You are bidding on selected inclusions from one of the largest collections in Germany, which consists of amber from all over the world
(Baltics, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Burma), and I am offering them for auction for age-related reasons.
Authenticity, quality and rarity are guaranteed, partly suitable for museums, which is an estimated percentage of
less than 0.1 % of all finds!
Burmite is the name of a type of amber that is considered to be the amber with the greatest number of inclusions.
In a greenish cabochon 1.5 x 1 cm is a fan-shaped branched dino-bird feather with a rare bug and a rare mite as well as many plant parts and fibres.
These beautiful delicate feather rays stem from small dino ratites like Deinonychus or Velociraptors.
The value of an inclusion stone mainly depends on its rarity, and it’s less than 0.01 % in this case due to the scientific significance of this unusual
4 photos with multi-layer shots document this museum exhibit.
- Harvinainen höyhen DINO-Laufvogelilta, vika ja punkki!
- Geologinen kausi
- LIITUKAUSI -Ylempi liitukausi, Cenomillion years (93,9 – 100,5 miljoonaa vuotta)