The fossils that I own come from all round the world however most are from Morocco or from the Isle of Wight (where i'm from).
The Isle of Wight is a great place to be for any fossil hunter.
“No other area of comparable size in England has such a variety of formations in easily accessible exposures and contains such a diverse range and abundance of fossils.” (Alan Insole, Brian Daley & Andy Gale 1998. The Isle of Wight. Geologists Association Guide No.60. London)
deposits laid down from the Early Cretaceous to the late Paleogene age, a time span of almost 100 million years commencing about 130 million years ago, is exposed on the Isle of Wight. Above this are important but less well known Quaternary deposits which, apart from yielding plant and animal fossils, also yield the tools of early Man. The Cretaceous to Paleogene succession is unrivalled anywhere in Europe and the variety of vertebrate fossils to be found, and in particular dinosaur and mammal fossils, make the Island a place of international importance to palaeontologists.