Set of 80 Scythe metal coins, by Stonemaier Games.
These heavy-weight, finely-minted coins are crafted from zinc and nickel with high-relief 3D detailing and a hand-buffed finish.
- 10 x $20 coin (gold, 30mm)
- 15 x $10 coin (silver, 26mm)
- 15 x $5 coin (nickel, 24mm)
- 15 x $3 coin (copper, 22mm)
- 25 x $1 coin (blue, 20mm)
We have a very limited supply so ACT FAST!
Very high quality and adds another layer of playability to a already fun and high quality game.
Love the coins, feel is more real, weight is right, and the various colors makes them even easier to distinguish from a distance. My only complaint is that this set doesn't include the 50 piece, so we still have that one in cardboard.
Does not include promo $2 and $50 metal coins
Yes, the real feel of money!
The Scythe coins a great. There are plenty of denominations for any game you play. Nice metal sound when you pay with them or to play with them while you have them in front of you. The price that you pay to how many you get it nice too, harder to run out of 1 coins when you have more of them.
There are two things I don't like about these coins. The weight is just not there for what you would expect for good metal coins. The low weight is probably why they can sell so many coins in one package while still keeping it relatively cheaper to buy, compared to other coins. I would prefer a heavier weight to them though, that's part of the reason people buy metal coins, the weight and sound.
The other thing I don't like about these coins is that the 5 and 10 coins can be difficult to tell apart. The size and color are just a little too close and players have often grabbed the wrong coins when they didn't mean to.
Despite the two negatives in this review these coins are a great cheaper option for metal coins that provide you with plenty of coins that have multiple different denominations. That makes these coins great for all kinds of games that you just can't get with other coins.
If you're looking for a heavier feel, their dwarven coins have a great feel to them and maybe about 3 times more weighty than these coins.