BEAR - A1109637 - - Manhattan TO BE DESTROYED 05/10/17 A volunteer writes: Bears come in all shapes and sizes and we have a uniquely beautiful specimen right here at the Care Center, he’s big and bouncy and wears the most delicious color combo of all–snow white with chocolate spots! This Bear doesn’t believe in doing things by halves and whether it’s going for a walk, hugging on humans or meeting other dogs in the yard, he wears his big heart on hi
Iskra Specimen: The second typeface in our series of fold-out specimens is Iskra, by Tom Grace. It is an unusual sans serif surfing along the borders of utilitarian and decorative. The specimen has been designed by Olga Benešová, featuring samples of the full family including Cyrillic versions.
Attractive specimen featuring golden Calcite crystals surrounded blue Fluorite cubes! This is a eye catcher and the Calcite tips are complete and in excellent shape. The Fluorite cubes are surrounded on all sides, making for a beautiful combo and display. From the Bethel Level Green Tracts, Cave-in-Rock District, Hardin County, Illinois. Measures 5.7 cm by 5.3 cm by 4 cm in total size. Circa 1950's to early 1960s - Ex. Bynum Mineral Collection
Tulips Stepping stones Suggestion: partially bury stepping stones for stability and prevent accidents. Stepping stones through a garden is attractive and functional - enhanced eye appeal and for a person to garden and stay out of any wet soil.