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Nanotyrannus

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Here are some really cool screen used Jurassic Park and Jurassic World in my movie prop collection, two of these from Jurassic Park are my top prized items in my prop collection!

The weathered Jurassic Park hard hat was used from Colin Trevorrow's 2015 blockbuster sequel, Jurassic World. Zach and Gray encounter old Jurassic Park gear when the explore the ruins of the abandoned Visitor Center from Jurassic Park.
This helmet was remade to look like the helmets from Jurassic Park, and it’s distressed with paint to reflect years of neglect. The helmet shows minor scuffs to the paint and plastic.

This screen used Velociraptor claw was used in Jurassic Park, this is one of the raptor’s upper-hand claws utilized in the making of the blockbuster film. This claw features custom airbrush paint finish and a metal screw utilized for attachment to the creature’s mechanical effects internal armature.
The piece measures 6.25” in length, you can see this claw used in scenes where the raptor is opening the kitchen door and control room!

And finally I have one of the screen used T-Rex tooth from Jurassic Park! This “4” Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth from Steven Spielberg’s Academy Award-Winning sci-fi action adventure Jurassic Park. Freed from her containment pen after a power outage, the T-Rex attacked Tim and Lex while they toured their grandfather’s dinosaur-filled theme park. The resin tooth was made for the mouth of the animatronic T-Rex.
It features a drilled hole in the bottom for inserting into its allotted place and is numbered “4”, for the forth slot of the upper jaw section. It exhibits signs of wear and discoloration throughout. The base display was custom crafted by Tom Spina Designs!
 

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JoshuaV

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Great collection! I follow Tom's work on Instagram and that display came out killer. Its by far been my fave display of the animatronic teeth out there in the wild. Thanks for sharing! :)
 

Nanotyrannus

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Great collection! I follow Tom's work on Instagram and that display came out killer. Its by far been my fave display of the animatronic teeth out there in the wild. Thanks for sharing! :)
Thanks for the complement! When I asked Tom Spina about displaying the tooth, I asked him to go BIG and surprise me on the display. We had multiple ideas for the tooth until we both agreed on the display that you see today! This is one of my center piece in my collection!
 

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Nanotyrannus

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Here are some really cool screen used Jurassic Park and Jurassic World in my movie prop collection, two of these from Jurassic Park are my top prized items in my prop collection!

The weathered Jurassic Park hard hat was used from Colin Trevorrow's 2015 blockbuster sequel, Jurassic World. Zach and Gray encounter old Jurassic Park gear when the explore the ruins of the abandoned Visitor Center from Jurassic Park.
This helmet was remade to look like the helmets from Jurassic Park, and it’s distressed with paint to reflect years of neglect. The helmet shows minor scuffs to the paint and plastic.

This screen used Velociraptor claw was used in Jurassic Park, this is one of the raptor’s upper-hand claws utilized in the making of the blockbuster film. This claw features custom airbrush paint finish and a metal screw utilized for attachment to the creature’s mechanical effects internal armature.
The piece measures 6.25” in length, you can see this claw used in scenes where the raptor is opening the kitchen door and control room!

And finally I have one of the screen used T-Rex tooth from Jurassic Park! This “4” Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth from Steven Spielberg’s Academy Award-Winning sci-fi action adventure Jurassic Park. Freed from her containment pen after a power outage, the T-Rex attacked Tim and Lex while they toured their grandfather’s dinosaur-filled theme park. The resin tooth was made for the mouth of the animatronic T-Rex.
It features a drilled hole in the bottom for inserting into its allotted place and is numbered “4”, for the forth slot of the upper jaw section. It exhibits signs of wear and discoloration throughout. The base display was custom crafted by Tom Spina Designs!
When reaserching the T-Rex teeth of why they are numbered from the original Jurassic Park, I've found this photo from YourProps.com. A collector found a blueprint sketch from Stan Winston Studios of the inner T-Rex mouth! It shows that the upper jaw teeth numbered 1-24, and the lower jaw numbered L1-L26. Was very pleased to find this in Jurassic Park and Stan Winston's history!
 

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Tom

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Impressive Jurassic collection! I really like the tooth display, and the distressed helmet is definitely a centerpiece.
 

Nanotyrannus

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Impressive Jurassic collection! I really like the tooth display, and the distressed helmet is definitely a centerpiece.
I agree with you too! The helmet while not used in the (1993) Jurassic Park, is still really cool how much time and effort the people from Jurassic World made an almost identical helmet and weathered it to make it look like it was abandoned for years at the park!
 

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