Oldest GECKO SKIN SUPER RARITY from the DINO-time of Burma 1 cm - Reptilia "Lacertidae"

Description
Oldest GECKO SKIN SUPER RARITY from the DINO-time of Burma 1 cm - Reptilia "Lacertidae"
CRETACEOUS-Upper Cretaceous (66.0–100.5 million years)

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), I am offering the items for auction for age-related reasons.

Authenticity, quality and rarity are guaranteed, some pieces are suitable for museums, this is the case in an
estimated percentage of less than 0,1% of all finds!

Burmite or Birmite is the name of a type of amber which is found in the Eocene deposit in Myanmar, which is actually from the upper Cretaceous and thus approx. 100 million years old.
Burmite is considered to be the type of amber with the most inclusions, and GECKO finds, like skin and
paws, are among the rarest inclusions!

This small, honey-coloured cabochon of 1.6 x 1.2 cm contains a delicate piece of GECKO skin with several plant fragments, this piece is a highlight for any dedicated collector, and it is of considerable value!

I am offering reptile items from my treasure chest for the f i r s t time!

3 multilayer shots with 20 stacked individual shots each are attached.

Lot details
Object
Oldest GECKO SKIN SUPER RARITY from the DINO-time of Burma 1 cm
Scientific name
Reptilia "Lacertidae"
Geological Period
CRETACEOUS-Upper Cretaceous (66.0–100.5 million years)
Condition
Preserved
Treatment
Hand-polished
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