Cast in acrylic of a Tyrannosaurus-Rex Canine Tooth height = 275 mm. Diameter = 58 mm. This is the largest known vertebrates dinosaurian canine. Tyrannosaurus Rex was discovered in 1905 and described by Osborn. He lived in the late Cretaceous North America. The famous skeleton named Sue is part of this species (formerly classified as Tyrannosaurus stanwinstonorum). Estimated size and weight: about 12 to 15 m long with a weight of 13 tons (last advanced weight). Teeth can measure up to 36 cm. The original costs about 10,000 Dollar. Cretaceous - 65 million years Reproduction is 3D and the patina is perfectly reproduced to go wrong with the original! This very faithful facsimile is a copy of a tooth off 275 mm standard issue of dies from our collections. This tooth is sold with its authentication and a very informative 6 page document.
Replicage process: This print is executed from the matrix of origin of the piece of discovery. Reconstruction is signed (Alain Morala). Copies are replicas performed on the original matrix by elastomer or the alginates impression. be modelled sculptures 3D from scanned authentic so scale photographs and exact volume. The material is acrylic resin enriched the Ossein to restore the ivory look. Patina is designed to be as faithful as possible to the original short.
Presentation: This item is sold on Oak menuise tinted clear base. This plinth is a display of prestige 'Range Augustus'; The piece shown is removable by squeezing or clamping system. Facsimiles are greatly respected so they are more inadvertently pierced. Items are removable they bring pleasure to be handmade to be admired.
Shipping: Very neat sending and presentation in box cardboard (bubble wrap if needed). Item comes with a certificate of replica of authentic and educational information. This mold comes with an authentication file 6 pages + his box shipping + postage included to mainland France.
Please specify the chosen VERSION: black stained Crown or ivory coloured Crown