Anyway, here's some more non-figure stuff, starting with some delightfully retro postcards I unearthed. These first few seem to be part of a set - they all have the same look about them. Let's start with Tyrannosaurus himself!
Some other miscellaneous ones - Dimetrodon and Triceratops
Finally a couple bought at the Natural History Museum during the '90s, both T. rex of course.
Now for something completely different...a couple of plush toys I own. The one on the left is a roaring (well...actually it sounds exactly like a cougar growl) Tyrannosaurus apparently made by a company called "Great American Fun" (in China). I bought it at a Dinamation event as I recall. The one on the right is an early-'90s PG Tips promotional item - the sort where you had to send off a stack of tokens. As such he has the 'PG' logo on his chest. As a kid I christened him 'T. Tips' (full first name - Tearannosaurus).
Finally a couple of shots of that Castagna T. rex.
I used to have that Dimetrodon card. As you can probably see when you lay all the cards down together they formed like a mural, supposedly showing the passage of time throughout the Permian through to the Cretaceous, thought actually it just showed a couple of iconic beasties.
Used to love the art work despite how outdated the Dinos were though. The T.rex picture was great - if I remember rightly, he was actually stepping on an Ornithomimid's tail to stop him from running away, kinda like something you see in Tom and Jerry.
Adult female T.rex locked in a paddock somewhere near the nest