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Its a real Ceratopsian brow horn, cannot say it belongs to Triceratops. Missing a portion of the tip.  Lots of poor patch work or repairs visible.  10% seems very light.

Have to wonder how stable is that stand, not what I would recommend on a brow horn.

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Great stand! To my eye it would display better, if that gloss was knocked back to a much lower level of "shine."

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Looks good :thumbsu:

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I dunno.  The whole top surface there seems reconstructed, or poorly finished.  The bottom side looks more real, but it is mostly in the shade on this mount.  

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