This is a set of 30 ISK tokens engraved and cut from high-quality, cast acrylic.
The set includes (20) 1-ISK tokens and (10) 3-ISK tokens. Work perfectly with games like Coup.
Acrylic may arrive with protective paper backing on both sides and should be removed before assembly. Having trouble removing all the paper backing from the acrylic sheets? We recommend Simple Green to get any residual adhesive off.
MADE IN THE USA
When purchasing Coup, i was worried I would have been really unsatisfied about the quality of the cardboard coins. This is exactly what I was looking for to replace them.
They look sweet and are so much more substantive than the cardboard tokens that come with the game.
These are a wonderful addition to coup. Very high quality and attractive.
I was really impressed with the quality of the tokens, as well as the attention to detail in the etching. No complaints about the product. I do, however, feel the shipping packaging was somewhat excessive. All I had ordered were the tokens and some card sleeves, and I think a padded envelope would have been much better suited than a box full of shipping peanuts.
I play Coup with a group of co-workers at lunch a lot, and bought these on a lark, and I'm really glad I did. Above and beyond being just much higher quality than the cardboard pieces, the addition of the 3 isk token is really convenient since so much seems to happen around multiples of 3. Not just the Duke and Assassin either. 6 isk is one short of being able to Coup, and 9 is one short of being forced to Coup. So if you see a stack of 3s in front of an opponent, you know they're close to a big move. We even took to using these tokens with the sequel Coup Rebellion G54, which uses the same 1 and 3 denominations. The acrylic tokens really show their value there because you can tell the difference between 1s and 3s in a stack, which you can't do with cardboard. Plus they just feel nicer. I'm a little worried that we might not have quite enough tokens for G54, but it hasn't been a problem so far, even in a 6 player game. If it ever becomes a regular issue, I'd probably just get a second set at this point.