It is the 16th century. From all over Europe, great ships sail west to conquer the New World, the Americas. The men, eager to seek their fortune, to find new adventures in new lands. They long to cross uncharted seas and discover unknown countries, to find secret gold on a mountain trail high in the Andes. They dream of following the path of the setting sun that leads to El Dorado and the Mysterious Cities of Gold.
Become a true child of the sun with this replica of Esteban’s El Dorado Medallion.
PLEASE NOTE: CHAIN IS NOT INCLUDED
It may get you into the Cities of Gold, let you control the Light Ship or Golden Condor, just stay away from the Olmecs, they are nasty.
If you know what this is you will want it, if you don’t I pity you a wasted childhood.
It comes apart into its two sections and is printed in plastic (PLA) other colours are of course available but if you don’t want a golden one…..
This item was slightly remixed for printability from an excellent rendering by Steve Hackett and is available to download for free from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1840801 where it is licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution Licence.
The medallion measures roughly 5cm in diameter. The detachable coin is 3.8cm in diameter.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT A TOY, IT IS NOT INTENDED OR CERTIFIED TO BE USED BY CHILDREN.
I post by 2nd Class in the UK to keep costs low. You can upgrade to 1st Class or even Signed for in the shipping options.
Internationally (Outside of UK) I use International Standard this can optionally be upgraded to signed for.
Items should arrive within 2 – 3 days in the UK and 5-7 elsewhere. However items have been known to get delayed or lost so please allow 10 Working Days in the UK, 20 Working Days in Europe and 25 Working Days elsewhere from my postage notification for your delivery to arrive. This follows Royal Mail Guidelines. In my experience postage internationally regularly takes considerably longer.
UPGRADING POSTAGE WILL NOT INCREASE PRODUCTION TIMES. IN MOST CASES I NEED TO PRODUCE THE ITEMS TO DISPATCH.
Colour variations may be apparent due to changes in material and photography. I try to give as accurate a description as possible.