Triceratops Skull Replica. Created by paleo-artist Larry Williams, these intricate
dino-sculptures combine superior sculpting ability with field expertise. Each piece was extensively
researched and shows all of the intricate markings and
details of an original. The Triceratops skull is 17" long with 9" horns.
Triceratops skull replica
Tyrannosaurus Skull Replica, small size. This 10" skull replica shows the razor-sharp teeth of this carnivorous dinosaur.
Tyrannosaurus skull (small size skull)
Tyrannosaurus skull replica
Tyrannosaurus Skull Replica, large size. Skullduggery is proud to present this beautifully
crafted Tyrannosaurus rex skull replica. Sculpted by master sculptor Steve Pinney exclusively for
Skullduggery, this ¼ scale replica captures all the detail and grandeur of the original. The skull is 13"
long, 8" wide and 11" high and comes with an oak display base and identifying brass plaque.
Tyrannosaurus skull (large size skull)
Tyrannosaurus skull replica
Saber-Toothed Tiger Skull Replica.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. This extinct skull is an exact replica
measuring 13" long, 8" wide and 12" high, and includes a solid oak display base for mounting in the
attack position. It is available in both the antique (light-colored finish illustrated below) and the tar pit finish (dark-stained finish), and can be ordered with the optional
deluxe museum display case. The original skull is part of the collection at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum.
We also offer a superbly crafted case that will protect your Saber
Tooth Tiger Skull from dust and dirt while displaying this amazing fossil with added elegance. A work of craftsmanship, this beautiful acrylic case with wood base contains smooth beveled edges and seamless perfection.
The Hoplophoneous is the ancestor of all Saber Tooth Cats, first appearing 35 million years ago and
surviving for nearly 10 million years. This delicate replica, which measures 7" x 4" x 3", was cast from a
fossilized reconstruction speciman at the Raymond M. Alf Museum in Claremont, California.
Smilodon Sabre-tooth skull (large size skull) with antique finish.
Hoplophoneous sabre-tooth skull (small size skull) with antique finish
Large skull - Antique (light) finish, with stand (not case)
Large skull - Tar pit (dark) finish, with stand (not case)
Display case for either large skull listed above
Hoplophoneous skull (small).
American Lion. Compared to the African Lion’s 390 pounds, this American Lion was a monster at 520 pounds. This
massive cat lived on four different continents and is believed to have been the widest ranging land mammal
of all time. The 18½" long, 11½" wide and 12½" high skull exhibits 3" canines and is an exact replica. It
comes in a rich finish complete with oak display base and identifying brass plaque. The original skull is part
of the collection at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum. This skull comes in Tar Pit or Antique finish. Comes with attractive wooden stand.
American lion skull with tar pit finish
Antique (light) finish, with stand
Tar pit (dark) finish, with stand
Dire Wolf Skull Replica. The Dire Wolf was more powerful and robust than any other species of canis. Its most distinctive
characteristics were its massive skull and intimidating dentition, suggesting that it subdued its victims by
crushing them to death in its vice-like jaws. The size of this beautiful specimen is 12" long, 7" wide and 6"
high. The original skull is part of the collection at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum. This skull comes in Tar Pit or Antique finish and comes with a wooden stand.
Dire wolf skull
Dire Wolf Replica, tar pit finish, with stand.
Dire Wolf Replica, antique finish, with stand.
Hominid Skull Series. This sculptured series consists of four full size species which represent what the general consensus
of authorities in the field believe to be the only known links to Homo sapiens. The fifth in the series, Neandertal man, represents an often disputed link in the lineage to modern man. It is from casts,
photographs, published diagrams and text describing these reconstruction’s that sculptor Larry Williams has developed this extraordinary Hominid Series. All hominid skulls come with attractive wooden stands.
Australopithecus afarensis cranium with stand (4¼"H x 6¼W" x 8"L)
Australopithecus africanus cranium with stand (4¾"H x 6W" x 8½"L)
Homo habilis cranium with stand (5¼"H x 6½W" x 8½"L)
Homo erectus cranium with stand (5¼"H x 6¾W" x 9"L)