Jultomten Claus (Sweden)
Jultomten Claus (Sweden) - pronounced "Yul" tomten
Number Issued: 100
Paint Design: Mary Jo Gross
Actually Painted by: Mary Jo Gross or Barbara Carpenter (Each will vary)
Carved by: Rumen Halachev
Dimensions: Approximately 7"H x 2"D x 3"W
Jultomten Claus (pronounced “yul-tom-ten”) is from Sweden’s northernmost town, Kiruna. It’s known for its beautiful northern lights display. After the children of Sweden watch the annual showing of Donald Duck on the afternoon of December 24th, Jultomten and his trusty elf Tompte, use their magic sled to bring gifts to all the children of Sweden.
Story is on the lid of his wooden gift/storage box.
Cryptocurrency Feature: Beginning in 2021 and continuing with all our future collectibles, we will be embedding an NFC chip into the Santa. When this is scanned with any moderately newer smartphone (towards the bottom rear edge of the Santa), you'll be taken to a page on your mobile device that will show all the details related to your collectible. And you can register your new collectible from that page, too. So your new Santa will include $19.50 worth of Bitcoin, embedded into the resin. It's a fun tradition to start, every year, you scan your Santa to see how much Bitcoin has gone up or down since it was issued. You can read more about this on the "Crypto Embedded" page.
Handmade wooden storage box with his name and story on the lid. He also has an engraved base with his serial number, name and year of release. In addition, an NFC chip is embedded into the resin to aid the Collector in registering and tracking the value of the Bitcoin on the NFC chip. This Collectible will have $19.50 worth of Bitcoin on it, calculated at exchange rate on the day your collectible is purchased. Read more about this on our "Crypto Embedded" page.