Medieval Collectables provides a great assortment of Roman novelties that make great presents for anyone who happens to love Roman history and culture. The Roman Empire had a profound effect on the development of the Western world, influencing language, politics, science, warfare, and religion. This Roman giftware is inspired by historical emblems and figures from culture and mythology, and they show off great detail. We carry Roman keychains, Roman pencil toppers, decorative thimbles, Roman lapel pins, Roman writing utensils, pewter miniatures, sword letter openers, and more odds and ends decorated with gladiators, Roman helms, Roman coins, and various animals. Given this broad array of Roman collectibles, there is sure to be something that catches your eye.
This Minerva Owl Pin Badge is made from lead-free pewter and supplied on a pin with a clasp. The information card is full color on the front and has historical information about Minerva, Roman mosaics, and Roman coins on the reverse.
The Roman Short Sword Gladius Letter Opener displays a miniature sword replica of the weapon often used by Roman foot soldiers. Crafted from pewter, this sword letter opener possesses a realistic look with authentic details.
The Golden Roman Eagle Pencil Topper displays a highly detailed eagle, or Aquila, modeled after the standard of a Roman legion. This prominent icon appeared throughout the Roman Empire and maintains its association to this day.
This highly detailed Roman Centurion figure measures 3.7 inches tall and is made from a bronze effect metal. There is a pencil sharpener in the base that the Centurion stands on. A centurion was a professional officer of the Roman army.
A highly valuable coin during the Roman Empire and in modern times, the golden aureus remains a sought-after historical collectible. The Roman Gold Coin Pencil Topper displays a reproduction of the aureus of Emperor Augustus.
This Roman Figure is supplied on a quality key-chain. There are five mini Roman Military figure key-rings to collect, including a Gladiator, a Praetorian Guard, a Legionary, an Ensign, and an Infantry Officer.
The Roman denarius served as one of the most common Roman coins in circulation. The Roman Denarius Pencil Topper makes a great gift idea for a history enthusiast in your life or a fun desk accent that you can use daily.
This Roman column pin badge is made from lead-free pewter and supplied on a pin with a clasp. The information card is full color on the front and has historical information about Minerva, Roman mosaics, and Roman coins on the reverse.
The set of four mini Gladiator figures includes a Secutor, a Retiarius, a Thracian, and a Samnite, each specializing in different weapons and tactics. Each detailed figure is approximately 1.6 inches tall and made from lead-free pewter.
The Roman Centurion Helmet is made from lead-free pewter and supplied on a quality key-chain. This highly detailed miniature is of a legionary centurions helmet, of the time of the Emperor Vespasian, circa 75 AD.
This highly detailed Roman Gladiator Helmet is made from lead-free pewter and supplied on a quality key-chain for easy carrying. Gladiators were trained to fight each other or against animals, sometimes to the death.
The coin inspired pin badge has the Emperors name and an elephant trampling a serpent on one side (representing the conquest of Gaul by Caesar) and a simpulum, sprinkler, axe, and priests hat on the reverse.
The Pewter Roman Eagle Pencil Topper displays a highly detailed eagle, or Aquila, modeled after the standard of a Roman legion. This prominent icon appeared throughout the Roman Empire and maintains its association to this day.
This Roman coin is supplied on a quality key-chain. The reproduction bronze plated Dupondius coin of Nero was struck between 54-68 AD and shows the head of Emperor Nero on the obverse and Roma in military dress on the reverse.
This detailed Roman Infantryman Helmet is made from lead-free pewter and mounted on top of a black pencil. The pencil is printed with the famous quote by Julius Caesar, Veni Vidi Vici, which translates as I Came, I Saw, I Conquered.
The pencil is printed with the famous gladiator motto Ave Caesar Morituri Te Salutamus which translates from Latin as Hail Caesar, we who are about to die salute you. It is topped by a classic Gladiator helmet.
This Julius Caesar bust is made from lead-free pewter and mounted on top of a 17.5cm blue or red pencil. The pencil is printed with one of his famous quotes, Veni Vidi Vici, which translates from Latin as I Came, I Saw, I Conquered.
This reproduction Denarius coin of Hadrian is made from lead-free pewter and supplied on a pin with a clasp. The coin has the laureate head of Hadrian on one side and Moneta holding scales and cornucopia on the other.
The military might of Rome enabled its empire to expand into one of the world powers of the Classical period. The Roman Figure Pencil Topper displays a detailed metal figure of a Roman soldier crafted from antiqued pewter.
Thimbles have long existed as a sewing accessory, used even during the time of the Roman Empire. Now you, too, can protect your fingers while wielding a needle with the help of this authentically designed Roman Thimble.