George R.R. Martin
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 the Half-Groat Two Penny Copper...
Jaehaerys I Targaryen

Jaehaerys I Targaryen

Jaehaerys I Targaryen, also known as the “Conciliator”, or the “Old King” Coming to the Iron Throne of Westeros during the Faith Militant Uprising, he quickly used his intellect to bring the hostilities to a peace agreement. He, along with his sister-wife  Good Queen Alysanne (okay, that’s a little gross, but that’s the Targaryen way…),...
Daemon Blackfyre

Daemon Blackfyre

Daemon Blackfyre Golden Dragon Bastard son of Daena Targaryen and Aegon IV, Daemon was said to be tall, blond, and beautiful, with the Targaryen eyes and the Targaryen hair. He was every ounce a king, or at least he thought he was, and his charisma brought in followers to aid him in a rebellion against his scholarly brother, Daeron II ....
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…) Well, to commemorate his royal...
Walder Frey

Walder Frey

    This coin is available now at the ShirePost online store.  Walder Frey Copper Penny
Silver Moon of the Lannisters, Casterly Rock

Silver Moon of the Lannisters, Casterly Rock

This coin hails from the days before Aegon’s Conquest, over three hundred years before the times of Eddard Stark and Robert Baratheon. In that time the Lannisters of Casterly Rock had their own kings. The Lannisters had been King of the Rock ever since Lann the Clever had deftly maneuvered the Casterlys out of their...
The Copper Star of the Iron Islands

The Copper Star of the Iron Islands

This copper “star” piece is from the Iron Islands in the mythical realm of Westeros shortly after the death of King Robert Baratheon, some 300 years after Aegons Conquest united the warring kingdoms. This particular piece is struck in ~9 grammes of pure copper (.999 fine), about 25mm in diameter, done in a revolutionary style...
The Silver Stag of King Aegon Targaryen I

The Silver Stag of King Aegon Targaryen I

This small silver “stag” piece is from the mythical realm of Westeros shortly after the unification of that land by the event known historically as Aegons Conquest. This particular piece is struck in appx. 3.2 grammes of pure silver (.999 fine), about 21mm in diameter, done in the “high art” style with fine engraving and...
The Copper Star of King Robert Baratheon

The Copper Star of King Robert Baratheon

This heavy copper is from Westeros, the scene of the mythological events taking place in the series of novels by author George R.R. Martin and features the left facing profile of King Robert Baratheon early in his reign. In fact, some think that they may have been struck even before Robert sought the throne. Scholars...
A Brothel Token from "The Peach"

A Brothel Token from “The Peach”

This silver token is from an establishment called The Peach in Stoney Sept Westeros, the scene of the mythological events taking place in the series of novels by author George R.R. Martin. Establishments of this sort were frequented by the short-statured Tyrion Lannister, a major character in the novels, and in light of this such...
The Dothraki Puli of Khal Drogo

The Dothraki Puli of Khal Drogo

This unusual piece is an example of “wire coinage”… that is… coins which are struck with primitive tools along a length of heavy wire, and worn as armbands or bracelets, but may also be cut apart as needed for use as currency.   The copper “puli” are the smallest denomination coins. (Puli is the plural...
The Silver Stag of Winterfell

The Silver Stag of Winterfell

This silver piece is of the size and weight that is known as a “Stag”. It dates from some three hundred years before  Aegon’s conquest, when Westeros consisted of seven independant kingdoms. The last ruler of the independant North Kingdom was Torrhen Stark, whose castle at Winterfell features heavily in the book A Game of Thrones....