Fantasy Coins Set PDF
Dave Graffam Models
These papercraft coins are easy to make and will look great as game pieces for fantasy or medieval RPGs, wargames and more. All you need are a few sheets of cardstock to print on, a glue stick, and a pair of scissors or a hobby knife and cork-backed aluminum ruler.
Each sheet contains enough pieces to create 35 octagonal coins. They come in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500. Print as many as you need of each type, and hand them out to your players or use them to track currency in your favorite games, or even home-brewed board games. These coins will add a lot of flavor to your RPG sessions, and players can store their coins in their dice bags between games.
Sometimes, your players just need to do some shopping. Cardstock coins are a great way to handle a lot of monetary transactions in a single session. Instead of writing down a lot of numbers over the course of the shopping expedition, the players can hand their currency over to the GM. When their spree is over, they can see exactly how much money they've got left over.
SINGLE-LAYERED FILES: For your printing convenience, the PDFs included in this product are single-layered.
CONTENTS: This product contains 6 different colors of coins. These files are print-quality 300dpi resolution.
DIMENSIONS: Each coin measures approximately 1" across. You can easily print these sheets on US Letter Size or A4 Size without going beyond the margins of most printers.
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