This is a REAL Ancient Egyptian Eye of Horus amulet! It dates back from 600-300BCE and was acquired from an archaeological estate.
The Eye of Horus was one of the most powerful ancient Egyptian symbols of protection and good health.
It measures roughly 1.1cm wide and is framed in a high quality, American-made, riker mount! This can be shipped worldwide!
We are asking $85CAD (~64.50USD), buy it now on www.SkullStore.ca or in-store Thursday-Sunday (12-6pm) at 1193 Weston Rd, Toronto.
Not Shakespeare's death mask, but a death mask.
This very well-done casting job was completed by @dakotahrose and is of a neonate goat that suffered from a condition called, quite appropriately, cyclopia.
***PRICEDROP*** These are real fossilized Knightia fish, excavated in Green River, Wyoming! They date back between 53.5-48.5 million years before present. These plates measure ~3" long.
Each one is slightly different due to natural variation in the animals and states of preservation but these photos are representative of what you will receive.
Price is per fish and we can ship all of our fossils worldwide!
We are asking $15CAD (~11.40USD), marked down from $20. Buy them now on www.SkullStore.ca or in-store Thursday-Sunday (12-6pm) at 1193 Weston Rd, Toronto.
On a stormy night in June 1942, a squad of American soldiers found themselves hopelessly lost in a dense European forest.
As they wandered through the shadowy trees, their boots sinking into the thick mud, the terrified soldiers had a growing, ominous, feeling that they weren't alone.
Suspecting a Nazi ambush, the men huddled down at the edge of a clearing to listen for movement. As their eyes made a futile attempt to scan their pitch-black surrounding, the creature launched its attack!
Two men were torn to shreds, their screams echoing into the night, before the monster succumbed to the hail of desperate gunfire.
Now, 76 years later, the skeleton of the beast has been articulated for the first time! It was the first recorded death of an American soldier by werewolf, but it would not be the last.
Some of my shell collection. At the moment these are all packed, ready to move house, I can't wait to set them all up in our new place when we eventually get there. Having half my life packed up is so inconvenient, I keep needing things and I've got no idea where it is.