Some Johnson solids
Besides the families of Platonic and Archimedean solids, prisms, and antiprisms, there are 92 convex polyhedra with all their faces being regular polygons, which are called Johnson solids.
Many of these are fragments or variants of the said families, while a few of them have totally different shapes. A complete list with tridimensional models for all of them can be found at MathWorld and many other sites. We are including here only those which we use in other constructions: