Limited-edition bronze Albertosaurus made during the 1980s by David Thomas for sale at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. The figure is a miniature version of Dave’s actual-sized bronze Albertosaurus (nicknamed “Alberta”) statue made to stand — facing off “Spike,” Dave’s Pentaceratops — outside the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque.
Picture (below) of Dave’s life-sized Albertosaurus from a local Albuquerque brochure.
Souvenir postcard (signed on the back by Dave) showing some of David Thomas’ prehistoric-animal sculptures.
Below, publicity photo and postcard showing “Spike” outside the museum in 1985, before the arrival of Dave’s Albertosaurus.