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Mini Museum Third Edition

Now in its third edition the Mini Museum lets you adorn your desk with a collection of rarities for a fraction of the price it would cost for any individual piece. Encased in a transparent Lucite acrylic block, this desktop museum, carefully presents an assortment of 29 rare and unusual objects ranging from recent, to ones billions of years old. The specimens range from a piece of a Steve Jobs turtleneck, a piece of a 14th century samurai sword, 4.5 billion year old space gems, and Charles & Diana´s royal wedding cake. The limited edition Mini Museum comes in two sizes (29 or 12 specimens,) and comes with a certificate of authenticity, and a full-color companion guide offering more background on the specimens and explaining what exactly it is you’re looking at.



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AMAZING RON RON HOUSE | BY ARCHITECT VICTOR CANAS

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OBOL BOWL | NEVER EAT SOGGY CEREAL AGAIN | Image

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HOME OFFICE IN FORMENTERA | BY MARIA CASTELLO | Image

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