I also have a Sinclair ephemera collection from the 1960's - which includes some dealer items: "Free Dino Soap" dealer poster, "Trip n Travel /Prize-o-Rama" dealer poster, '59-'66 Annual Reports, Mini Bag of Dinos promo sheet, and a consumer Dinosaur Stamp album/booklets '59.
I also collect all ephemera related to the 1964-65 New York World's fair Sinclair Dinoland exhibit: all 13 official Postcards, "Thanks for Visiting Dinoland - Free Gallon" coupons, "Exiting World of Dinosaurs" Brochures ('64-65, '66, '67), "I Visited Dinoland" stickers, "Dino News" (published by Sinclair) cross section of press coverage for 1963-64, Magazine Articles and Ads about/advertising Dinoland, Jay DeBow Press Packet with 8x10 glossy's covering Dinosaur Barge ride down Hudson River to the World's Fair, "Dinoland Model Unveiling" brochure, and an early version brochure called "Dinosaur Watchers Guide", plus hundreds of images of the Dinoland dinosaurs from when they were first created at Louis Paul Jonas Studios - down the Hudson River - in Dinoland during construction before the World's Fair was opened - and many color images of them at the fair while open - as well as many images of the "Dinoland on Tour" exhibits at malls and parking lots across the country in 1966 and 1967.
I know my Sinclair smalls and ephemera collection is tiny in comparison to the collections that many of you have posted pics of here, but at this point in time I don't have the necessary funds or space required to get the big signs and cans that I envy all of you guys for having. I'm glad this site exists so I can at least see them all. Thanks for posting !!
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