Dinosaurs

Albertausurus

TOOTH

Albertosaurus was smaller than some other tyrannosaurids, Typical Albertosaurus adults measured up to 9 m (30 ft) long, while rare individuals of great age could grow to be over 10 metres (33 feet) long. an adult Albertosaurus weighed between 1.3 tonnes and 2.5 tonnes (2.8 tons). In 2016 Molina-Pérez and Larramendi estimated the (CMN 5600) specimen at 9.7 meters (32 ft) and 4 tonnes (4.4 short tons).
Solid tooth with no repair 5.5 cm long with visible serrations on one side. late Cretaceous found Judith river formation, Montana USA.

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Albertausurus

CLAW

67 mill year old late Cretaceous claw from Montana warn with almost no serrations however a good claw from one of the most dangerous dinosaurs out there. No repair of any kind with feeding ware on the tip. Claw 3.5 cm

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Albertosaurus

PARTIAL RIB

Alertosaururs partial rib, Small section only 8 x 3cm's a nice solid rib end section from Montana USA late Cretaceous

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Alectrosaurus

SECTION OF RIB

Small section of a rib, 83 mill years old late Cretaceous from Mongolia (rare item and difficult to get). Alectrosaurus  meaning "alone lizard" is a genus of tyrannosauroid theropod dinosaur that lived in Asia during the Late Cretaceous period. It was a medium-sized, moderately-built, ground-dwelling, bipedal carnivore, with a body shape similar to its much larger advanced relative

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Anklylosaurus

TOOTH

Ankylosaurus is  between 6 and 8 metres (20 and 26 ft) long and to have weighed between 4.8 and 8 tonnes (4.7 and 7.9 long tons). It was quadrupedal, with a broad, robust body. It had a wide, low skull, with two horns pointing backward from the back of the head, and two horns below these that pointed backward and down. Unlike other ankylosaurs, its nostrils faced sideways rather than towards the front. The front part of the jaws was covered in a beak, with rows of small, leaf-shaped teeth farther behind it. It was covered in armor plates, or osteoderms, with bony half-rings covering the neck, and had a large club on the end of its tail. Bones in the skull and other parts of the body were fused, increasing their strength, and this feature is the source of the genus name. Tooth 1.5cms

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Anklylosaurus

SCUTE

Fine quality complete scute with great shape, ungulations and patten with only crack fills. While small it rare. Rare body scute 2.5 x 2 inch

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Anklylosaurus

OSTEODERM OR ARMOR SPIKE

Fantastic example of an Ankylosaur spike 11cms high still partially in the matrix with no restoration or filling of any kind est 70 million years old (Red deer river, Alberta, Canada.

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Anklylosaurus

VERTEBRAE

Low grade vert polished on one side to see the bone structure, still having the matrix in the middle 80 million years old. Vert 7.5 x 7.5 Hell Creek USA

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Argentinosaurus

EGG SHELL

Argentinosaurus is one of the largest-known land animals of all time, if not the largest, with length estimates ranging from 30 to 39.7 metres (98 to 130 ft) and weight estimates from 50 to 100 tonnes (55 to 110 short tons). It was a member of Titanosauria, the dominant group of sauropods during the Cretaceous period.  Egg Shell 2.75 x 2 cms

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Bahariasaurus

TOOTH

North African Biscuit colour stable tooth with ware however a solid tooth 5.5cms long late cretaceous 95 - 109 million years old. Tooth 5.5cms

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Carcharodontosaurus

TOOTH

This tooth is in good condition with only minor restoration.  A classic sabre shaped cutting tooth, once able to tear through flesh, achieving mortal wounds. Teeth 3.5 inch curved tooth

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Carcharodontosaurus

TOOTH

Robust proportions for the size of this anterior positioned tooth and in a good stable fossilised condition, some repair. Teeth 3 inch straight tooth (late Cretaceous Morocco)

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Carcharodontosaurus

VERT

Small vert with processes, clean and matrix free. Vert 4 inch x 2.5 late Cretaceous Morocco

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Carcharodontosaurus

LIMB

Large complete limb, Carcharodontosaurus was a carnivore. It lived in the Cretaceous period and inhabited Africa. Its fossils have been found in places such as Illizi (Algeria), Tataouine (Tunisia) and El Bayadh (Algeria)

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Carcharodontosaurus

PARTIAL CLAW

3 inch wide and 3.25 long this partial claw is huge with some repair work late Cretaceous, Morocco

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Carcharodontosaurus

VERT'S

3 tail verts together (not from the same animal) free from matrix and clean solid verts late Cretaceous Morocco

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Carcharodontosaurus

LIMB END

Small juvenile animal with the end of the limb.  Juvenile limb end 6 inches long. late Cretaceous Morocco

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Ceratopsain

FRILL SECTION

Small but thick section of the frill, Montana USA (late Cretaceous)

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Cetiosaurus

LIMB END

This is a large end of limb section 9 inch high by 7 inch at the widest point Oxford clay UK (Mid Jurassic) large Sauropod Herbivore

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Daspletosaurus

TOOTH

a genus of tyrannosaurid dinosaur that lived in western North America between about 77 and 74 million years ago, during the Late Cretaceous Period. Large tooth 3 inch. Lance formation Weston county Wyoming USA

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Deltadromeus

LIMB

A large 17.5 inch limb cleaned on one side and still sandy matrix on the other. Deltadromeus (meaning "delta runner") is a genus of theropod dinosaur from Northern Africa. It had long, unusually slender hind limbs for its size, suggesting that it was a swift runner

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Deltadromeus

PARTIAL RIB

5 inch nice shaped rib North Africa late cretaceous

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Deltadromeus

CLAW

Small claw however in good condition and a good example of this Raptor North Africa (late Cretaceous)

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Dromaeosaurus

TEETH

Dromaeosaurus was a medium-sized carnivore, about 2 m (6.6 ft) in length and 15 kg (33 lb) in weight. Its mouth was full of sharp teeth, and it had a sharply curved "sickle claw" on each foot. It lived during the Campanian stage of the Late Cretaceous.

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Dromaeosaurus

TOE BONE

This is a clean toe bone with no restoration for this raptor, showing no compression for a 75 million year old fossil this is in a top condition. Hell Creek

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Dromaeosaurus

PART CLAW

Partial Claw Kem Kem beds south east Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Edmontosaurus

TOOTH

Edmontosaurus annectens tooth and bone in matrix. Upper cretaceous - Maastrichtian. A grade tooth. Lance creek formation Niobrara county, Wyoming USA

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Edmontosaurus

 CERVICAL VERTEBRAE WITH PROCESSES AND CANAL. 

Hadrosaur ( Edmontosaurus) Early CERVICAL Vertebrae with Processes and Canal. It is rare to find such quality verts and then being naturally articulated except one is unheard of for any animal. It has the canal throughout 3 of them. There is no restoration and only a few crack fills. Only one vert was glued on. I believe they are neck verts 1-4 as it appears to be due to smaller processes. 4 ARTICULATED CERVICAL Vertebrae w/ Canal & Processes. Hell creek formation Buffalo, S DAKOTA

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Edmontosaurus

JAW

A deep brown jaw section showing the tooth battery (no teeth in place) the ridges rate clear & the fossil has been stabilised so is solid. late Cretaceous

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Edmontosaurus

HAND & FINGER BONE

Edmontosaurus Hand Phalange and 3.5” Finger Phalange. hadrosaur Handbones(One a Fingerbone that is 3.5 “ long)and they are 100% Original. It is top notch premium bones that show little to no wear with onefound on surface and other dark Hell Creek Brown. Remember this is one bone of the hand including also one from the finger. Hell Creek Perkins County, Montana. Cretaceous period

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Saurolophus Hadrosaur

EGG

This egg is 5 inch across and well formed on a deep red matrix, good showing of the shell. Kaoguo Formation, Xixia Basin, Hunan Province, China

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Edmontosaurus

TOE

Complete Edmonosaurus toe bone this was never broken so no cracks or fills. It was an above ground find and good quality and no prep just cleaned off. All natural  Toe bone 3x3inch Edmonosauru duckbill . Hell creek formation, Glendive Montana

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Euoplocephalus

TOOTH

Small dark brown tooth with nice features and stable, no restoration, very nice tooth. Judith River Canada (late Cretaceous)

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Euoplocephalus

SCUTE

Large scute with a small break repaired, this has a nice raised line through the centre clearly showing that this was defensive Armor just under 5 inches at the longest point lovely shape and whole. Red deer river Alberta Canada (late Cretaceous)

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Gorgosaurus

TOOTH

Large toothy not top quality however nice and chunky. North America (late Cretaceous)

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Hypselosaurus

EGG SHELL

Egg shell Good clean example clear from matrix on both sides. France. (late Cretaceous)

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Hadrosaur

RIB

Hadrosaur Rib. Hell creek Dakota USA

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Theropod

RIB

Theropod  Rib. Hell creek Dakota USA. (late Cretaceous)

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Sauropod (Unknown)

TOOTH

Sauropod Tooth  (Unknown) Brighstone IOW (Cretaceous)

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Kritosaurus

CAUDAL VERTEBRAE CENTRUM

The rarest Hadrosaur around called Kritosaurus 1 Normal Caudal vert . This is complete and perfect. The caudal is a centrum . The   Caudal Vertebrae Centrum has only 1% restoration and a few crack fills and was found whole . It was whole with no breaks through it at all. Javelina Creek Ranch , Texas North America (Cretaceous)

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Kritosaurus

WHOLE FOOT HOOF

 This is top premium spectacular hoof. Javelina Creek Ranch , Texas North America. Cretaceous)

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Kritosaurus

TOOTH

Small broken tooth from this rare herbivore. Javelina Creek Ranch , Texas North America (Cretaceous)

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Lambeosaurus

LIMB END

Large limb end this was a crested hadrosaur with a beak resembling that of a duck's bill. Its forward-leaning, hollow, bony crest was as big or bigger than the rest of its skull. 10 x 6 inches limb end. Light brown with some compression cracks. Judith river formation Montana, USA

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Leptoceratops

TOOTH

The is a Triceratops like cousin, Leptoceratops are only known from a few teeth, While small the detail and design is distinctive these are very rare. Tooth is 100% natural. Hell creek formation, Brussett, north Montana close to the Canadian border (Cretaceous)

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Majungasaurus

TOOTH

Majungasaurus was a bipedal predator with a short snout. Although the forelimbs are not completely known, they were very short, while the hind limbs were longer and very stocky. It can be distinguished from other abelisauroids by its wider skull, the very rough texture and thickened bone on the top of its snout, and the single rounded horn on the roof of its skull, Mahajanga province Madagascar (Cretaceous)

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Megaloolithus sirugei

EGG SHELL

Egg shell from Burgos, Spain. (late Cretaceous)

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Nano Tyrannus lancensis

FEATURED ITEM

Nano Tyrannus lancensis or "Tiny Tyrant" Weighing one ton and reaching lengths of 17 feet. This is a 2cm solid tooth with serrations on one side and shows feeding ware. Hell creek formation, MT found in Powder river county USA

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Oviraptor

EGG SHELL

Cretaceous Oviraptor egg shell. Guandong province China. (late Cretaceous)

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Oviraptor

BONE

Small section from a fossil clean and solid fossil. China & USA

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Pachycephalosaurus

SKULL SPIKE OR KNOB

Nice  100% Original Skull Knob 
no restore or repair at all. The depth, length, bone quality, and structure are simply amazing. This exhibits bone patterns throughout while being a below ground find. Pachycephalosaurus 100% Original 1 ¾”. Carter County, Montana  USA

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Pachycephalosaurus

CLAW

Pachycephalosaurus was a bipedal herbivore with an extremely thick skull roof. The thick skull domes of Pachycephalosaurus and related genera gave rise to the hypothesis that pachycephalosaurs used their skulls in intra-species combat.Claw 1 /34inch. Carter County, Montana  USA. (Cretaceous)

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Pachycephalosaurus

VERT

Pachycephalosaurus was probably bipedal and was the largest of the pachycephalosaurid (bone-headed) dinosaurs. It has been estimated that Pachycephalosaurus was about 4.5 metres (14.8 ft) long and weighed about 450 kilograms, this is one of the lager verts from this animal a dark brown solid fossil with no restoration. County, Montana  USA. (Cretaceous)

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Pachycephalosaurus

TOOTH

These teeth were increasable small and hard to get. Carter County, Montana  USA

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Richardoestesia

TOOTH

This 1.5CMs tooth is a good tooth with a small piece missing near the root. Hell creek, Powder river county North America

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Rugops

TOOTH

Very clean and sturdy tooth with serrations intact, no restorationto this 2cm tooth. Albian, Cenomanian Africa (late Cretaceous)

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Sigilmassasaurus

VERT

Small but good sturdy tail vert 2.5CMs long. Morocco. (late Cretaceous)

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Sigilmassasaurus

VERT

Large good sturdy vert very special end vert 5 x 4.25 inches. Morocco

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Saltasaurus

EGG SHELL

Saltasaurus Egg shell. Allen formation Rio Negro Argentina (Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

TOOTH

3 inch tooth still partially in the matrix broken at the base (no root) very wide) Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

TEETH

Spinosaurus teeth whole and clean x4 One showing where it has been rubbing against another tooth in the jaw. Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

ILIUM

spinosaurus  24 inch x 10 inch Ilium this is almost whole. Taouz, Errachida province Ifezouane Formation, Kem Kem Basin, Red Sandstone Beds. Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

TOOTH

Monster 5 inch by 2 inch tooth

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Spinosaurus

LIMB

15 inch limb with a clean cut off at one end, no fills , this is a solid bone. Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

CARPOID

This is a large chunk of Carpoid 13inch x 12 inch. Ordovieian age Katoua formation Meeissi area Morocco

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Spinosaurus

VERT

This is a 3 inch vert with the processes intact and little to no restoration, good small vert in great condition. Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

VERT

This dinosaur lived during the LATE CRETACEOUS period of MOROCCO (96 to 66 millions years ago). This specimen was quite well preserved, but present natural damages and erosion along the sides. found in the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Tegana  Formation, Kem-Kem Basin, Morocco.

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Spinosaurus

TOE BONE

Very large toe bone 5.5inch long & 2.5inch wide at the widest point, this is a top class toe bone with no restoration (all 100%) SPINOSAURUS  AEGYPTICUS TOE FOOT BONE

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Spinosaurus

HAND BONE

SPINOSAURUS  AEGYPTICUS FINGER DIGIT HAND BONE great condition with no restoration all 100%

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Spinosaurus

TOE BONE

4inch toe bone in good condition

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Spinosaurus

PARTIAL SNOUT

Spinosaurus partial snout with the space for a front tooth, you can see the snout clearly with the areas where the dinosaur used to sense for fish, very rare item

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Spinosaurus

CLAW

Very small claw however clear that this ia a Spinosaurus. Baby claw (hand or foot)

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Spinosaurus

LARGE JAW

This is a great jaw, large and still in some of the matrix, 12 inches long and 4 inches wide this has 4 very chunky teeth in the jaw. Morocco

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Spinosaurus

JAW WITH TEETH

This is a great jaw, still in some of the matrix, 5 inches long  this has 3  teeth in the jaw (put after & not the original teeth). Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

GASTRALIA RIB

Juvenile Spinosaur Gastralia Rib, some repair but a complete rib 31.5 CMs round the curve. Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

PART JAW WITH TOOTH

Part of the jaw with one whole tooth (2 inch) and the broken part where another tooth was. Morocco (late Cretaceous)

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Spinosaurus

TOOTH

This is a very big solid Spinosaurus tooth 14.5 x 4cms (at the widest point). Very impressive tooth

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Struthiomimus

HAND BONE

Complete Struthiomimus hand bone, pristine bone found close to Bowman(underground find) Hand phalange. 2.5 inch  Metacarpal Bone x 2. Bowman, North Dakota. (late Cretaceous)

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Struthiomimus

BONE

Complete Struthiomimus whole bone still with the sandy matrix stuck to this fossil. There have been a few repairs made to this and I suspect that the bone has been made out of two animals (still an unusual fossil to own) Bone 20 cms long. Bowman, North Dakota. (late Cretaceous)

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Thescelosaurus

VERT

A deep brown vert (under ground find) very stable with no restoration, most of the top processes are intact and the whole for the spinal column is clear. Hell creek, powder river Montana USA (late Cretaceous)

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Thescelosaurus

TOE BONE

Thescelosaurus toe bone, its detail is great.  2 inch long Toe bone. Hell creek formation, Buffalo, South Dakota (late Cretaceous)

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Titanosaurs

EGG SHELL

 Titanosaurs had small heads, even when compared with other sauropods. The head was also wide, Hell creek formation, Buffalo, South Dakota (late Cretaceous)

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Triceratops

OCCIPITAL CONDYLE

This is a large, 4 inches diameter, occipital condyle (point of attachment for the first cervical/neck vertebrae) from a triceratops skull recovered from the Hell Creek Formation Powder River, USA.

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Triceratops

BROW HORN

 Magnificent Huge 31” Male Triceratops Brow Horn with Large Circumference at Back . This horn has an Amazing 31 Inch circumference at base and was definitely a male due to size and a very old possibly 100 years old one at that. 
This horn has great detail on groves and had mainly repair as many breaks(crack fills) were all completely handled making it very very strong . The colour is great, as is the shape. It was an underground find, and with no restoration. It has some deep grooves that appear totally natural to the horn so it has a great morphology. Garfield County , Montana USA

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Triceratops

TOOTH

A1 first class example of a Triceratops tooth with root, deep brown with Patton. Just under 3.5 CMs Lance formation, Nr Newcastle, Wyoming USA.  (late Cretaceous)

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Triceratops

FRILL

The name Triceratops,  literally means "three-horned face" the large frill here is thick and solid showing the blood groves 9 inch at the widest point

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Triceratops

FRILL

Small frill here is thick and solid showing the blood groves Just over 4 inches long and over an inch thick a light brown top edge of the frill

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Triceratops

WHOLE RIB

brown naturally Curved Rib with Great Flange found by a top dinosaur hunter on private land with ranchers permission. This piece is outstanding in colour, quality, shape, length and bone texture. Colour is Hell Creek dark brown and beautiful. Only crack fills are evident in this with no resto. Highest Quality Triceratops 49” Rib. Slope County , North Dakota USA

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Triceratops

BEAK

5x 3.5 CMs this small section of a Triceratops beak is a rare fins, white section with no restoration. Lance formation, Nr Newcastle, Wyoming, USA

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Triceratops

VERT

Great 100% Original Triceratops Complete Caudal Vert 6.5” x 3” w Process Zygophosisses & Canal Open
 Powder Ville, Powder River, Montana USA
Period: Cretaceous Period 70-66.5MYA

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Triceratops

VERTEBRAE

7 x 5.25 Inch neck Vertebrae some repair on the processes now stable and a great representation Species: Triceratops horridus
Species description: Large 1 ton herbivore with frill around a 6.4’ head and 1 nose horn with 2 Brow Horns off frill. Hell creek, South Dakota USA

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Triceratops

BROW HORN TIP

Triceratops Brow Horn tip (white) 13 CMs long

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Troodon

TOOTH

This is a tooth from a true Raptor only one that existed in the USA in Cretaceous times, qtr. inch tooth with great serrations and shape. This is 100% original. Hell creek formation, Brussett, north Montana

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Tyrannosaurus Rex

TOOTH

T Rex tooth in matrex 4cm's long part broken in matrex brown Carter County, Montana (Hell Creek Formation) some bone is in the matrex as well

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Tyrannosaurus Rex

BONE

Small chunk of T Rex great structure and quality bone

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Tyrannosaurus Rex

RIB

Large section of a T Rex rib. This is 31cms long. The proximal vertebra attachment was broad while tapered away to be relatively slender. Hell creek formation East Montana USA

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Velociraptor

EGG SHELL

Rare egg shell Inner Mongolia China

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Baryonyx