Chronicle Collectibles Presents Pachycephalosaurus (Pachy)


Have you been yearning to own an exact replica of the Pachycephalosaurus (a.k.a. – Friar Tuck or more affectionately known as Pachy) from The Lost World: Jurassic Park? FYI, no amount of preserved amber will get you there.

Lucky for you, Chronicle Collectibles is offering an exact replica of the original Stan Winston Studio maquette that was made for the film!

Check out the images below:

– Comes on a circular base designed to resemble a dirt and rock-strewn surface.

– It’s going to be quite limited, with a run of just 150 pieces

– Measures 31″ long, 19″ tall and 7″ wide. The base is 9″ deep and 2″ tall.

– The price is $399 and we also have interest free payment plans spread out among 3, 6, or 10 month installments.

These are currently available for pre-order HERE

In addition to Pachy, Chronicle Collectibles is releasing a faux bronze version of their Breakout T-Rex from Jurassic Park. The original Breakout T-Rex was an insanely popular piece that despite 1,000 units was a complete sell-out. Fans have still been clamoring for more of the Rex, so to respect our customers who previously purchased one while still giving buyers that missed out another chance, we’ve designed this faux bronze Rex in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the film.

Check out the images below:

– Limited edition. Size TBD but will be in the range of 150 up to no more than 300 pieces

– Same dimensions as previous Breakout T-Rex: 24″ long, 16″ tall and 12″ wide. Base is 9″ x 2″

– Will not include the fence or JP logo on top of the base, just a simple black base

– Will feature a newly designed box

– ~1/20 scale statue

– The price is $349 and also qualifies for our payment plans

These are also currently available for pre-order HERE

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