Though not the largest of the dinosaurs, the Parasaurolophus was still quite impressive at a length of 33 feet and a weight of over 5000 pounds. This majestic creature is now featured on the latest round in the Lost World Collection from Patriot Coins. This series includes all of your favorite dinosaurs and aims to instill a newfound sense of awe and wonder over life on planet earth in the Mesozoic Era. Today, 1 oz The Lost World Collection Parasaurolophus Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Delivered in a flip, tube of 20, or box of 500 rounds!
- All-new round in The Lost World Collection!
- Consists of 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- A Parasaurolophus features in the obverse design.
- On the reverse side is the official Lost World logo.
- Made in the USA.
All 1 oz The Lost World Collection Parasaurolophus Rounds were produced by Patriot Coins, a private company located in the United States that is responsible for some of the more thought-provoking series on the market today. These rounds will arrive to you housed inside individual plastic flips. Alternately, multiples of 20 ship in tubes while orders of 500 arrive in a box.
The obverse of these Lost World Collection Silver Rounds features a close-up view of a Parasaurolophus. This exceptional design beautifully captures the textures of her skin with almost photo-realistic attention to detail. The dinosaur is shown in right-profile relief, which is an indicator that this genus is herbivorous. Along the rim, you will find the name of the dinosaur as well as genealogy details.
On the reverse side of 1 oz Parasaurolophus Silver Rounds, there is a depiction of the official Lost World Collection logo. Featured on all rounds in this series, this design contains a variety of foliage and dinosaur footprints that surround an inscription reading Lost World Collection. The weight, purity, and metal type are also shown on the field’s rim.
When dinosaurs first roamed Earth during the Triassic Period, the planet contained one supercontinent known as Pangea. Dinosaurs in this period (which included the Alwalkeria, Asylosaurus, and Eoraptor) occupied this single continent until it was broken apart by the movement of the planet’s tectonic plates caused by heat from radioactive processes. From there, dinosaurs were scattered across the globe, which is why we have found some fossil remains in North America, while others are in areas like Europe and Asia.
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