CollectA Lythronax


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A hand-painted model of the dinosaur called Lythronax by CollectA. A CollectA prehistoric life Lythronax dinosaur model.

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An amazing, hand-painted CollectA Lythronax dinosaur model. A terrific model of the Tyrannosaur called Lythronax. A CollectA prehistoric life Lythronax dinosaur model.

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Weight 80 g



Lie-fron-axe (King of Gore)


Length 17.5 cm approx. Height of head 9 cm approx.

4 reviews for CollectA Lythronax

  1. Jurassic James (verified owner)

    The first ever feathered dinosaur in my collection and I love it. Although, we can’t say for certain that tyrannosaurs had feathers i think it works well on this model. Good use of colours and lots of excellent detail given its smaller size. I love to pose as it almost looks as if it doesn’t know its not the biggest dinosaur out there and would take anything on which would work well with other models people may have in a collection or could even be used as a juvenile Trex against bigger models fir those who are fans of baby dinos having feathers. The black eyes also give a slight cut intelligent factor.
    Thank you as always everything dinosaur.

  2. Rebecca (verified owner)

    Wow, what a beauty! Fine, detailed sculpting and I just love the colour scheme and the feathers. Definitely a great purchase. Thanks, EverythingDinosaur!

  3. E CHAMPION (verified owner)

    A very well detailed model.Also up to date with the feathers.The feathers over each eyebrows gives it a different look. A bit like a punk rocker.Takes a while to get use to it. I thought it would be more like a lions mane.Good service from everything dinosaur.

  4. Elizabeth

    Even more beautiful in the “flesh” than in photos. Beautiful subtle and soft colour scheme of taupe and greys, nicely blended. Excellent detail in the texture of the feathers and the teeth and tongue. Also quite an obscure theropod! Highly recommended.

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