Own the colour-printed UK Dimorphodon Silver Proof 50p
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Own the colour-printed UK Dimorphodon Silver Proof 50p

Fossil hunter Mary Anning is responsible for some of the most significant Early Jurassic discoveries. An unsung hero at the time, The Royal Mint has confirmed a BRAND NEW UK 3-Coin 50p series to celebrate her legacy and discoveries.

The THIRD reptile to feature in The Mary Anning Collection is the Dimorphodon – a primitive flying reptile that had a wingspan of up to 1.7 metres. 

Expertly struck from .925 silver to a flawless proof finish, the creature on this 50p has been designed by renowned British palaeo-artist Robert Nicholls and is brought to life with selective colour printing.

SELL-OUT on the cards – 7,000 available worldwide

Importantly, JUST 7,000 single coins have been authorised for release worldwide.

This is surely not enough to meet demand. You see, the Megalosaurus Silver Proof 50p was also issued with the SAME 7,000 edition limit and it completely SOLD OUT at the Mint within days.

All signs suggest we will see another sell-out here.

Order yours for The Royal Mint’s official issue price

If you’re quick, you can secure one for your collection for The Royal Mint’s official issue price of JUST £67.50 (+p&p).

But considering the rapid sell-out history of previous silver proof 50ps you’ll have to take urgent action to avoid disappointment. Tomorrow could be too late. 


If you want to own all three Colour Silver Proof 50p coins in the Mary Anning collection, click here>>

Order Ref 185/975V/9

Specifications

  • Country of Issue: UK
  • Year of Issue: 2021
  • Coin Diameter: 27.3mm
  • Coin Weight: 8g
  • Obverse: Jody Clark
  • Reverse: Robert Nicholls
  • Metal: .925 Silver
  • Finish: Proof
  • Edition Limit: 7,000

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.