Dorrin Copper

Dorrin Copper

  Features: Only 100 Type 1 made Pure copper ~13 grammes Denominated one “Copper” The Order Engineer Dorrin on obverse depicts the wiry blacksmith in the act of shaping steel with hammer and anvil. The inscription is ORDER AND JUSTICE Appx 35 mm in diameter The reverse of the One...
Eddard Stark New Coins!!

Eddard Stark New Coins!!

Eddard Stark Silver Stag …the long shadow of Eddard’s death has tinted every action within the world of George R R Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire.  So, as to honor the late great  Eddard, we are offering you these two different Eddard coins, the Full Stag Silver coin and...
Joffrey Baratheon

Joffrey Baratheon

The boy who shouldn’t be king…   Well, whether you’re in the boat of “he was a Baratheon” or “he was a Lannister” (well, either way, he was a Lannister), he was taken as Robert Baratheon’s son, but he was not highly regarded as a king. (To put it mildly…)...
Golden Crown of Ellisande

Golden Crown of Ellisande

Golden Crown of Ellisande The first coin from our new The Wheel of Time series of coins (and before you ask, the Tar Valon Mark is coming next, so hold your horses). Based on the description in the “The Dragon Reborn“: “…and finally Fyall, where the crops looked to be...
Faceless Man Challenge

Faceless Man Challenge

Here it is! Some of you folks knew it was coming. The Faceless Man Coin challenge The challenge coin idea has a long history, with some early examples being from the Air Force “Gunners’ Association”, where some ‘flyboys’ in the UK had coins made up for their squadron. The early...
The Iron Coin of the Faceless Man

The Iron Coin of the Faceless Man

“The fact that someone has made a version of this coin makes me nerd flail.” - NerdApproved.com . .  The seventh pressing is now available.    The design of the mysterious iron coin of the Faceless Man is based upon a story-fragment from the mythical world of A Song of Ice and...
Shire Post Mint Workshop Tour

Shire Post Mint Workshop Tour

   Here we see two of the working presses on the shop floor. The blue one is a manual screw press with a working capacity of about 40 tonnes. It was made by the American Can Company in Chicago Illinois, probably early in the 1900s. This basic screw press design...

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