Dino bird’s feather and 2 beetles from Burma 0.3 cm

Dino bird’s feather and 2 beetles from Burma 0.3 cm
Cretaceous, 100 million years ago, Myanmar Burma

You are bidding on selected inclusions from one of the largest collections in Germany, including Amber from all over the world
(Baltic, Dominican Republic, Mexico and BURMA) which I am offering for auction due to age-related reasons.
Authenticity, quality and rarity are guaranteed, partly suitable for museums, which is an estimated percentage of
less than 1% of all finds!

Burmit is known as the sort of Amber with the most enclosures and there are more kinds known of it
than from all other deposits combined.

In this Cretaceous, when dinosaurs lived, various flora objects developed like blossoms, leaves and moss.

In a honey-coloured long stone 2 x 0.8 cm the RARITY of a perfectly preserved down-like DINO feather 0.3 cm with keel, which shows many wing-like branches with air bubbles!

These beautiful delicate feather rays show nodes (moduli) in regular intervals and stem from small Dino flightless birds like Deinonychus or Velociraptors.

An ant beetle “Scydmaenidae” in a large air-filled bladder and another unusual short wing beetle,
which has a fine feather on his body, complete a special mix of action in
the Amber forest of primeval times!

The value of an inclusion stone mainly depends on the rarity and it is less than 0.1% in this case!

7 photos with multi-layer shots document this MUSEUM piece!

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