The Mary Anning Collection continues with the second of three coins celebrating one of Britain’s greatest fossil hunters. Taking its place alongside Temnodontosaurus is Plesiosaurus, another mighty marine reptile that terrorised the seas.
Limited Edition 50,000
THREE COIN SERIES
£1,065* per coin - £3,195* Full series price
£67.50* Per Coin - £202.50* Full Series Price
£62.50* Per Coin - £187.50* Full Series Price
£20.00* Per Coin - £60.00* Full Series Price
£10.00* Per Coin - £30.00* Full Series Price
In 1828, Dimorphodon was the first flying reptile to be discovered and identified in Britain. Returning to rule the skies, it takes flight on a new 50p coin, which concludes this three-part collection celebrating Mary Anning’s remarkable discoveries.
Tales of the Earth continue with The Mary Anning Collection, a celebration of one of Britain’s greatest fossil hunters. The first coin in the collection features Temnodontosaurus, and you can take home Plesiosaurus and Dirmorphodon if you sign up for the collection.