Calymene celebra is the state fossil of Wisconsin and a somewhat common fossil in the white/light grey/tan Silurian aged dolostones that can be found across a number of midwest states. Rocks like this stretch from Wisconsin and Iowa down through Illinois and Indiana into Kentucky. Below is a specimen of Calymene celebra from the Joliet formation near Grafton Illinois. It was likely found in a quarry as productive exposures of the Joliet formation are not easy to find.
This fossil is a cast of the interior of the trilobite exoskeleton so it's missing some of the details one would normally see. I like this specimen due to the presence of black specks that are present. It kind of reminds me of a Dalmation dog's coat. I think the black spots are oxidized Pyrite or Marcasite.
I've been fortunate enough to find one specimen of Calymene celebra myself. It comes from a breakwater along Lake Michigan in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where I spotted it among the rocks being used to stabilize the shoreline. It was in a small flat slab so I didn't have to smash anything to collect the specimen. You can see that it was exposed for a time as one side is smooth and some of the fossil detail has been lost. Since the rocks had been moved from their original location, I am not sure what formation this fossil comes from.