T-Rex Emblem $9.50 Here’s a nice simple emblem, a T-Rex eating a fish. Even gigantic carnivores need a healthy lunch to continue evolution! Kids like this one because it looks like the dinosaurs they love. Religious zealots like it because they can see a critter just like this at the Creationist Museum. Unfortunately some of the them feel such as strong tie with the “fish” design, they feel threatened by this one. Oh well, they should get over it. This car emblem comes with an adhesive tape attachment. For $1 more we’ll add a magnet that will hold it to a refrigerator or file cabinet. I use the magnetic backing on rental cars too. Dimensions approx. 5-1/2″ x 3-1/2″

T-Rex Emblem .50 Here’s a nice simple emblem, a T-Rex eating a fish. Even gigantic carnivores need a healthy lunch to continue evolution! Kids like this one because it looks like the dinosaurs they love. Religious zealots like it because they can see a critter just like this at the Creationist Museum. Unfortunately some of the them feel such as strong tie with the “fish” design, they feel threatened by this one. Oh well, they should get over it. This car emblem comes with an adhesive tape attachment. For more we’ll add a magnet that will hold it to a refrigerator or file cabinet. I use the magnetic backing on rental cars too. Dimensions approx. 5-1/2″ x 3-1/2″

  • Two-way tape for mounting on cars or other smooth surfaces

Here’s a nice simple emblem, a T-Rex eating a fish. Even gigantic carnivores can eat a healthy lunch!
Dimensions approx. 5-1/2″ x 3-1/2″

List Price: $ 9.49

Price: $ 9.49

Printed Gas Coupons for Official City Cars During the Fuel Crisis. A City Commissioner Shows the Coupons That Were Used in February, 1974. Each Coupon Allowed Five Gallons at City Pumps Only 02/1974

Printed Gas Coupons for Official City Cars During the Fuel Crisis. A City Commissioner Shows the Coupons That Were Used in February, 1974. Each Coupon Allowed Five Gallons at City Pumps Only 02/1974
Coupon

Image by The U.S. National Archives
Original Caption: Printed Gas Coupons for Official City Cars During the Fuel Crisis. A City Commissioner Shows the Coupons That Were Used in February, 1974. Each Coupon Allowed Five Gallons at City Pumps Only 02/1974

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13036

Photographer: Falconer, David

Subjects:
Portland (Multnomah county, Oregon, United States) inhabited place
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

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