Tyrannosaurus rex Life Sized Skull
This brand new 1.36m long life sized skull has been specially designed as a lightweight and easily transportable museum grade skull suitable for any professional exhibit or collection, finished in ultra high detail and equally suitable for any permanent display.
This is an anatomically accurate replica of specimen AMNH 5027 (American Museum Of Natural History), featuring the subtle cranial distortion and all bone detailing, inside and out. Includes underside of upper skull, rear of skull, and inside of jawbones. Our reconstruction process has captured some amazing detail from micro bone surface texture, to evidence of lesions on the jawbones which were known to have plagued Tyrannosaurs.
The jaws can be easily detached via a simple wingnut on each for transit, whole skull can be set up in a matter of minutes on a simple black metal stand. Supplied as standard with a metal surface mount stand designed for table top display, although other stand options are available, please contact us for details and pricing.
Cast in lightweight but very durable resin, approx. weight of upper skull 7kg, jawbones 4.5kg each making this a very lightweight skull for a life sized Tyrannosaur replica. Length 1.36m, width (at rear of skull) 72cm, height when assembled with jaws in semi closed gape as shown in video 1.2m
Shown in fossil brown, but please contact us for details as we can finish these skulls in any colour to suit your requirements at no additional cost.
Each of these are hand made, finished and assembled at our studio in the United Kingdom, so please allow a lead time of approximately 3 to 4 weeks from point of ordering. Supplied with metal stand for surface mounting, skull assembles with just three small discreet wing nuts.
If you have any further queries about this item, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Worldwide shipping available, please select from menu when ordering.
Photo 1 Workshop view
Photo 2 Front 3/4 View
Photo 3 Underside anatomical detailing
Photo 4 Left side detailing
Photo 5 Underside rear detailing
Photo 6 Underside rear detailing
Photo 7 Close up bone texture detail
Photo 8 Workshop view