"The Lord of the RingsTM" Samoa 1/2 $ 2022 Silver Plated base metal Coin with 24 K Gold plating

Price:
29,90 €
Qty.: - +
Face Value: 1/2 Dollars
Weight: 31,1 g
Metal: Basemetal, Silver 999 plated, 24 G Gold plating
Diameter: 41 mm
Quality: Proof - like
Issuing Country: Samoa
Year Date: 2022
24K Gold Plating
Mintage; 50 000

“THE LORD OF THE RINGSTM™“ 31 G BASEMETAL COIN 2022

Officially licensed affordable coin with iconic design and pure Silver Plating - additionally upgraded by the 24K Gold Plated ring.

Officially licensed “The Lord of the RingsTM“ product – a perfect timing regarding the launch of the first upcoming eight-episodes TV series expected to premiere on Prime Video on September 2, 2022.

This stunning collector‘s item comes in a “The Lord of the RingsTM“ single blister packaging and makes it a perfect low budget gift product!
Similar products
Year 2018
Value: 5 Euro
Composition Trimetallic: copper-nickel core, plastic middle ring and copper-nickel outer ring ((Cu 81%, Ni 19% / orange polymer / Cu 75%, Ni 25%))
Weight 9.00 g
Diameter: 27.25 mm

Obverse
At the core the German eagle, the mint letter and the date. The outer circle shows the face value, the name of the Federal Republic of Germany and the 12 stars of the European Union.
2018
BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND

Engraver: Stefanie Radtke

Reverse
A herd of goats under the shade of a tree and a barren landscape with only a few patches of grass depicting the typical flora and fauna of the subtropical climate zone.

Lettering: SUBTROPISCHE ZONE

Translation: Subtropical zone

Engraver: Patrick Niesel
29,00 €
Denomination: 50p
Maximum Coin Mintage: Unlimited
Alloy: Cupro-nickel
Weight: 8.00 g
Diameter: 27.30mm
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated
Year 2020

Winnie the Pooh is the much-loved, ‘silly old bear’ who has won over the hearts of generations of readers. Now, Pooh Bear is starring on a coin struck by The Royal Mint for the first time, and he’ll soon be joined by more of his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood.

Pooh has been captured in one of E. H. Shepard’s original illustrations enjoying a ‘smackeral’ of honey, joined by a friendly bee – a detail that you’ll spot on the other coins in the series.

This coin is a purely commemorative edition so you won’t find it in your change. Each coin comes with a fold-out wallet where you can find out more about Winnie the Pooh, his friends and the Hundred Acre Wood
17,00 €
Canada’s Coat of Arms turns 100. Proclaimed by King George V in 1921, Canada’s Coat of Arms first appeared on the 50 cent coin in 1937. Today, the 50 cent coin is an annual issue that is rarely found in circulation, but its limited mintage and heraldic art make it a favourite among collectors.
Country Canada

Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 6,9 g
Diameter: 27.13 (mm)
Quality: Unc

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canada's Coat of Arms with this 50 cent coin. Modern reproductions of the very first coin to feature Canada nation's coat of arms: the 50-cent coin issued in 1937. With a historic effigy on the obverse, and an early version of the coat of arms on the reverse, each coin represents history. It's our way of paying tribute to a 100-year-old emblem that has a place of honour on Canada's coins.


The original coat of arms coin design from 1937.
Canada's coay of arms turns 100. This coin is modern reproductions of the 50-cent coin issued in 1937. It was the first coin to feature Canada's Coat of Arms, which was originally adopted 100 years ago (1921) by proclamation of King George V.
Just like the 50-cent coin issued in 1937, the coin feature the effigy of King George VI by T. H. Paget and a pre-1947 inscription.

Your coins feature G. E. Kruger Gray's simplified version of Canada's Coat of Arms that first appeared on the 50-cent circulation coin in 1937. Each obverse features the historic effigy of King George VI by T. H. Paget and the inscription "GEORGIVS VI:G:REX ET IND:IMP" (George VI, by the grace of God, King and Emperor of India), as seen on all Canadian coins issued that year.

Did you know?
Adopted by proclamation of King George V in 1921, the Arms of Canada first appeared on the 50-cent coin in 1937. Seen here, the original design was a simplified version that remained in use until 1959, when it was replaced by Thomas Shingles' modified coat of arms.
5,00 €
Denomination: 5 £
Alloy: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 28.28 g
Diameter: 38.61 mm
Year: 2021

The first coin in a collection honouring ten heraldic Royal Beasts
Celebrate the matrimonial union of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour
Commemorate the heraldic beasts of the Tudor dynasty

The first coin in the Royal Tudor Beasts Collection features the Seymour Panther, which was given to Jane Seymour by the king from the royal treasury of beasts. Depicted with flames coming out of its mouth and ears and known for its intoxicating fragrant breath, the fiery beast represents the union between a committed consort and a mighty monarch.
25,00 €
Face value: 5 €
Diameter: 34 mm
Weight: 19.1 g
Metal: Brass
Mintage: 35,000

3. coin from the series “Fauna and Flora of Slovakia”.

14,90 €