Coco de Mer or Sea Coconut - 1940s - Lodoicea maldivica - 30×28×20 cm

Description
Coco de Mer or Sea Coconut - 1940s - Lodoicea maldivica - 30×28×20 cm
1940 - Seychelles - CITES Appendix III - Annex C in the EU

A rare and authentic Coco de Mer, the most famous of the six Seychelles’ endemic palm species. It produces the largest seeds of the whole plant kingdom that are distinguished by their unusual double walnut shape. It is present only on the islands of Praslin and Curieuse.
An extremely rare and maniacally preserved piece from the 1940s.
Tracked shipping.

Lot details
Specimen
Coco de Mer or Sea Coconut
Object
- 1940s
Scientific Name
Lodoicea maldivica
Origin
Seychelles
CITES relevancy
CITES Appendix III - Annex C in the EU
Condition
Preserved
Year
1940
Dimensions
30×28×20 cm
Weight
1 g
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