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A '''coin''' is a piece of hard material, traditionally [[metal]] (especially [[silver]] or [[gold]]) and usually in the shape of a disc, which is used as a form of [[money]]. Coins are produced by [[moneyer]]s. Beyond mercantile uses, coins are sometimes fashioned into [[jewelry]] or used in [[favour]]s.
 
A '''coin''' is a piece of hard material, traditionally [[metal]] (especially [[silver]] or [[gold]]) and usually in the shape of a disc, which is used as a form of [[money]]. Coins are produced by [[moneyer]]s. Beyond mercantile uses, coins are sometimes fashioned into [[jewelry]] or used in [[favour]]s.
   
==Coins inthe SCA==
 
In the [[SCA]], they are often made in [[pewter]] to resemble silver.
 
==Internal Links==
 
 
''See Also:''
 
''See Also:''
 
*[[12th_Century_coins|12th Century Coins]]
 
*[[12th_Century_coins|12th Century Coins]]
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==Coins in the SCA==
 
In the [[SCA]], they are often made in [[pewter]] to resemble silver.
   
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Latest revision as of 10:44, 12 June 2007

A coin is a piece of hard material, traditionally metal (especially silver or gold) and usually in the shape of a disc, which is used as a form of money. Coins are produced by moneyers. Beyond mercantile uses, coins are sometimes fashioned into jewelry or used in favours.

See Also:

Coins in the SCA

In the SCA, they are often made in pewter to resemble silver.

External Links