This October, one of the most unique artifacts in existence will cross the auction block at the Hotel Drouot in France — Barry the Camptosaurus. At over 150 million years old and over 80 percent original bone, Barry is one of the oldest and most complete dinosaur skeletons ever found. Barry was unearthed in Wyoming in the '90s and had a restoration in 2000 by paleontologist Barry James, Barry's namesake. A further restoration by Italian lab Zoic was performed last year, bringing Barry up to current scientific standards. Barry is expected to bring $855,000 to $1.28 million when the hammer falls.