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Dear Visitor, Welcome to the world of amber
I have studied different types of amber with inclusions from all corners of the world - from the darkest tropical jungle to the cold fields in Greenland, and I am just now beginning to list and photograph them all for this "new" web site.

It is important that we go exploring, investigating, researching and gain a greater awareness of our amazing world. But it is just as important that we make the knowledge available to everyone - to disseminate and make it understandable. With this website, I want to take part in this process and build a large database of knowledge, images, text, movies and scientific articles about amber.

On the page you will find pictures,  practical information, scientific articles, recipes for amber sweets and soaps, movies, recommendable books, huge databases, statistics and more. In short, this website shares everything that is important to know about amber, and is as often as possible being updated. If you have ideas for topics, please contact me here.

I sincerely hope that this page can help your quest for knowledge.
Best regards,
President of
The Danish Amber Association (DAA)
 If you have inclusions or different types of amber for
 sale, please feel free to contact me. Similarly, if I can
  help you with identification or photos of one of your
    inclusions please do not hesitate to contact me.
Currently, I am very busy, but I will
try to respond as soon as possible
The collection of amber deals with the following:
  • Madagascar copal -some thousand years
  • Colombian Copal -some thousand years
Oldest fossil of modern humans ~70.000 year old
  • Dominican amber  - 20-30 MYO
  • Mexican amber     - 25-35 MYO
  • Baltic amber         - 45-50 MYO
  • Cambay amber      - about 50 MYO
The extinction of the dinosaurs - 64,5 MYA
  • New Jersey amber    - 90-94 MYO
  • Myanmar amber       - 99-112 MYO
  • Lebanes amber        - 120-135 MYO                         
For security considerations, I have
no amber at home with myself
- consistently every piece is in a
safe-deposit box in the bank. 
This is one of the world's
largest websites about amber.
Since 2011 there have been more than 100,000 uniqe visits from 163 different countries 
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