Item:Commemorative coin with rippled edges

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commemorative <metal> coin with rippled edges
Look: The brass sphere shows the engraved image of Andreshlew dotted with tiny tents and caravans in a great festive display. The date stamped on the <metal> coin reads: "Hollow Eve ~ 436".

Other side: The reverse of the brass sphere shows the engraved image of a conch shell flanked by tidal lilies.

Weight: 2 stones
Metal: Unknown
Appraised Cost: 62,500 Kronars50,000 Lirums <br />45,100 Dokoras <br />62.5 LTBpoints <br />62.5 Tickets <br />62.5 Scrips <br />
  • This item is a toy.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Hollow Eve Festival 447/Game prizes, Hollow Eve Festival 443/Game prizes, Hollow Eve Festival 439/Game prizes, Hollow Eve Festival 436/Game prizes
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  • STUDY: You study your <metal> coin and believe you can LOOK at the face of the <metal> coin and TURN it over to see the other side. In addition, you think you can FLIP it to land either on heads or tails, SPIN it and ROLL it across your knuckles.
  • SPIN: A quick scan of the area nets you a fairly flat and smooth surface to attempt your trick. Holding the <metal> coin upright with one finger, you flick the edge with another, sending the coin spinning wildly. As it slows, the coin tips, begins to lean and rolls on its rim. It wobbles more and until it comes to an abrupt stop. You pick it up.
  • ROLL: With a flourish you produce the <metal> coin hidden in your palm and begin to roll it down your fingers from the index to the little finger and back again.
  • FLIP: You put your thumb under your <metal> coin and flip it high into the air. When it falls, you snatch it from the air and slap it on your wrist! The coin lands [side] up.


An example is a commemorative razaksel coin with rippled edges.

Bolded materials are rare and required for alterations.