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A 19th century coco de mer seed largest seed in the world, carved by an early whaler or sailor to suggest female genitalia. These seeds, when initially found at sea, were highly prized curiosities of unknown origin that changed hands for very large sums of

A late 18th-early 19th century coco de mer seed (largest seed in the world), carved by an early whaler or sailor to suggest female genetalia, these seeds, when initially found at sea, were highly prized curiosities of unknown origin that changed hands for

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