dinosaur

Collectors, you’re in luck. You won’t have to travel back to Jurassic times to get your hands on a velociraptor cage.

In fact, the genuine prop, which was used in the 1993 blockbuster hit Jurassic Park, is up for auction. But the bidding price is already up to almost $100,000, reports one website.

And if your client doesn’t have a dinosaur handy, don’t worry because the prop comes with a full-sized (fake) velociraptor.

So is the investment worth it? Maybe, if your client is a fan of the movie and enjoys collecting props.

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Originally published on Advisor.ca
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