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PostSubject: Re: Carnegie Collection 2014 25th Anniversary Tyrannosaurus rex-Owners here?   Mon Feb 03, 2014 12:18 am

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Once you get a hold of one,you will not be disappointed.I have one (it looks exactly like the one Scott took pictures of) and I think this is the best Tyrannosaurus rex toy since the one from Battat in the 90's. Very Happy 

I agree John! It's a great Tyrannosaurus and I personally favor it over anything the major toy companies have put out previously -- including Safari (either Carnegie or Wild Safari) and Papo (and Schleich, mojo, collecta, and bullyland too). It's really lovely.

And it's a LOT cheaper that the Battat model is (currently). I think I saw the battat on eBay for over $200 recently.
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PostSubject: Re: Carnegie Collection 2014 25th Anniversary Tyrannosaurus rex-Owners here?   Tue Feb 04, 2014 10:55 pm

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Once you get a hold of one,you will not be disappointed.I have one (it looks exactly like the one Scott took pictures of) and I think this is the best Tyrannosaurus rex toy since the one from Battat in the 90's. Very Happy 

I agree John! It's a great Tyrannosaurus and I personally favor it over anything the major toy companies have put out previously -- including Safari (either Carnegie or Wild Safari) and Papo (and Schleich, mojo, collecta, and bullyland too). It's really lovely.

And it's a LOT cheaper that the Battat model is (currently). I think I saw the battat on eBay for over $200 recently.
I've seen those very high prices for the Battat one too,that's why I'm happy that I was able to get one when they first came out for about 9 dollars or so. Very Happy 
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PostSubject: Re: Carnegie Collection 2014 25th Anniversary Tyrannosaurus rex-Owners here?   Wed Feb 05, 2014 3:12 am

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Once you get a hold of one,you will not be disappointed.I have one (it looks exactly like the one Scott took pictures of) and I think this is the best Tyrannosaurus rex toy since the one from Battat in the 90's. Very Happy 

I agree John! It's a great Tyrannosaurus and I personally favor it over anything the major toy companies have put out previously -- including Safari (either Carnegie or Wild Safari) and Papo (and Schleich, mojo, collecta, and bullyland too). It's really lovely.

And it's a LOT cheaper that the Battat model is (currently). I think I saw the battat on eBay for over $200 recently.

Scott, thanks to your references and provided link, I checked out the photos of the two new Kintos, and they are both incredible, especially the unfeathered one. I've never acquired any Kinto figurines, but maybe that will change now... cheers 
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PostSubject: Re: Carnegie Collection 2014 25th Anniversary Tyrannosaurus rex-Owners here?   Wed Feb 05, 2014 5:07 am

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:

Once you get a hold of one,you will not be disappointed.I have one (it looks exactly like the one Scott took pictures of) and I think this is the best Tyrannosaurus rex toy since the one from Battat in the 90's. Very Happy 

I agree John! It's a great Tyrannosaurus and I personally favor it over anything the major toy companies have put out previously -- including Safari (either Carnegie or Wild Safari) and Papo (and Schleich, mojo, collecta, and bullyland too). It's really lovely.

And it's a LOT cheaper that the Battat model is (currently). I think I saw the battat on eBay for over $200 recently.

Scott, thanks to your references and provided link, I checked out the photos of the two new Kintos, and they are both incredible, especially the unfeathered one.  I've never acquired any Kinto figurines, but maybe that will change now... cheers 

Oh that makes me really happy Phil! I like those T. rex figures quite a bit.
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