A heavy trapezoid shaped coin is made from pure iron and comes from Ceald, a country in the northwest of the Four Corners of Civilization. The Cealdim were the first to establish a standardized currency, and to the present day Cealdish currency can be used throughout the Four Corners. We presume that the earliest money was made literally by sawing slices from ingots of metal. In more recent times they are no longer made in this way, but retain the same shape through custom and tradition. It features a simple stamp of a mountain and lake, the symbol of Ceald. Coins are made one at a time in the USA using antique machinery and traditional coining techniques. Includes a leaflet with history and currency conversions. Officially licensed merchandise.