Screen-used Velociraptor claw used in the 1993 film Jurassic Park. Claw and toe measure approximately 10″ long, with the toe portion made from foam and latex, with the metal armature still inside; with the curved claw made of resin. This was part of a feet and legs only costume made by Stan Winston and worn by visual effects artist John Rosengrant. This particular piece can be clearly seen in the kitchen scene of the film. Accompanied by a 2014 letter of authenticity which reads, in part: “An amazing screen-used piece originally made for the first Jurassic Park and worn by visual effects artist John Rosengrant…It can be clearly be seen in the kitchen scene of the film chasing the two Murphy kids. This piece was rescued from the dumpster after production and may well be the only piece of this creature left from filming, aside from the other foot that was sold (sans foam skin) by Profiles in History.” In fine condition. An instantly-identifiable prop from one of the best science fiction films ever made. RR Auction COA.
Jurassic Park Screen used Velociraptor claw