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2012 Sold Out Canadian Coloured Dinosaur Coin Using Glow-in- The-dark Technology For Sale
1st in the series, 1st in this technology on coins, and sold - out at the Royal Canadian MINTAGE of only 25000 value is increasing with subsequent series mint that has just come out!!The first dinosaur to be commemorated in this new series of four coins is the Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai. This dinosaur is named after the Alberta science teacher, Al Lakusta, who discovered a rib fragment from the dinosaur while out hiking with a friend. When the area was finally excavated 13 years later, paleontologists discovered 3500 bones and 14 skulls. This discovery has since been determined to be the richest horned dinosaur bed in the world. You can read more about Al Lakusta and the Pipestone Creek Dinosaur Initiative, to be completed by the end of 2012, here.
Royal Canadian Mint - Glow-In-The-Dark Dinosaur Quarter
The Royal Canadian Mint is using photo-luminescent technology that won’t wear off to create these coins. After “charging” the coin in sunlight, fluorescent, or incandescent light for 30-60 seconds and placing it in the dark, the glowing dinosaur skeleton will be revealed. The minting is limited to 25,000 coins worldwide.
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2012 Sold Out Canadian Coloured Dinosaur Coin Using Glow-in- The-dark Technology: $91