Canada Releasing Second Glow in the Dark Dinosaur Coin

Yeah guys, second. The first coin in this series was of a Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai. This second coin Canada is releasing is of a Quetzalcoatlus — an old flying reptile that isn’t really a dinosaur, but kind of is.
The coins glow in the dark and expose the dinosaur’s skeleton. They’re worth 25 cents, but they cost $30 to actually have. Fair trade off if you ask me. 30,000 of this series of coins were made and are limited to only 3 per household.

Canada Releasing Second Glow in the Dark Dinosaur Coin

Yeah guys, second. The first coin in this series was of a Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai. This second coin Canada is releasing is of a Quetzalcoatlus — an old flying reptile that isn’t really a dinosaur, but kind of is.

The coins glow in the dark and expose the dinosaur’s skeleton. They’re worth 25 cents, but they cost $30 to actually have. Fair trade off if you ask me. 30,000 of this series of coins were made and are limited to only 3 per household.

A Little Bit on the Coin Side: People who are into designer toys tend to have the collector bug. Now these coins featuring designer coins can be collected. That’s like collecting collectables based on collectables. So meta. Each limited edition coin has a 1.5” diameter and double-sided art. The artists contributing to the first series are Andrew Bell, Joe Ledbetter, Frank Kozik, 64 Colors, and Scott Tolleson. Get them for $12 each at Myplasticheart.

A Little Bit on the Coin Side: People who are into designer toys tend to have the collector bug. Now these coins featuring designer coins can be collected. That’s like collecting collectables based on collectables. So meta. Each limited edition coin has a 1.5” diameter and double-sided art. The artists contributing to the first series are Andrew Bell, Joe Ledbetter, Frank Kozik, 64 Colors, and Scott Tolleson. Get them for $12 each at Myplasticheart.

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