Society of Medallists, #128, Tyrannosaurus Rex obverse design

Society of Medallists, #128, Tyrannosaurus Rex obverse

The most awe inspiring and well know of all the dinosaurs, "T-Rex" was a predator/scavenger that lived in the Late Cretaceous in North America.

Tyrannosaurus Rex reverse

Society of Medallists, #128, Styracosaurus obverse

Although a herbivore, probably a real challenge for a predator to bring down with its array of spikes and horns. Lived in the Late Cretaceous in North America.

Styracosaurus reverse

Society of Medallists, #128, Pteranodon

Technically not a dinosaur, this flying reptile soared in the skies of the Late Cretaceous in North America.

Pteranodon reverse

Society of Medallists, #128, Stegosaurus

One of the most iconic and popular dinosaurs, Stegosaurus sported a double row of plates on its back and tail which may have been a thermoregulatory mechanism. Late Jurassic, North America.

Stegosaurus reverse

Society of Medallists, #128, Deinonychus

My personal favorite, Deinonychus was a man sized predator that hunted in packs. Early Cretaceous, North Americca.

Deinonychus reverse

Society of Medallists, #128, Diplodocus

A huge sauropod, at 85 feet in length, had a long whiplash tail that it used for defense against predators. It lived in North America in the Late Jurassic.

Diplodocus reverse