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Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Gandalf

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Shown Left Bottom: Gandalf
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Second in the order of the Istari to Saruman, Gandalf is one of five Wizards dispatched to Middle-Earth in the early parts of the Second Age. While second in power to Saruman, Gandalf is considered by most to be the wisest of the five wizards. While forbidden to match Sauron's power with equal power, Gandalf is charged with indirectly guiding the peoples and events of Middle-earth into the attempted overthrow of Sauron.

Figurines in this series were released for sale in 2001 and are 2-4 inches in height. There are 25 pieces in this series. No photo of Shelob is currently available.

 

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Sauron Sauron
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Originally a servant to Morgoth, Sauron becomes a Dark Lord in his own right by the Second Age of Middle-Earth. Capable of appearing in fair or foul form in his earlier years (he would sometimes take the form of a huge wolf), he uses this ability to trick the rulers of the free peoples of Middle-earth into accepting rings of power. Each of these rings is secretly under the dominion of a ring he makes for himself, the One Ring. Once his plans for dominion are laid bare, the free peoples join in a Last Alliance before the Gates of Mordor in an attempt to overthrow Sauron. It is there, on the Dagorlad plains, that Isildur cuts the ring from Sauron's hand. Now robbed of his capacity to take fair form, he is significantly robbed of his powers...for a while. In the later parts of the Third Age he once again begins to take shape and power. Making a minor fortress for himself in Dol Guldur in the south of Mirkwood, Sauron rebuilds Mordor and the Barad-Dur.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Aragorn Aragorn
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Raised from birth in Rivendell, Aragorn was given a false name in his youth to disguise the fact that he was the last heir to Elendil. Once a man his true nature and lineage were revealed to a few trusted peoples. He then found himself roaming Middle-earth as a Ranger of the North, a Captain of the Dunedain. As a Dunedain, Aragorn aided many Kings including Thengel (Father of Theoden) and Ecthelion (Father of Denethor). Not until the War of the Ring did Aragorn reveal his true lineage to all....including Sauron.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Balrog Balrog
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Originally summoned by Morgoth to aid him in the War of the Jewels, Balrogs were numerous. When Thangorodrim was broken and Morgoth cast into The Void one Balrog, at least, this Balrog...survived. Attempting to survive the fate at hand, this Balrog fled to the roots of the Misty Mountains. There it stayed for ages until the Dwarves, mining for Mithril, loosed it again upon Middle-Earth.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Treebeard Treebeard
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This venerable Ent of Fangorn plays a very key role in the War of the Ring. It is his meeting of the Hobbits, Merry Brandybuck and Pippin Took, on the eaves of Fangorn, that unleash the eventual demise of Saruman. Calling for an Entmoot in Derndingle, Treebeard gathers an army of Ents who go on to destroy the formidable fortress of Isengard. Though Orthanc itself is unbreakable, the Ents manage to trap Saruman within its walls. Aided by Quickbeam, and other Ents and Hourns, Treebeard will cannot be overlooked in lore of Middle-earth.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Galadriel Galadriel
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Keeper of a Ring of Power, Nenya, Galadriel uses to her powers to veil Lothlorien from Eye of Sauron. Ruling Lothlorien with her husband Celeborn they manage to keep the Golden Wood free of evil for ages. Depicted in this figurine, she stands above "The Mirror of Galadriel" preparing it for Frodo Baggins gaze and "explaining" to the gentle Hobbit that his offer to give her the One Ring was short-sighted.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Theoden Theoden
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Son of Thengel, and King of Rohan, Theoden is ensnared by Sarumans spells and poisoned, in spirit, by the machinations of Wormtongue. As the War of the Ring draws near Gandalf, Aragorn, and Legolas arrive at Meduseld after their epic pursuit of the Hobbits across Rohans plains. It is Gandalf, now Gandalf the White, who sees the hand of Saruman behind Théoden's presence upon the throne. Theoden is then freed of Sarumans influence and regains his former self. With events of great magnitude upon him, he leads the people of Rohan to Helms Deep and victory, then leads the Rohirrim on an epic ride to Gondor. It is there that Theoden meets his end, upon the Pelennor Fields, under his horse Snowmane.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Elrond Elrond
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Elrond has experience in dealing with Sauron. It was in the battle that marked the end of the Second Age, on the Dagorlad Plains before the Gates of Mordor, that Elrond, then a Captain of the High Elves under the banner of Gil-Galad, first confronted the minions of Sauron. With Sauron at least temporarily dispatched, Elrond takes up residency in Rivendell. By the end of the Third Age, his refuge of Rivendell is being referred to as "The Last Homely House in the West" and is refuge for all manner people who seek healing.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Gollum Gollum
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The tale of Gollum is perhaps the most tragic tale of Middle-Earth in the end of the Third Age. Born Smeagol, in a community of people very similar to Hobbits, Gollum is shunned very early on by his village. Though he does not know or understand why, it is the influence of the One Ring on his character and his behavior. With few options, he hides himself and his "Precious" deep under the Misty Mountains.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Bilbo Baggins Bilbo Baggins
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An unusual Hobbit by Shire-folk standards, Bilbo Baggins lives at One Bagshot Row, Hobbiton. It is there that Gandalf first pays him a visit that unleashes monumental events upon Middle-earth. It starts small, with a simple journey to retrieve stolen gold for the Dwarfs of the Lonely Mountain. Did I mention the Dragon? Oh well, small detail. Gandalf proceeds to invite a company of Dwarves over for tea and cakes. Headed by Thorin Oakenshield, these dwarves enlist poor Bilbo Baggins into the plot to overthrow Smaug as a burglar. Though initially skeptical of his skills, the dwarves grow more confident in him as events transpire. Once on the doorstep of the Lonely Mountain the dwarves are actually relying on his skills as a burglar. Did I mention the Ring? Oh well...small detail. Once this mission is complete, Bilbo is held is very high esteem by the Dwarves of Erebor, and he retires back to his quite life n Hobbiton. In a few years time he adopts his nephew Frodo to live with him and be his heir. He leaves Frodo his ring. This is no small thing. Did I mention Sauron wants the ring back? Oh well....small detail.

Danbury Mint Merry Brandybuck Merry Brandybuck
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Born in Buckland, on the banks of the Brandywine River, Merry Brandybuck was close friends with Pippen Took and Frodo Baggins. Originally, he was part of the conspiracy of friends that helped Frodo "move" to Crickhollow on the edge of the Old Forest. Once the Hobbits reveal that they had always known Frodo was leaving the Shire, and they were going along, Merry proves to be somewhat "adventurous" himself. While in Rivendell he studies maps and lineages and takes the whole thing very seriously. After the War of the Ring, Merry becomes master of Brandybuck Hall, and a very esteemed member of his community in Buckland.

Danbury Mint Pippen Took Pippin Took
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Born in Tuckborough, Pippin Took was one of the two younger Hobbits to accompany Frodo Baggins on his great journey to Mordor. Like Merry Brandybuck, Pippin Took accomplishes tasks well above his stature during the War of the Ring. Following the war, he is Knighted by King Elessar (Aragorn) and takes a place of honor in the annals of the Hobbits of the Shire.

Danbury Mint Frodo Baggins Frodo Baggins
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While Frodo is certainly a Baggins, he is actually the nephew of Bilbo Baggins. Adopted by Bilbo after his parents tragic death, Frodo fits in well with his uncle, having the somewhat unusual character trait (for a Shire Hobbit) of being adventurous. When Gandalf discovers the true nature of the ring left to Frodo he compels the Hobbit to leave the Shire and use the excuse of moving to Crickhollow as the reason for his departure. With Sam Gamgee, his faithful gardener, and the two younger Hobbits, Frodo embarks on a journey that is well documented in movies and literature. As a ringbearer Frodo eventually departs Middle-earth for the Undying West with the remaining High Elves.

Danbury Mint Uruk-Hai Uruk-Hai
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Born of foul breeding practices, the Uruk-Hai of Isengard possess traits that separate them from the standard issue Mordor Orcs. They are not cowed by sunlight and are much hardier than their diminutive cousins. This is exactly what Saruman desires in his army. Using the ancient Numenor stronghold of Orthanc as his base, Saruman breeds these Uruk-Hai to do his bidding.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Eowyn Eowyn
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Having been born into the royalty of Rohan, Eowyn yearns for great feats upon the battlefield. It is her uncle Theoden that keeps her in check...for a while. In one of the finest displays of courage, Eowyn disguises herself as one of the Rohirrim and engages herself in everything from the famous "Ride of the Rohirrim" to her epic deeds on the Pelennor Fields. This figurine depicts that moment on the Pelennor Fields where Eowyn engages the mighty Witch-King of Angmar. The outcome is worthy of many songs.

Danbury Mint Sam Gamgee Sam Gamgee
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Sam Gamgee is a gardener. Delighting in all things that grow, he cares little for news of events from outside his gardens. Employed by his friend Frodo Baggins, Sam lives with his "Old Gaffer" at the end of Bagshot Row. Given a choice Sam would have nothing to do with the events that transpire late in the Third Age of Middle-Earth. That being said, Sam Gamgee proves himself worthy of the trust Gandalf places in him as he accompanies Frodo to Mordor. It could even be argued that Sam is the true hero once the pair get into Mordor. Depicted in this figurine Sam prepares to draw his sword.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Gimli Gimli
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Gimli, Son of Gloin. Gloin had grown in importance in Erebor after that "whole thing with the dragon". Because of this Gloin had been summoned to the Council of Elrond in Rivendell. Gimli was brought along to accompany his father. At the Council, Gimli became enlisted as a member of The Fellowship of the Ring. Wielding a hefty double-edged battle-axe, Gimli would prove to be an integral part of the company. After the War of the Ring, Gimli goes on to become the Lord of the Glittering Caves of Aglarond. While an unfamiliar place to those who have only seen the movie, these caves are where the people of Rohan were stashed away behind the fortress of Helms Deep.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Legolas Legolas
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This figurine shows Legolas poised to load an arrow onto his mighty bow. Born a prince of the Woodland Realm of Mirkwood, Legolas was present at Rivendell when the Council of Elrond took place to inform Elrond that Gollum had escaped from the confinements of the Wood-elves in Mirkwood. During the Council Legolas was recruited into The Fellowship of the Ring. His eyesight and bow would prove invaluable on more than one occasion. Riding down the mighty Anduin River on the boats gifted to the company by Galadriel of Lothlorien, it was a very dark night when Legolas alone saw something flying through the air and he shot it. Some conjecture that he shot a Fell Beast out from under the newly re-formed and re-armed Nazgul.

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings Gorbag Gorbag
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Gorbag was a Mordor Orc employed as a sergeant in the Tower of Cirith Ungol garrison of Mordor. He smelled.


Danbury Mint Nazgul Nazgul
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This figurine depicts one of the Nine Nazgul, or Ringwraiths. Originally a King of men, Sauron trapped these Kings into submission by offering them power in the form of a ring. Over the ages they "faded" into the apparitions most are familiar with. Having become tools of terror for Sauron they are set loose upon Middle-Earth to do his bidding. Unfortunately for the Hobbits, this means acquire something called a "Baggins" in the "Shire". Wearing only Black robes to appear to all as the people they once were, these Nazgul are actually invisible to the naked eye. As Frodo later discovers they become very visible when wearing the One Ring.

Danbury Mint Boromir Boromir
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Second only to the tale of Gollum in its tragedy, as told in The Lord of the Rings, is the tale of Boromir. A mighty warrior and son of the Steward of Gondor, Denethor. He arrived in Rivendell at the behest of his father to gain answers to a riddle. Once there he is enlisted in the Fellowship of the Ring as a second representative of the race of Men. His obvious physical prowess and stature as a warrior were seen as a necessity by Gandalf and Elrond. Only Galadriel could see the torment of his heart. Torn between serving his fathers wishes and serving the Council, Boromir is weakened of spirit by the time the company reaches Amon Hen.

Danbury Mint Denethor of Gondor Denethor
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Son of Ecthelion the Second, Denethor is the Steward of Gondor and father to both Boromir and Faramir. Much sadness surrounded Denethor, the death of his wife, the dwindling of his city, the knowledge of Gandalf's plan to reinstate Aragorn at the throne. This made him stern and unyielding in his rule as Steward. But Denethor was of true Numenorean blood and could see much of what transpired around him. Perhaps this strength and sight is what ultimately proved to be his undoing. Possessing a Palantir, he was manipulated into grief by the visions Sauron direct his gaze upon, feeding him false and misleading information as to the true strength of Mordor. This figurine depicts his ultimate demise as he seeks to whimilate himself and Faramir on a pyre of his own making.

Danbury Mint Faramir of Gondor Faramir
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Faramir is a wise and noble Captain within the armies of Gondor. Son of Denethor, and brother of Boromir, Faramir lacked the physical stature of his warrior brother. This he made up for in wisdom and intelligence. His role in the Rangers of Ithilien was to harass the enemy on the Harad Road, which is where Frodo, Sam, and Gollum run into Faramir and his Rangers. Being aware of his fathers visions, and the death of his brother, it was lucky that Faramir would be the wisest of the three kin. Having taken Frodo and Sam into The Window of the West, Faramir chooses to let Frodo and Sam go. After the War of the Ring, Faramir is wed to Eowyn of Rohan and the two remain happy.

Danbury Mint Saruman Saruman
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Initially Saruman is head of his order, the Istari. Having been sent to Middle-earth to counter to the growing power of Sauron, it was the task of the five wizards to guide the free peoples in defense against Mordor. Forbidden from meeting Sauron's power with equal power, the wizards used wisdom and argument to guide events to the best potential outcome. Saruman proved to be unfit for the task. Even in the beginning of his task he seemed more interested in acquiring power for himself. This thirst for power would eventually be his undoing.


Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Frodo Baggins

Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Gandalf

Danbury Mint Lord of the Rings "Nine Walkers" Figures Series

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Shown Left Top: "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Frodo Baggins
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2002
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
6 inches
Design by: John Woodward

Shown Left Bottom: "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Gandalf
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2002
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
10 inches
Design by: John Woodward

 

Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Aragorn "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Aragorn
2002
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
8 3/4 inches
Design by: John Woodward
Hand-painted



Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Sam Gamgee Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Sam Gamgee Certificate of Authenticity "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Sam Gamgee
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
Design by: John Woodward
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Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Gimli Danbury Mint Gimli COA "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Gimli
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
Design by: John Woodward
Hand-painted, Issued with certificate of authenticity





Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Pippen Took Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Pippen Took Certificate of Authenticity "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Pippin Took
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
Design by: John Woodward
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Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Merry Brandybuck Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Merry Brandybuck CoA "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Merry Brandybuck
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
Design by: John Woodward
Hand-painted, Issued with certificate of authenticity




Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Boromir Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Boromir Certificate of Authenticity "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Boromir
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
Design by: John Woodward
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Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Legolas Danbury Mint Nine Walkers Legolas Certificate of Authenticity "Nine Walkers" Series - The Fellowship of the Ring; Legolas
£49.90 in UK, £72 outside UK
Design by: John Woodward
Hand-painted, Issued with certificate of authenticity