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Aerys II Targaryen Silver Stag

Aerys II Targaryen Silver Stag

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  • Material: Silver
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Fully licensed by George R.R. Martin from his series "A Song of Ice and Fire" and made in the USA. This listing is for one fantasy coin, struck in 1/10 troy ounce of pure silver (.999 fine). 2.1 cm diameter, about the size of a U.S. Nickel. Denominated one “Stag,” Mad King Aerys II on obverse, stag on reverse. Undated: circa: AC 280.

This silver “stag” piece is from Westeros late in the tenure of the Targaryen kings, some 280 years after the unification of that land by the event known historically as Aegon’s Conquest. This piece is done in primitivistic “town” style with coarse engraving. The stylized portrait of King Aerys II wears a crown, carries a boar-spear and firepot. Aerys II was often known as the “Mad King” due to his penchant for burning his perceived enemies to death in court. The reverse of this piece shows a simple stag done in the “country” style (as contrasted with the high-art style of Aegon I, the first Targaryen king), the stag again symbolizing the denomination of the coin… one “stag”. The O.T. mintmark at bottom signifies the fictional Oldtown mint.

All orders come in a plain envelope with a wax sealed envelope. Each order comes with a custom certificate of authenticity. The name on the envelope can be omitted or changed upon request. We will write the name on the order otherwise.


My name is Tom Maringer and I make fantasy coins under the trade name Shire Post Mint.
Fully licensed by George R.R. Martin from his series "A Song of Ice and Fire" and made in the USA. This listing is for one fantasy coin, struck in 1/10 troy ounce of pure silver (.999 fine). 2.1 cm diameter, about the size of a U.S. Nickel. Denominated one “Stag,” Mad King Aerys II on obverse, stag on reverse. Undated: circa: AC 280.

This silver “stag” piece is from Westeros late in the tenure of the Targaryen kings, some 280 years after the unification of that land by the event known historically as Aegon’s Conquest. This piece is done in primitivistic “town” style with coarse engraving. The stylized portrait of King Aerys II wears a crown, carries a boar-spear and firepot. Aerys II was often known as the “Mad King” due to his penchant for burning his perceived enemies to death in court. The reverse of this piece shows a simple stag done in the “country” style (as contrasted with the high-art style of Aegon I, the first Targaryen king), the stag again symbolizing the denomination of the coin… one “stag”. The O.T. mintmark at bottom signifies the fictional Oldtown mint.

All orders come in a plain envelope with a wax sealed envelope. Each order comes with a custom certificate of authenticity. The name on the envelope can be omitted or changed upon request. We will write the name on the order otherwise.


My name is Tom Maringer and I make fantasy coins under the trade name Shire Post Mint.

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