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February 27, 1992 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
People spend billions of dollars every year buying all sorts of odd things from mail-order catalogues. But one of the oddest may be the museum-quality replicas of dinosaur and prehistoric human skulls sold by Skullduggery Inc. For about $100, you can buy a replica of a human skull made of gypsum cement that looks just like bone; or a Tyrannosaurus rex skull, the big predator's long, jagged teeth clamped together in a nasty grin.
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February 27, 1992 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
People spend billions of dollars every year buying all sorts of odd things from mail-order catalogues. But one of the oddest may be the museum-quality replicas of dinosaur and prehistoric human skulls sold by Skullduggery Inc. For about $100, you can buy a replica of a human skull made of gypsum cement that looks just like bone; or a Tyrannosaurus rex skull, the big predator's long, jagged teeth clamped together in a nasty grin.
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