Numismatics

Claulan:
(Platinum) Keeps, (Gold) Crowns, (Silver) Mines, (Copper) Wagons

Dorlan:
(Platinum) Sage, (Gold) Reader, (Silver) Knight, (Copper) Page

Essad:
(Platinum) Throne – cathir, abbreviated c, (Gold) Blade – ferir, abbreviated f, (Silver) Fist – manir, abbreviated m, (Copper) Stone – perir, abbreviated p

Free Cities:
Tun, Keg (electrum), Ewer, Cup, Drop

Ishtria:
Globe, Disk, Crescent, Dark

Llyris:
(Platinum) harps (worth 10 pp in most lands), (Gold) groves (worth 5 sp in most lands), (Silver) Marks (worth 5 cp in most lands), (Copper) commans (worth 1/2 cp in most lands)

Mountainheart:
Platinum Auðr (wealth), Golden Glámr (measurement of value in gold), Silver Eyr (a measurement of weight in silver), Copper Geirr (spear, anvil); Ruby Evigkronr (Evercrown) (worth 5 pp) and Emerald Hallr (halls) (worth 10 pp).

Ralashar (and Haldera) — these coins are no longer minted in Haldera, though the Shari still make them. In the west, (also in places in Muldonor) ancient ruins containing coin-hoards are dug up often enough to bring these to light:
(gold) Siglos/ai [warriors], (silver) Parthas/ai [palms], (copper) Obal/ai [figs]

Silversong and Iiriem:
Stars (serene), Suns (aurisne), Moons (sallabrane), Wanderers (vaeltane)

Soloth:
(gold) Wyrms, (silver) Talons, (copper) Bits

Tailimsiä:
Eimourothir, valnathir (electrum), aurolithir, idabrithir, colir

Teral:
Golden Hand, Silver Finger, Copper Knuckle

The Third Empire:
Platinum Scepter – sceptri, abbreviated sc, Golden Pillar – fulcra, abbreviated f, Silver Tower – turre, abbreviated t, Copper Shield – scutari, abbreviated s

Trident Isles:
(Platinum) Nine of Ninfa, (Gold) Mark of Trade, (Silver) Penny, (Copper) Bit

Weyland:
(Platinum) Thrones, (Gold) Hammers, (Silver) Mines, (Copper) Pence

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Abridged History of the 10th Age Idabrius