Edmontonia was a heavily armoured herbivore, depicted here in full colour by the Royal Canadian Mint.
This dinosaur was one of the last herbivores of the Late Cretaceous era. It's heavy armour, protected it from predators, while it's wide body and slow moving, short legs led to this species being referred to as tank-like.
The reverse of this coin features a highly detailed, colourized image of Edmontonia standing with it's head down and tail in the air. The dinosaur is standing in a forest clearing, doubtless trying to figure out which bit of flora will make up it's next meal.
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 Edmontonia in a forest scene and the words "Canada 10 Dollars 2016"|
|Royal Canadian Mint|