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Dimorphodon (pterodactils) -- Book plate was published in 1911 in London. -- Antique print. Natural by CastafioreOldPrints on Etsy.

Dimorphodon (pterodactils) -- Book plate was published in 1911 in London. Natural by CastafioreOldPrints on Etsy.

Turok: Son Of Stone - defender of the Lost Valley from #dinosaurs. Gold Key #comics, March 1966

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Turok: Son Of Stone - defender of the Lost Valley from Gold Key March 1966

Jurassic dinosaurs - Camarasaurus & Allosaurus

Jurassic dinosaurs Camarasaurus supremus and Allosaurus fragilis by dinosaur artist Josef Moravec. View the collection of Jurassic dinosaurs presented by Dinosaur Corporation.

"Pencil on paper, 20" x 12", late 1965. An early, rough sketch for a poster design for One Million Years BC. The way in which my films were promoted has always been important to me . . .  so I would occasionally sketch a poster design and show it to the producer . . . In the end Hammer decided this picture would be sold best by concentrating on Raquel Welch’s assets rather than those of dinosaurs." - Ray Harryhausen in The Art of Ray Harryhausen

“Pencil on paper, x late An early, rough sketch for a poster design for One Million Years BC. The way in which my films were promoted has always been important to me and I have taken a.

In celebration of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s birthday, have a look at these illustrations from the original serialization of his novel “The Lost World.”

A Rookery of Pterodactyls

In celebration of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s birthday, have a look at these illustrations from the original serialization of his novel “The Lost World.

Wonderful, Beautiful, and Strange Finds : Illustration by Joseph Clement Coll for Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost World, 1912.

Wonderful, Beautiful, and Strange Finds : Illustration by Joseph Clement Coll for Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost World,

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Classics Illustrated Special issue Prehistoric World

Dinosaur cleaning day at the Crystal Palace c.1927

Dinosaur cleaning day at the Crystal Palace Back Scrub por Fox Photos en Getty Images

Dakosaurus: The Theropod-Headed Sea-Croc. | Size: 15 feet (4.5 meters). | Time Period: The Late Kimmeridgian to Early Berrasian Stages of the Late Jurassic to Earliest Cretaceous. | Locale: Fossils referable to Dakosaurus have been found in England, France, Germany, Poland, Argentina, Mexico, Switzerland, and Russia.

Dakosaurus: The Theropod-Headed Sea-Croc. - 15 ft, Late Jurassic to Earliest Cretaceous. Fossils referable to Dakosaurus have been found in England, France/Germany/Poland/Russia /Argentina, Mexico, Switzerland

1833 reconstruction of the dinosaur Iguanodon by George Scharf for Gideon Mantell. Apparently one of the oldest reconstructions of a dinosaur (before "dinosaur" was even coined). HD

1833 reconstruction of the dinosaur Iguanodon by George Scharf for Gideon Mantell. Apparently one of the oldest reconstructions of a dinosaur (before "dinosaur" was even coined).

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