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"Game of Thrones" Coin Set

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Produced by a US foundry, this set of amazing coins has been expertly designed from the George R.R. Martin series of books A Song of Ice and Fire. Minted in the same way as coins of old, the series includes - the .999 Eddard Stark Silver Half-stag, the Iron Islands Copper Star, the Iron Coin of the Faceless Man and the Copper Penny of the North Kingdom. Each coin is struck from the same precious metal as the actual coin! Comes complete with individual stories, plastic collector’s sleeves and a Westeros cloth bag.

Copper Penny of the North Kingdom - Minted long ago, before Aegons's conquest united Westeros.  This copper penny was minted at Winterfell under the reign of Torrhen Stark, the last king of the independant North Kingdom. Obverse showing a standing King Torrhen with spears, on reverse the Dire Wolf, sigil of House Stark.

The Iron Coin of the Faceless Man - Struck in ultra pure metallugical grade iron, this ancient "coin" is in reality a recognition token for a secretive guild of assassins in the books A Song of Ice and Fire.

Iron Islands Copper Star - This copper features the image of Balon Greyjoy as he declares himself Lord of the Iron Islands upon the death of Robert Baratheon.  The ship on the reverse is a Reaver, value of one "Star".  Struck of pure copper.

.999 Eddard Stark Silver Half-Stag - Struck in 1 pennyweight (1.6 grams) f pure .99 silver, this coin features the image of the Warden of the North witht he sword ICE and the dire-wolf of House Stark. Done in authentic medieval style emulating 13th century Germanic pfenigs, this Winterfell "Half Stag" emulates the proper coin feel of the medieval times.

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