3 Gram Silver Samoa Lord of the Rings Notes - Silver.com™
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3 Gram Silver Samoa Lord of the Rings Notes

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A unique series of silver notes from Samoa is celebrating worlds of the imagination that have helped shape popular culture and inspired millions of fans around the world. The third entry in that series is the 3 Gram Silver Samoa Lord of the Rings Note, a commemoration of the most famous fictional works of J.R. Tolkien, now available to you from Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Arrives in an official Lord of the Rings-branded envelope with protective blister packaging!
  • Third silver note in a new series of fantasy collectibles from Samoa!
  • Proof-like visuals with vivid colorization on the reverse!
  • Limited issue of just 20,000 notes worldwide!
  • Contains 3 Grams (.09645 Troy oz) of .999 pure silver.
  • Face value of 1 Dollar (WST) issued by the Samoan government.
  • On the obverse is a profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Reverse features a rendition of the One Ring of Power from the books.

The Silver Samoa Lord of the Rings Note is available to you in an officially-branded envelope that ships inside protective blister packaging, fully insured against loss or damage by Silver.com. Its proof-like visuals offer frosted designs with mirror-like fields and vivid colorization on the reverse, and it carries a face value backed by Samoa as legal tender. Its lack of an issue date is an allusion to the timeless nature of the stories to which it pays tribute.

J.R.R. Tolkien was a major scholar of Anglo-Saxon and Old English whose love of both history and linguistics showed through in his fiction, starting with The Hobbit before he released his most famous novel trilogy, The Lord of the Rings, in the mid-Fifties. The rich detail of the fantasy world of Middle Earth, combined with Tolkien’s talent for using that setting to tell moving and thrilling tales, made the trilogy an iconic touchstone for fantasy for decades afterward, helping to define the modern genre.

The obverse features a classic profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the Ian Rank-Broadley design that identifies legal tender in Commonwealth countries around the globe. The image is joined by the Samoan coat of arms and the inscriptions “SAMOA,” “AG .999 3G,” and “1 DOLLAR.”

The reverse is designed around colorized artwork of the One Ring of Power as portrayed in the book trilogy and in Peter Jackson’s turn of the century film adaptation. It’s accompanied by English and Elvish inscriptions of the famous quatrain attached to the fateful object along with the title inscription “The Lord of the Rings.”

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Additional information

Weight 0.09600 oz

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Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Purity:  .999

Condition: Uncirculated

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Presentation Packaging

Weight:  .0964 Troy Ounce

Dimensions:  150 x 70 mm

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