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Tudor Mint Lord of the Rings Series 1

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Tudor Mint "Lord of the Rings" Figurine Collection - Series One

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These Lord of the Rings figurines (Series One) were originally issued beginning in 1991 and most in this first series were retired by 2001. They are made of a fine grade pewter mixed with silver, each included at least one Swarovski crystal, and they are relatively heavy. These pieces were made available for sale in most of the English speaking world.

Pictured Left: These pages were issued in a catalog as part of the first Lord of the Rings series.

 

Tudor Mint Frodo Baggins Frodo Baggins
Tudor Mint
$40
#5025
This Frodo Baggins figurine is surely from a scene in the Shire. Still in possession of his walking stick, Frodo gazes out across the lands. Son of Drogo, his parents are tragically killed while he is still young. Adopted by his uncle Bilbo, Frodo moves to Bag End. In time, Bag End and the Ring, would be left to him. Unaware of the significance of what his Uncle Bilbo Baggins has left him, Frodo Baggins places the entire Shire in danger with his continued presence there. Urged on by Gandalf, Frodo would pretend to move to a new home in Crickhollow, but this is really just a cover story for his need to leave the Shire.

Tudor Mint Bilbos Tale Bilbo's Tale
Tudor Mint
$40
#5026
This little sculpture shows Bilbo Baggins, hard at work at his desk, penning the story that would define his life. Bilbo's Tale takes him much longer to put on paper than it took him to live it. In fact, the book eventually begins to include the War of the Ring into its accounts, and Bilbo will leave it to Frodo and the other Hobbits of the Shire to finish. In a nice bit of scholarship it as actually Merry who makes a profound contribution the book that will eventually be called The Red Book of Wetsmarch.

Tudor Mint Gimli the Dwarf Gimli the Dwarf
Tudor Mint
$40
#5027
Gimli, Son of Gloin, is an esteemed Dwarf of Erebor. With Gloin having become an important Dwarf in The Lonely Mountain kingdom he sent as emissary to The Council of Elrond. Accompanying his father to Rivendell, Gimli is subsequently enlisted as a member of the Fellowship of the Ring to represent the race of Dwarves. This figure depicts Gimli holding his famous double-edged battle axe.

Tudor Mint Sam Gamgee Sam Gamgee
Tudor Mint
$40
#5028
Living at the end of Bagshot Row in Hobbiton, Sam Gamgee tends to his gardens and his Gaffer. Employed by Frodo Baggins the two Hobbits are close friends. It is the wisdom of Gandalf that sees the reasons to assign Sam to Frodo for the trip to Bree, and beyond. It is not hard to argue that Sam Gamgee is the true hero of the remaining tale once Gollum has betrayed them on Cirith Ungol and Frodo is stung by Shelob.

Tudor Mint Aragorn Aragorn
Tudor Mint
$40
#5029 This sculpture is of Aragorn, son of Arathorn. Raised in Rivendell by the Elves, his is given a false name in his childhood to keep his identity, as the last heir of Elendil, a secret from the spies of Sauron. It is not until The War of the Ring that Aragorn reveals his true identity. Taking a leadership role in the company of the Dunedain, Aragorn provides aid to the various Kings of Middle-Earth, including Thengol of Rohan and Ecthelion of Gondor.

Tudor Mint Orc An Orc
$50
#5030
This figurine depicts an Orc, presumably a Mordor Orc, since the label of Uruk-Hai is not attached to it. It was long ago that Morgoth the Enemy twisted elves into the dark breed known as Orcs. Intolerant of light, they live entirely in darkness, unless the will of their master compels them into the light.

Tudor Mint Legolas Legolas the Elf
$50
#5031
Son of King Thranduil, thus a Prince of Wood-elves in Mirkwood, Legolas is excellent shot with a bow. This sculpture depicts him holding his trusty bow while resting on the stump of a tree. His reasons for being in Rivendell for the Council of Elrond are not very clear, but since he is the son of King Thranduil, it is likely that he was sent as a representative of the Wood-elves to the meeting. Chosen to represent the race of Elves in The Fellowship of the Ring, Legolas makes many timely contributions in the War of the Ring.

Tudor Mint Mirror of Galadriel Mirror of Galadriel
$50
#5032
None but those invited may gaze into The Mirror of Galadriel, it is not for the faint of heart. This figurine depicts Galadriel preparing her mirror for use by Frodo Baggins soon after the Fellowships arrival in Lothlorien. The Mirror of Galadriel is very much like a Palantir, but because of Galadriel's powers, it is hidden from Sauron and its visions cannot be corrupted through his manipulation.

Tudor Mint Saruman Saruman
$65
#5033
Holding the designation of Saruman the White, in the years prior to The War of the Ring, Saruman is the head of his order of wizards. Known as the Istari, they are Valar emissaries sent to Middle-Earth early in the Second Age, ultimately by Iluvator, to match the machinations of Sauron. Having taken the ancient Numenorean stronghold of Orthanc for himself, and in possession of a Palantir, Saruman is eventually corrupted by Sauron. It is the wiser Gandalf that will eventually replace Saruman as head of his order. This figurine shows Saruman standing on the steps of Orthanc in Isengard.

Tudor Mint Balrog Balrog
$110
#5034
This sculpture depicts the Balrog of Morgoth that resides in the Mines of Moria late into the Third Age of Middle-Earth. Having survived the breaking of Thangorodrim in the First Age, it has fled to the deepest, darkest place remaining. This Balrog is eventually loosed again by the dwarves, who in their lust for Mithril, mine too deep, and thus begin the events that lead to the end of their reign in the Mines of Moria. It is not until the War of the Ring, in an epic confrontation with Gandalf on the Bridge of Khazad-Dum, that this Balrog meets his end.

Tudor Mint Gandalf and Shadowfax Gandalf & Shadowfax
$110
#5035
This figure is of Gandalf on Shadowfax. Shadowfax was begrudgingly gifted to Gandalf by the people of Rohan...if Gandalf could tame him, their was no one else who could, even in a land of horse-masters. Shadowfax was the Lord of the Mearas, last in the line of princely horses descendant of Felarof. Shadowfax will accompany Gandalf at the Grey Havens for the journey to the Undying West.

Tudor Mint Black Rider A Black Rider
$110
#5036
Early in the telling of the tale of the War of the Ring, these frightening apparitions were known only as Black Riders. Here we see in this figurine a Black Rider atop a horse bred and coerced into tolerating the presence of the wraiths. It was not until well into the story that the true nature of these Black Riders were revealed as the Nazgul, bearers of the Nine Rings gifted to the Kings of Men by Sauron.

Tudor Mint Pippen Took Pippin Took
$40
#5037
Having made very notable contributions during the War of the Ring, Pippin Took returns to the Shire to play a key role in rallying reinforcements for the Battle of Bywater in the Shire, which is where Saruman meets his ultimate end. Following the war, Pippin rises to power in his Shire community and in Gondor as well, being appointed counselor by King Elessar. After handing down his position in the Shire to his only son, Faramir, Pippin remains in Gondor until his death. He is laid to rest in the House of the Kings.

Tudor Mint Merry Brandybuck Merry Brandybuck
$40
#5038
As is the case with Pippin, Merry Brandybuck earned great respect amongst the Shire-folk following the War of the Ring and the Scouring of the Shire. He too rose to power in his community, eventually becoming the Master of Buckland. When both he and Merry rode away from the Shire for the last time, they made a point of stopping in Rohan, before heading onto to Gondor. There in Rohan Merry visited with King Eomer for the last time. Eomer would pass that autumn.

Tudor Mint Boromir Boromir
$40
#5039
Son of Denethor and brother to Faramir, Boromir was a mighty Captain of Gondor. Shown on this figurine is Boromir clasping his sword, Horn of Gondor slung across his side. Seeking answers to a dream that both he and Faramir shared, Boromir undertook the journey to find Rivendell and answers. Having arrived shortly before The Council of Elrond he was invited to take part in it. With Gondor being so close to Mordor it seemed wise to both Gandalf and Elrond to appoint Boromir as a member of The Fellowship of the Ring.

Tudor Mint Treebeard Treebeard
$110
#5040
Treebeard is Fangorn, and Fangorn is Treebeard. A Mighty Ent of the Forest that bordered Isengard, Treebeard would play a critical role in the War of the Ring. Spurred into action by the presence of Merry Brandybuck and Pippin Took, Treebeard calls for an Entmoot at Derndingle. With Quickbeam taking care of the Hobbits during the Entmoot, Treebeard convinces his peers to take action. Thus it is that an unseen army comes to the aid of the free peoples of Middle-Earth. They destroy Isengard, though Orthanc remained unscathed, and then went on to the fields below Helms Deep to aid in the final clean-up of Sarumans Uruk-Hai army.

Tudor Mint Gandalf Gandalf (2)
$45
#5037(b)


Tudor Mint Gollum Gollum (2)
$45
#5038(b)
This second figurine of Gollum shows him, as is often the case, compulsively checking on his "precious". Sometimes for no apparent reason Gollum felt compelled to get to his little island rock, beneath the Misty Mountains, just to make sure it was still there.

Tudor Mint Bilbo Baggins Bilbo Baggins (2)
$45
#5039(b)
This figurine shows Bilbo Baggins leaving the Shire, bound for Rivendell, after the confusion he had created at his eleventy-first Birthday. While Rivendell is his first destination, ultimately Bilbo wishes to see the Dwarves of Erebor again, and the Lonely Mountain.


Tudor Mint Gandalf

Tudor Mint "Lord of the Rings" Figurine Collection - Series Two

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Shown Left: Gandalf
2002
4" / 10cms
#5043

This Lord of the Rings figurines (Series Two) were originally issued in 2002 and most in this second series were retired by 2005. They are made of a fine grade pewter mixed with silver, each included at least one Swarovski crystal, and they are relatively heavy. These pieces were made available for sale in most of the English speaking world.

 

Tudor Mint Aragorn Aragorn
Tudor Mint
4" / 10cms
#5046
This figurine is undoubtedly a depiction of Aragorn as Strider, dressed as a Dunedain Ranger of the North, and as the Hobbits would first cross paths with him at the Prancing Pony Inn in the Village of Bree.

Tudor Mint Frodo Baggins Frodo Baggins
Tudor Mint
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5048



Tudor Mint Frodo Baggins Frodo Baggins (b)
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5041
This Frodo Baggins figurine depicts the Hobbit, Sting in hand, reflecting on the burden of the One Ring.



Tudor Mint Galadriel and Frodo Galadriel and Frodo
3 3/4" / 9.5cms
#5040
This sculpture shows Frodo Baggins leaning over the Mirror of Galadriel, as Galadriel watches. Having just recently lost Gandalf in the confrontation with the Balrog, Galadriel seems to be trying to impress upon the Halfling the importance of his task.

Tudor Mint Gandalf Frodo and Strider Gandalf, Frodo, & Strider
5 1/4" / 13.5cms
#5047


Tudor Mint Gandalf and Frodo Baggins Gandalf and Frodo Baggins
7 1/2" / 19cms
#5042
While not explicitly stated, this figurine of Gandalf and Frodo Baggins seems to depict the two as they are leaving Hobbiton. Gandalf is off to Isengard, where he is held prisoner by Saruman, and Frodo is apparently off to Crickhollow on the edge of The Old Forest. The two will not meet again until Rivendell.

Tudor Mint Boromir Boromir
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5049
One of the more cautionary tales within The Lord of the Rings is the tale of Boromir. Seeking answers to riddles within a dream, Boromir travels to Rivendell. He is appointed to The Fellowship of the Ring at the Council of Elrond. In his desires to defend Gondor, and attain personal strength and glory, he will succumb to the call of the Ring. In this sculpture Boromir is depicted grasping both sword and shield.

Tudor Mint Treebeard Treebeard
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5050
In all likelihood Treebeard is not this Ents actual name. Treebeard is actually an elven-language translation of the word Fangorn. So therefore, Treebeard is Fangorn and Fangorn is Treebeard, though it is unclear which came first, the Ent or the Forest.

Tudor Mint Orc An Orc
3 3/4" / 9.5cms
#5051
This Orc figurine depicts a Mordor Orc. The High Elves were a mighty foe, mighty even by the standards of Morgoth. In constant battle with the Elves, who would cross the seas to assail his stronghold of Thangorodrim, Morgoth needed minions in order to mount a defense. Partly for this reason, and partly in spite against the beauty of the Elves, Morgoth took the captured High Elves and twisted them into the creatures we know as Orcs.

Tudor Mint Saruman Saruman
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5052
This is the second sculpture of Saruman in this series, as with the first, Saruman stands on the steps of Orthanc in Isengard. Holding the designation of Saruman the White, it is the wiser Gandalf that will eventually replace Saruman as head of his order. Fleeing Isengard with Wormtongue, the two eventually come to be in the Shire, and using the alias of "Sharkey", Saruman will take control of the Hobbits lands. It is not until the return of Merry, Pippin, Sam, and Frodo that a resistance is formed. The Battle of Bywater ensues, and shortly thereafter Wormtongue will stab Saruman in the back, killing him.

Tudor Mint Frodo Baggins Sam Gamgee and Gollum Frodo Baggins, Sam Gamgee, & Gollum
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5053


Tudor Mint Merry Brandybuck and Theoden Merry Brandybuck & Theoden
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5054
Feeling the pain of King Theoden, who has just lost of his only son Theodred, Merry Brandybuck kneels before King Theoden offering his allegiance and service to Rohan.

Tudor Mint Escaping the Balrog Escaping the Balrog
6" / 15.5cms
#5055
While not entirely clear, this figurine seems to depict Gandalf urging the Hobbits across the Bridge of Khazad-Dum.

Tudor Mint Frodo Baggins and Shelob Frodo Baggins and Shelob
5 1/2" / 14cms
#5056
While the scale of this sculpture is questionable, it is a fine rendering of Frodo Baggins, holding Sting aloft, in a confrontation with Shelob on the Pass of Cirith Ungol.

Tudor Mint Elrond of Rivendell Elrond of Rivendell
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5057
Elrond of Rivendell hosts one of the few remaining bastions of High Elves in Middle-Earth. This figurine shows the wise Elf deep in contemplation of the events of the Third Age. Having been present as a Captain under Gil-Galads Banner at the Battle of the Dagorlad Plains at the end of the Second Age, Elrond is not unfamiliar with the evil of Sauron. Now head of the Last Homely House in the West, it is in Rivendell that Elrond calls together a Council that will form The Fellowship of the Ring.

Tudor Mint Wormtongue Wormtongue
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5058
Counselor to King Theoden of the Mark, Grima Wormtongue betrayed his country in favor of the Wizard Saruman. Having been expelled from Rohan, Wormtongue returned to Isengard just to find it in ruins. Treebeard confines Wormtongue in Orthanc along with his master Saruman. Eventually the two escape to the Shire, and after the Battle of Bywater, Wormtongue kills Saruman before perishing from bowshot himself.

Tudor Mint Balrog Balrog
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5059
This is the second Balrog sculpture offered in the Lord of the Rings Collections. It seeks to portray the demon in a manner more closely associated with the movie version. This Balrog of Morgoth resides in the Mines of Moria late into the Third Age of Middle-Earth. Having survived the breaking of Thangorodrim and the overthrow of Melkor in the First Age, it has gone into hiding under the Mountains. The very same Mountains that the dwarves, who in their lust for Mithril, mine too deep. It is not until the War of the Ring, in an epic confrontation with Gandalf on the Bridge of Khazad-Dum, that this Balrog meets his end.

Tudor Mint Eowyn Eowyn
4" / 10cms
#5060
This figurine is clearly Eowyn, dressed as Dernhelm, on the Pelennor Fields. Desirous of a life that does not preclude her from taking up arms, she manages to get herself right into the thick of the battle before the Gates of Minas Tirith. It is here that she spots her fallen uncle, King Theoden, trapped beneath Snowmane. Rushing to his aid, Eowyn finds herself in a confrontation with the Witch-King of Angmar aboard his Fell Beast. Her deeds are epic.

Tudor Mint Arwen Arwen
4" / 10cms
#5061
Beloved daughter of Elrond and Celebrian (Celebrian is the daughter of Galadriel) of Rivendell and the immortal love of Aragorn. This figurine depicts Arwen carrying candles, undoubtably through the halls of Imladris. Ironically, it was in Lothlorien that Arwen met Aragorn (Aragorn was raised in Rivendell) for the first time, and the two fell in love. Being the daughter of Elrond the Half-elven she was gifted the right to choose her fate. She chose a mortal life with Aragorn in Middle-Earth, rather than an immortal life in the Undying West.

Tudor Mint Faramir Faramir
3 3/4" / 9.5cms
#5062
Youngest son of Denethor, and brother of Boromir, Faramir is of true Numenorean lineage. Captain of the Itilien Rangers, Faramir is often charged with guarding the Harad Road, where he constantly harasses the forces of Mordor who travel between the Gates of Mordor and Minas Morgul. While lacking the physical stature of Boromir, Faramir is perhaps the wisest of the two siblings. This figurine depicts Faramir with his bow, dressed in the green garb of the Rangers of Ithilien.

Tudor Mint Gimli Gimli
2 3/4" / 7cms
#5045 This Gimli figurine is the first representation of the dwarf in this collectibles line. It seems strange that a member of the Fellowship of the Ring would not have been represented in the first series. After the War of the Ring, Gimli travels Middle-Earth with his friend Legolas for some time, then settles into his life as King of the Glittering Caves of Aglarond. He will eventually take to the seas with Legolas and depart Middle-Earth forever.

Tudor Mint Legolas Legolas
3 1/2" / 9cms
#5044
Son of King Thranduil of Mirkwood, Legolas was actually a prince of the wood-elves. This figurine depicts him holding his trusted bow. After a lengthy stay in Ithilien with some of his kinfolk who followed him out of Mirkwood, Legolas eventually sails overseas with his best friend Gimli.