Game Of Thrones. Ten Piece Fantasy Coin Set. Shire Post Mint. George R.r. Martin
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Game Of Thrones. Ten Piece Fantasy Coin Set. Shire Post Mint. George R.r. Martin:
sale: One archival Game of Thrones Ten Piece Fantasy Coin Set. Ten fantasy coins from Shire Post Mint. Licensed by George R.R. Martin. With five printed cloth coin bag... based on the fantasy novel series and the popular HBO series A GAME OF THRONES.
By popular demand... many people are asking me for sets. I am trying to design a nice package. Here's what I've got so far! If people have other ideas for sets and packaging I'd love to hear them!
This set contains one example of the current mintage of all the major die types. There are seven silver stags, one silver moon, two copper stars, and the iron coin of the Faceless Man. Each coin is encased in a 2x2 safety vinyl flip with a descriptive printed insert. Then it's folded into a larger and more detailed flyer, and finally sleeved in a 3x4 toploader for absolute protection. Included are five printed cloth coin bags.
Two Copper Stars.
In the world of Westeros the "star" is a large copper coin. We currently make two different ones. The Robert Baratheon copper star is the first coin I did for George R.R. Martin, beginning in 2003. It shows a thinner, bearded and uncrowned Robert, dating from the period of his rebellion against the last of the Targaryen dynasty. The Balon Greyjoy copper star shows him crowned, as he declares independence after Robert's death. They are both struck in pure copper, about 9 grams in weight, and about one inch in diameter.
Six Silver Stags.
Seven stars makes a stag, which is a small silver coin weighing one tenth troy ounce of pure silver. In this collection are stags from:
1. Torrhen Stark, last king of the North prior to Aegon's Conquest.
2. Aegon I Targaryen, with his queens, conqueror of the seven kingdoms, creator of the united Westeros.
3. Aerys II Targaryen. Last of the nineteen Targaryen kings, known as the Mad King.
4. Balon Greyjoy. Lord of the Iron Islands after Robert's death.
5. The Peach. Actually a silver trade token with the same size and weight of a standard stag. From a consort service establishment in a town called Stoney Sept.
6. Eddard Stark. Actually a half-stag... exactly 1 pennyweight or one twentieth of a troy ounce in weight.
One silver Moon
Seven stags makes one moon... a large silver coin weighing seven tenths of a troy ounce of pure silver. This one is from an old pre-conquest Lannister king, Tommen II, at Casterly Rock.
The Iron Coin of the Faceless Man.
Struck in pure iron... in the tale it is not really a "coin" at all in the strictly literal sense... but a recognition token for members of a powerful assassin's guild.
Five printed Coin Bags.
Printed drawstring bags for the treasuries of Winterfell, Oldtown, Iron Islands, Casterly Rock, and the Faceless Man organization
$260/set. $7 in US, $20 international, comes inside a priority flat rate box.