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The Wheel Turns: A Silver Mark


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Hello, friends! The Wheel has turned all the way around to Thursday again, which means two things: the weekend is not too far away, and it's time for our Rotating Features blog!


 


You, like myself and other fans, have a definite need for something--more merchandise from their obsession of choice!



This week, I wanted to talk about a particular type of merchandise that really is a kind of collector's item, or rather, a potential collection. If you could have something from the Wheel of Time world, what would it be? Likely, many things come to your mind, there are lots of possibilities, be it a ring, or a weapon.  One that you may not think of, however, is actually a great idea--a coin!




People have coin collections from the "real world." As a child I had one of old coins (or copies of). Well, now you can get them from your favorite fictional worlds as well!

And that's the idea behind The Shire Post Mint, a website dedicated to making these replica coins, including the silver Tar Valon Mark and the Golden Crown of Ellisande from The Wheel of Time books. They also have coins from George R. R. Martin's fictional world of Westeros, and from Patrick Rothfuss' Four Corners of Civilization too.



Their latest Wheel of Time coin is the pure silver Tar Valon Mark. This coin differs from the previous version and features Siuan Sanche on one side, and the other has the Flame of Tar Valon and the Great Serpent around the edge.  This special edition includes the coin in sealing wax atop a letter from Siuan Sanche, herself ("What the bearer does is done at my order and by my authority. Obey, and keep silent, at my command.").




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The Shire Post Mint will be a vendor at JordanCon this year.  Check them out and you could be well on your way to starting or expanding your fantasy/fiction coin collection!



That's all for now! Have fun!



Until next time, friends!

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We also have some of these that are folded up and tied so that they can be easily carried in pocket or purse. Great to have at con to show to anybody who says... "Hey, where do you think you're going?" or "Don't you think you've had enough?". 

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Please. Please let me sign one. Please. Please. Please. I'll frame it and hang it on my wall. I will kill in your name if you let me do this. Seriously. Name a person and they are dead. Please. 

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