Be the next P.T. Barnum with a Mini Museum on your Desk

What do coal from the Titanic, dinosaur dung, the Chelyabinsk meteorite and soil from Dracula’s castle have in common? They are all part of the smallest museum in the world and you can own one.

The Kickstarter campaign for Mini Museum still has 24 days to go but the demand is quite extraordinary. Hans Fex has already raised more than 10 times the funding goal of $38.000 and is currently nearing the $500.000 mark.

The story behind Mini Museum began with Fex’s dad who was a research scientist. One day he brought home some artifacts from a travel to Malta which he embedded into epoxy resin. The idea for Mini Museum was born.

Fast forward to today Hans Fex has collected artifacts from across the world and beyond, most of them through expert curators. He now breaks the specimens up into small parts to create three different versions of the Mini Museum with 11, 22 or 33 specimens. Below you find the complete list of amazing artifacts you can own.

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