Coins from fantasy are every bit as intriguing as the coins that come from history. These intriguing medallions of precious metal tell their own stories, whether they are coins that were not to be or coins from fictional stories. We have a selection of great fantasy coins, ranging from hypothetical currencies with a historic design to pieces of pure fantasy from the pages of your favorite books! Each and every coin in this category is quality made from fine metal. Many are struck in pewter and plated in metal, while others are struck from the very metal that history would have favored for coins. Some, like our French and Viking coins, are historical what-ifs, which is to say coins that match historical designs but were never actually struck or minted. Others, like those marks and coinages from mythic realms of Camelot, Westeros, of George R. R. Martins A Song of Ice and Fire series, and Tar Valon, of Robert Jordans Wheel of Time series, are pure works of fantasy, drawn from myth and lore and made physical in fine precious metals. Filled like a mint with impressive coinage, this selection of fantasy coins is just the place to look when you need some eclectic currency of your own.
The 1803 Napoleonic New France 5 Centimes Coin is equal parts history and fantasy. The history draws on the realistic look, while the fantasy comes from how the coin was never minted but still offers a glimpse of what might have been.
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.
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 countess Leesha Paper restored the Hollow County economy after the Krasian conquest of southern Thesa by slowly introducing brass and silver coins. The Brass Klat of Leesha Paper commemorates her heroism and stabilizing spirit.
When you control the kingdom, you get to commission the coinage. Make sure all the serfs in your fief have currency that will remind them of your noble stature and unquestionable rule by equipping them with the Capitol Coin Set.
Conan the Barbarian often uses the name of his god, Crom, as a curse, for Crom is harsh and unforgiving. Others, though, revere Crom so much that they base their currency on him. Stay in his favor with the Cimmerian God Crom Coin Set.
The Conan stories take place on Earth, but in the mythical Hyborian Age, sometime between the sinking of Atlantis and rise of known civilizations. This Conan 5-Piece Hyborian Age Coin Set will make you feel like part of that world.
Now you can feel as though you are a part of the world of Conan the Barbarian with this fantastic set of collectible coins! The Conan 6-Piece Coin Set includes six different denominations of collector-grade fantasy coinage.
Bring the mythical world of Conan the Barbarian to your kingdom with this incredible set of collectible coins! The Conan Deluxe Set of Five Hyborian Coins includes five exquisite denominations of collector-grade fantasy coinage.
Imagine you are a part of the kingdom of Aquilonia with this Conan Eight Piece Aquilonian Coin Set. This collector worthy set contains eight pieces of gaming currency designed to emulate the coins used by the people of Aquilonia.
Fans of Conan the Barbarian will love this collection worthy set of coins depicting the currency used in Hyperborea. The Conan Eight Piece Hyperborean Coin Set is a great way for fans to bring the Hyborian Age of King Conan to life.