Rivendell™ Golden Moon
A Golden Moon of Rivendell
This unique Elvish coin from Rivendell, or Imladris in Sindarin, is shaped like a crescent moon. It depicts the Rivendell valley, flanked by waterfalls, containing the ancient trees of silver and gold and the three Silmarils, represented as stars. The text in Tengwar translates from Sindarin to "Elrond Peredhil, Lord of Rivendell, The Last Homely House East of the Sea" and includes the date, TA 2941, the year that Thorin and Company meet Elrond at Rivendell before continuing on to The Lonely Mountain.
This Rivendell™ Golden Moon from the world of J. R. R. Tolkien is struck from solid Brass, measures 3.17 cm in diameter, and weighs about 6.3 grams. Includes a 30" antique bronze cable chain with clasp. Coin artwork by Dylan Craig and 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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Beyond the appealing shape, rounded edge, and elegant yet simple design; it is too much fun to place a set of 3 on a table and simply enjoy playing with the moon shapes and how they fit together.
I purchased this coin through the add-ons for a Kickstarter project and I must say it is my absolute favourite from the Middle Earth collection. Once again Shire Post Mint delivers an epic coin worthy of the Tolkien legacy.