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Heritage Museum // 3rd Edition

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Product Description

The Heritage Personal Miniature Museum is a collection of artifacts that represent the history of the universe. From meteorites and dinosaur fossils, to melted roof tile from Hiroshima, each specimen has been specifically selected and curated to form your own personal museum honoring the most important events across history.

Each artifact is carefully prepared for inclusion. The samples are then professionally cast in acrylic and polished to a glass-like finish. The museums are polished to a glass-like surface and will last for generations with proper care.

Product Details
  • Materials
    Lucite Acrylic
  • Measurements
    4.5"L x 6.0"W x 1.0"H
  • OriginUnited States

— Handheld Heritage Museum Collection 3rd Edition
— Historcial Artifacts Beautifully Preserved & Displayed In Crystal Clear Acrylic
— 33 Artifact Specimens
— Microfiber Bag & Certificate Of Authenticity Included
— Product Weight: 1.2 lb

Acrylic Display Features All 33 Specimens:
— Pallasite Space Crystals (4,500,000,000 years old)
— Campo del Cielo Iron Meteorite
— Petroleum Quartz
— Sahara Desert Fossilized Coral
— Early Petrified Wood (Callixylon, c. 385,000,000 years old)
— Sauropod Vertebrae Fossil
— Stegosaurus Fossil Bone
— Hadrosaur Fossil Bone
— Fossil Star Sand Taketomi, Japan
— K-Pg Boundary Extinction Event
— Woolly Rhino Horn (c. 50,000 years old)
— Woolly Mammoth Tusk (c. 22,000 years old)
— Indus Valley Terracotta (Cradle of Civilization)
— Egyptian Mummy Beads (c. 2000-150 B.C.)
— Mayan Jade
— Viking Iron Axe Head
— Easter Island Stone Rapa Nui Mo’ai Stone
— Incan Textile
— Château d'If Prison Stone
— HMS Victory Oak (Battle of Trafalgar)
— French Revolution Money (Assignat)
— East India Company Copper (Largest Company)
— Battle of Waterloo Musket Ball Lead (Napoleonic War)
— Krakatoa Lava (Anak Krakatoa)
— De Havilland D.H. 4 Fabric (WW1 Plane)
— Ammonite Fossil (c. 66-409,000,000 years old)
— Great Depression Shovel (Works Progress Administration)
— V2 Rocket Shrapnel
— Hiroshima Melted Roof Tile (c. 1945)
— Lockheed U-2 Spy Plane Metal
— Vostok 1 Flown Metal (First Man in Space Yuri Gagarin)
— Chernobyl Medic Box Metal
— Neolithic Arrowhead (c. 10,000-3,000 B.C. Sahara Region)

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    United States
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ship In
    3-4 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation

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