Category: Sinclair

Ankylosaurus (Dinoland by Sinclair)

Although their figures are often confused with the famous Marx line of dinosaurs, Sinclair’s Ankylosaurs has its own share of unique features.

Brontosaurus (Sinclair Dinoland)

Sinclair’s Brontosaurus and its plastic compatriots are time capsules to a moment of zeitgeist in paleo pop-culture, and stand as charming testaments to the evolving nature of paleontology and memorabilia.

Stegosaurus (Sinclair Dinoland)

Although Sinclair’s figurines all resemble their giant sculpture counterparts to some degree, the Stegosaurus is perhaps the most strikingly close of them all, with more grace than typically seen in other artwork for the time.

Trachodon AKA Edmontosaurus (Dinoland by Sinclair)

Sinclair’s Trachodon captures a moment of history in dinosaur pop culture and science which is gradually growing farther and farther away, but its imagery remains pervasively iconic.

Triceratops (Dinoland by Sinclair)

The Sinclair Triceratops might look quaint to collectors spoiled modern toy brands, but it’s a very charming little model that’s capably made for its time.

Tyrannosaurus (World’s Fair Mold-A-Rama model by Sinclair)

By forumite Foxilized (edited by Horridus) Historical background The oil company Sinclair (USA) was, since its very beginnings in the new born 20th century, closely related to dinosaur imagery. They chose a “Brontosaurus” –yes, not the deceptive one but the thunder lizard instead- as the main logo to sell their oil. The reason was because …

Tyrannosaurus rex (Dinoland by Sinclair)

Sinclair’s unique figurine was probably one of the finest renditions of the tyrant lizard king a child could ever hope to own in 1964, and remains a fine piece of vintage even today.