We present a new autofluorescence-imaging method for bone analysis. This method, based on the autofluorescence of bone, provides color images in microscopic scale. The color images are created from three monochrome images acquired with optimal excitation- and emission-wavelengths combinations. The choice of these combinations were determined from the study of two-dimensional distributions of bone-features-bispectral autofluorescence in the visible- and ultraviolet-spectral range. We demonstrate that main-bone features visualized with MG-staining method can also be visualized in the autofluorescence-color image. Furthermore, the autofluorescence-color image presents features hardly distinguished in a histological-bone section.