells collectors, providing seashells of high > >quality level, including very rare specimens. These results encourage us > >to keep on with our effort to offer the rarer and the best quality > >Mediterranean Sea shells. > > > >We were suggested also to make available new tools, in order to help the > >"beginners" in the difficult task to classify their specimens. Moreover, > >we want to point out new items constantly added to our catalogue. > > > >Thus, some new features are now proposed to your attention: > > > > > > > >1 THE BOOK SECTION. We started a partnership with Evolver, one of the best > >publishers of books and magazines about mollusks. In particular, Evolver > >is publishing the monumental "Atlante delle conchiglie del Mediterraneo", > >the more updated and authoritative book about Mediterranean mollusks. > > > >2 REFERENCE COLLECTIONS. We are proposing some "reference collections", > >composed of species belonging to "difficult" families. The "collection" > >usually consists of specimens of Gd/F+ quality, but all of them clearly > >showing the peculiar characteristic of the species. Thus, the žcollectionÓ > >could represents both a starting point for beginners as well as an useful > >reference for advanced collectors. The quality level being lower than the > >high standards we maintain in our catalogue, we are able to offer these > >collections at a price absolutely competitive. > > > >3 THE "NEW ADDITIONS PAGE". Our catalogue is becoming more and more large. > >We are proud of this evolution and we guess that our regular visitors > >could appreciate the opportunity of simply checking the new additions. > >Now, in the "New additions page", you can find in every moment the list of > >the specimens added in the last 30 days. > > > > > > > >Hoping that the new features could be welcomed by our friends shells > >collectors, we invite you to visit our site. > > > >Ciao, > > > > > > > >Medshells > > > > > > Dan & Hiromi Yoshimoto > 1164 Vista Dr. > Eureka, California > 95503-6018 > U.S.A. > e-mail: yoshells@humboldt1.com > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- > --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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