Masterpiece Models Introduces the Deinotherium Giganteum and the Giant Ground Sloth

Masterpiece Models New Resin Model Kits

Masterpiece Models has two new paleolithic resin model kits in the shop. The Deinotherium Giganteum Deinotherium giganteum.  Though part of the Elephant family tree, Deinotherium has a totally distinct evolutionary branch than that of modern day Elephants. There are three  separate distinctly known species of Deinotherium depending on the Geographic location in which they are […]

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Utahraptor 1/6 Scale MMDN7039 $149.99

Utahraptor 1/6 Scale MMDN7039 $149.99

Utahraptor 1/6 Scale MMDN7039 $149.99 Utahraptor lived during the Early Cretaceous period, 125 million years ago in Eastern Utah and probably other areas in the American West. The rock formation where Utahraptor was discovered is known as the Cedar Mountain Formation. At present, it appears that Utahraptor was the top predator in its ecosystem and […]

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Trilobite Cast From Actual Fossil

1 to 1 Scale Trilobite Cast From Actual Fossil

Trilobite Cast From Actual Fossil Trilobite Cast From Actual Fossil – This is a 1 to 1 scale Trilobite.  The trilobite is 3″ across and sits on a base that is 5″ across. Trilobites (meaning three lobes) are a fossil group of extinct marine arachnomorph arthropods that form the class Trilobita.  Trilobites form one of […]

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Daspletosaurus Model Kit

Daspletosaurus Frightful Lizard

Daspletosaurus Model Kit 1/10th Scale Resin Assembly Kit $149.99 The Daspletosaurus Model Kit is now available at Masterpiece Models.  This 1/10th scale kit was sculpted by Darren McDonald. box art paint by Zach Coker.  KIT #MMDM70133.  Masterpiecemodels is a trademark of JS Hobbies.  Please allow 15 days for processing as each kit is cast to […]

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Camarasaurus Dinosaur Bust

Camarasaurus Dinosaur Bust 1 to 1 Scale   Camarasaurus Dinosaur Bust – The Camarasaurus is among the most common and frequently well-preserved sauropod dinosaurs. The maximum size of the most common species, C. lentus, was about 15 meters (49 ft) in length. The largest species, C. supremus, reached a maximum length of 23 meters (75 […]

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