Conan Set #2 - Deluxe Set of Five Coins
Conan Set #2 - Deluxe Set of Five Coins
Conan Set #2 - Deluxe Set of Five Coins
Conan Set #2 - Deluxe Set of Five Coins
Conan Set #2 - Deluxe Set of Five Coins
Conan Set #2 - Deluxe Set of Five Coins

Conan Set #2 - Deluxe Set of Five Coins

From King Conan's Coffers™

This deluxe set of coins includes five exquisite pieces from the Hyborian age.


King Conan Aquilonian Luna • Aquilonia

This heavy golden Luna features the stern likenesss of King Conan and his lion, Amra. The text around the rim is Basque Euskara inscribed in Phapian, an ancient Minoan script.

Stygian Lunar • Stygia

An oblong coin of fabled Stygia features the Moon Goddess holding two vipers, a field of heiroglyphs, and the serpent god Set.

Turanian 5p • Turan

A large golden coin from the savage Kingdom of Turan, which sits on the south-western shores of the great inland sea Vilayet. Features towers of Turan and a rampant wolf. Inscriptions in Turkic runes.

Hyperborean 5p • Hyperborea

A large coin of Hyperborea, a vast northern kingdom locked in perpetual winter and ruled by an order of witches and wizards known as the White Hand. Features the inscriptions, "The Hand sees all" and "Resistance is futile" in Glagolithic script.

Aquilonian 5p • Aquilonia

A golden coin of Aquilonia bearing Conan's image. It has a star of five daggers indicating the denomination, and an inscription in Phapian translating to "Five Aquilonian small coins."

The coins in this set from the world of Robert E. Howard are struck from solid brass and copper, measure 2.6 to 3.2 cm in diameter, and weigh 5.8 to 20.1 grams. Coin artwork by Woody Maringer and Felix Rasumny.

The set contains coins treated to look as if they have been handled and circulated within their world. This process is done by hand, and it is both an art and a science. Coloring and patinas will vary. No two sets 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 coins.

Note—Each order comes packed with a handwritten envelope straight from Shire Post Mint. We will make this out to whomever is on the SHIPPING ADDRESS. If you are giving this as a gift and would like a different name on the envelope, please include the recipient's name in the Special Instructions field as you complete your order.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Neal the Elder
Great souvenir of the Hyborian Age

These are really top notch creations, very realistic. They remind me of the originals. I love slipping one of these in a family members coin purse and waiting for the reaction.

Michael Jacobson

Conan Set #2 - Deluxe Set of Five Coins

Miguel Torres
Conan Set #2 Deluxe Set of Five Coins

Fantastic Design!!!

These coins are of incredible quality and the symbol carvings on both sides give them a very elegant look!

The Aquilonian Luna is my favorite and it has some great weight to it as well.

This set is Beautifully crafted and having them in hand gives me the feeling of owning a true relic from Hyboria itself!

M Champion
Beautiful set with an outstanding centerpiece

Each coin in this set is unique, but the King Conan Aquilonian Luna stands out as the most brilliant of all the Conan coins. It is very thick, the design is very deeply struck which gives it a more of a 3-dimentional look than most coins, and has a great feel. It's my favorite of any of the coins I've seen from Shire Post Mint.

This is a well rounded set and each of the coins has a very unique finish and feel.

Ian Shaw
I miss the cards, but this is still pretty awesome.

I ordered a set of Conan Coins back in the day and they used to be individually placed in plastic card holders with a small booklet that came with interesting lore. For example the Stygian scroll came with a syllabary you could use to "translate" the coin.

This set was different, the coins came in a small plastic display baggie and had a single booklet with a blurb about each coin. It was still very neat and looks great on my display collection, but I can't help wondering what was written in those lore booklets for the coins I didn't collect back then.