Teeth (casts) of Tyrannosaurus rex sold by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County gift shop.
The teeth pertain to a skull found by Harley J. Garbani in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana during the 1960s for the Los Angeles museum. The skull can be seen on display at the museum. A cast of the skull is mounted in the museum’s “Dueling Dinosaurs” (see cropped souvenir postcard, below) display of the mounted skeletons of Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops prorsus. Also, a postcard showing a life-sized Tyrannosaurus statue displayed outside the Geology Museum, University of Wyoming, Laramie.