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Triceratops skeleton cast replica #1

Triceratops skeleton cast replica #1

Skeleton measures 21 feet long by 8 feet high (6.4m l x 2.4m h)

$75,000 (plus crating and shipping).

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Triceratops skeleton cast replica

Triceratops skeleton cast replica

Length of running pose: 20 ft (6.1 m); height of vertebral column: 8 ft 4 in (2.5 m); width of chest: 73 in (185 cm)

$80,000 (plus crating and shipping).

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Triceratops skull cast replica.

Triceratops skull cast replica.

Molded from one of the finest Triceratops fossil skulls ever found.

This skull cast measures 6 ft long by 5 foot wide by 4 foot high (not including the height of the stand).

$8,400 (plus shipping).

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Triceratops skull cast replica. (item BHI #126847)

Triceratops skull cast replica.

Measures 83 in Long.

$8,500 (plus $550 crating)

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The crate dimensions are 85" X 41" x 62"H and weight is 657 pounds.

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Triceratops skull cast replica. (item BHI #126407)
Triceratops skull cast replica. (item BHI #126407)

Late Cretaceous - Maastrichtian

Discovered in the Hell Creek Formation of Harding County, South Dakota, USA

Original specimen discovered and collected by Steve Sacrison and prepared by BHIGR.

Please contact us for an estimate on a delivery date. We do not keep this item stocked - it is created when an order has been placed. Delivery may be contingent upon production schedule.

Approx. 5.5 ft (1.7m) long, 4 ft (1.2 m) wide

Purchase price: $7,500.00

Crate construction and packing is an additional $425.00

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This herbivore may have had a dual use for its three horns and large bony frill. Undoubtedly helpful in protecting the animal from its predators like T. rex, its horns may also have been used for uprooting trees, and its frill for extra protection as the trees fell. Its powerful jaws and very coarse teeth would then vertically slice and powerfully pulverize, whole trees.

Cast from most complete disarticulated original sub-adult Triceratops skulls ever prepared! One of the beneficial aspects of disarticulated skull bones is that they retain their original shape, which makes a more "true to life" representation. What a wonderful emissary this piece will make to greet guests in a children's museum, as a part of a larger display with a T. rex and other skulls, or with other full mounts!

Lease Info: This item is leasable at 10% of listed price per month, or as part of a complete package of dinosaurs. See our DinosaurRentals.com page for more details.



Triceratops skull - REAL Triceratops 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.

$150,000. I will gladly send more pictures if needed.

WE have other Triceratops skulls and skeletons available also.

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Triceratops skull cast replica

Triceratops skull cast replica (our most economic skull)

$4,500 (plus crating and shipping).

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Triceratops skull and skeleton

Triceratops skull (and/or) skeleton. We have several skulls and skeletons of Triceratops for sale. We will beat any price! Please inquire. You can purchase the skull alone or with a skeleton.

Triceratops skeleton for sale. We have many real Triceratops skeletons available for sale. They range in quality and price. Let us know what you are looking for email us for pictures and more information.

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Triceratops statue

Triceratops statue.

This fiberglass dinosaur statue is now available.

Statues are finished with a protective topcoat suitable for outdoor use.

Price is $4,995 plus shipping.

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Triceratops brow horn

Very Nice Beautiful Tip 19" Triceratops Brow Horn

Species: Triceratops horridus

Period: Cretaceous
Geologic strata: Hell Creek formation

Item Location: Discovered in NW, S Dakota

Triceratops 19" Brow Horn and about 17" diameter at base.

This horn has it all with a perfect sharp tip, nice connection area break off. An underground find with beautiful brown color.

It is thought to be a large juvenile that lost its life to a T-rex or other predator. Of unknown age, it did not make it to maturity.

Price: Original fossil: $1,995 (SOLD)

Cast replicas now available.

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Triceratops horridus Dentary - Fossil Replica (BHI #126644)

Triceratops horridus Dentary - Fossil Replica (BHI #126644)

Approx. 24 in (61 cm) long

$600 cast only.

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$650 cast with stand (plus shipping).

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Triceratops Skull plaque

Triceratops Skull plaque cast: $1,200 (plus shipping)

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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 made of resin and fiberglass. It is 72 inches long, inches 42 wide and 12 inches in relief.

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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.

Resin cast: $110 jaw

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Triceratops baby horn replica

This baby Triceratops supraorbital (above the eye) horn replica is the smallest known horn from a Triceratops that has been identified to date.

This is a wonderful replica to display all by itself, or obtain it for size comparisons between adult, juvenile, and baby.

Discovered in the Hell Creek Formation, Harding County, South Dakota.

This ships with an I.D. label, or you can choose the mounted version - on an attractive acrylic base with label.

Size Approx. 7.5 cm (3 in) in length

Price: $25.00

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Triceratops Juvenile Triceratops Dinosaur nose horn

juvenile nose horn to a Triceratops Dinosaur. no restoration.

Cretaceous

Species; Triceratops.

Formation; Hell Creek

Location; North of Baker Montana

Size Approx. ___ in length

Original fossil: $295

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Triceratops Brow Horn

Triceratops horridus brow horn with base.

Discovered in Wyoming, USA

From the Lance Formation.

Late Cretaceous.

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Triceratops horn measures 28"

Resin cast $225 (plus shipping)

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Triceratops Brow Horn cast replica #2 (item #M26)
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 it's 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: $80.00 (plus shipping)

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Triceratops horns cast replica - Double horns! (item #M27)
Triceratopps long double brow horns. This pair of triceratops horns come from the quadruped plant-eater of the late Cretaceous of North America.

Horns measure 22" long and 13.5" in between the two tips.

$115.00

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Triceratops Nose Horn cast #2

Just cast! This new find of a Triceratops Nose Horn is exceptional in detail.

Triceratops Nasal Horn Core Replica

This is the cast of a Triceratops Nasal Horn Core. This horn core was found on the surface and the tip is in perfect condition. This is one of the best nasal horn cores we have ever seen to be collected on the surface.

Composition: Solid plastic resin

Finish: Hand painted with acrylic clear coat

Was $195 Sale: $185 (plus shipping)

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Triceratops resin cast replica horn core measures:
8.5" tall, 8" long and 3" wide at the base.



Triceratops foot cast replica

Triceratops foot cast replica.

Molded from original fossils discovered in Garfield County, Montana, Hell Creek Formation. This is the complete hind (rear) foot).

Length: 0.8 meters

This is an awesome specimen. All of the phalanges were found and the unguals, the metatarsals, and the tibia and fibula.

$1,200 for the complete foot from the metatarsals down.

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Triceratops horridus fossil rib

X-Large 26" Triceratops Rib with flange Species: Triceratops horridus

Species description: Large 11 ton herbivore with frill around 6.5 ft head and 1 nose horn with 2 Brow Horns off frill.

Cretaceous

Geologic strata: Hell Creek formation

Location: Buffalo, South Dakota

This is a large Triceratops rib bone with flange. It measures 28" long with a nice brown color. This was an underground find. Found in 3 pieces and glued back to fit perfectly. This is a very nice representation of a Triceratops and a must for top collectors at great price.

Price reduced: US $299



Triceratops horridus skin and frill cast replica (item #RF007)

Triceratops skin and frill cast replica. This cast is a great example of dinosaur skin. From a specimen of Triceratops horridus. The full cast measures: 10.6x5.6in. 268x142mm/ , the skin fragment portion of cast measures: 1.1x.7in (29X17mm).

Price: US $50.00 (plus shipping)

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Real Fossil Triceratops teeth.

Real Fossil Triceratops teeth.

These are not replicas - but real fossil teeth from a Triceratops.

We have approx 20 available.

Price is $20 each for the small teeth or $40 for the large teeth. Shipping cost is $2.

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Triceratops tooth cast replica. (item #T34)

Triceratops horridus tooth cast replica. Measures 35mm/1.4in.

Late Ctreaceous.

The original fossil was discovered in Hell Creek, South Dakota.

$7 (plus $2 shipping)

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Triceratops femur cast with bite marks

Triceratops Bitten Femur cast replica.

The famous "Rex Biscuit", a Triceratops femur with more than 100 bite and scratch marks from a large carnivore.

This is an amazing specimen! Not only would it make an excellent addition to any collection, it provides a wealth of educational opportunities. This Triceratops femur dates from the late Cretaceous period. Major bite marks from a large carnivore, such as a T-rex, are readily apparent forming opposed punctures on both sides of the specimen.

In addition to the major bite marks, the femur is riddled with over one hundred smaller bites and scratches. Possibly illustrating parental behavior, the smaller bites and scratches could have been made by the offspring of the larger carnivore. Alternatively, the scratches and smaller bites could tell the story of scavenging in the late Cretaceous.

Triceratops femur cast measures 42" long.

$1,700 (plus shipping)

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Triceratops fossil: Giant Triceratops toe (metatarsal)
Gigantic Triceratops Metatarsal Fossil. Measures 15" Long Found by Top Dino Hunter - and the man who found Stan the T.rex

Species: Triceratops horridus

Discovered in Hell Creek formation

Item Location: Buffalo, South Dakota

Large 15" x 6" wide Triceratops Metatarsal - This was found by the dinosaur hunter who found the T-rex Stan. Imagine an animal this big that can have such a large bone just on the foot alone. This piece is extra super in color, shape, length and bone texture and quality. Not too many people have seen this large of a foot bone from any dinosaur. The original fossil had only 10% restoration on the largest end.

The original sold for $495

Cast replica now available. Please email us for more information.

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Triceratops horridus Pes Ungual Fossil Replica (item #BHI 126412)
Triceratops horridus

The terminal phalange on each toe is an ungual, a spade shaped bone, which probably would have had a keratin sheath. This ungual replica is probably from an adult Triceratops, and is from the left foot.

Original fossil discovered in Hell Creek Formation, Montana

Cast Ships in a white gift box with an I.D. label.
Size: Approx. 9cm X 7.5cm (3.5 in X 3 in) long

Price: US $30 (plus shipping)

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Triceratops horridus Pes (foot) Ungual, shown with the optional acrylic base.

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Triceratops skull 1/10 Scale

Triceratops skull 1/10 Scale

Polyresin Model

9.4 in. Long x 8.5 in. High

Triceratops Favorites model skull

$84 (plus shipping)

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Triceratops skeleton model
Triceratops skeleton model

This 1/20 scale model Triceratops skeleton was created using the latest scientific knowledge. Fine details allow for careful study of this very large and popular Cretaceous ceratopsian dinosaur. Favorite Collection dinosaur skeletons are the perfect gift to indulge your favorite dinosaur enthusiast (even if that person happens to be you).

Great displayed with other skeletons or as a comprehensive Triceratoips exhibit by combining this intricate skeleton with the Triceratops Desktop Model, Trcic Signature Series Model, Skull, and/or maybe even an Tyrannosaurus rex

Presented on a wooden base with a brass ID plate and cast in poly-resin for detail, painted with acrylic resin for durability.

Triceratops skeleton measures 50cm x 20.5cm (19.7 in x 8.1 in)

$426.00 (Currently out of stock)



Triceratops poster #1
An all time favorite - Triceratops

100 pounded coated paper

Measures 24x36 inches

$15 plus shipping

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Triceratops poster #2

Triceratops poster #2

Skeletal anatomy and information.

Poster measures: 26.75 x38.5 inches

$16 plus shipping
Temp. out of stock

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Casts of the following Ceratopsian dinosaurs are also available. Please contact us for pictures and prices.

Achelousurus Return to Top of page

Achelousaurus horneri - Skull cast

Avaceratops Return to Top of page

Avaceratops lammersi - Skull cast

Bagaceratops Return to Top of page



Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi skull cast replica

Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi (Bag-a-CER-a-tops) whose name means 'Small horned face' was discovered in Khermin Tsav, Gobi Desert, Southern Mongolia

Late Cretaceous (Campanian), Barun Goyot Formation
Adults of this species grew up to 1 metre long (3.28 feet)
Classification: Ceratopsia: Neoceratopsia; Protoceratopsidae

This specimen of Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi is one of the smallest skulls known of a dinosaur. The large orbits suggest it was a juvenile. Related to Protoceratops andrewsi, this protoceratopsian was somewhat smaller, the skulls of the adults never exceeding 25 cm (9.8 in) in size.

A bony knob on the face, a precursor for the well-developed horns of the larger ceratopsians, was more prominent than that in Protoceratops andrewsi, but the frill was less elaborately developed. So, in one feature Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi was more advanced than Protoceratops andrewsi but in others, more primitive. It possessed a mixture of advanced and primitive characteristics.

As with other neoceratopsians, Bagaceratops had a sharp beak at the front of the jaws and a row of leaf shaped teeth behind. Below each tooth that erupted along the edge of the jaw was a waiting line of unworn teeth under the 'gums' so that these little dinosaurs were able to feed on very tough vegetation without wearing out their tooth supply.

Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi dinosaur skull cast replica $105 (plus shipping)

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Centrosaurus apertus - Skull cast



Centrosaur skull cast replica dinosaur
Newly discovered Centrosaur skull, with stand cast replica.

Location: Southern Utah, USA

Late Cretaceous

Formation: Kaiparowits

Dimensions: 60 X 40

Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History

$6,500 (plus crating and shipping)

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Chasmosaur skeleton cast

Chasmosaur Belli Skeleton replica

Mounted and crated.

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

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

Resin cast $24,600

$17,500 unassembled

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Chasmosaur skull cast

Chasmosaur Belli Skull cast replica

Skull cast measures:

84 inches (2.1 meters) long.

46 inches (1.2 meters) top frill width. $3,465 (plus crating and shipping). Crate cost $250 (crate size 84x48x35, 280 lbs). Shipping cost based on shipping address.

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Coahuilaceratops Skull cast replica
Coahuilaceratops Skull cast replica

Scientific Name: Coahuilaceratops magnacuerna

Location: Coahuila Mexico

Formation: Cerro del pueblo

Cretaceous

Measures 7 feet Long

Specimen: Museo Del Desierto

$6,800 (plus crating and shipping)

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Diabloceratops eatoni Ceratopsian Dinosaur skull (Wahweap formation) Diabloceratops cast reproduction

Here is a cast skull from a newly discovered and recently described Ceratopsian dinosaur from the Wahweap formation of Southern Utah (USA). It has just been given it's official name: Diabloceratops eatoni

It has also been called the "Last Chance Ceratopsian".

This beautiful and ornate long-horned centrosaurine is cast in the finest resin, and measures 54 inches long, 28 inches wide at horn tips and 40 inches tall.

The depth of the skull is 41"(measured from nose to back edge of the skull) the diagonal length/depth of the skull is 53"(measured diagonally from horn tip to nose) The height of the skull w/o jaw is 38" with the jaw you may want to allow 44" or more, but this will vary with the jaw position.

This unusual dinosaur has many features never before seen in other ceratopsian dinosaurs.

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Early Campanian

We ship anywhere in the world.

Because of it's large size this skull will have to be shipped in a crate. Crate will measure aprox 64x33x33" and weigh aprox 175 pounds. Shipping in the U.S. is aprox. $200 to 400 or less. Shipping outside the U.S. will be more.

Diabloceratops Resin cast $3,885 painted with stand.

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$3,600 unpainted, unassembled without stand.

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Einiosaurus procurvicornis
Einiosaurus procurvicornis - Skull cast replica and real skulls and skeletons available

Medium Einiosaurus skull cast replica

Measures approx 48"

$4,800

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Einiosaurus adult skull cast replica

Einiosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur and grew to 6 m (19.8 ft) in length. It is typically portrayed with a low, strongly forward-curving nasal horn that resembles a bottle opener, though this may only occur in some adults it is clearly displayed here in this beautiful adult female skull.

This skull is currently being molded by Taylor Made Fossils and will be available for purchase soon.

The adult female Einiosaurus skull measures: __

Einiosaurus skull cast replica: $8,500

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Einiosaurus juvenile skull cast replica

Einiosaurus : Baby / Juvenile Einiosaurus

Einiosaurus is a medium-sized centrosaurine ("short-frilled") ceratopsian from the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian stage) of northwestern Montana. The name means 'buffalo lizard', in a combination of Blackfeet Indian and Latinized Ancient Greek and the specific name (E. procurvicornis) means 'forward-curving horn' in Latin and Ancient Greek.

Einiosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur and grew to 6 m (19.8 ft) in length. It is typically portrayed with a low, strongly forward-curving nasal horn that resembles a bottle opener, though this may only occur in some adults, and as seen in this photo has not yet curved in this individual.

Supraorbital (over-the-eye) horns are low and rounded if present at all, as opposed to ceratopsids with prominent supraorbital horns such as Triceratops. A pair of large spikes projects backwards from the relatively small frill.

We offer here the first and only skull cast of a juvenile Einiosaurus .

The skull is currently being molded by Taylor Made Fossils and will be available for purchase (please inquire).

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Montanoceratops Return to Top of page

Montanoceratops cerorhynchus - Skull cast

Protoceratops Return to Top of page

Protoceratops andrewsi - Skull cast

Protoceratops andrewsi - skeleton cast

Protoceratops Juvenile Skull Cast

Protoceratops Juvenile Skull Cast


Protoceratops Juvenile Skull Cast

A beautiful cast of a Protoceratops andrewsi juvenile skull from Mongolia.

This cast measures 11" long, 5" wide, and 8" high (on base) / 5 1/2" high off base.

Weight: Aprox 3 pounds (prior to packaging)

$150 Sale: $145 base included.

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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

Resin cast: $375 Sale: $365

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Protoceratops Skull (medium) with base

Protoceratops Skull cast (medium) with 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

Late Cretaceous

A great companion to our other protoceratops skulls and skeletons.

Resin cast: Was $475 Now $465

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Protoceratops Skull Cast

Protoceratops Skull Cast (large)

Protoceratops Skull (large)

Protoceratops andrewsi from Mongolia

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

Resin cast Was $675 Now $665

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

Ceratopsian Skeleton:

Measurements: 6 feet long

Speciment: Private

Resin cast: Assembled Mount $5,800

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Resin cast: Unassembled Kit $3,500 (shipping dimensions for kit: 21x26x30 box. 40lbs)

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Styracosaurus Return to Top of page

Styracosaurus albertensis - Skull cast

Triceratops horridus - skeleton cast

Triceratops horridus - Skull cast

Triceratops horridus - skeleton cast

Triceratops prorsus - skeleton cast

Triceratops prorsus - Skull cast

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Utahceratops skull cast replica
Utahceratops skull cast replica

Scientific Name: Utahceratops gettyi

Molded from original fossils found in Utah, USA

Formation: Kaiparowits

Cretaceous

Skull measures 7.5' Long

Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History

$6,900 plus crating and shipping

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Utahceratops skeleton cast replica
Utahceratops skeleton cast replica.

Scientific Name: Utahceratops gettyi

Location: Utah, USA

Formation: Kaiparowits

Cretaceous

Skeleton measures: 16' Long

Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History

$55,000 (plus shipping)

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Zuniceratops skull cast replica
Zuniceratops skull cast replica

Scientific Name: Zuniceratops christopheri

Location: Catron County, New Mexico, USA

Formation: Moreno Hill

Age:

Skull cast measures: 37"Lx25"W

Specimen: Mesa Southwest Museum, Mesa, AZ

$2,200 (plus shipping)

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Zuniceratops skeleton

Skeleton measures: 9 feet long

Specimen: Mesa Southwest Museum, Mesa, AZ

Resin cast: Assembled skeleton Mount, $19,500

Resin cast: Unassembled skeleton $13,000

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.

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Taylor Made Fossils

We provide excellent Dinosaur fossils and cast replicas to museums, universities and collectors. We ship anywhere in the world and accept checks, money orders, credit cards, paypal and purchase orders. Payment plans and escrow are also available on some items. All items are cast in the best resins available. Colors may vary.

If we don't have it we will find it for you (often for less than our competitors)! We can find real fossils or replicas and get you the lowest price anywhere. Do you have something you'd like to sell? We can help by listing it here at no cost to you.

For ordering information please contact:

Taylor Made Fossils
1550 Irving Avenue
Saint Louis, Missouri 63133 USA
(314) 503-9750
We are open 24 hours. Call anytime day or night

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