Early English Kings Themed Gaming Coins - Medium 25mm (12-Pack)

SKU: ACS5094
Early English Kings Themed Gaming Coins - Medium 25mm (12-Pack)
Early English Kings Themed Gaming Coins - Medium 25mm (12-Pack)

Early English Kings Themed Gaming Coins - Medium 25mm (12-Pack)

SKU: ACS5094
The Broken Token
Regular price $ 139.00
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Inspired by the House of York and Edward IV's reign, our themed prop coins make great game pieces for your TTRPG nights, Ren Faire costumes, and LARP games.

These are not just for games, even though they were designed with board games in mind, they're great for parties, cosplay, decor, craft projects, and more.

Includes 18 15mm-sized coins from the English Kings Theme set.  Coins are approximately 3mm thick. 

Compatible with games like:

  • Citadels
  • Glen More
  • Lancaster
  • Nations
  • Rise of Empires
  • Sid Meier's Civilization

Customer Reviews

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Geoff A
Great coins

I think I got these ones for caylus. The quality is always top notch and the vintage look is way better than the competitors. I just wish these guys would do a better job bundling their product specific to games, so I would not have to do the work to figure it out. And give a deal on the bundles as opposed to buying piece meal.

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Jack

Perfect

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David B.
Good Repro of a Medieval Angel

Very good reproduction of the gold angel coin of Edward IV from c. 1465. If one was to be a stickler, this coin should be gold, not bronze, but honestly, does it matter? It recreates all of the features of the original, including the small "E" and flower at the base of the cross on the front - just like the original. Good for tabletop use, but also for LARPing and medieval reenacting as well.

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Ben F.
Solid!

Solid!

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Will V.
Early English Kings are a great set

These coins are a great set - I had not noticed in the pictures, but there is the same coat of arms on the Jumbo, Large, & Medium coins making them seem minted by the same monarch family with the head of the king on the Small coin itself. The Tiny coin does not seem as tied to the set with any theme, but still feels part of the set. Overall the set are distinct in size, color, & weight to make them feel increasing in logical value and appear imperfect as a real coin of that age. Great for English theme games or any Viking theme that has plundered a hoard of these coins.

The Medium coin has a nice copper appearance with a good has a ship similar to the Jumbo coin with a predominate medieval cross. On the reverse the seems to be Saint George killing a dragon (or as best could be depicted on a coin). Probably the second best coin of the set.

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