This new series of colourized coins realistically depicts life in pre-historic Canada millions of years ago.
The first Styracosaurus fossils were found in 1913 in modern-day Dinosaur Provincial Park. This herbivore roamed the land during the Late Cretaceous period, and is thought to have traveled in large herds.
The reverse features a three quarter frontal view of Styracosaurus roaming through the semi-tropical vegetation that it called home. It's imposing visage is frightening, even though this beats had no teeth!
A perfect coin for collector's or young dinosaur lovers, don't hesitate to order your coin today!
This coin is encapsulated and held within an RCM branded clamshell.
|Julius Csotonyi (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)|
|Effigy of Queen Elizabeth II and the words "Elizabeth II D.G. Regina"|
|Colourized Styracosaurus in a forest and the words "Canada 10 Dollars"|
|Royal Canadian Mint|