Mastodon skull (cast, without the tusks) from Valley Anatomical Preparations, Canoga Park, CA.
Stereopticon views of mastodon mounted skeletons (“reverse cross” your eyes to see it in three dimensions): the “Cohoes Mastodon,” the State Geological Rooms, Albany, NY (ca. 1870s), and (No. 322) in the “British Museum Series” (1860s); and in the “Age of Man (Pleistocene) Hall, American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, number 5 of Novelview’s “Dinosaurs” series.
To see some souvenir postcards showing skeletons and life restorations of the American mastodon, CLICK HERE.
Souvenir postcard from the American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, showing mounted skeletons of a mammoth (Mammuthus jeffersoni, left) and mastodon (Mammut americanum, left).