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1995 Acme Studios The Carnegie Museum of Natural History Trading Cards
 
Black & White Card
Source: The Dinosaur Fan Collection
Color Card
Source: The Dinosaur Fan Collection
Lapel Pin Offer Card
Source: The Dinosaur Fan Collection
Packaging (Cardboard Box)
Source: The Dinosaur Fan Collection

     
Set ID:1045
Issuer:Acme Studios
Year:1995
Country:United States
Product Category:Cards
Product Function:Education
Topic:Extinct Life
Size (Inches):37 @ 2-3/4" x 3-3/4"
Qty. Album Pages:N/A
 
Qty. Master Set *:37
Qty. Base Items **:36
Qty. Filler Items ***:1
Qty. Variations ****:0
Qty. Item In Scope #:37
Qty. Item Out Scope ##:0
Qty. Item TBD Scope ###:0
      * Master Set (i.e., all items including fillers & variations)
    ** Basic Advertised Set
  *** Filler Items (e.g., checklists, title cards, ad. cards)
**** Variations (e.g., different numbering, text, design)
    # Items directly related to extinct life
  ## Items that are not directly related to extinct life
### Items I have not seen so I do not know if they are relevant
 
These cards were sold as a boxed set at the gift shop of The Carnegie Museum of Natural History and includes a mixture of black & white and color photographs of several of the museum's fossils and fossil reconstructions. There are 36 different animals plus an un-numbered offer card for an enamel Tyrannosaurus lapel pin. The Protoceratops card which should be #34 has the number 3 printed on its reverse. I do not know if this was ever corrected.
 
 
 
Base Set Checklist
Click Imageto Zoom DB IDNumberNotesQtyCaption/DescriptionSubjectFantasy LifeIn ScopeDF Collection
350261 1EdaphosaurusEdaphosaurus
 
350272 1DryosaurusDryosaurus
 
350283 1CamposaurusCamposaurus
Camptosaurus
 
350294 1PterodactylusPterodactylus
 
350305 1RhamphorhynchusRhamphorhynchus
 
350316 1GyrodusGyrodus
 
350327 1BelemnobatisBelemnobatis
 
350338 1StenopterygiusStenopterygius
 
350349 1ClidastesClidastes
 
3503510 1LariosaursLariosaurus
 
3503611 1CamarasaurusCamarasaurus
 
3503712 1CorythosaurusCorythosaurus
 
3503813 1DiplodocusDiplodocus
 
3503914 1TyrannosaurusTyrannosaurus
 
3504015 1TriceratopsTriceratops
 
3504116 1AllosaurusAllosaurus
 
3504217 1DiplodocusDiplodocus
 
3504318 1AegerAeger
 
3504419 1ProtostegaProtostega
 
3504520 1Ammonite  
3504621 1AncylocerasAncyloceras
 
3504722 1ApatosaurusApatosaurus
 
3504823 1AllosaurusAllosaurus
 
3504924 1TyrannosaurusTyrannosaurus
 
3505025 1StegosaurusStegosaurus
 
3505126 1ApatosaurusApatosaurus
 
3505227 1DiplodocusDiplodocus
 
3505328 1HyracotheriumHyracotherium
 
3505429 1DolichorhinusDolichorhinus
 
3505530 1ParamylodonParamylodon
 
3505631 1StenomylusStenomylus
 
3505732 1MegalocerosMegaloceros
 
3505833 1SmilodonSmilodon
 
3505934 1ProtoceratopsProtoceratops
 
3506035 1MammuthusMammuthus
 
3506136 1MoropusMoropus
 
 
 
Filler Checklist
Click Imageto Zoom DB IDNumberNotesQtyCaption/DescriptionSubjectFantasy LifeIn ScopeDF Collection
3988337 1Lapel Pin Offer CardTyrannosaurus
 
 
 

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