Casts

Dinosaur Casts
Thétis - Dinosaur Casts

THÉTIS corporate is honored to present to you, in agreement with Triebold Paleontology, a selection of scientific copies of dinosaur skeletons, modeled by Triebold Paleontology (Copyrights).

We inform our customers that the prices are those offered in the Triebold catalog. Please consult us for delivery and assembly prices. A quote will be sent to you. 

THÉTIS also offers you, in a second chapter, copies of decorative and artistic dinosaur skeletons for hotels, restaurants, libraries, and any part of your interior.

These copies mounted on stainless-steel rods, can also, depending on the case, be exhibited outdoors.

Consult us for all options

Copies of dinosaur skeletons for the interior and exterior

Scientific Copies

Range of Scientific copy models / Triebold assembly (Copyrights)

Prices on request


Triceratops Prorsus
Triceratops Prorsus

Triceratops Prorsus

Locality : Harding County, SD
Formation : Hell Creek                                                  TRIEBOLD MODEL
Length : 7.31 m (24 feet)
Height @ Hips : 2.3 m (7 feet 10 inches)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete skeleton or skull   

One of the classic icons of natural history, Triceratops had to present a formidable defense to ward off the attacks of vicious mega-predators like Nanotyrannus and Tyrannosaurus rex. The original Triceratops skeleton from which this cast was reproduced is one of the most complete on record.

Text by Triebold

 

Agujaceratops sp.
Agujaceratops sp.

Juvenile Agujaceratops sp.

Locality : Texas
Formation : Aguja                                                        TRIEBOLD MODEL
Length : 175 cm (5 feet 9 inches)
Skull Length : 69 cm (2 feet 3 inches)
Price : Contact us

Your choice: Complete skeleton or skull   

Agujaceratops was a comparatively small chasmosaurine ceratopsian known from Campanian sediments in the Aguja Formation of Big Bend National Park, Texas. This tiny juvenile specimen is closely related to some of the largest ceratopsians, including Pentaceratops and Chasmosaurus. Very few specimens are known to represent this rare genus. The specimen this reconstruction is based on includes a well-preserved, disarticulated skull. . Text by Triebold

Dromaeosaurus Albertensis
Dromaeosaurus Albertensis

Locality : Alberta, Canada
Formation : Dinosaur Park                                            TRIEBOLD MODEL
Length : 2.3 m (8 feet)
Height @ Hips : 91 cm (3 feet)

Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete Skeleton

Dromaeosaurus albertensis is one of the rarest theropods from the American west. They were closely related to Velociraptor but significantly larger. Known only from a collection of partial skeletons, this specimen represents the latest interpretation of its anatomy, composited from several individuals.

Fast, agile, and vicious, Dromaeosaurus probably hunted in packs, preying on the infirm and young of larger dinosaur species. Attacking with their lethal “killing claw”, they were able to latch onto their prey with both their feet and large clawed hands to inflict mortal wounds. Dromaeosaurus makes a frighteningly impressive exhibit as a pack cooperating in a hunt. Text by Triebold

Albertosaurus Sarcophagus
Albertosaurus Sarcophagus

Albertosaurus sarcophagus

Locality : Teton County, MT
Formation : Two Medicine                                             TRIEBOLD MODEL
Length : 6.1 m (20 feet)
Height @ Hips : 2 m (6.5 feet)
Price : Contact us

Your choice: complete skeleton or skull

Albertosaurus was a small tyrannosaurid and one of the top predators of the Campanian stage of the Late Cretaceous in the northern regions of North America. The sharp teeth and massive skull of Albertosaurus were all the tools it needed to subdue hadrosaurs and ceratopsians as prey. Text by Triebold

Daspletosaurus Torosus
 Daspletosaurus Torosus

Daspletosaurus torosus

Locality : Montana
Formation : Judith River
Length : 10 m (33 feet)                                    TRIEBOLD MODEL
Height @ Hips : 3m (10 feet)
Skull Length : 1.3 m (4 feet 4 inches)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : complete skeleton or skull

Closely related to the larger and more recent Tyrannosaurus, Daspletosaurus had dozens of large, sharp teeth and the small forelimbs typical of tyrannosaurids. Daspletosaurus was at the top of the food chain, probably preying on large dinosaurs such as ceratopsids and hadrosaurs. Text by Triebold

Anzu Wyliei
 Anzu Wyliei

Anzu wyliei

Locality : Harding County, SD
Formation : Hell Creek                                         TRIEBOLD MODEL                            
Length : 2.75 m (9 feet)
Height : 2.45 m (8 feet)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Skeleton

Anzu wyliei was discovered by Fred Nuss of Nuss Fossils. Fred and his bride, Candace, spent their honeymoon hunting fossils when Fred discovered the site in November of 1998. This large theropod is the largest dinosaur of its type from North America. It was fast and ferocious, with legs built for speed, forelimbs more than a meter long with large, sharp claws, a sharp beak, and almost certainly a bad attitude. Becoming popularly known as the “Chicken from Hell”, Anzu wyliei will make a fabulous addition to your displays, telling a story of diversity at the end of the age of dinosaurs. Text by Triebold

Nanotyrannus Lancensis
Nanotyrannus Lancensis

Nanotyrannus lancensis

Locality : South Dakota
Formation : Hell Creek                                   TRIEBOLD MODEL                                   
Length : 4.6 m (15 feet)
Height @ Hips : 1.83 m (6 feet)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete skeleton or skull

The “pygmy tyrant” has been controversial ever since first suggested by Dr. Robert Bakker and Phil Currie in 1988 but is now represented by a number of specimens supporting its validity as something other than a juvenile Tyrannosaurus. This beautiful skeleton from South Dakota’s Hell Creek Formation is a rare example of this elusive tyrannosaurid. With many more teeth than either an adult or juvenile Tyrannosaurus, this small predator would have been able to quickly take apart a large, nutritious carcass. At 15 feet (4.6 meters) long and about 6 feet (1.83 meters) tall, a pack of Nanotyrannus overwhelming an adult Edmontosaurus makes an action-packed and engaging scene. Text by Triebold

Tyrannosaurus Rex
Tyrannosaurus Rex

Tyrannosaurus rex

Locality : South Dakota
Formation : Hell Creek                                      TRIEBOLD MODEL                                   
Length : 11 m (36 feet)
Height @ Hips : 3.8 m (12 feet)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete skeleton or skull

Without a doubt, the most famous dinosaur in the world, Tyrannosaurus has enamored humanity with its majesty for over a century. At nearly forty feet long and twelve feet high at the hips, the presence of this incredible predator communicates power, authority, and brute force tempered by confident finesse. The massive skull, at over five feet long, sports a mouth full of banana-sized bone-crushing teeth evolved to penetrate the most formidable defenses and bring a swift, merciful end to its prey. Text by Triebold

Apatosaurus ( Brontosaurus) Excelsius
Apatosaurus ( Brontosaurus) Excelsius

Brontosaurus (Apatosaurus) excelsus

Locality : Wyoming
Formation : Morrison                                     TRIEBOLD MODEL                                   
Length : 24.4 m (80 feet)
Height @ Hips : 2.3 m (7 feet 10 inches)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete skeleton

Brontosaurus, or Apatosaurus if you prefer, was one of the large sauropods that lived in North America at the end of the Jurassic. In contrast to the camarasaurs and brachiosaurs that were contemporary in their range, Brontosaurus had a long neck held low to the ground, like Diplodocus. A historically important specimen, this massive skeleton was originally collected by a Carnegie Museum expedition and eventually given to the State of Wyoming. This enormous TPI reproduction is based on more original fossil material from one individual specimen than any other Apatosaurus or Brontosaurus skeleton. Text by Triebold

Brachiosaurus Altithorax
Brachiosaurus Altithorax

Brachiosaurus altithorax

Locality : Colorado and Wyoming                  TRIEBOLD MODEL                                   
Formation : Morrison
Length : 22.8 m (75 feet)
Maximum Head Height : 13.7 m (45 feet)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete skeleton or skull

75 feet long and standing up to 45 feet tall, Brachiosaurus had a stance that elevated its head higher than any other land animal. Living at a time when sauropods were at their greatest size, abundance, and diversity, Brachiosaurus evolved this posture and long neck as a means to access vegetation its contemporary counterparts could not. This remarkable specimen is the famous Brachiosaurus skeleton that is on display at the Field Museum in Chicago, and at O’Hare Airport. Text by Triebold

Stegosaurus Stenops
Stegosaurus Stenops

Stegosaurus stenops

Locality : Colorado
Formation : Morrison                                        TRIEBOLD MODEL                                   
Dorsal plate height : 2.9 m (9.5 feet)
Length : 9 m (29.5 feet)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete skeleton

This specimen was reproduced by scanning and 3D printing the famous Kessler Stegosaurus exhibited in the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Discovered by a school teacher and amateur fossil hunter, Frederick Carl Kessler, in 1936 near Cañon City, Colorado, the specimen was collected by high school students under the supervision of Denver Museum paleontologists. In 1982, not just this species, but this specimen in particular was proclaimed as the official Colorado state dinosaur. The manufacturer of the handheld scanner used by Triebold was so impressed with the project results, they posted a story about it in their own blog: Artec 3D. Text by Triebold

Diplodocus ( Seismosaurus) Hallorum
Diplodocus ( Seismosaurus) Hallorum

Diplodocus (Seismosaurus) hallorum

Locality : New Mexico
Formation : Morrison                                      TRIEBOLD MODEL                                   
Arm height : 33 m (110 feet)
Height @Hips : 5.5 m (18 feet)
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete skeleton

Discovered in New Mexico in 1986, Seismosaurus was a giant among giants, at over 33 meters (110 feet) long and nearly 5.5 meters (18 feet) tall at the hips. The original specimen is housed in the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Recent research strongly suggests that this animal is a large species or individual of Diplodocus. Text by Triebold

Mosausaurus sp. (Marine Reptile)

Mosasaurus sp.

Age : Late Cretaceous

Locality : Kansas
Formation : Weskan Shale                               TRIEBOLD MODEL                                   

Skull Length : 1.2 m (4 feet)-Skeleton approximately 11-12 meters in length
Price : Contact us

Your choice : Complete skeleton (should be available in a few months) or skull

This is the only Mosasaurus known from Kansas and almost certainly represents a new species. Its sharp teeth di­erentiate it from its known contemporary, Globidens. The nearly complete and virtually undistorted skeleton is currently under preparation and is approximately 11-12 meters in length. It should be available in a few months. Inquire as to the status of the full skeleton cast. Text by Triebold


Colorful artistic prints for interior and exterior

Decorative and artistic copies of dinosaur skeletons for hotels, restaurants, libraries, all parts of your interior, but also for the exterior.

These copies, mounted on unalterable stainless-steel rods, can be exhibited both indoors and outdoors due to a metallic structure that is definitely not subject to corrosion. Color pigments and fluorescent dyes can give the polyurethane resin an individual color. This allows you to tailor the resin to your own needs according to your projects.

THÉTIS also offers you the coverage of your skeleton copies in 24 K gold leaf for a resolutely surrealistic vision of the dinosaur in your lobby, your interior, your business window, but also outside using a protective glass cage.

THÉTIS finally offers the creation of classic or modern plinths (natural wood or lacquered wood with a choice of color from the international RAL color chart).

A revolutionary THÉTIS concept!

Consult us for all options

Woolly rhinoceros with golden horns

Woolly rhinoceros with golden horns, Tribute to Salvador Dali- Based on a THÉTIS / GENESTE idea.

Archives Eric Mickeler- "The collector's dinosaurs" - Grand Palais, Paris. France. Sep 2009.

Golden Mammoth by Damien Hirst

Golden Mammoth by Damien Hirst
Courtesy Gareth Harris, Copyrights : Chief contributing editor at The Art Newspaper.
Longtime contributor to the Financial Times. London University PhD.


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