All our coins are made from pewter that is either antiqued or gold plated. Our Coins are great for kids of all ages, collectors, gamers and living history groups. These reproduction coins have the same weight, metal alloy and fineness in detail, as the originals from the historical era. We have a wide variety of replica Pirate coins, Viking coins, Roman coins, Greek coins, Scottish coins and Celtic coins. These coins historically accurate and are great for classrooms. We are your source for replica coins from all the ages.
Celtic Coins (9)
The Celtic people were not without their own form of currency; very few societies on history could effectively manage a system of trade and bartering without some form of currency that accompanied it. We carry a select assortment of Celtic coins that were inspired by historical coins that have been identified as Celtic in origin. All of our Celtic coins are made from pewter, and feature either an antique-plated finish or a gold-plated finish. Most of our Celtic coins are staters, which translates in ancient Greek to weight. Many of our Celtic coins were also produced by the Celtic settlers of Briton and Armorica. These Celtic coins make for great collectors items, and double as wonderful gifts to children of all ages and to gamers; they also make for wonderful false currency and accessories when used at re-enactments and fairs.
Fantasy Coins (116)
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.
Greek Coins (7)
Currency has always made the world go round: this fact has barely changed since the dawn of time. We are offering you a wide assortment of fantastic coins, each one designed from the early eras of Greek history. These Greek coins are meticulously made and wonderful in form: they feature hallmarks of the once-great Greek societies that would have used these coins as well as featuring a craftsmanship that makes them look less like replications and more like restored historical works. Among their number, you'll find coins such as the stater and the didrachm: two coins that were well-used and well-known throughout all of ancient Greece. Even better, they aren't just collectors pieces; these Greek coins are fantastic for whatever use might be had for them: they are great for collectors, fantastic as little gifts for children of appropriate age, and serve as a functional, if fictional, form of currency for gamers and history groups. These Greek coins and their informational pamphlets are very interesting, and very functional, so pick them up today.
Medieval Coins (26)
We offer a wide assortment of medieval coins for your purchasing pleasure; given the nature of a new monarch to sometimes re-mint currency to feature their own likeness or the tendency to re-mind currency to honor a certain monarch during or after their lifetime our medieval coins feature a variety of kings and images as well as coming in a variety of denominations that were used throughout medieval Europe. While featuring primarily English kings and English medieval coins, this category contains nearly all of our medieval coins that do not find direct usage during any of the other named eras. Our Medieval coins are great collectors items and even as gifts to children, collectors, or gamers; they can even be used as a fake currency during re-enactments and fairs.
Pirate Coins (27)
Pirates are, perhaps, one of the most well-known professions that find themselves in possession of a great many coins; one might even consider pirates collectors of coins with a collection that was frequently subject to change. And of course, we are here to offer a number of fantastic pirate coins for the modern-day pirate who finds himself, or herself, decidedly lacking a good amount of pirate coins. We carry a variety of pirate coins, from the cherished gold doubloon to the well-known piece of eight, which has found a place not only in world history but also within pirate lore. Each pirate coin features fantastic detail, and they are great for collectors and pirate enthusiasts alike. Of course, these pirate coins also make for great show-pieces when taken to pirate festivities as well: what pirate would not want to show off a bag full of pirate coins?
Roman Coins (34)
Given the span of time that the Romans held their empire, it stands to reason that they would have featured several forms of currency and coinage, especially since each emperor wanted to have his likeness on roman currency. We offer a wide array of several types of roman coins, all faithful and historical reproductions, cast in pewter with either an antiquated or gold-plated finish. These roman coins come in various denominations, from the small as to the major denarius many of which feature the bust of the ruling emperor when the coin was first struck in history. Some coins even include detailed pamphlets, offering snippets of information not only about the coin but about the Roman activities at the time of the coins creation. These roman coins are fantastic as gifts: they are great for collectors, gamers, and re-enactors. And if they are not given as gifts, they are great for children of the appropriate age, as well as for roman and coin enthusiasts.
Saxon & Norman Coins (6)
The Saxons and the Normans were both a people known for their tenacity and their military prowess; both inevitably settled in many places, although they both found Briton, what is now modern-day England, as their home, and thus, the Saxon and Norman coins offered by us are similar in name and shape to some of the most common forms of English currency, particularly the penny. Many of our Saxon and Norman coins feature busts of Saxon and Norman kings on coins made of pewter with antique-plating; some even feature an included pamphlet that details small bits of information about both coin and people. In a way, the similarity of Saxon and Norman coins is somewhat ironic: the Normans invaded Briton and fought against the Anglo-Saxons. These Saxon and Norman coins are fantastic for gamers, children, and collectors, and work wonders when used as false currency or accessories when used at fairs or re-enactments.
Tudor Coins (13)
We offer a wide array of historical memorabilia, including a number of stylish and authentic historical coins. Among those offered historical coins are a series of coins based off of the founding patrons of the Tudor dynasty of England. These coins are based on the historical coinage that was minted at the foundation of the Tudor dynasty or saw use throughout their rule of England. The Tudor coins are historically accurate; they represent a number of the denominations that are typical in English currency at the time, including denominations like the sixpence, the groat, and the crown among others that were used at the time. These Tudor coins are fantastic items; each is beautifully cast in pewter and either antique or gold plated, and each features intricate detail while still appearing historically authentic even in shape. As far as gifts go, the Tudor coins make great ones: they can be given to children of appropriate ages, collectors, and history-lovers without reproach. And for a historically accurate event, the Tudor coins are great as false currency.
Viking Coins (13)
It should come as little enough surprise that Vikings had coins; very few cultures exist in history today that did not possess some form of currency, in one way or another and the Vikings are no different in this regard. And here, we carry an array of Viking coins. Given that most currency was made from gold and silver, most Vikings dealt with not only their own currency, but the currencies of many groups Vikings were not only raiders but also well-known as traders and explorers, after all. Our own Viking coins are made from pewter and feature antique-plating, and most come in the denomination of the penny, which was one of the most common forms of medieval currency. Our Viking coins are fantastic for use: they are great pieces of false currency to use during re-enactments or events; they also make for superb gifts to collectors, gamers, and children of all ages.