Royal Mint Experience
|Strike Your Own Coin||Start||End||Units|
|Last round pound||18/05/2016||31/12/2016||40,848|
|Isaac Newton 2017||14/10/2017||31/12/2017||4,957|
|Isaac Newton 2018||01/01/2018||18/03/2018||20,826|
|Britannia £2 2018||19/03/2018||18/05/2018||6,426|
|Royal Wedding £5||19/05/2018||20/05/2018||508|
|Britannia £2 2018||21/05/2018||30/09/2018||12,651|
Strike your own Iguanodon 50p
31st July - 24th September 2020
In 1822 Mary Mantell found a fossilised tooth embedded in the rocks by the side of the road near Lewes in Sussex. Her husband Dr Gideon Mantell, an amateur palaeontologist, realised it belonged to a giant extinct reptile which he named Iguanodon in 1825.
Iguanodon lived during the Early Cretaceous period, 140–110 million years ago. Reaching a length of about ten metres, Iguanodon probably walked on both two and four legs. It may have used its thumb spike to fend off predators or prepare its food.
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