Deep within the mountain kingdom of Erebor a lake of gold and precious jewels laps at the green stone pillars of the ancient Dwarf city.
Innumerable coins of Dwarven mint lie piled so deep that a Dragon the size of Smaug the Terrible can swim among them like a giant red serpent.
Stamped in the gold smithies of a long-dead Dwarf king, they glitter like so many dew-kissed autumn leaves lying thick upon a bleak forest floor, a sad, twinkling monument to a once proud race made humble by the great worm.
Coin #2 in the series is a decagonal shape and features a ship under sail on one side and an image of the Arkenstone on the back. It measures 40 mm across.
The coin is an exact replica, drawn from a mold of the original coin created for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug by the 3 Foot 7 Art Department.
Made from metal (zinc alloy) plated to look every bit as precious as if it were made of solid gold.
It comes packaged with a backing card in a zip-loc bag and you can order up to 10 coins and only pay shipping for one.
So far Weta has released the following coins in this series:
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I just bought the 2nd 4th and 5th coin and they are... Read more.
I just bought the 2nd 4th and 5th coin and they are not the same as the 1st coin they are made from a different metal and the gold plating they use is different too.i now have 4 coins and it looks like 1 does not belong. Hide.
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I just received the 2nd-5th coins in this series, and I don't... Read more.
I just received the 2nd-5th coins in this series, and I don't know why people are complaining about them. Yes the coins are thinner/smaller than the 1st one; but did it ever occur to you that they might be different denominations? So of course they might be different sizes. They are well made props, have a nice feel in the hand and the copyright mark is not that noticeable. I love my coins and if more become available in the future I will purchase them. My mom even loves them. Excellent product and super fast shipping. Hide.
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