MINI MUSEUM - SECOND EDITION (LARGE - 26 SPECIMENS) ULTRA RARE
Item History and Pricing
|Rarity: Ultra Rare|
Condition is mint and complete. It has never been on display. There are no scratches or marks. The box and contents are in perfect condition. Please message me for any questions or more photos.
Extremely rare collectible, only 5000 made. Very rarely up for resale.
Mini Museum is a portable collection of curiosities where every item is authentic, iconic and labeled. It's been carefully designed to take y...ou on a journey of learning and exploration. Each Mini Museum is a handcrafted, limited edition. And If you consider the age of some of these specimens – it's been billions of years in the making.
The 26 Specimen Second Edition Mini Museum includes:
Detailed Printed Companion Guide
Custom Microfiber Pouch
Cushioned Display and Storage Box with Magnetic Clasp
Certificate of Authenticity
Individual numbering, laser etched
The production run for the 26 specimen version is limited to just 5,000 pieces. Please note: unlike the smaller, 10 specimen version, the 26 specimen version is individually numbered and each number is laser etched on the face of the Mini Museum.
The 26 Specimen (LARGE) Second Edition of the Mini Museum measures approximately 4" wide x 5" tall x 1" thick and contains 26 different specimens:
ASTEROID BELT (c. 4,500,000,000 years old)
MARTIAN ATMOSPHERE (Zagami)
LIBYAN DESERT GLASS (c. 28,500,000 years old)
MT. FUJI (Lava)
JAPANESE STAR SAND (Microfossils)
DIMETRODON (Spine Sail)
AMMONITE (c. 110,000,000 years old)
RAW EMERALD (Colombia)
HELL PIG (Jaw)
LA BREA TAR PIT
MAMMOTH MEAT (19,551 years old)
NEANDERTHAL HAND AXE
OASISAMERICA (Ancient Ceramics)
BRONZE AGE DAGGER (12th Century BC)
MEDIEVAL CHAIN MAIL (15th Century)
SHIPWRECKED PIECES OF EIGHT
PETRIFIED LIGHTNING (Fulgurite)
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
ASTRONAUT MIX TAPE (Skylab, 1973)
FIRST SUPER COMPUTER (Cray-1)
STAR WARS IV (Krayt Dragon)
MOON TREE (Apollo 14)
A supreme example of the highly prized Mini Museum.
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