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Half-Nautile on black round base

This nautile cut in two is in itself the essence of the cabinet of curiosity.
Inside we see that its geometry perfectly picks up the number of gold. It can fill its gas partitions and go up or down.

It is on this principle that man created the submarines.
Another highlight is that these animals have changed little morphologically over the past 400 million years and we now find it as a fossil.
L 14cm x 14cm x H 28cm
A pre-protecting specimen and its inclusion on the Washington list.
All nautiles are different, non-contractual photo.
Can only be sold in the European Union

189,00 €

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