“RARE!! GREAT WHITE SHARK HEAD MOUNT (Carcharodon carcharias) with a GENUINE GREAT WHITE SHARK JAW
This mounted great white shark head was caught by Clive Green in April of 1975 off the coast of Albany Australia. The shark weighed 2622 pounds and measured 15’9″. The actual jaws were used in this mount– the teeth are REAL. The fiberglass head is professionally done, extremely realistic, superb coloration. This shark also has the distinction of being the last legal great white shark jaw/mount exported from Australia to the U.S. under the Environment Australia Management Authority. Copies of this Export/Import CITES permit are included with this purchase.
… We have consulted with several experts in the field to determine the true value of this most rare item. We were advised there were two ways to do this: ONE being the removal of the jaw from the mount (taking approximately 6 months and $3500 to accomplish)…
OPTION TWO: Selling it as a rare one-of-a-kind collectible, leaving it intact, which we have decided to do. Out of respect to the shark, we felt this was the most honorable thing to do.
$19,500 plus actual Fedex insured freight.
Mounted on varnished solid wood display piece, weighs 73 pounds. Measures 34″ tall x 30″ wide x 35″ from wall mount. Largest primary teeth measure a full 2-1/16″ long.”
From Tell Me Where on Earth.com