Part I: Sorry, the mold is not known to survive and no replicas were made. :( Here's a few photos of the original mold and the movie appliances anyway so you can dream of what might have been.
Part II: Horror Sanctum Studios, an early pioneer in the replica business, released "Inbred" way back in 1981, reassembling the original facial appliances worn by actor Warrington Gillette in the closing scenes of Friday the 13th part 2. Only three copies are known to survive, making this an incredibly rare piece. Estimated value about $2,000.
|An ad for HSS masks from the 1980's.|
|Two surviving "inbred" masks.|
Part III: An FX company called MEL Inc. has evidently claimed their part 3 Jason bust descends from the part 3 movie mold, although how much (if any) of its Jason bust is actually original is anyone's guess. Nonetheless, a beautiful and incredibly rare piece. These busts are expensive and the MEL Inc. seems reluctant to make them, but if you can get your hands on one, you are a very lucky collector.
|The elusive MEL Inc. Part 3|
Part IV: Ryan Bean's Bloody Ending II comes straight from a movie mold stunt mask that was sold through a horror magazine ad back in the 1990's. The Bloody Ending II is currently sold as a blank for $250, cast in translucent, flesh toned resin in life size. The only movie mold part 4 replica currently on the market.
|Bloody Ending II (2017)|
|From stunt mask to retool to resin final version|
The widely coveted "Mangler" though it suffers from a bad seam and molding, among other flaws, is also a descendant of this mold, being a direct casting of the dummy that took the machete to the chest near the end of the film. (Said dummy is currently owned by Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett). A few Manglers were produced by members of Tom Savini's FX team in the 1990's and sold to collectors before Savini himself sold the source dummy.
|The Mangler. Man those teeth suck and it's a shrunk piece but pretty cool anyway.|
Part V: It is likely that the cowl worn by Tom Morga as both Jason and Roy Burns was either the same one worn by Ted White in part 4, or a recast of that, which makes it the same mold origin as the Bloody Ending II and Mangler. No recasts of part 5 movie pieces survive, but artist Justin Mabry is known to own a casting of actor Dick Wieand's face that was used in the film. Man, a replica of this would be awesome HINT HINT.
Part VI: Horror Sanctum Studios produced a limited run of movie mold replicas from the Dan Bradley version of the undermask back in 2012. Cast directly off a movie mold piece owned by collector Billy Kirkus, the pieces are said to run a little small, but are nonetheless coveted by serious Jason collectors. HSS also produced a run of coffin dummies in 2011 from the movie dummy. Both pieces sold for $500 each.
|Left: The HSS Bradley. Right: The HSS Coffin Dummy.|
Part VII: The Silver Shampain Novelties "New Blood", produced back in 2009 has a face and neck that descend from a surviving cast of the original facial appliances and dentures used in the film; the rest of the head is a resculpt by one of the artists that worked on the original. This was the first Jason piece I ever bought. I think they ran about $250, and were made as wearable masks, rather than strictly display busts.
|The SSN New Blood (2009)|
A more recent version of this design is the incredible "museum bust" produced as a limited run of 13 by Brad Hardin in 2016. Same molds, but the teeth were recast and look much better than they did on the SSN New Blood. $900 a pop, but hot damn what a glorious piece.
Part VIII: The movie mask was sculpted by a Canadian FX team consisting of Tibor Farkas, Jamie Brown and Bill Terezakis. Farkas was known to keep copies of the face in his shop for several years, but according to his family the shop was liquidated after his death in 1999. No copies are known to survive.
|Farkas with a surviving Jason face from part 8, now in a landfill somewhere in Canada.|
Jason vs. Freddy: No known movie mold replicas exist.
Jason X: A face casting is known to exist in the hands of a private collector, which would be reeeeeeeally cool for someone to cast and sell copies of.
Remake: European movie prop collector Dirk Mueller is known to possess a cold-cast bronze bust of the movie sculpt purchased directly from FX artist Scott Stoddard. Although other collectors are known to have copies, this is a very rare high end item and few exist.