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We provide excellent Dinosaur fossils and cast replicas to museums, universities and collectors.

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All Fossils are listed alphabetically. To Jump to a Fossil, click on the corresponding letter below. For example, Click on the "M" for "Mammoth"

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Fossils starting with "A" (Return to Top of page)

Allosaurus adult skull cast #1

Allosaurus skull

Full skull from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation, Cleveland-Lloyd Quarry, Utah.

The type species is A. fragilis.
Cast in resin and fiberglass
resin & fiberglass.
Skull measures 33" long x 12" wide x 18" high

Allosaurus fragilis adult skull #2

Allosaurus(pronounced Al-oh-SAWR-us) adult skull measures 33" long x 18" high x 12" wide
This is a full skull from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation, Cleveland-Lloyd Quarry, Utah.

Allosaurus, meaning "different lizard," was a huge, meat-eating dinosaur from the late Jurassic period. It was a theropod that lived in what is now the western United States. It was about 10.5 m long.

Beautiful example of an adult Allosaurus. Cast in resin and fiberglass

$995 (includes free stand).
(competitor price $1,200)

Allosaurus skull #3

The Allosaurus is one of the most famous dinosaurs ever discovered, and this exceptional fossil is a perfect representation of this legendary predator.

This specimen is from a full grown adult, and it measures 35"x14"x18". It is cast in resin which yields extremely realistic texture.

Close up of teeth

Allosaurus skull #3 resin cast: $950

Shipping will be about $65 within the U.S. We will gladly ship it anywhere in the world (shipping cost worldwide is based on weight and size. Shipping weight approx. 45 lbs). This skull takes approx. 7-10 days to prepare. A perfect last minute gift!

Allosaurus arm

Allosaurus arm and hand with base
Resin cast measures: 12 x 34 x 10 Inches Weight: 15 Lbs
Scientific Name: Allosaurus fragilis
Discovered in Mesa County, Western Colorado, USA
Formation: Morrison
Age: Jurassic

Was $450 Now $425 plus shipping.

Allosaurus Fingers

Allosaurus fingers

Allosaurus fragilis fingers
Discovered in Mesa County, Western Colorado, USA Morrison formation

A) 3rd digit, Resin cast 6" $20

B) 2nd digit, Resin cast 11", $30

C) 1rst digit, Resin cast 13", $30

Allosaurus Foot cast replia

Allosaurus Foot

Allosaurus foot
Resin cast with base, 15",

Was $450

Now: $435

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Allosaurus Hand cast replica

Allosaurus hand

Allosaurus hand with base

Resin cast measures 15.5"

Discovered Mesa County, Western Colorado, USA, Morrison Formation

Was $170 Now $160

Allosaurus Humerus

Allosaurus Humerus (large)
This arm bone from an Allosaurus measures 15" long.
It was discovered at the Morrison Formation of Colorado, USA
Late Jurassic
Resin cast $75

Allosaurus leg

Allosaurus leg with armature, Resin cast measures 7 feet,
Scientific Name: Allosaurus fragilis

Discovered in Mesa County, Western Colorado, USA

From the Morrison Formation.

Age: Jurassic,

Competitor price: $1,700
Our price: $1,650

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Animantarx ramaljonesi skeleton

Animantarx ramaljonesi skeleton

Animantarx (an-i-MAN-tahrks; "living citadel") is a genus of nodosaurid ankylosaurian dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous of western North America.

Animantarx was covered in heavy armor scutes, but lacked a tail club. The generic name is composed of the Latin words animatus ("living" or "animated") and arx ("fortress" or "citadel"), referring to its armored nature. In particular, the name is a reference to a comment made by paleontologist R. S. Lull about ankylosaurs, that as "an animated citadel, these animals must have been practically unassailable..."

Animantarx Nodosaur Skeleton (Animantarx ramaljonesi skeleton)

Early Cretaceous, from the Cedar Mountain Formation of Western Colorado, USA

Molded from a specimen at the College of Eastern Utah, Price, Utah

The type species is the only one known so far, and is called A. ramaljonesi after its discoverer, Ramal Jones. His wife, Carol Jones, also discovered the contemporaneous dinosaur Eolambia nearby.

Skeleton length: approximately 11'

Mounted skeleton Was $22,500 Now $22,400

Skull also available separately $295.

Anhanguera blittersdorfi pterosaur skeleton

Anhanguera blittersdorfi skeleton

Anhanguera blittersdorfi (ahn-yahn-GER-a), this creatures name means "old devil" (from Tupi anhanga "devil" + nera "old"). This pterosaur is named for Anhanguera a malignant spirit in the Tupi Indian culture native to the region of northeastern Brazil, where the fossil was found.

Measurements: wingspan 13 feet

Specimen: Wyoming Dinosaur center

Early Cretaceous. Discovered in the Santana Formation of Brazil

Terrestrial Pose (left) Mount, Was $6.400 Now $6,200

Flying Pose Mount (above) Was $5,900 This will ship slightly broken down.

Unassembled / unpainted $2,900

Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

Anhanguera blittersdorfi pterosaur skull

Anhanguera blittersdorfi pterosaur skull

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Scientific Name: Anhanguera blittersdorfi

Discovered in the Santana Formation, the original is housed at the Wyoming Dinosaur center, Thermopolis, Wyoming.

Early Cretaceous

This remarkable Pterosaur Skull (Anhanguera blittersdorfi) measures 24 inches long, and 4 inches wide. This cast comes with a free stand and base

Price Was $475 Now $465 (we will beat any price!)

Ankylosaur Skeleton

Assembled Mount, was $20,000 Now $19,800

Unassembled Kit, $11,000

Mymoorapelta maysi Ankylosaur Skeleton

Late Jurassic, Morrison Formation of Western Colorado

Juvenile Skeleton:

Measurements: 11.6 feet long and 2.7 feet high

Specimen: Museum of Western Colorado

Quarry: Mygatt-Moore Quarry

Ankylosaur (Gastonia burgei) Juvenile skeleton

Ankylosaur (Gastonia burgei) Juvenile skeleton

Assembled Mount, $22,500

Unassembled $11,000

Gastonia burgei Ankylosaur Juvenile skeleton

Measurements: 11 feet long

Specimen: brigham Young University Earth Sciences Museum

Quarry: Dalton Wells

Ankylosauyr Gastonia burgei Skeletons

Gastonia burgei Ankylosauyr Skeletons

Early Cretaceous, Cedar Mountain Formation of Eastern Utah

Adult Skeleton:

Measurements: 14 feet long and 4.6 feet high

Specimen: College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum

Quarry: Gaston Quarry

Assembled skeleton Mount, $32,500

Unassembled skeleton Kit, $16,000

Ankylosaur: Gastonia Skull

Gastonia Skull

This cast of a juvenile Gastonia Burgei ankylosaur skull is 7 x 10 x 5" with base,


Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

Apatosaurus Giant Femur

Giant Apatosaurus Femur

Here is a wonderful display item. We have shown these to large groups of adults and children and they are always a big hit. This femur comes from the Late Jurassic, discovered in the Morrison Formation of Colorado. Designated: Apatosaurus sp. This femur has excellant preservation and measures 6' 1" .

There are teeth marks on both ends and broken, embedded Theropod teeth in bone shaft. This femur is cast in resin, and foam filled for durability and easy transportation.

Bone Cast with stand, $2,900

A slightly smaller femur (66x23x14 plus 8 inch stand)is also available for $1,200

Apatosaurus Femur #2 (59 inches / 1.5 meters long)

We also offer a second Apatosaurus femur that is slightly smaller and more economical.

The original is housed at BYU in the United States.

This femur is also cast in resin and also includes a stand (not pictured).

Resin cast with stand $660

Australopithecus africanus STS 5 "Mrs. Ples" skull (actual cast)

The skull of "Mrs Ples" was discovered at the Sterkfontein Caves, near Krugersdorp, on April 18, 1947. The discovery was made by Dr Robert Broom of the Transvaal Museum, with his assistant, John Robinson.

"Mrs Ples" lived on the South African highveld. "Mrs Ples" is the most complete cranium of the species Australopithecus africanus. Formerly the skull was known as "Plesianthropus" which means "almost human". "Mrs Ples" could walk upright, like humans, but she had a small brain, similar in size to that of a modern chimpanzee.

I have hundreds of hominid skulls and skeletons (please inquire)

Resin $115

Australopithecus africanus skeleton Stw 431

Skeleton of Australopithecus africanus specimen Stw 431

Preserves beautiful vertebra and pelvis, shoulder elements and arm fragments.


I have hundreds of hominid fossil casts. Please inquire.

Avimimus skeleton

Avimimus skeleton

Avimimus (A-vee-MIME-us)

Complete skeleton discovered in Udan Sayr, Gobi Desert, Mongolia

Late Cretaceous (Campanian), Djadokhta Formation

This skeleton measures 4 ft 9 inches long (1.5 meters)

THEROPODA: relationships uncertain

Avimimus, means 'Bird mimic'. It was interpreted by its discoverer, Dr Sergi Kurzanov, as a dinosaur that had features in parallel with birds, perhaps even feathers. The animal possibly had short, wide wings of limited use for flight and may even have been warm blooded. The foot of Avimimus is compared with that of the large carnivorous dinosaur, Tarbosaurus and the similarities are clear. The middle metatarsal bone is very reduced in both. Price $6,300

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Bothriolepis Armored Fish

Bothriolepis Armored Fish cast replica. Bothriolepis ("pitted scale" or "trench scale") was the most successful genus of antiarch placoderms, if not the most successful genus of any placoderm, with over 100 species found on every continent. It was a small benthic freshwater detrivore which lived in the Middle and Late Devonian

Scientific name: Bothriolepis panderi. This specimen was discovered in Morocco.

Resin cast measures 11" w/base, $195

Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

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Caenopus occidentalis extinct fossil rhinoceros

Caenopus occidentalis extinct fossil rhinoceros (Rhino) Skull
Caenopus occidentalis was a rhinoceros species that lived in North America during the Oligocene. Fossils of it have been found in Weld County, Colorado. Fossilized remains of another species of the genus, Caenopus dakotensis, have been discovered in the White River Formation of Wyoming. Caenopus was closely related to the rhinos of today. It is classified in the same family as the modern rhinos, which is Rhinoceratidae. However, Caenopus was a hornless rhinoceros. Caenopus was a large animal; it grew to as much as 8 feet in length. Grasslands became very common during the Oligocene. Many grazing herbivores appeared as a result of it. They included both large and small ones. Rhinoceratids were often heftly in size; smaller grazing mammals included oreodonts, such as Merycoidodon. Rhinos died out in North America during the Pliocene. They became extinct in Europe and northern Asia during the Pleistocene.

Scientific Name: Caenopus occidentalis
Discovered in South Dakota, in the White River Formation.
Oligocene, 19.5",

Camarasaurus skull #1

Camarasaurus skull #1 (the finest known);


approx. 26 x 24 x 14 inches;

Resin cast $2,500

Camarasaurus lentus Juvenile skull

Camarasaurus lentus Juvenile skull

Full size Camarasaurus lentus Juvenile skull cast replica.

Size 13" x 6" wide x 9" tall.

Camarasaurus (pronounced KAM-ah-rah-SAWR-us) and (meaning "chamber vertebra") was a large, long-necked plant-eating dinosaur that lived during the late Jurassic period. This sauropod was about 60 ft long and weighed roughly 30 tons.

This is a cast of the skull of a juvenile perhaps half grown. The original skull was found in Utah.

Competitor price $450
Our price $280 (resin)

Cave Bear skeleton (Ursus spelaeus)

Cave Bear - Ursus spelaeus

COMPLETE Fossil Skeleton from Russia

Ursus spelaeus Cave Bear from the Ural Mountains of Siberia, Russia. These are very special fossils indeed and extremely rare, they look awsome on display and never fail to become the talking point of conversation.

A large specimen measuring 7 feet 8 inches tall. This is a genuine fossil Cave Bear supplied with dedicated and discreet steel support. Each and every bone is correctly supported, making for a very stable piece which displays spectacularly. The fossil is supplied disassembled in a strong wooden shipping crate. Reassembly is straightforward due to each bone being numbered consecutively from the ground up.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for more images or information. All in all, a stunning museum quality fossil with superb preservation. Rarely available, and even more rarely found of this quality and condition.

I have several cave bears for sale prices range from $6,000 to $20,000 (please email me for current specimens, pictures and price)

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Ceratosaurus maxilla, cast replica

Ceratosaurus maxilla

Ceratosaurus is a large, meat-eating theropod. Ceratosaurus nasicornus measured around 20 feet from head to tail, and featured a nasal horn as itís name suggest.

Ceratosaurus maxilla, portion of upper jaw measures 10 x 11"

Resin cast $95

Ceratopsian Dinosaur skull (Wahweap formation)

Here is a cast skull from a newly discovered and recently described Ceratopsian dinosaur from the Wahweap formation. This beautiful and unusual dinosaur has many feature never before seen in other ceratopsian dinosaurs.

Skull is cast in the finest resin, and measures approx. 40 inches long, 28 inches wide, and 40 inches tall. Stand optional.

Price $3,600. We ship anywhere in the world. Because of it's large size this skull will have to be shipped in a crate. Shipping in the U.S. is aprox. $400 or less. Shipping outside the U.S. will be more.

Ceratopsian Skull (Utahceratops)

Utahceraops Ceratopsian Skull w/base, 7.5',

New Discovery

Location: Utah, USA

Late Cretaceous,

Was $5,800 Now $5,700

Chasmosaur skeleton

Chasmosaur Belli Skeleton

Mounted and crated.

Long-frilled ceratopsid herbivore dinosaur of Cretaceous Alberta (Canada).

17 ft (5.2 m) long. 7 ft (2.1 m) skull


Skull also available separately.

Chirostenotes Claw Set replica

Chirostenotes (pronounced KIE-ro-Sten-o-teez, named from Greek 'narrow-handed') was an oviraptosaur from the late Cretaceous of Alberta, Canada. In life, the animal was about 9.5 feet long and 3 feet tall at the hips.

This is a cast of two Chirostenotes claws that were found together. The originals were collected in N.E. Montana's Hell Creek Formation. There was no restoration done to the fossils, both claws were near complete!
Item Size: Large Claw (3.25 inches along the top curve), Small Claw (2.5 inches along the top curve)
Composition: Solid plastic resin
Hand painted with acrylic clear coat

Chirostenotes Resin claws
Large $16, Small $14

Coelurosaur Skull

Zuni Coelurosaur Skull

Skull with base, 9",

Scientific Name: New Discovery, Zuni Coelurosaur

Location: Catron County, New Mexico

Formation: Moreno Hill

Age: Cretaceous,


Coelurosaur skeleton

Coelurosaur skeleton

Assembled Mount, Was $5,900 Now $5,800

Unassembled Kit, Was $3,000 Now $2,900


New discovery - Zunicoelosaur - just named Theropod

Mid Cretaceous. Discovered in the Moreno Hill Formation of New Mexico

Measurements: 7.5 feet long

Specimen: Mesa Southwest Museum

Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

Conchoraptor Skull

Conchoraptor Skull

Skull 4.5"

Scientific name: Conchoraptor gracilis

Discovered in Mongolia

Formation: Red beds of Khermeen Tsav

Age: Late Cretaceous


Conchoraptor gracilis Adult in matrix

A great example of Conchoraptor gracilis. This is an adult skeleton in matrix (2-D),

It measures 44 inches and is cast in resin.

This cast was molded from a privately owned specimen that was discovered in Mongolia in the Red Beds of Khermeen Tsav.

Resin cast: $1,900

Conchoraptor, juvenile skeleton in matrix

Conchoraptor juvenile skeleton in matrix

Conchoraptor, juvenile skeleton in matrix 2D, 38,"

Scientific Name: Conchoraptor gracilis

Discovered in Mongolia at the Red Beds of Khermeen Tsav

Late Cretaceous

Was $1,900 Now $1,800

Conchoraptor gracilix adult skeleton on nest

Conchoraptor gracilix adult skeleton on nest

Conchoraptor gracilix adult skeleton on nest

Adult skeleton measures 5 feet

Nest measures 33 inches

Adult Mount on Nest, $5,900

Assembled Adult Mount, without Nest, $5,200

Unassembled Skeleton, $2,500

Nest only, $650

Conchoraptor gracilis Juvenile skeleton in matrix

Conchoraptor gracilis Juvenile skeleton in matrix. This cast measures 33 inches long. The skeleton was discovered in Mongolia in the Red Beds of Khermeen Tsav.

Molded from a privately owned specimen, the skeleton remains in-situ and displays beautiful preserved shoulder girdle and fore-limbs.

Resin cast $1,900

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Dimetrodon skull

Dimetrodon skull

Cast in resin, this skull measures 13x8x7.5 inches.



Dimetrodon skeleton cast

$3,300 plus shipping

Dimetrodon, pronounced (die-MET-roh-don) which means ("two measures of teeth" so named because it had a large skull with two different types of teeth; shearing teeth and sharp canine teeth, unlike reptiles. Dentition showing this differentiation of teeth is called heterodonty).

Dimetrodon has a large sail which was probably used to regulate body temperature; the surface area would allow it to warm up or cool off more efficiently. Dimetrodon was not a dinosaur but a pelycosaur, an early synapsid (mammal-like reptile).

Dimetrodon skeleton resin & fiberglass

6.5 feet long

Diplodocus skull (juvenile)

Diplodocus skull;


Wonderful juvenile Diplodocus skull;

Measuring 16 inches in length;

Resin cast $899.

Dracorex hogwartsia original skull replica

Dracorex hogwartsia original skull replica

This is the cast of the original skull. There has been no restoration all of the material you see in the cast is directly from the original fossil. The original fossil was collected in N.E. Montana's Hell Creek Formation.
Size: About 20 inches long
Composition: Solid resin
Finish: Hand painted with acrylic clear coat
Price $599

Dracorex hogwartsia "Dragon King" Reconstruction

Recently featured on the cover of National Geographic December 2007 (BIG BAD DINOSAURS) Dracorex hogwartsia is a brand new dinosaur species.

Type Species - Dracorex hogwartsia,From the late Cretaceous of North America.Etymology - from the Latin words: draco (meaning dragon) + rex (meaning king). translation: "dragon king"

This skull is the same species as holotype - TCMI 2004.17.1

Named after the fictional "Hogwarts Academy," from the Harry Potter series.

This is the first replica available for Dracorex hogwartsia! This profile contains the dentary and pre-dentary. The front teeth are serrated, looking as if this may be the first evidence of an omnivore! This replica is cast in solid resin and is made to hang on a wall or rest on a table.

Family: Pachycephalosauridae
Genus: Dracorex

Dracorex hogwartsia Skull (Left Profile In-Situ)
Restored Skull from the Left View, Entire tooth row!

Skull measures 13 inches high and 20 inches long.

Competitor price $650 - Our price $550

Duck Bill dinosaur

Duckbill Dinosaur skull Saurolophus angustirostris
Discovered in Mongolia, Nemegt formation
Age: Late Cretaceous

Saurolophus (meaning "reptile crest") is a genus of large hadrosaurine duckbill dinosaur that lived in North America (Canada) and Asia (Mongolia); it is one of the few genera of dinosaurs known from multiple continents. It is distinguished by a spike-like crest which projects up and back from the skull. Saurolophus was a herbivorous dinosaur which could move about either bipedally or quadrupedally.

The distinctive spike-like crest of Saurolophus has been interpreted in multiple ways, and could have had multiple functions. brown suggested it could provide an area for muscle attachment and a connection point for a nonbody back frill like that seen in the basilisk lizard. Peter Dodson interpreted it as having use in sexual identification. Maryanska and Osmolska, noting the hollow base, suggested that the crest increased the surface area of the respiratory cavity, and helped in thermoregulation. James Hopson supported a function as a visual signal, and further mentioned the possibility that there were inflatable skin flaps over the nostrils that could have acted as resonators and additional visual signals.

Resin cast measures: 14 x 29 x 7 Inches

Was $675 Now $650

Purchase orders available.

Dunkleosteus marsaisi skull

Dunkleosteus Skull Dunkleosteus marsaisi

Devonian from Morocco, North Africa

Measurements: 41" long, 25" high, 20 inches wide. Weight 55 Lbs

From private collection.

Assembled Mount, with trunk armor and base, $3,495

Unassembled / unpainted $2,295

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Elephant skull (Platybelodon grangeri)

Platybelodon Elephant Skull with base

This skull belongs to a now extinct relative of elephants called Platybelodon grangeri. Platybelodon (meaning "flat-tusk") lived during the Miocene Epoch. It may have gone extinct from overspecialization and inability to adapt to changing environmental conditions.

The shape of the two lower teeth have led Platybelodon to be known as a "shovel tusker". It may have used it's teeth to strip bark from trees. This specimen was discovered in Gansu Province, China and measures 53" long. Late Miocene.


This skull would make a great comparison piece to my mammoth skulls (lower this page)

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Gallimimus Skull

Gallimimus Skull with base 14"

Scientific name: Gallimimus bullatus

Pronunciation: Gal-ih-MIME-us

Age: Late Cretaceous

Location: Mongolia

Nemegt Formation



Discovered in Omnogov, Gobi Desert, Mongolia

AGE: Late Cretaceous (Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian), Nemegt Formation

SIZE: 5.5 metres long

Gallimimus means: 'Chicken mimic'

CLASSIFICATION: THEROPODA: Ornithomimosauria; Ornithomimidae

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Gallimimus bullatus was the largest of the ornithomimosaurs. Totally without teeth, it may well have been an omnivore, feeding on seeds, fruits as well as small vertebrates and large insects.

Gallimimus bullatus belongs to a family once called the Struthiomimidae, the 'ostrich mimics'. The structure of the limbs and tail suggests that like the ostriches, the struthiomimids, or ornithomimids as they are more properly known, were capable of running quite fast.

$18,000 (USD) or less / $20,218 (AU)

Gallimimus Distal Tail with Base

Gallimimus Distal Tail with Base 42"

Scientific name: Gallimimus bullatus

Late Cretaceous

Location: Mongolia

Nemegt Formation

Tail measures 2.5 x 42 x 2.5 Inches (4 Lbs).

Was $275 Now $270

Gar Fish Lepisosteus atrox

Giant Gar Fish Lepisosteus atrox.

This fish measures a massive 5' 5"

Eocene, From the Green River Formation of Wyoming.

There are 2 sides to this cast (available separately)

Resin cast: $1,185

Glyptodont Skeleton Panochthus tuberculatus

Glyptodont Skeleton

Glyptodont Skeleton
Pleistocene, Rio Lujan Formation

Panochthus tuberculatus

Measurements: 10 1/2 feet long, 52" high

Private Specimen

Assembled Mount: including internal skeleton, shell, and armored tail rings,

Unassembled skeleton also available $29,000.

Glyptodont clavipes Skeleton

Glyptodont clavipes Skeleton

Glyptodont clavipes Skeleton
With partial internal skelton,

Pleistocene, Uruguay, SA

Measurements: 9' long

Private Specimen

Assembled Mount: including internal skeleton, shell, and armored tail rings $28,000

Unassembled skeleton also available $19,000.

Glyptodont Tail Club (Doedicurus clavicaudatus)

Scientific name: Doedicurus clavicaudatus. Discovered in Uruguay in the Rio Lujan Formation.


Glyptodont Tail Club with reconstructed spines and base

Resin cast 43", $3800

Tail Club only, $1600

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Homo erectus / Homo ergaster KNM-ER 3733 skull (actual cast)

Homo erectus / Homo ergaster KNM-ER 3733 skull cast (actual cast - not a sculpture)

Resin $180

Homo ergaster Skeleton, KNM-WT 15000 "Nariokotome Boy",

Homo ergaster Skeleton, KNM-WT 15000 "Nariokotome Boy".

Here is an actual cast of this great skeleton from the National Museums of Kenya. This is not a sculpted version, but an actual cast.

Will sell articulated or disarticulated. As such, price will vary.

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IGUANODON orientalis skull

IGUANODON orientalis skull

Iguanodon means "Iguana tooth". It is classified as: ORNITHOPODA; Iguanodontia; Iguanodontidae

Early Cretaceous (Aptian), Barum Bayan Formation

Discovered in the Gobi Desert, Southwestern Mongolian Peoples' Republic.

Its hands had four fingers and a spike-like thumb, which it may have used to defend itself. Its teeth are reminiscent of those in hypsilophodonts, flattened side to side, and leaf-shaped. They probably sliced up plant material like a pair of scissors.

Because of the large number of skeletons of these dinosaurs frequently found together and evidence from fossil track ways, palaeontologists think they may have formed herds. Their remains are most often found in sediments deposited in swampy, lake and river edge environments suggesting that is the place they spent most of their time munching on horsetails (like the living Equisetum), ferns, cycads and various kinds of conifers.

Iguanodon orientalis from Mongolia (above) is very similar to iguanodonts from Europe (below) except for its huge, bulbous 'nose.' This hollow structure may have been used as a resonating chamber for making 'dinosaur music or mating calls.

This skull measures 90cm in length

Cast in resin.

$775 (USD) / $888 (AU)

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Lystrosaurus skeleton

Lystrosaurus (Lis-trow-SAWR-us).

This skeleton was discovered in Astashikha, Nizhegorodskaya Region, Russia in Early Triassic sediments.

The skeleton measures about 1 metre (aprox 3 1/2 feet) long. The name Lystrosaurus means 'Shovel reptile'

CLASSIFICATION: THERAPSIDA: Anomodontia; Lystrosauridae

Lystrosaurus has long been known from many parts of the world, although it has yet to be found in Australia.

As in another mammal-like reptiles Dicynodon, ("Two Dog-teeth") the teeth of Lystrosaurus were reduced to a pair of tusks. Both of these reptiles appear to have been herbivores.

The structure of the skull, with the nostrils and eye sockets placed near the top of the head, the snout turned down at the tip and the teeth and jaws placed low, all suggest that Lystrosaurus was an amphibious feeder, in much the same fashion as the hippopotamus.

Price $5,400

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Macrauchenia Skull

Macrauchenia Skull

The first Macrauchenia (which means "Big neck") fossils were discovered by Charles Darwin during his voyage of the Beagle.

The last of its line, Macrauchenia was the final member of South America's unique native hoofed animals, which have not been studied much since their discovery. The strangest feature is Macrauchenia's skull, with nostrils right up on top of the head. This led to all sorts of suggestions, including the idea that they were aquatic, using these nostrils as a blowhole. The most likely explanation, though, is that they had a tapir-like proboscis, giving them a 'hose nose'.

Scientific name: Macrauchenia, sp


This skull was discovered in Uruguay.

Resin Skull with base 17" $350

Mammoth fossil skeleton #1 (Real fossil not a cast)

Mamnoth skeleton #1

This is a real Mammoth skeleton (not a cast).

Price starting at $99,000 depending on which skeleton you choose. I have several to choose from. I will glady email you pictures of all. Full line of Mammoth fossil skulls and skeletons

Marasuchus / Marasaurus Dinosaur cast Skeleton plaque

Marasuchus is a genus of dinosaur-like ornithodiran from the middle Triassic Period of Argentina. The species Marasuchus illoensis was originally described as a second species of Lagosuchus, L. lilloensis. However, in a restudy of Lagosuchus by Sereno and Arcucci (1994), the authors concluded that the original (type) specimen was too poorly preserved to allow any further specimens to be assigned to the genus. They also noted that the L. illoensis specimen had limb proportions different from the type species. On this basis, they assigned L. illoensis to a new genus, Marasuchus.

Resin cast measures aprox 3 1/2 by 4 feet.

Prices and more dig panels here

Mastodon Real Fossil Skull

Cast replica $12,500 (plus shipping)

This is the Largest Mastodon ever found. It is 20% larger than the Warren Mastodon of the Museum of Natural History, NY.
It is 14% larger than the Burning tree Mastodon from Ohio. The skull is that of a (aprox)35 year old male 4 tusked Mastodon. The bottom 2 tusks extend from lower jaw

Megalania prisca cast replica

This amazing Megalania prisca ("ancient giant butcher") skeleton was discovered in South-eastern Queensland, Australia. It comes from the Pleistocene.

Megalania was a giant lizard, reaching lengths of up to 6 meters which makes it the largest terrestrial lizard that ever lived. Megalania was once thought to belong to a distinct genus called Megalania prisca, it is now recognized as a species in the genus Varanus, which includes all monitor lizards.

CLASSIFICATION: Giant varanid lizard

The skeleton measures 570 cm (18 ft 8.4 inches)

Resin cast $2,115 USD (2,280.00 AUD)

The skull is also available separately.

Mosasaur skeleton (98% complete) Actual Fossil

Real Fossil Mosasaur skeleton

This amazing Mosasaur fossil is 98% complete.

A great chance to own an actual Mosasaur skeleton.

Mounted on a 7ft disk.

$59,000.00 (plus shipping)

Mosasaur Skeleton or Skull

Mosasaur Skeleton or Skull

Mosasaur (Prognathodon stadtmani) Skull and skeleton:

Specimen: Brigham Young University

Late Cretaceous,

Mancos Shale Formation of Colorado

Assembled skeleton Mount, 36 feet long, $39,000

Unassembled $21,000

The Mosasaur skull is also available by itself and measures 52" long. $3,500

A medium sized (aprox 15 inch) skull is also available for $495

Mosasaur (Platecarpus) Skull

Mosasaur, Platecarpus Skull
Platecarpus planifronsThe name Platecarpus comes from the Greek words; plate: meaning, "oar" and karpos: meaning "wrist, carpus"
15" long, 5" wide, 6" high
Resin cast $525.00

Mosasaur, Platecarpus Skull with neck vertebraPlatecarpus planifrons 20" long, 5" wide, 6" high
Resin cast $725

Mylodon (Ground Sloth) Skeleton

Mylodon Ground Sloth Skeleton Adult skeleton,

Miocene, Florida USA

Specimen from private collection.

Length: approximately 9'


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Neanderthal skeleton burial cast plaque

Here is a very rare cast of the Kebara Neanderthal skeleton burial.

This item is being sold on consignment. This skeleton is cast in resin with hooks on the back for hanging. Can also be displayed laying down. Great evidence of burial in these ancient humans.

Asking price $900

Nothronychus mckinleyi skeleton cast replica

Nothronychus mckinleyi skeleton cast replica

Adult skeleton measures 14.4 feet long,

From the Utah Museum of Natural History.

Discovered in Tropic Shale Formation; Kane County, Utah, USA

Late Cretaceous

Finished mount, $42,000, unassembled kit, $26,000

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Othnielia rex (Ornithopod) Skeleton

This wonderful specimen was molded from an original in a private collection.

From the Witherell Quarry.

Othnielia was a genus of hypsilophodont dinosaur, named after its original describer, Professor Othniel Charles Marsh an American paleontologist of the 19th century. The taxon, Othnielia rex, was named by Peter Galton in 1977 from a species Marsh (1877) called Nanosaurus rex

Othnielia rex Skeleton (Ornithopod skeleton / Nanosaurus rex) cast replica

This skeleton come from the Late Jurassic. It was discovered in the Morrison Formation of Western Colorado.

Mounted skeleton measurements: 5.5 feet long
Assembled Mount was $4,800 Now $4,700

Unassembled Skeleton Kit was $2,500 Now $2,450

Oviraptor philoceratops Skull with Hand,

Oviraptor philoceratops Skull with Hand cast. This unique cast is of an Oviraptor skull on the front, but also displays part of the hand and skull on the back, just as it was found.

Resin cast measures 10" and includes base.

$198 Location: Mongolia Formation: Djadochta Age: Late Cretaceous

Oviraptor sp. Skull Plaque Oviraptor sp. skull plaque measures 10.5"

Discovered in Mongolia in the Khermeen Tsav Formation. Age: Late Cretaceous,

Resin cast was $295 Now $265

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Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus

Plesiosaurus dolichodeirus skeleton cast replica panel.

This skeleton cast is made of resin/fiberglass and measures 72x30 inches.


Plesiosaurus (pronounced: plee-zee-oh-SAWR-us). It's name comes from the Greek: plesios, which means "near to" + sauros, meaning: "lizard"). Plesiosaurus was a large (about 3 to 5 meters long), marine Sauropterygian reptile that lived during the early part of the Jurassic Period, and is known by nearly complete skeletons from the Lias of England and Germany. It was distinguished by its small head, long and slender neck, broad turtle like body, a short tail, and two pairs of large, elongated paddles. It lends its name to the order Plesiosauria, of which it is an early but fairly typical member.

Plesiosaurus was one of the first of the "antediluvian reptiles" to be discovered (by Mary Anning), and excited great interest in Victorian England. It was so-named ("near lizard") by William Conybeare, to indicate that it was more like a normal reptile than Ichthyosaurus, which had been found in the same rock strata just a few years previously.

Probactrosaurus gobiensis


meaning of Name: "Before the Bactrian reptile"

Probactrosaurus is classified as: ORNITHOPODA; Iguanodontia; Iguanodontidae.

Probactrosaurus skeleton.

It's fossils have been found in the Early Cretaceous (Aptian-Albian) sediments.

Discovered in the Alashan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China.

Complete skeleton 500cm (16 1/2 feet) in length

Price $21,300

Prenocephale sp. fossil skeleton
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Museum quality Prenocephale sp. fossil skeleton.

This skeleton was discovered in Mongolia, and measures 170cm in length.

Was $750,000 Now $350,000

Prenocephale was a small pachycephalosaurid dinosaur genus from the Late Cretaceous and was similar in many ways to its close relative, Homalocephale. Prenocephale probably weighed around 130 kilograms and was around 2m to 3m long. Unlike the flattened wedge-shaped skull of Homalocephale, the head of Prenocephale was rounded and sloping. It lived in what is now Mongolia.

Protoceratops real fossil skull

Protoceratops skull 24x17.5x18 $49,000 DINOSAUR SKULL Protoceratops, Cretaceous Mongolia 24" high x 17-1/2" wide x 18" long An extremely large bull specimen with some restoration, but a nice showy piece! These skulls are becoming increasingly rare.

Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

Protoceratops skeleton #1 (Actual Fossil)

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Protoceratops skeleton #1

120cm length

Discovered in Mongolia.


Protoceratops skeleton #2 (Actual Fossil)

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Protoceratops skeleton #2

Skeleton measures 100cm in length

Discovered in Mongolia.


Protoceratops Juvenile Skull Cast

Protoceratops Juvenile Skull Cast

Protoceratops Skull Cast

Protoceratops andrewsi from Mongolia

Juvenile skull, 11" long, with base

Was $140 Now $120

Protoceratops skull cast (small) w/base

Protoceratops skull (small) w/base, 5 x 11 x 5" (5 lbs)

Scientific Name: Protoceratops andrewsi

Discovered in Mongolia at the Djadochta formation

Age: Late Cretaceous

Was $375 Now $325

Protoceratops Skull (medium) w/base

Protoceratops Skull cast (medium) w/base

Protoceratops Skull (medium) w/base, 10 x 16.5 x 8" (10 lbs).

Scientific Name: Protoceratops andrewsi

Discovered in Mongolia at the Djochta formation

Age: Late Cretaceous

Was $475 Now $425

Protoceratops Skull Cast

Protoceratops Skull Cast (large)

Protoceratops Skull (large)

Protoceratops andrewsi from Mongolia

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Adult skull, 18" high, 22" long, 22" wide, with base. (aprox 25 lbs)

Resin cast Was $675 Now $625

Protoceratops skeleton

Protoceratops andrewsi Skeleton. Late Cretaceous, Discovered at the Djadochta Formation of Mongolia

Ceratopsian Skeleton:

Measurements: 6 feet long

Speciment: Private

Assembled Mount $5,200

Unassembled Kit $2,500

PROTOCERATOPS andrewsi juvenile

PROTOCERATOPS andrewsi juvenile

"First horned face"

CERATOPSIA; Neoceratopsia; Protoceratopsidae

Late Cretaceous (Campanian), Djadokhta formation

This wonderful Protoceratops juvenile skeleton is 35cm in length.


PROTOCERATOPS andrewsi life reconstruction

PROTOCERATOPS andrewsi life-like reconstruction.

This great life-size model makes a great companion to a Protoceratops skeleton or any museum display. This sturdy fiberglass model measures 250cm long

$7,300 (or less, please inquire)

Protoceratops & Velociraptor Fight Scene

Protoceratops & Velociraptor Fight Scene Plaque.

Scientific Name: Protoceratops and Velociraptor mongoliensis

Location: Mongolia, Djochta Formation.

Late Cretaceous.

Size 37" x 79," x 4" (aprox 100 lbs).

Was $9500 Now $9,350 plus shipping.

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Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

Psittacosaurus meileyingensis skeleton

Psittacosaurus meileyingensis skeleton

Psittacosaurus Skeleton

Early Cretaceous. Discovered at the Jiufotang Formation of Liaoning Province, China

Psittacosaurus meileyingensis (?)

Measurements: 38 inches long

Specimen: Private

Assembled Mount, Was $2,200 Now $2,150
Unassembled Kit, $900

I also have several Real skeletons available

Psittacosaurus meileyingensis skull

Psittacosaurus Skull with base, 3 x 5.5 x 3" (8 lbs).

Scientific Name: Psittacosaurus meileyingensis (?)

Location: China, Liaoning Province

From the Jiufotang Formation

Early Cretaceous

Was $165 Now $160

'Ptweety' the Tiniest Pteranodon

'Ptweety' the Worlds Tiniest Pteranodon.

Original specimen discovered by Ken Jenkins.

This skeleton was prepared, reconstructed, then molded and cast by Todd Hoelmer. 'Ptweety's skull measures 6" in length. The maximum wingspan is approx 5'.

Articulated cast $1,600

Unassembled $600

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Rhamphorhynchus gemmingi

Rhamphorhynchus gemmingi

Measurements: wingspan 3.5 feet

Late Jurassic

Assembled Mount, $900

Unassembled $475

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Saichania Skull #1

Saichania Skull

Saichania (meaning 'beautiful one') was an ankylosaurid dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period of what is now Mongolia.

Saichania was about six meters long.

Skull with base 17.5"

Scientific Name: Saichania sp.

Age: Late Cretaceous,

Location: Mongolia

Formation: Barun Goyot

Price was $700 Now $680

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Saichania skull #2

Saichania Skull #2 with neck vertabra

Saichania Skull #2 with Neck vertabra, Armor piece and base,


Scientific Name: Saichania chulsanensis

Age: Late Cretaceous

Location: Mongolia

From the Barun Goyot formation


Santanadactylus pricei skeleton in matrix

Santanadactylus pricei skeleton in matrix

Santanadactylus pricei Articulated in matrix Santandactylus (meaning "Santana Formation wing") was a genus of pterodactyloid pterosaur from the Aptian-age Romualdo Member of the Lower Cretaceous Santana Formation, of Barra do Jardim, Araripe Plateau, CearŠ Province, Brazil. Four species have been named. It was a large, long-necked pterosaur, with a relatively short snout, with teeth.

This specimen measures 43Ē and is housed in the Wyoming Dinosaur Center

Discovered in the Santana Formation, Brazil

Plaque Mount,

Resin cast $950 Sale $925

Sloth skull

Sloth Skull
Scientific name: Catonyx tarijensis
Pleistocene,Discovered in Bolivia
Skull with base 18"

Sloth Skull, Glossotherium chapadmalensis
Discovered in Florida, USA
Mid Pliocene, 17"

Stegosaurus (Hesperosaur) skeleton

Stegosaurus - Hesperosaurus skeleton mount

Full size mounted stegosaurus skeleton mount.


Stegosaurus skeleton

Stegosaurus stenops skeleton panel cast. This wonderful Jurassic skeleton panel measures approximately 15 x 8 feet and is cast in the finest materials, and is available for both display $13,000 or $6,995 for a playground version. Both are beautiful, but the first is more suitable for professional display.

Stegosaurus skull #1 Stegosaurus stenops skull (the finest known); Jurassic; 13 x 7 x 6 inches; $700

Stegosaurus skull cast #2

Stegosaurus skull cast

Full size Stegosaurus Skull cast replica

Size 18"

Competitor price $350 Our price $220

Stegosaurus plate

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Stegosaurus Plate with base, 23.75",

Age: Cretaceous

Discovered in Mesa County, Western Colorado at the Morrison Formation


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Stegosaurus Dorsal (back) Plate

with base, 18.5",


Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

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Therizinosaur skeleton Falcarius utahensis

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Therizinosaur skeleton

Scientific Name: Falcarius utahensis

Location: Utah, USA

Cedar Mountain Formation

Age: Early Cretaceous

Complete mount, $16,000

Kit, $9,500

Skull also available separately.

T-rex - See Tyrannosaurus (lower on this page)

Tarbosaurus fossil skeleton

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Authentic fossil Tarbosaurus Battaar skeleton.

This amazing fossil skeleton measures 720cm long, and 375cm high.

Discovered in Mongolia. Some restoration on right side of jaw, and also some toe bones.


TARBOSAURUS bataar skeleton

TARBOSAURUS bataar ("Alarming reptile from Bataar")

Classification: THEROPODA; Carnosauria; Tyrannosauridae

Late Cretaceous (Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian), Nemegt Formation

Locality: Gobi Desert, Southern Peoples' Republic of Mongolia

Size: 900cm (over 29 ft) in length

Price $76,910 USD Delivered

Tarbosaurus skull cast replica

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Tarbosaurus skull replica

Size: 130cm (4 1/2 ft) in length

Price: $7,000

Tarbosaurus skull cast (large)

Tarbosaurus skull (large) with stand.

Size 24 x 37 x 14 (weight 75 pounds) with base.

Discovered in Mongolia.

Was $2,600 Now $2,500

(competitor price $3,200)

Tarbosaurus Skull Cast (small)

Tarbosaurus Skull cast (small) w/base, 20 x 30 x 10," (30 lbs)

Scientific Name: Tarbosaurus bataar

Discovered in Mongolia in the Nemegt formation.

Late Cretaceous

Tarbosaurus, meaning 'Terror Lizard' (from the Greek tarbos meaning 'fright', 'alarm', 'terror' (interestingly it can also mean 'awe' or 'reverence') and saurus meaning 'lizard'),

Some scientists consider Tarbosaurus bataar from Asia to represent a second species of Tyrannosaurus, while others maintain Tarbosaurus as a separate genus.

Competitor price $1,950 Our price $1,800

Tarbosaurus Jaw

Large jaw, Was $700 Our price $680

Medium Tarbosaurus jaw (34.5") was $550 Now $525 Tarbosaurus Jaw

Scientific Name: Tarbosaurus bataar

Discovered in Mongolia in the Nemegt formation.

Age: Late Cretaceous

Tarbosaurus foot

Tarbosaurus Foot with base, 23.5", $575

Left foot with base (pictured), 23.5", $650

Right foot with base and pathology also available, 23.5",

Was $650 Now $625

Tarbosaurus toe (pathological)

Tarbosaurus toe (pathological)

Was $65 Now $60

Triceratops skull - REAL FOSSIL SKULL

Triceratops skull. This is a real fossil not a replica.

Full size adult triceratops skull. Measures over 7 feet in length.

Located in the U.S.


Please email us at: taylormadefossils@yahoo.com or call (314) 503-9750 for more details.

Triceratops Skull plaque

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Triceratops Skull plaque

This Triceratops skull has been mounted in a 3D profile view much like it might have appeared in death. This type of mount allows it to be hung on a wall.

If space is an issue in your museum or collection this is a great way to finally own your own Triceratops skull. The panel is make of resin and fiberglass. It is 72 inches long, inches 42 wide and 12 inches in relief.

Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

Triceratops (Baby) Replicas

Baby Triceratops Replicas Available

In 2006 near Jordan, Montana, a triceratops quarry was discovered. The quarry contained a sub-adult triceratops partial skull and skeleton, and elements from a baby triceratops. The first two elements from the baby that were found were the left humerus and the right dentary. The humerus (6.25" long) was complete and dentary was 50% complete. As preparation continued on the sub-adult material, the left dentary was discovered! This one was complete, allowing for the length of the dentary to be known (5.25 inches)! With the left one found complete, the right one could be reconstructed.

Now, these very rare and unique replicas are available. Each dentary has a tooth in it. This is truly a unique set of replicas. With these elements, it can be estimated how big the triceratops was. It is guessed to be under 3 feet long, with a skull less than 12 inches!

They were found near Jordan, Montana and in the world famous Hell Creek Formation. This formation is upper cretaceous.

The first Tyrannosaurus rex was collected within 100 miles of the site by Barnum brown over 100 years ago.

Price $110 (call for discounted price)

Triceratops Brow Horn

Like antlers and horns on modern day mammals, Triceratops horns were probably used more for show (and thus mate selection) than for defense. But if you would rather forget we said that and instead reminisce on the more romantic "T. rex versus Triceratops" concept, we'll understand. And its important to remember that much speculation goes into recreating the life of dinosaurs so Triceratops may have indeed defended itself with those massive, reinforced horns.

Triceratops of course had three horns, two on it's brow and another smaller horn behind itís snout. When you hold these giant bones in your hands, consider that only the inner cores are preserved as fossils. In life, these structures would have been sheathed in a hard, shiny horn. Truly this was an awesome tool for one incredible dinosaur.

Triceratops Brow Horn

Measures 22" Long

Resin cast: $70



EXTREMELY RARE MUSEUM QUALITY T - REX juvenile Tyrannosaurus Rex partial skull fossil with rib in matrix! This is not a cast or replica. Here is your once in a life time chance to own a real T-rex skull.

From the Hell Creek Formation of South Dakota !! Upper Cretaceous Period showing superb detail and preservation with 12 teeth. Skull measures 21" x 9" and entire specimen measures 29" x 17".

Also included is a second block with 3 vertebra and a partial rib from this rex. The verts show the cell structure confirming this Juvenile rex. The block with the verts and rib section is 14" x 12" Of the 38 known rex finds (a rex find is considered to be greater than 10% of the skeleton) juveniles and young adults are the rarest.

Asking price $295,000 (or best offer)

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Tyrannosaurus Rex " Harley" fossil skull
Tyrannosaurus Rex " Harley" fossil skull

This cast replica comes from the Cretaceous Hell Creek formation, Jordan, Montana.

The original is in Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History specimen.

Resin cast measures 53x35x40in


Tyrannosaurus rex (skull & jaws)

Tyrannosaurus rex (skull & jaws)

Life size (1:1 scale) complete skull with mandible included. You won't find a better price on a replica T-rex skull anywhere. We will match anyone's price.

Tyrannosaurus rex (skull & jaws)

Resin 50 x 36 x 36 inches

$3200 plus shipping

Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

Tyrannosaurus rex Life-Size Skull Sculpture

Resin Sculpture

The quality and detail of this sculpture is superb. While not as scientifically accurate as a cast, the quality and attention to detail is wonderfully executed. In addition to it's impressive appearance as an exhibit (or the ultimate conversation piece), this skull makes an excellent educational tool.

51 x 38.75 in (Life Size)


T-rex (Tyrannosauripus) Footprint cast replica #1

Tyrannosauripus pillmorei footprint cast replica.

Discovered in Cimarron, New Mexico, USA in the Raton Formation.

Cast measures 30.5 x 36.5"

T- rex Track, positive cast $599

Negative cast also available, $599

T-Rex Brain Cast Description T-Rex Brain Cast

T-Rex Brain Cast Description T-Rex Brain Cast

This is an impression from the skull cavity of this Carnosaur of the late Cretaceous of North America. the T.rex brain shows evidence of a keen sense of smell. sight and hearing. All aspects of a highly developed predator.

Resin Cast is 7.5" long.


T.rex hand cast replica with pinky claw

Tyrannosaurus rex (hand) cast replica. This is the right hand of a newly discovered specimen named "Hank". Hank was found in the upper Cretaceous rocks of northern Montana's Hell Creek Formation. T.rex is widely known to have 2 fingers - but this specimen had 3! The third is a pinky.

Cast in solid resin and measuring 10 inches long


T.rex (Trex) vertebra cast replica

Tyrannosaurus rex, vertebra

hollow resin

Measures 9 inches diameter 6 inches thick


T.rex Ribs cast replica

Tyrannosaurus rex, rib from a new T-rex discovery in Montana.

This cast is made of solid resin and measures 28.5x14 inches

$100 each (1 left and 1 right rib available)

T.rex Humerus and Femur

Tyrannosaurus rex, humerus

This cast is made of solid resin
It measures 14 inches long

Tyrannosaurus rex (Hank), femur. This massive femur comes from a new T.rex skeleton named "Hank"

It is made of resin & fiberglass.

Femur measures 52.5 inches long $500

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Utahraptor foot with base

Utahraptor foot with base This foot measures 12" and is cast in the finest resin

. Scientific Name: Utahraptor ostrommaysorum.

Discovered in Grand County, Eastern Utah, USA in the Cedar Mountain Formation.

Age: Early Cretaceous.

Resin cast $250

Utahraptor finger 3rd digit, measures 12",

Utahraptor ostrommaysorum

Origianal discovered in Grand County, Eastern Utah, USA in the Cedar Mountain Formation.

Age: Early Cretaceous,

Original housed in BYU

Resin cast $22

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Velociraptor Skull

Velociraptor Skull cast from original skull.

Scientific Name: Velociraptor mongoliensis

Discovered in Mongolia in the Djochta formation.

Age: Late Cretaceous.

Skull with base, 4 x 9 x 3" (3 lbs)

Was $250 Now $225

Velociraptor mongoliensis skeleton

Velociraptor mongoliensis skeleton

Velociraptor mongoliensis

Late Cretaceous. Discovered at the Djadochta Formation of Mongolia

Velociraptor mongoliensis

Measurements: 5' 9" long

Specimen: Private

Assembled Mount, $5,900

Unassembled Kit, $3,000

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Velociraptor reconstruction

VELOCIRAPTOR mongoliensis life-size reconstruction.

Meaning of Name: "Speedy predator"

THEROPODA; Dromaeosauridae

Late Cretaceous (Campanian), Djadokhta Formation.

Size: 250cm long

Fleshed Models are sculpted using all available reference material to achieve accurate interpretations. Models are cast in durable fiberglass and can be painted to customers preferred colors scheme


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Xiphactinus (Xiphanctinus) audax

Xiphactinus audax (from Latin and Greek for "audacious sword-ray") was a large, 4.5 to 5 m (15 to 20 feet) long predatory bony fish that lived in the Niobraran Sea, in what is now North America, during the Late Cretaceous. A junior synonym of the species is Portheus molossus.

Xiphactinus fish,

Scientific Name: Xiphanctinus audax

This specimen was discovered in Kansas, USA in the Niobrara Formation.

From the Late Cretaceous,

Resin cast measures 29.5 x 27,"


Skeletal remains of Xiphactinus have come from Kansas, Alabama, and Georgia.

Xiphactinus Head Plaque Mount

Resin cast $175

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Zuniceratops skeleton

Skeleton measures: 9 feet long

Specimen: Mesa Southwest Museum, Mesa, AZ

Assembled skeleton Mount, $17,000 (sale: $16,900)

Resin cast: Unassembled skeleton $9,800 (sale: $9,600)

Zuniceratops Skeleton (ZOO-nee-SAIR-ah-tops) meaning 'Zuni-horned face'. Cretaceous. Moreno Hill Formation of Catron County, New Mexico, USA

Zuniceratops christopheri is named for 8 year old Christopher James Wolfe, son of paleontologist Douglas G. Wolfe, who discovered the dinosaur in 1996, in the Moreno Hill Formation in west-central New Mexico.

Cast color and articulation may vary slightly.

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