• King Feyda Calanthis Breakable Vintish Penny
  • King Feyda Calanthis Breakable Vintish Penny

King Feyda Calanthis Breakable Vintish Penny

by Worldbuilders Market

$ 30.00

Product Description

Shire Post Mint and Worldbuilders have collaborated to bring to you this wonderful coin from the fantasy world of Temerant! We have a pre-order available now so that you can acquire one of these vintish coins as soon as they become available!

"I have stolen princesses back from sleeping barrow kings…” -Kvothe, Name of the Wind

As King in life, Feyda is shown in chainmail flanked by soldiers below the sun. He holds a map and a downward pointing sword. As King in death, the barrow draug Wizard King Feyda holds an upward pointing sword and a branch of hemlock. Behind him are Greystones and a crescent moon. Feyda Calanthis was posthumously declared the first king of Tarvintas. Standard Version: This coin was struck after Feyda died and is thinner than the coins struck when he was alive. The Penny is scored i n such a way that it can be bent and broken in two - resulting in two Vintish Half Pennies. If you break this Penny to make change, it is only polite to offer the other party the choice of which half to keep. The standard coin specs are: 1.41" / 36mm diameter, 12 grams solid copper and the heavey is 1.41" / 36mm diameter, 21 grams solid copper.

Breaking your coin:
This coin can be broken without the use of any tools. We suggest pressing the coin against the corner of a table or windowsill to start the bend, then bend back and forth by hand until it breaks. Warning: this process is very satisfying and may become addictive. In our tests, there isn't much of a sharp edge on the Half Pennies. We recommend rubbing any sharp edge onto the other coin edge or on a rock to smooth the coins for daily carry.

Coin artwork by Nate Taylor, approved by Patrick Rothfuss, engraving by Woody Maringer.

The product is treated to look as if it has been handled and circulated. This process is done by hand, and it is both an art and a science, coloring and patinas will vary. No two are exactly the same! Coins are struck one at a time in the USA using antique machinery and traditional coining techniques. Officially licensed The Kingkiller Chronicle merchandise © Elodin Enterprises. All rights reserved.

These items are still in production and should be shipping around the end of January, however we cannot make any guarantees due to the unpredictable nature of shipping at this time.

All proceeds go to Worldbuilders, a geek-centered nonprofit supporting humanitarian efforts worldwide.