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Nick Case
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For those who like to push their game enhancements up to 11, it's my pleasure to announce that an additional bolt on is now available. Real pewter Nog coins;



The artwork for the coin was drawn by Peter Firmin and is being produced by David Wood and The Little Soldier Company. Go to the Kickstarter campaign page for more details.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2028436519/tales-of-the...
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Finally able to back the project, and hopefully this will be available as a bolt on too.
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Wulf Corbett
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£15? For 5 coins?

No, a step too far.
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Wulf Corbett wrote:
£15? For 5 coins?

No, a step too far.


The pound is very weak against the nog coin currently, but I still think it’s a worthwhile investment.
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nickbolton wrote:
The pound is very weak against the nog coin currently, but I still think it’s a worthwhile investment.

I blame Brexit.

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nickbolton wrote:
Wulf Corbett wrote:
£15? For 5 coins?

No, a step too far.


The pound is very weak against the nog coin currently, but I still think it’s a worthwhile investment.


The coins were possibly originally recovered from a long barrow, making them the world's first crypt-currency.
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