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In your search for random trinkets to make your workspace unique, you’ve probably come across a few that have helped catch the attention of your fellow cube dwellers. None of these even come close to the attention-grabbing ability of the Mini Museum. Constructed by Hans Fex, each Mini Museum – there are three different sizes and collections – includes a series of rare specimens all housed in a sharp display case. Depending on how much you spend, you could own some Corinthian leather, mammoth hair, dinosaur egg shell, and much more. Fex has collected the samples over the last 35 years. We’ll be the first to say that we are a tad skeptical about the project, but Fex is an officially registered meteorite collector so at least he’s got that going for him.

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