NARUTO MONNAIE DE PARIS Medal - RANDOM
First released in France on January 2, 2006, Naruto quickly became an iconic work of manga culture, as well as a muse of Japanese culture around the world.
The work tells the adventures of Naruto, a ninja apprentice in his quest to become Hokage, powerful and respected leader of the people of Konoha. 20 years after the first episode of the series aired in Japan, Monnaie de Paris pays tribute to the iconic work of Masashi Kishimoto by minting the first collectible coins about the most famous ninja.
This opaque paper bag contains a random mini medal from the 13 in the series. Each mini-medal is limited to 25,000 copies. The Kyubi Colored Mini Medal is limited to 5000 copies only!
Collect all 13 mini medals of iconic characters from the Naruto universe, as well as the two limited edition collectible coins!
Adapting Naruto and his comrades into coins and medals is not an easy job. Above all, you have to immerse yourself in the work of Masashi Kishimoto so that the final interpretation corresponds to the atmosphere and line of the original work. La Monnaie de Paris is not exempt from license fans, it is above all an opportunity for engravers and craftsmen to put their knowledge at the service of the famous ninja.