Next up I have some solid pieces described as "collectors grade" by the original selling vendor. Now, I don't think they meet that description to be honest. For me, a piece of agarwood that merits this description is one that can be showcased in a cabinet display for its aroma, beauty, rarity and uniqueness, rather that used to heat or burn. These pieces are meant to be heated or burned and held up to one's nose, they smell wonderfully fragrant at room temperature. Described as "backyard wild at its best", they are on sale here for well below their current retail price of $520 for 30g. I was going to price them per 10g, but just realised that they need to be priced per piece... so I will include the photos that I have for now and wait until the morning to weigh and photo the individual pieces to include the prices.