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Downies Collectables  |  SKU: 31442

Australian Dinosaurs 2022 $1 Uncirculated Four-Coin Collection

$13.95 AUD
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  • Comprising four dinosaur themed coins in Uncirculated quality.
  • Struck by the Royal Australian Mint.
  • Legal tender of Australia - spans 25mm in diameter.

Captured in these four aluminium bronze coins is a slice of Australia’s dinosaur history dating back to the Cretaceous Period – an epic 66 million to 143 million years ago! While the dinosaurs’ names are quite a mouthful, you’re bound to recognise Australia’s largest dinosaur, the Diamantinasaurus matildae, which was a whopping 16 to 20 metres long, or maybe the Kunbarrasaurus ieversi, which was covered in bony armour. Skeletons of both these species have been found in Queensland, along with the carnivorous and frightening-looking Australovenator wintonensis. Completing the collection is an elaphrosaurine theropod, which was discovered in Victoria and thought to enjoy a plant-based diet. Each coin gives a nod to the creatures that inhabited Australia long before humans and will no doubt be a catalyst for much discussion as collectors discover more about these magnificent animals.

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Downies Collectables

Australian Dinosaurs 2022 $1 Uncirculated Four-Coin Collection

$13.95 AUD

Captured in these four aluminium bronze coins is a slice of Australia’s dinosaur history dating back to the Cretaceous Period – an epic 66 million to 143 million years ago! While the dinosaurs’ names are quite a mouthful, you’re bound to recognise Australia’s largest dinosaur, the Diamantinasaurus matildae, which was a whopping 16 to 20 metres long, or maybe the Kunbarrasaurus ieversi, which was covered in bony armour. Skeletons of both these species have been found in Queensland, along with the carnivorous and frightening-looking Australovenator wintonensis. Completing the collection is an elaphrosaurine theropod, which was discovered in Victoria and thought to enjoy a plant-based diet. Each coin gives a nod to the creatures that inhabited Australia long before humans and will no doubt be a catalyst for much discussion as collectors discover more about these magnificent animals.

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