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Heritage Personal Museum

Heritage Display Museum

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Product Description

The Heritage Display Museum is a collection of bottled artifacts that represent the history of the universe. From meteorites and dinosaur fossils, to the Wright Brothers' flyer fabric and barbed wire from D-Day, each specimen has been specifically selected and curated to form your own personal museum honoring the most important events across history.

Each artifact is broken up into smaller samples, and then placed in specimen jars. Each artifact in the museum is authentic and has inherent historical importance.

Please note that each museum is handmade with slightly different samples of each specimen, and the photo shown is an example. No two museums will be exactly identical.

Product Details
  • ColorsBlack, White
  • Materials
    Plastic, Acrylic
  • Measurements
    15"L x 9"W x 2"H
  • OriginUnited States

— Includes Certificate of Authenticity
— Matte Black Leatherette Tray & Removable Glass Lid
— White Foam Insert
— Individual Bottles Can Be Removed & Opened

33 Specimens:
— Revolutionary War Lead
— USS Constitution Wood
— Civil War Bullet
— Wright Brothers Flyer Fabric
— SR-71 Titanium
— Space Shuttle Insulation
— Apollo 11 Command Module Metal
— Sand from Pearl Harbor
— D-Day Barbed Wire (Utah/Omaha Beaches)
— Sand from Iwo Jima
— Berlin Wall
— Titanic Coal
— Great Wall of China Fragment
— Ancient Greek Pottery
— Coin from the Roman Empire (c. 300 AD)
— Pompeii Ash
— Egyptian Mummy Linen (c. 100 BCE)
— Woolly Mammoth Hair
— Mini Shark Tooth Fossil
— Megaolodon Tooth
— Petrified Wood from Antarctica
— Insect Embedded in Amber
— Ankylosaurus Armor
— Tyrannosaurus Rex Tooth
— Dinosaur Egg Shell
— Dinosaur Coprolite
— Triceratops Brow Horn
— Plesiosaurus Bone
— Moldavite
— Stromatolite
— Martian Meteorite
— Carbonaceous Chondrite

Is anything real? Or are these all replica samples?

Every artifact in the museums is real. None of them are replicas or fake representations.

Are the jars removable at all? Or could they be opened if one tried?

Yes, the bottles are removable and they can be opened easily.

Are those empty jars on the right of the case?

Yes, there are 33 artifacts in both versions of the museum displays. The display cases have 36 bottles total, 3 of which are empty.

Is the entire set displayed by hanging it on the wall?

No, these display cases do not have the necessary hardware to hang on a wall. The cases have a glass lid that is removable and are typically displayed on a flat horizontal surface.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    — Canada, USA
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ships In
    1 business day
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation