This fantasy immersive fractional Silver coin from A Game Of Thrones was struck to honor King Tommen II. These coins are struck using antique equipment to better represent the fantasy era of A Game Of Thrones.
- Contains 0.7 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Coins are struck one at a time in the USA using antique machinery and traditional coining techniques, made to reflect age.
- Coin will be delivered with a certificate of authenticity and a plastic sleeve cover.
- Obverse: Depiction of the Lion of Lannister.
- Reverse: An image of the moon over Casterly Rock.
- Guaranteed by the Shire Post Mint.
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This Silver round is fantasy immersive to the world of A Game Of Thrones, and made to match the minting technology of the time.
This pure Silver “Moon” piece is from Casterly Rock, dating to the decades before Aegon I Targaryen united the warring kingdoms of Westeros under one ruler. Tommen Lannister the 2nd was king of Casterly Rock, but was lost at sea during an ill-fated voyage of conquest. King Tommen II sailed with his great fleet to Valyria after the Doom with the intention of plundering the wealth and sorcery he was sure still remained. It was a quest from which he never returned.
The Valyrian steel greatsword Brightroar was lost with him. The last report of him is a Volantene chronicle titled The Glory of Volantis which mentions a “golden fleet” bearing the “Lion King” stayed at Volantis for supplies, and the that triarchs showered him with gifts. According to the chronicle, Tommen II swore that half of all he would find would be given to the triarchs in return for their generosity and the promise to send their fleet to his aid when he requested it. Afterward he sailed away and was never seen again.
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