The lands in the novel series A Song of Ice and Fire are extremely detailed. Author George R. R. Martin has left little untouched when it comes to Westeros and Essos, and that includes the fine touches like currency and coinage. And now, we are happy to offer to you a selection of stunning Game of Thrones coins that are licensed by the author himself to this amazing novel series! Each and every one of the coins found in this section are struck, which means two things for each coin. First, each and every coin is unique. Second, the coins carry an old-world style that is utterly unbeatable when it comes to collectability! The coins mimic the currency of the realm of Westeros, as well as other nations from the novel series. You can find copper pennies, stars, stags, and dragons, all featuring the faces of figures that appear in George R. R. Martins novel series, both as main characters and as characters from the lore. We have coins from House Stark, House Lannister, House Baratheon, and of course, the long-ruling House Targaryen! We even have the infamous iron coin given to a certain Stark by a Faceless Man! Any of the Game of Thrones Coins you will find here are sure to make for cool collectibles. The only question you have to answer is, which one do you want to get first?
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.
Although the city of Qohor has not made an appearance in the show Game of Thrones, the presence of its chilling deity is still felt throughout the series. The Black Goat of Qohor Coin, will remind you of the city and your daily sacrifice.
In the city of Qohor, holidays are spent sacrificing criminals to the citys god, the Black Goat. Best to remain in the favor of the Qohorik. Look inconspicuous among cultists when you wear the Black Goat of Qohor Necklace.
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.
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.
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.
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!
When Daenerys Targaryen conquered the city of Meereen, her first act was to abolish slavery. Shortly after, she minted coins to replace slaves as the local currency. The Daenerys Targaryen Meereen Coin Necklace commemorates her victory.
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.
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.
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.
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.