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HADROSAURUS SCULPTURES

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The 2003 resin/bronze sculpture (left) of Hadrosaurus foulkii sells for $69 plus $6.00 shipping or total $75.00. The new 2012 Anniversary Edition (right) sells for $125 plus $12 shipping or total $137.00. Either can be purchased via PayPal or are available for local pick up in Haddonfield. Contact GiannottiStudios@Hotmail.com or call 856-795-8580

Giannotti Studios announces an Anniversary Edition resin/bronze statuette of HADROSAURUS FOULKII, each hand-signed by John Giannotti, sculptor of the full-size bronze of the dinosaur that stands in the center of Haddonfield, New Jersey. The new edition is a little over 7 inches tall and 10 inches in length and replicates the pose and rocks-and-water-fountain base of Haddonfield's full-size bronze sculpture. Also available is a smaller 4-inch resin/bronze statuette originally issued in 2003, the year that the bronze "Haddy" was erected.

This photo shows the new 7-inch in height and 10-inch in length Anniversary Edition alongside an original resin statuettes from 2003, the year the bronze "Haddy" was erected.

Both depict the famed dinosaur as it would have looked during the Cretaceous era when it lived along the coast of what is now southern New Jersey.

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Views of the new 10-inch-long Anniversary Edition statuette from both sides.

The Giannotti dinosaur sculpture in the middle of Haddonfield has become a widely-recognized symbol of the Borough and a major Southern New Jersey landmark. The historic fossil it depicts was excavated from a local marl pit in 1858 at a time when almost nothing was known about the actual anatomy of dinosaurs. The find ultimately triggered excavations across the continent that provided physical evidence of the extraordinary nature and diversity of these unique prehistoric beasts.

Aside from being the first nearly complete dinosaur skeleton ever discovered anywhere in the world, Hadrosaurus foulkii is also the first dinosaur ever mounted in a museum anywhere in the world and the official fossil of the State of New Jersey.

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