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Eye of Sauron Iron Coin
Eye of Sauron Iron Coin
Shire Post Mint

Eye of Sauron Iron Coin

$ 16.00

About This Precious…

The Lord of Mordor™ sees all...

Used by the minions of Sauron within Mordor, which also known as Orodruin. The Eye of Sauron depicts a crude eye surrounded by runes meaning "OBEY MORDOR". On the reverse, the text "ORODRUIN" surrounds an image of the nefarious mountain.

Artwork by Greg Franck-Weiby.

This coin is treated to look as if they have been handled and circulated. This process is done by hand, and it is both an art and a science. Coloring and patinas will vary. No two coins are exactly the same! They 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 coin.

  • Solid iron

  • .9" diameter, weighs 7 grams

  • Blackened and waxed to stay looking good with daily carry
Tom Maringer, previously a swordsmith, began making coins in 2003 for George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. Yes indeed, a genuine Game of Thrones sword/coinsmith made this. We know, we're dead from nerdgasm too.
About the Brand
FROM

Springdale, Arkansas

About the Brand

Shire Post Mint aims to keep traditional coinmaking alive. Designs are hand-engraved into tool steel, the design is hardened, then mounted into an antique coin press, and struck into solid metals like copper, bronze, silver, iron, brass, and niobium. The coins are antiqued to perfect the patina and give them a lovely softness in the hand. Read the rest of the Shire Post Mint story here.

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Shire Post Mint

Eye of Sauron Iron Coin

$ 16.00
Eye of Sauron Iron Coin
Eye of Sauron Iron Coin
Eye of Sauron Iron Coin
About This Precious…

The Lord of Mordor™ sees all...

Used by the minions of Sauron within Mordor, which also known as Orodruin. The Eye of Sauron depicts a crude eye surrounded by runes meaning "OBEY MORDOR". On the reverse, the text "ORODRUIN" surrounds an image of the nefarious mountain.

Artwork by Greg Franck-Weiby.

This coin is treated to look as if they have been handled and circulated. This process is done by hand, and it is both an art and a science. Coloring and patinas will vary. No two coins are exactly the same! They 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 coin.

  • Solid iron

  • .9" diameter, weighs 7 grams

  • Blackened and waxed to stay looking good with daily carry
Tom Maringer, previously a swordsmith, began making coins in 2003 for George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. Yes indeed, a genuine Game of Thrones sword/coinsmith made this. We know, we're dead from nerdgasm too.
About the Brand
FROM

Springdale, Arkansas

About the Brand

Shire Post Mint aims to keep traditional coinmaking alive. Designs are hand-engraved into tool steel, the design is hardened, then mounted into an antique coin press, and struck into solid metals like copper, bronze, silver, iron, brass, and niobium. The coins are antiqued to perfect the patina and give them a lovely softness in the hand. Read the rest of the Shire Post Mint story here.