You do not have to be a king to have coins made in your image. Walder Frey is only Lord of the Crossing, yet he still has influence enough to mint coins in his likeness. This Walder Frey Copper Penny reminds all of the Late Lord Frey.
Before the Targaryens conquered it, Westeros was seven independent kingdoms. In the north, the Starks ruled. This Copper Penny of Torrhen Stark is an example of coinage from that era, inspired by A Song of Ice and Fire novels.
Up in the northern reaches of Westeros lies Winterfell. Ruled by the Starks, it is a hard land, but one not without its own coinage. This Winterfell 4 Coin Set consists of four coins, each of which features the iconic Stark sigil.
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In the lore of A Song of Ice and Fire, Jaehaerys I had the longest rule of the Targaryens. The Jaehaerys I Targaryen Golden Dragon depicts the aged king, revealing that even near the end of his reign, he looked wise and regal.
Kings and coins have long been associated with one another. When a king is crowned, a new coin is often minted in their likeness. This Silver Stag of Aerys II Targaryen is a coin that features the likeness of the last Targaryen king.
The Iron Coin of the Faceless Man is an important feature in George R. R. Martins A Song of Ice and Fire novels. Carried by assassins of the Faceless Men, a coin just like this one makes its way into the hands of young Arya Stark.
Even in a fantasy setting, coins have the most intriguing of uses. Even the Dothraki, born of George R. R. Martins novel series, A Song of Ice and Fire, have use for them. This Dothraki Pul of Khal Drogo - Pair recreates such coinage.
It is customary when a new king is crowned to have coins minted in his honor. Throughout their rule, more coinage will bear the kings likeness. This Copper Star of King Robert Baratheon bears the likeness of the king late in his rule.
There is undeniable convenience in this Dothraki Full Silver Armband. Made up of many denga, this armband is currency and jewelry both, having been struck, in true historic fashion, from a solid wire of .925 pure sterling silver.
Now you can feel as though you are a part of the world of Conan the Barbarian with this fantastic set of collectible coins! The Conan 6-Piece Coin Set includes six different denominations of collector-grade fantasy coinage.
First minted on the Iron Islands, this Copper Penny of Balon Greyjoy is inspired by the novel series A Song of Ice and Fire, by George R. R. Martin. Struck in the old fashion, this coin lends a realism to the coinage of Westeros.
A Lannister always pays his debts, and for good reason. In Westeros, the Lannisters hold several gold mines, making them the wealthiest family. This Silver Moon of Tommen II Lannister is struck in fine silver, with a Westerosi style.
Made in the fashion of early Nordic coins, this Silver Stag of Eddard Stark creates a coin fit for Westeros, one as inspired by history as by fantasy. As it is licensed by George R. R. Martin, it is certainly a collectible to have, too.
This is one example of coinage from a fantasy setting that looks every bit like authentic currency! The Balon Greyjoy Copper Star Coin is born of Westeros and the Iron Islands, and is inspired by the works of author George R. R. Martin.
The rule of Joffrey Baratheon as king is at the heart of George R. R. Martins series, A Song of Ice and Fire. Minted in his reign, this Joffrey Baratheon Golden Dragon bears his likeness and his name in rich gold-metal.
A Lannister always pays their debts. This phrase, in Westeros, is commonly heard, and is often mistaken for the Houses own words. It implies great wealth, and now you can share in that wealth, with this Lannister Moons Coin Set to your collection.
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This is one coin that does not get circulated. The Faceless Man Coin and Bag Set consists of a single coin and a carrying bag. In the novel series A Song of Ice and Fire, this coin has special significance, especially to Arya Stark.
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Perhaps the first unified currency of Westeros came about via the Targaryens in their conquest, led by Aegon I. This Silver Stag of Aegon Targaryen immortalizes not only his likeness, but also his sisters Rhaenys and Visenya as well.
Not all silver coins are currency of the realm. Some are a bit more shady. The Peach Silver Brothel Token is based on the tokens used at a house of ill-repute, found in Kings Landing and frequented by Tyrion Lannister.
The seat of power for the female order of Aes Sedai is the city of Tar Valon. This Tar Valon Mark is a recreation of the coinage from that city, and is rich with symbolism, both for the city and for the mystic Aes Sedai.
Among the Faceless Men, a coin of iron has more significance as a symbol then it does value. This Drilled Brass Faceless Man Coin recreates the coin that was given by Jaquen H'ghar to young Arya Stark, in the novel A Clash of Kings.
Many kings have coins minted in their likeness, and the ruler of Pyke in the Iron Islands, is no different. This Silver Kraken of Balon Greyjoy emulates the stag of Westeros but with a more sea-born style that befits the Ironborn.
What can you get with three dragons? In Westeros, that depends on the kind of dragons you are talking about! This set of 3 Golden Dragons is a set of three coins, inspired by the currency of the realm featured in the novel series.
The legendary figure of Conan the Barbarian comes from the land of Cimmeria. The Conan the Barbarian Crom Counts the Dead Coin features a design based on the Cimmerian deity, Crom, whose main duty is to count the dead during battle.
In Westeros, the dragon is the most valuable coin you can acquire. Now, you can add an old one to your collection. This Daemon Blackfyre Golden Dragon carries the name and the likeness of the Targaryen who started the Blackfyre Rebellion!
Fifteenth Targaryen on the Westeros throne, Aegon V was killed while trying to hatch dragon eggs. The Aegon V Targaryen Brass Half Penny features his profile on the obverse side with the text AEGON TARGARYEN FIFTH OF HIS NAME.
The men of the Iron Island pay the iron price for their goods. When they go elsewhere, they have to pay the regular price, and for that reason, Pyke has its own coinage. To go with that coinage, we offer this Iron Islands Cloth Coin Bag.
In 1000 AD, Leif Ericsson sets out to form a colony called Vinland in what is thought to be modern-day Newfoundland or New Brunswick. This Leif Ericsson Silver Penny is a fantasy coin inspired by the man and his daring endeavor.
Even the Dothraki, with their raiding ways, have need of coinage from time to time. This Dothraki Denga of Khal Drogo - Pair is based on the historical coinage of Russia, while maintaining its roots from A Song of Ice and Fire.
Believed to be from shortly after his coronation, the Aegon I Targaryen Copper Penny displays Aegon with his sister-wives on the obverse side. This conquering king forced many to bow to him, showing no mercy to resisters.
What is a noble of the Stark House to do, when he or she needs to transport their money along with them? This Winterfell Cloth Coin Bag fulfills a need nicely, being able to accommodate several coins while still showing off Stark style.
Hailed as Amra the Lion, Conan of Cimmeria became the King of Aquilonia, the greatest kingdom of the period. The King Conan Aquilonian 5P Coin displays the second smallest denomination allowed to use the likeness of Conan.
The hands of the Iron Bank of Braavos always remain outstretched from the hourglass that keeps time until your debt comes due. The Braavosi Iron Square displays this image on one side of the Game of Thrones replica coin.
Though the Gardener line has been extinct for 300 years, the Hand sigil of the house still remains in circulation. The Garth XII Gardener Golden Hand displays a profile of King Gardener the 12th wearing a laurel leaf crown.
In George R. R. Martins A Song of Ice and Fire series, Westeros is a beautifully detailed nation, complete with currency to make its world go round. This Game of Thrones Coins of Westeros Set allows you to own a few coins of the realm.
The 1699 Louis XIV Sol Coin of Isle Du Massacre is equal parts history and fantasy. The history draws on the realistic look, while the fantasy comes from how the coin was never minted but still offers a glimpse of what might have been.
Hailed as Amra the Lion, Conan of Cimmeria became the King of Aquilonia, the greatest kingdom of the period. The King Conan Aquilonian 1P Coin displays the smallest denomination allowed to use the likeness of Conan in its design.
Before the Targaryens conquered Westeros, each of the seven kingdoms had their own coins. This Silver Stag of Torrhen Stark is based out of Winterfell, and recreates the common coin of the realm in fine silver for any to enjoy.
Made in red brass, this token recreates the currency of a fantasy realm made popular by Robert Jordan in his Wheel of Time series. The Golden Crown of Ellisande features the face of a beloved monarch, and reveals her ineffable beauty.
The 1707 Louis XIV Sol Coin from Isle Dauphin is equal parts history and fantasy. The history draws on the realistic look, while the fantasy comes from how the coin was never minted but still offers a glimpse of what might have been.
Bring the fantasy world of L.E. Modesitt to life with this fantastic collectible currency from the Saga of Recluce series! The Isle of Recluce One Copper Coin displays the Blacksmith Dorrin at an anvil on the obverse side.
Appearing in the first book, Andor exists as one of the greatest kingdoms in the world of the best-selling Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. The Wheel of Time Andoran Copper Penny serves as the smallest coin value in the realm.
Legends of King Arthur put him in the height of medieval times, but historians agree that if he lived, it would have been much earlier. This Silver Siliqua of King Arthur is based on Roman design, with just a touch of Arthurian lore.
Far in the south of the world, the land of Stygia sleeps, untouched by foreign invasion. The Conan the Barbarian Stygian Copper Scroll Coin offers a detailed replica of a small denomination sorcery coin from this fabled country.
Fans of the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan will be sure to enjoy these collectible coins! The Three Tar Valon Marks in Altaran Bag includes three Aes Sedai coins and a cotton muslin coin bag marked with the sigil of Altara.
The 1690 Louis XIV Sol Coin of Post Aux Akansas is equal parts history and fantasy. The history draws on the realistic look, while the fantasy comes from how the coin was never minted but still offers a glimpse of what might have been.
The Volantin people pride themselves on their position as the earliest colonists in Valyria before the Fall. The Warrior Honor of Volantis displays a coin in the Tiger type, representing a political party of the triarchy.
The Volantin people pride themselves on their position as the earliest colonists in Valyria before the Fall. The Golden Honor of Volantis displays a coin in the Elephant type, representing the ruling political party of the triarchy.
The 1803 Napoleonic New France 5 Centimes Coin is equal parts history and fantasy. The history draws on the realistic look, while the fantasy comes from how the coin was never minted but still offers a glimpse of what might have been.
Far in the south of the world, the land of Stygia sleeps, untouched by foreign invasion. The Conan the Barbarian Stygian Copper Lunar offers a detailed replica of an ancient oblong copper coin from this fabled country.
Hailed as Amra the Lion, Conan of Cimmeria became the King of Aquilonia, the greatest kingdom of the period. The Conan the Barbarian Aquilonian Golden Luna displays the coinage that Conan allowed reluctantly to use his visage.
The last king of Casterly Rock, Loren Lannister bent knee before the conquest of Aegon, earning the titles of Warden of the West and Lord of Casterly Rock. The Loren Lannister Brass Half Penny features his profile on the obverse side.
The father of Eddard Stark, Rickard Stark served as lord during the reign of Aerys II, who burned him alive in trial-by-combat. The Rickard Stark Brass Half Penny displays an image of a bearded Rickard on the obverse.
Daenerys Stormborn is the last living member of House Targaryen which once ruled Westeros for centuries. She earned the nickname Breaker of Chains on her quest for the throne, commemorated on the Golden Mark of Daenerys Targaryen.
The Copper Half-Groat of Eddard Stark is an example of coinage that is not only licensed by George R. R. Martin for his A Song of Ice and Fire series, but also replicas that utilize history and fantasy to be nothing short of appealing.
Appearing in the first book, Andor is one of the greatest kingdoms in the world of the best-selling Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. The Wheel of Time Andoran Silver Penny displays a replica of one of the forms of currency.
Kind-hearted and pliable, Tommen Baratheon became king upon the untimely demise of his malicious brother, Joffrey. The Tommen Baratheon Brass Half Penny shows his young face with text reading, TOMMEN BARATHEON FIRST OF HIS NAME.
The Lord of the Iron Islands before Balon, his son, Quellon Greyjoy died at sea sometime before Roberts Rebellion. The Quellon Greyjoy Brass Half Penny displays the profile of Quellon on the obverse side of the coin.
Coins are a great way to collect memorabilia from your favorite series. Each piece in the Conan Eight Piece Turanian Coin Set is struck by hand, making it a truly unique collectible for fans of the heroic King Conan the Barbarian.
Perfect for gamers and collectors, the Game of Thrones 6-Piece Half Penny Set features a selection of fantasy coins from six of the houses of Westeros. These Game of Thrones coins display a darkened patina for a realistic look.