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    Tyrannosaurus Rex (4) toe claws from Jurassic Park. (Universal, 1993) Original set of (4) T-Rex toe claws made of dense black foam rubber, painted and distressed with great detail to appear aged, calcified and cracked. The claws measures approx. 6.5 x 4 x 3 in. to 14 x 8 x 7 in., 2-feature metal posts protruding from bases for mounting to the endoskeleton of the mechanical dinosaur. Claws are marked with designated foot positions, 2-marked "R1/L1, 1-marked "R2/L2", and 1-marked "R4/L4". The first glimpse of the "Tyrannosaurus Rex" is in the movie's trailer when the gigantic earthshaking T-Rex foot stomps in wet mud. These claws represent a rare few existing T-Rex components to survive from the meticulously researched and beautifully crafted Stan Winston Studio masterpiece seen in the Steven Spielberg classic film. Exhibiting age, production wear and handling, with remnants of adhesive on the larger claw bases. In very good to fine condition.

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    September, 2019
    25th Wednesday
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