Prehistoric Artifacts & Art : Dinosaur, Plant, Animal Fossils

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Theropod Track (Dinosaur Fossil Reproduction) Mid to Late Jurassic Period : 150-155 Million Years Ago

LOT 278 : 11.75" x 9.5" x 1.5" in Frame

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Theropod Track (Dino

Allosaurus (Dinosaur Fossil Reproduction) Late Jurassic and early Cretaceous Period : A carnivorous dinosaurs of the late Jurassic and early Cretaceous Periods, similar to but smaller than the tyrannosaur

LOT 286 : 12" x 6.5"

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Allosaurus (Dinosaur

Tyrannosaurus rex Tooth: (Dinosaur Reproduction) End of the Cretaceous Period : This is an exact replica directly from the jaws of the most ferocious animal to ever stalk the Earth. This serrated, dagger-like tooth is 11" long and covered with wonderful detail. The original is on display at the Museum of Geology in South Dakota.

LOT 281 : 11" Long on Display Stand

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Tyrannosaurus rex To

Smilodon Fatalis: Pleistocene Epoch : 2 Million Years Ago, Rancho La Brea Tar Pits, California, United States

LOT 277 : 15" x 14" x 2.5"

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Smilodon Fatalis: Pl

Velociraptor Mongoliensis (Dinosaur Fossil Reproduction) Late Cretacceous Period : 76 Million Years Ago, Djadokhta Formation, Mongolia

LOT 279 : 11" x 8" x 1.5"

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Velociraptor Mongoli

Tyrannosaurus Rex (1/4 Scale Reproduction) End of the Cretaceous Period : Tyrannosaurs were a group of large carnivorous dinosaurs that roamed North America and Asia 85 to 65 million years ago. The most famous tyrannosaur, of course, is Tyrannosaurus rex, which was one of the last non-avian dinosaurs to walk the earth before the great extinction.

LOT 282 : 13" x 8" x 11" on oak display base with identifying brass plaque.

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Tyrannosaurus Rex (1

Smilodon californicus (Saber Tooth Cat) Pleistocene Epoch : Smilodon californicus has been extinct for about 12,000 years and is a widely recognized symbol of power and beauty. A Saber Tooth Tiger’s strength combined with its two lethal sabers made it a fearsome predator. Living alongside the American Lion, one can only imagine the fierce competition for food between these two animals. The original skull is part of the collection at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum.

LOT 280 : 13" x 8" x 12" high on a solid oak display base

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Smilodon californicu

Mesosaurus Braziliensis (Reptile Fossil Reproduction) Permian Period : 285 Million Years Ago, Irati Formation, Brazil

LOT 274 : 17.5" x 11" x 1"

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Mesosaurus Brazilien

Parkinsonia Sp. (Mollusk Fossil Reproduction) Middle Jurassic Period : 165 Million Years Ago, Burton Bradstock, England

LOT 275 : 14" x 13.5" x 3.5"

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Parkinsonia Sp. (Mol

Triceratops (Dinosaur Reproduction) Cretaceous Period : A herbivorous dinosaur having a bony plate covering the neck, a large horn above either eye, and a smaller horn on the nose

LOT 283 : Triceratops skull is 17" long with 9" horns.

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Triceratops (Dinosau

Archaeopteryx lithographica (Bird Fossil Reproduction) - Late Jurassic Period : 150 Million Years Ago Solnhofen Plattenkalk, Bavaria, Germany

LOT 270 : 18.75" x 15.25" x 1"

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Archaeopteryx lithog

Diplomystus Dentatus (Fish Fossil Reproduction) - Eocene Eposch : 55 Million Years Ago, Wyoming, United States

LOT 272 : 25.5" x 13.25" x1.5" in Frame

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Diplomystus Dentatus

Salteraster (Invertebrate Reproduction) Middle Ordovician Period : 443 Million Years Ago, Bobcaygeon Formation, Ontario, Canada

LOT 276 : 7.75" x 8.5" x 1"

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Salteraster (Inverte

Neanderthal Skull (Homo neanderthalensis) Pleistocene Epoch : An extinct human species (Homo neanderthalensis) or subspecies (Homo sapiens neanderthalensis) living during the late Pleistocene Epoch throughout most of Europe and parts of Asia and northern Africa and associated with Middle Paleolithic tools.

LOT 285 : 9"H x 5.5" x 9.25" plus Stand

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Neanderthal Skull (H

Crinoids (Invertebrate Reproduction) Actinocrinites Gibsoni (2), Macrocrinus Mundulus, Halysiocrinus Nodosus : Mississippian Age, 345 Million Years Ago, Edwardsville Formation, Indiana, United States

LOT 271 : 15.25" x 9" x 2"

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Crinoids (Invertebra

Eurypterus Remipes (Arthropod Reproduction) Upper Silurian Period : 420 Million Years Ago, Fiddlers Green Formation, New York, United States

LOT 273 : 11.75" x 9.5" x 1.5" in Frame

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Eurypterus Remipes (

Australopithecus Afarensis Skull (Hominid Skull Reproduction) : Australopithecines afarensis is the oldest of four species of australopithecines,an extinct genus of the hominid family found in E and S Africa between 4 and 1 million years ago dating, which is know to be at least 3.75 million years ago. Evidence from 3.6 million-year-old footprints, preserved in volcanic ash at Laetoli, and from postcranial skeletal remains show that Australopithecines afarensis was relatively small, standing 3.5 to 5 ft (1 to 1.6 m) tall and weighing 45 to 110 lb (20 to 50 kg). All four species shared a number of anatomical similarities, including a fully erect posture and bipedal gait. The most “primitive” feature was a small and apelike braincase, comparable in size to those of both gorillas and chimpanzees when measured relative to overall body size

LOT 284 : 7"H x 6¼W" x 8¾" plus stand

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Australopithecus Afa

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