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BOOKINGSDIRECT.COM, Press Release :latest news headlines; 14 billion years old sculpture crashed to earth , unveiled ; scientists carbon dated the sculpture at 14 billion years. A sculpture, as old as this head: there is no other piece of sculpture like this , in existence. The odds of discovering a sculpture in this category, is a 100 billion to 1. ; the most unique ever. It’s overwhelming that such a unique sculptured head, could ever enter earth’s atmosphere. It’s believed to have travelled billions of light years to reach our planet.

Crash landed to earth. Intensive research, carried out, identified the sculpture to be a type of asteroid from the beginning of the solar system. Comments made about the sculpture ; dated at 14 billion years old, this head exists before any former image. What a fascinating object! It’s amazing to think that images were created before the universe. The name quantum m given to the head, from mythological beliefs; it may be magical, powerful incense. The sculpture is the most curious piece of art on exhibition. Fully framed in aluminium with four poster teak wheels, with silver and gold chains, solid brass.

Set to the sculpture head; one of the most exceptional rare diamond, so rare, it’s described as a moon diamond. After several valuations, the sculpture has exceeded all expectations and listed the oldest and the number one most expensive in the world at £100 million pounds, by Art Revealed, Webstore Art Catalogue and Wallery Art Gallery Directory of World Artists. Valued at £100million pounds GBP for sale. To see more please click on this link: http://www.webstore.com/10863101 . Sculpture produced by Trevor R Plummer. email:Public Relations; camp10check@yahoo.co.uk

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