So, after writing the other post about currency, I got to thinking about what the coins would look like. Other than a circular shape and the color of their respective metals, I thought about the different leaves that would be used to decorate the individual coins to give another bit of a look to represent their value, especially since there’s more than one coin for each type of metal.
Per – Beech Tree leaf, simple oval shape, no serrations or parts.
Mir – Water Birch leaf, oval shaped with serrated “teeth” along the edges.
Uru – Alder leaf, tear drop shaped, serrated edges.
Eneg – Ash leaf, ellipse shaped with pointed ends, no serration.
Paen – Rowan leaf, long oval shaped leaf, rounded ends, minor serration.
Telem – Apple leaf, rounded, semi oval shaped leaf, pointed end, no serration.
Síla – Grape leaf, large three pointed, circular shaped leaf, minor serration.
Pery – Horse Chestnut leaf, 5 parted, oval shaped leaves, no serrations.
Col – Maple leaf, the royal symbol, 3 pointed leaf, no serrations.
Mall – Maple leaf, the royal symbol, 5 pointed leaf, no serrations.
Airi – Green Poplar leaf, three serrated, smooth tip lobes.
Carar – Ivy leaf, three pointed lobes, no serration.
Celer – Oak leaf, multi-pointed lobes, no serration.
Ithil – Fig leaf, five lobed, round tipped, minor serration.
Laur – Hemlock leaf, multi-pointed, tiny leaves forming larger three-pointed leaf shape, minor serration.
Macal – Leather leaf Fern, a cluster of tiny oval leaves close together and connected upon a fern branch.
I’m sure I could have done better with some of them, but I could no longer think of any leaves that seemed like they could fit.