One of the biggest names in The Hobbit films can now be brought home in the form of The Hobbit Smaug the Golden Bronze Statue, which should appeal to fans of Bilbo, Gandalf, and the rest of the gang because this probably isn’t the first time you’ve seen the greedy dragon in this pose.
If Smaug coiled around his treasure is tickling your memory, there’s a good chance it’s because you remember the 1991 paperback edition of The Hobbit by Grafton Books because the cover used a piece of art by John Howe called Smaug the Golden, which was the inspiration for this collectible.
The statue features a bronze sculpture of Smaug coiled around his gold, resting on a natural wood base. A Certificate of Authenticity signed by artist John Howe and special effects wizard Richard Taylor is included.
It’s only natural that anything associated with dragons doesn’t come cheap, and the Hobbit Smaug the Golden Bronze Statue is no exception, so brace yourself for the $4,900 at WetAnz.com.