RIVENDELL™ MITHRIL™ Blue Moon Necklace
A Blue Moon of Rivendell
This unique crescent moon coin come from Rivendell (Imladris in Sindarin), during the rule of Elrond™. They depict the Rivendell valley, flanked by waterfalls, containing the ancient trees of silver and gold and the three Silmarils, represented as stars.
On the reverse, the Sindarin text inscribed in Tengwar reads, “Elrond Halfelven, Lord of Rivendell and of the Last Homely House East of the Sea, 2941”. TA 2941 is the year that Thorin Oakenshield™ and company meet Elrond at Rivendell before continuing on to The Lonely Mountain.
The coins are struck in varying metals to distinguish their denominations. The Copper Moon is the smallest denomination, followed by the Silver Moon, and the Golden Moon. The Mithril Moon is the largest denomination, worth ten times as much as the Golden Moon.
This Rivendell Mithril Moon Necklace from the world of J. R. R. Tolkien is struck from solid niobium and anodized a deep and lovely blue. Necklace chain is 30", black-plated stainless steel. Color may vary slightly per batch. It measures 3.17 cm in diameter, and weighs about 6 grams. Coin designed by Dylan Craig and engraved Woody Maringer.
Coins are struck one at a time in the USA using antique machinery and traditional coining techniques. A colorful description is included with history, translations, and facts about the coins.
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.
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