This design by Everhart was chosen as the 125th issue of the prestigious Society of Medalists series.
Its obverse bears a Tyrannosaurus Rex with dragonfly in foreground, tree ferns, volcano, and Triceratops in background; three Pterosaurs flying overhad.
The reverse shows a fossilized skeleton in rough rock.
Everhart created a beautiful medal that picked up on the Dinosaur craze that went along with the first Jurassic Park movie. It was deservedly very popular.
He also had an interesting explanation for his design choice for the medal's two sides. As Everhart explained in the brochure accompanying the medal:
"A medal offers a creative advantage that is not present in conventional sculpture, in that it can exhibit the fourth dimension - time. The two sides of a medal may show two parts of the same story separated by a few seconds, minutes, or days."
However, in this case, millions of years separate the obverse from the reverse.
The medal measures 90mm x 87mm and was produced by the Medallic Art Company of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Its mintage is not reported.