Money in Liaha is standardized and is done by weight. The prices in the appendix are normally very close to prices commanded in the cities around the kingdom. Some normal variance occurs, worked metal tends to be cheaper in the south, leather and foodstuffs cheaper in the north.
Liahan money is a variety of shapes. Iron Bits and Copper are round with imprints on the sides.
Silver, Gold, and Platinum are diamond shaped and are made to allow for the coin to be split into
halves with ‘striking’ marks on the edge of the coin.
2 Iron Bits = 1 Copper
10 Copper = 1 Silver
4 Silver = 1 Gold
2 Gold = 1 Platinum
1 Platinum = 160 Iron Bits
1 Platinum = 80 Copper
1 Platinum = 8 Silver
1 Platinum = 2 Gold
|Iron Bits||Pence||Bits||2.5g or 175 to a pound|
|Copper||Shilling||Commons||5g or 87 to a pound|
|Silver||Florins||Knights||6g or 72 to a pound|
|Gold||Sterling||Nobles||8g or 55 to a pound|
|Plat||Sovereigns||Kings||12g or 36 to a pound|