Labyrinth | Should You Need Us Wax Seal Coin Set of 2 with Gift Bag
Should You Need Us...
These designs have many uses. They can ensure protection on our communications or be a reminder of how connected we are to those we love, even when we cannot be near each other. A reminder of those who mean the most to us, or a friendship across space and time.
Should you need us… you are not alone. We are so much closer than you think!
- Stainless steel coins
- Comes wrapped in a folded paper envelope sealed with wax seal
- Includes cloth carrying bag with wax seal
- Magnetic handle sold separately
Each set features a portrait of Ludo, Hoggle, Sir Didymus, and Ambrosius together, engraved by Mintmaster Woody Maringer. The "Should You Need Us" text side was designed by Alexis Lampley and engraved by Warren Smith. Learn more about our artists.
Note—Each order comes packed with a handwritten envelope straight from Shire Post Mint. We will make this out to whomever is on the SHIPPING ADDRESS. If you are giving this as a gift and would like a different name on the envelope, please include the recipient's name in the Special Instructions field as you complete your order.
TM & © The Jim Henson Company/Labyrinth Enterprises. JIM HENSON’S mark & logo, LABYRINTH mark & logo, characters and elements are trademarks of The Jim Henson Company. Motion Picture © 1986 Labyrinth Enterprises. All Rights Reserved.
The latest add-on for the clever SPM magnetic modular wax seal kit, this is a nice double-pack giving both sides of the lovely new Labyrinth coin. (Which I am also delighted with.)
Simple to use and giving a good clear impression, the artwork is accurate and impressive - I'm still amazed at how detailed the SPM engravings are - and the quote is aptly chosen.
I hope this will be part of an ongoing Henson range.
Well made. Beautiful packaging. I am very happy with my purchase and excited to give my 2nd set as a gift!
So happy that you like it!
I love the Labyrinth and this beautiful stamp is filled with my favorite characters. The artwork is on point and beautiful. I did forget to buy my stamp handle though! Yikes!