2021 UK Temnodontosaurus CERTIFIED BU 50p
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2021 UK Temnodontosaurus CERTIFIED BU 50p

Own the 2021 UK Temnodontosaurus 50p – the first coin in the 2021 series from The Royal Mint which celebrates Mary Anning’s incredible fossil discoveries on the Jurassic Coast and the mighty creatures that once ruled the seas and skies.

Issued in partnership with the Natural History Museum

Temnodontosaurus is one of the largest ichthyosaurs to be discovered, the first of which was found by Mary Anning in Lyme Regis, Dorset.

This apex marine predator hunted in the deep ocean millions of years ago, but now this prehistoric beast has been brought to life once more – its likeness captured in exquisite detail on this 50p.

What’s more, this coin has been issued in collaboration with the Natural History Museum so it’s certain to be popular with fossil fanatics and collectors alike!

Secure yours today – JUST £4.99 (+p&p)

The 2021 UK Temnodontosaurus 50p has been issued in superior Brilliant Uncirculated quality, meaning it has been specially struck and carefully handled to avoid the scratches and chips found on circulating coins.

It has then been protectively encapsulated in Official Change Checker packaging with the all-important security hologram to guarantee its quality forever.

Add the 2021 UK Temnodontosaurus 50p to your collection, in superior Collector Quality, for JUST £4.99 (+p&p) – click 'Add to Basket' now!



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Order Ref 185/415F/0

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: United Kingdom
  • Year of Issue: 2021
  • Coin Diameter: 27.30mm
  • Coin Weight: 8.00g
  • Obverse Designer: Jody Clark
  • Reverse Designer: Robert Nicholls
  • Metal: Cupro-Nickel
  • Finish: Brilliant Uncirculated

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.