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Norse Dual Stave in Iron Coin

Shire Post Mint

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Norse Dual Stave in Iron Coin

Shire Post Mint

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This Norse themed coin has staves on each side meant to imbue dual magical abilities. The Icelandic Vegvisir Wayfinder protects one from losing their way in bad weather, while the Nordic Helm of Awe protects and inspires victory in battle. The Norse Dual Stave from Shire Post Mint is struck from solid iron, with a 3.3 cm diameter, and weighs 33g.

As always, all proceeds from Worldbuilders Market go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.


Norse Dual Stave in Iron CoinNorse Dual Stave in Iron CoinNorse Dual Stave in Iron Coin

“Words are pale shadows of forgotten names. As names have power, words have power. Words can light fires in the minds of men. Words can wring tears from the hardest hearts.”

― Patrick Rothfuss,

This Norse themed coin has staves on each side meant to imbue dual magical abilities. The Icelandic Vegvisir Wayfinder protects one from losing their way in bad weather, while the Nordic Helm of Awe protects and inspires victory in battle. The Norse Dual Stave from Shire Post Mint is struck from solid iron, with a 3.3 cm diameter, and weighs 33g.

As always, all proceeds from Worldbuilders Market go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.


This solid iron coin was struck with 80 tons of force between our hand-engraved steel Vegvisir and Helm of Awe dies! After that it's given a durable black oxide coating that won't readily rust and can be regularly handled.


Shire Post Mint is a small, family-run coining operation located in Arkansas, USA specializing in licensed fantasy coinage, but they make lots of other things too.


Shire Post Mint began in 2001 when Tom bought his first antique coin press. He had a passion for coin collecting since his childhood and his years of knife-making gave him metalworking knowledge that he used to start making coins. The techniques used of hand-engraving steel dies and pressing one at a time are the same used in the 1800s and earlier. After a few years of research, refinement and building a small following online, his work caught the eye of George R.R. Martin, who was interested in having coins made from his new series of books, A Song of Ice and Fire. 


Since then, Shire Post Mint has grown into an internationally recognized company known for attention to detail and a high level of craftsmanship, all while still being super nerdy!


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