Electrum Starter Set
This is a set of 47 coins from the Electrum range, intended for use with fantasy roleplaying games.
The Electrum Starter Set is the perfect way to start your evil treasury. This set contains the mysterious loot that your adventurers will find in dark, long-forgotten places.
The set contains coins in eleven different denominations, each with a black nickel finish, packed in a special purple velvet bag:
1-Electrum (x5): The skull (19mm)
The denominations are clearly displayed, making the coins easy to cash in during play. The different shapes and sizes also make each coin type very distinct.
These coins were designed by Australian artist Lee Smith.
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