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10 Fantasy Coins


Gold piece. Copper piece. Gold piece. Gold piece. Yawn. Silver piece. So how much did we get?

Gold and silver coins in the common currency of the realm have their place. But isn't it nice to spice things up every once in a while? Presenting ten unique (and very pretty) coins to throw into your treasure hoards.

Trade your common gold for Ariac Leonins or a handful of bronze 5-Tov pieces. Find Copper Dragons in ancient treasure hoards, or haggle over how much your Kefish Greenshells are worth. Receive a Golden Frog from the hand of the emperor himself, or sigh in relief at the familiar denominations of Teric. Each coin has a description, value conversions, and a printable page full of front and back images of the coin.

All of these coins were randomly generated with the Treasure Hoard Generator Pack. The only change was a little bit of resizing here and there. The Treasure Hoard puts a nigh-infinite number of coins within your reach, plus some cool text-based generators to describe the other loot you get.

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May 18th, 2016
16 pages, 14 are the content. Good descriptions, etc, of the coins. The coins seem to print out OK. Could be a little sharper/contrast. Overall, pretty good. [...]
September 13th, 2014
私の国日本ではファンタジーコイン といったものが販売されていません 。コインの内容は、ライオン、 グリフォン、ドラゴン、 天秤、馬、城、 太陽、カエル、騎兵があります。 どれも [...]
February 16th, 2014
Not exceptional, but for free a very fine product. I can see it adding a whole new aspect to my setting--rare coin and coin collecting markets. Of course this would be after the legal issues of trying to pass an unknown gold coin as legal tender! [...]
March 23rd, 2011
An excellent source for RPG or other gaming props. I like the descriptions included and love the fact that this is free! [...]
April 21st, 2010
Worth while gift, if you like manipulatables for your role players. (Yes that's what training pros call the little bits of things that players collect, exchange and filddle with.) Not only might these be cut out as coins, they would also operate as gra [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on April 20, 2010.