The Lost World Collection from Patriot Coins returns with the antique edition of the Velociraptor! This remarkable round is made from genuine .999 pure silver and features this legendary dinosaur with antique visuals for a unique, vintage aesthetic. The Lost World Collection is off to a blazing start and continues its momentum with this stunning release. Today, 1 oz Antique The Lost World Collection Velociraptor Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available in a blister card with Certificate of Authenticity details!
- Exciting new entry in The Lost World Collection!
- Mintage limited to just 5,000 rounds worldwide!
- Includes an antique finish.
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- The obverse depicts a velociraptor in left-profile relief.
- On the reverse is the Lost World Collection logo.
- Made in the USA.
When you order 1 oz The Lost World Collection Velociraptor Rounds, they will arrive to you housed inside sealed blister packs. This packaging includes a QR Code on the back side that can be scanned to verify your round. Each of these pieces is part of a limited 5,000-round mintage produced by Patriot Coins in the USA.
The obverse of 1 oz The Lost World Collection Silver Rounds contains a close-up view of a velociraptor. This fearsome dinosaur is shown facing left, which is the series indicator that it is a carnivore. Inscriptions along the rim read Velociraptor, followed by the Latin genealogy reading Inae, Idae, Poda, Sauri, Din, Cho, Anim.
On the reverse face of 1 oz Antique Velociraptor Silver Rounds, you will see the official series logo. This includes a series of dinosaur footprints and various leaves scattered across the ground. In the center of the field are the words Lost World Collection. The weight, purity, and metal type are also shown along the lower rim.
When it roamed the earth between 71 and 75 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period, the velociraptor stood out for its sleek, minimal frame, powerful claws, and fierce intelligence. These dinosaurs also would move in packs, which made them quite terrifying if you happened to be their latest prey. Based on fossil evidence, scientists currently recognize two species of velociraptor: V. mongoliensis and V. osmolskae. The fossil remains also indicate that the velociraptor likely occupied the border between modern-day China and Mongolia.
Please contact JM Bullion if you have any questions about these silver rounds. You can call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or email us directly.