Commode as it comes from the original French is quite acceptable for a cabinet. Unfortunately, it has attained associations with the chamber pot here in Britain since the Victorian age. But I thought it safe enough to refer to it in the same light as Libra did. ;D
Just found some very old pictures again :oThat´s how my collection looked about 20 years ago - in a cabinet ( ;D)from my childhood days. Notice the Nintendo Game Boy advertising I posted at the closet on the left. ;D
You didn't call yourself "Libraraptor" for nothing! Although I've already read that it cannot translate properly into "Book raptor". Anyway, you really have a nice library there. Nice to see Wellnhofer's Pterosaur Encyclopedia and of course his Archaeopteryx bible. And Ernst Probst's "Deutschland in der Urzeit", a true gem (I guess it's harder to get than, say seven years ago when book stores were throwing it after their customers). And there are so many more good ones, of course.
Horridus: German is a strong language and sometimes you can use it for very explicit expressions. And I love the german language ability to link words together so that a new word comes out. "Abendfrieden" is one of the nicest words, and there is no real English translation- yes, "peace in the evening", but that does not describe the mood the German word means. There are lots of examples.
therizinosaurus: It´s the "Monster in my pocket" mammoth.
postsaurischian: little sweet Inpro mammoth - it looks like a dog wedding its tail!
I was looking at your collection thread recently and saw your pterosaur collection. It's very nice and large, but I noticed that the WS Rhamphorhynchus is missing! If you are still missing this figure, I have one I can sell to you for a total of $14 (shipping costs to Germany included). Are you interested? Thanks.