Inclusive of the original lower jaw, this is a large and impressive fossilized female walrus skull, exhibiting original tusks and showing excellent preservation. Mounted on an attractive custom display stand.
Specimen with stand measures 23 1/2 x 15 x 12in; Tusks measure 16 1/2in
Inclusive of the original lower jaw, this large and impressive fossilized male walrus skull displays original tusks and exhibits excellent preservation. Mounted on an attractive custom display stand. Offered with a Boone & Crocket certificate.
Specimen with stand measures 39 1/2 x 18 x 15in; Tusks measure 30in
A superb pair of matched mammoth tusks believed to be the largest ever found, mounted on custom stainless steel stands.
Lengths measure 14' 4" and 14' 1" respectively.
Weighs 485 lbs together.
One of the largest blue mammoth tusks known, this extremely rare and unique mammoth tusk is from Canada.
Measures 12 feet; Weighs 285 pounds
This substantial specimen of woolly mammoth hide is in superb condition. Measures 48 x 18 inches
La Brea Tar Pits, California
Very rarely is a fossil from the famed La Brea Tar Pits made available on the market. The present fine specimen was originally discovered and collected circa 1960. The massive size of its dentition, which is more powerful than the dentition of any other species of Canis, lack a developed crushing surface, suggesting that the teeth were used for smashing large bones. Length 12 1/2 inches
The distinctively curved tusks of the woolly mammoth are thought to have been used to help dig away the snow of the Ice Age tundra while feeding, and also may have been used in infraspecific combat. The present specimen is offered on a custom base of contemporary design, which caresses the curvature of the tusk while allowing the viewer to appreciate every angle and color of this fascinating piece. Measures 108 inches; weighs 90 lbs