Raven of New Dale Wax Seal Coin


City by the Lonely Mountain

Made in the style of the coin minted in year 4 of the Fourth Age, 84 years after the death of the dragon Smaug in the city of New Dale. It commemorates the intelligent raven chief Roäc, son of Carc, who spoke to Thorin Oakenshield and told him of Smaug’s death. 

The inscriptions carved in Elder Futhark runes indicate the fourth year of the Fourth Age.

The Raven of New Dale Wax Seal Coin from the world of J. R. R. Tolkien is struck from solid magnetic stainless steel, measures 2 cm in diameter, and weighs about 5.8 grams.



Coin designed and engraved by Tom Maringer. 

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  • Magnetic Steel Wax Seal Coin
  • Magnetic handle and glue are not included.


"Shire Post Mint", “Middle-earth”, “The Lord of the Rings”, and the characters, events, items and places therein are trademarks of Middle-earth Enterprises, LLC used under license by Maringer Studios LLC dba Shire Post Mint. All Rights Reserved.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Great Stamp

I really like the Raven of New Dale stamp. It was a little bit smaller than I expected, but it is beautiful. There is a lot of relief and excellent detail.

Gillian G.

Beautiful rendering ---exceeds expectations. I'm starting a collection of these seal coins which was not the plan lol.

Jeffrey B.
Wax seal

This is another wonderful product of the Shire Mint !!

Each order comes packed with a handwritten envelope sealed with wax straight from Shire Post Mint! Unless changed, we will hand write the name of the person listed in the Shipping Address.

If ordering a gift or if you'd like to customize your handwritten name, please include the recipient's name in the Personalization Options field as you complete your order.

One envelope is included in your order, if you would like to purchase additional handwritten Gift Envelopes, you can find them here.

Shire Post Mint coins are struck one at a time in West Fork, Arkansas, USA using solid metals, hand-engraved designs, antique machinery and traditional coining techniques. For antiqued coins, the coloring/patina process is done by hand, and it is both an art and a science so coins will vary slightly. Our unique packaging includes a description of each coin and translations if applicable.

We collaborate with many artists to create our coins. Learn more about our artists.

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