The good king of Sionesse requires three types of coins to be minted in his realm.
Gold wheels are the most valuable, showing a wagon wheel on one side and an open fan on the reverse.
The next coin is the silver scale, showing a land drake on one side and a carp on the other.
Copper spelts always depict an olive branch on one side. The other side might show a stoat, badger, or hawk but usually shows a bear.
The misers of Wolhusen use three kinds of coins.
The gold coin is the guilder, decorated with a house on one side and a skull on the opposite.
Silver coins are ducats, showing the face of the current reigning Wolhusen duke or duchess on one side and an axe on the other.
Copper plugs are the least valuable, showing a bag of grain on one side and a pitchfork on the reverse.
To see previous posts on money in the world of Castle Triskelion, see Foreign Currencies Part I, Elvish Currency, Dwarven Currency, and Sarcoy Currency.