Game of Thrones Kings of Westeros Coins [Set of 3]
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Game of Thrones Kings of Westeros Coins [Set of 3]

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  • Ages: 14+
  • Includes: Silver Stag of King Aegon Targaryen Coin, Silver Stag of King Aerys II Targaryen Coin, Copper Star of King Robert Baratheon Coin
Get ready to trade in Westeros with the Game of Thrones Kings of Westeros Coin Set. This set may not be able to buy you the throne, but it can buy you the title of greatest Game of Thrones fan around. The Copper “Star” of King Robert Baratheon features a seven-pointed star on one side and King Baratheon’s image on the other. The Silver Stag of King Aerys features King Aerys II on one side with the Stag on the other. The Silver Stag of King Aegon Targaryen is pure silver and features himself on one side and a Scythian stag on the other. With this set you’re ready to buy you’re way into the real of George R. R. Martin.

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Silver Stag of King Aegon Targaryen I
.999 fine silver
~3.1 grammes
Denominated one "Stag"
King Aegon and wives on obverse
Appx 21 mm in diameter
Scythian Stag on reverse
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 on an increased-weight planchet of 1/10 troy ounce (3.1 grammes) of .999 pure silver, (earlier strikes were 2.4 grammes of .900 fine silver) about 21mm in diameter, done in the "high art" style with fine engraving and a stylized portrait of King Aegon, flanked by his two sisters (and wives) Rhaenys and Visenya. The king wears a crown with three dragons’ heads on it. The saying that "The dragon has three heads" refers to the fact that the three siblings ruled almost as one. The reverse of this piece shows a classic stag done in the Scythian style, and symbolizing the denomination of the coin... one "stag".

Silver Stag of King Aerys II Targaryen .999 fine silver
1/10 troy ounce, 3.1 grammes
Denominated one "Stag"
Mad King Aerys II on obverse
Appx 21 mm in diameter
Stag on reverse
done in primitvistic style
This small silver "stag" piece is from the mythical realm of Westeros late in the tenure of the Targaryen kings, some 280 years after the unification of that land by the event known historically as Aegon's Conquest. This particular piece is struck in 1/10 troy ounce of pure .999 fine silver, about 21mm in diameter, done in primitivistic "town" style with coarse engraving and a stylized portrait of King Aerys II, The king wears a crown and carries a boar-spear and firepot. Aerys II was often known as the "Mad King" and was known for burning his perceived enemies to death in court. He was murdered by his own king's guard Jaime Lannister (the event is discussed by Jaime in episode 4 of the HBO series) and Aerys II was (understandably) the last in a long sequence of Targaryen kings. The reverse of this piece shows a simple stag done in the "country" style (as contrasted with the high-art style of Aegon I, the first Targaryen king), the stag symbolizing the denomination of the coin... one "stag".

Copper "Star" of King Robert Baratheon
Pure copper
Denominated one "Star"
9 grammes
Robert Baratheon image on obverse
Seven pointed star on reverse
This heavy copper is from Westeros and features the head of King Robert Baratheon late in his reign. It is undated (like most ancient coins) but is thought to have been struck at the Oldtown mint around the 297th year after Aegons conquest united the seven kingdoms of Westeros. The seven pointed star on reverse symbolized both the seven kingdoms, and the seven principles of the Sept... the predominant religion of Westeros in those days. I addition, it takes seven of these stars to equal one silver stag.
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