Dothraki Copper Pul
Treasure of the Horse Lords
Though the Dothraki do not believe in currency and instead use trade and reciprocal gifting, people in cities that they trade with will cut apart their stamped armbands into pieces and use them when bartering. These copper pieces feature Khal Drogo on horseback with the inscription, "Khal Drogo Dothraki" on the reverse.
This Dothraki Copper Pul from the world of George R. R. Martin is struck from solid copper, measures 3.8 cm in diameter, and weighs about 3.1 grams. Coin artwork by Greg Franck-Weiby.
The product is treated to look as if it has been handled and circulated. This process is done by hand, and it is both an art and a science, coloring and patinas will vary. No two are exactly the same! Coins are struck one at a time in the USA using antique machinery and traditional coining techniques. A colorful description is included with history and facts about the coin.
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I liked that there are things like this out there to make the GoT world a little more interesting. Something to have that opens up that universe a little more and helps bring it to life.
To thing that this is a piece of a bracelet that can be broken up into smaller units. The piece of eight of Westeros? As always, detail work is top notch.
The explanation on how these Dothraki pul exist is quite awesome to me... a full explanation can be found on the insert with the coin. It is a fun piece with its odd stamped wire shape and adds some visual texture to a handfull of other in-world coins.
Like the full armband it features some lovely horses and dothraki writing. For any fan of khal drogo they can't be passed up.