NYC Museum Stegosaurus Skeleton model kit 1/25Glencoe
Back in the 1950s, ITC made a kit based upon the skeleton in the New York City Museum of Natural History. In fact, when the museum was in the process of redoing their exhibit, the person working with the disassembly of the Stegosaurus exhibit made the scale patterns for this kit directly from the bones being removed and tagged for later reassembly. These kits were later sold at the museum for patrons to have a souvenir of their visit.
Kit is molded in tan styrene and is comprised of 37 parts.
Skeletal structure comprises large individual bones and subassemblies of smaller bones.
Includes display base in addition to all of the bones. A nicely illustrated instruction sheet walks you though the seven steps to having a Jurassic Park star on your bench.