The plow is most often made of tin, and is associated with petty transactions between farm laborers. It is not even much valued by these people, who prefer to barter for payment in kind than for this coin. It is adorned with a crude cross, representing a plow, or crossed sheaves of grain (the image is not very distinct).
The cheer is made of zinc, and is stamped with a mug on one side and a bottle on the other. It is the denomination most used to buy drinks or meals in public houses. It is equal in value to ten plow.
The scale has some iron in it, mixed with tin or nickel. It has the scales of Solaron on both sides. It is equal in value to ten cheer.
The hull is made of silver. It shows a sailing ship on both sides, and is associated with the expenses of maintaining and repairing ships, or paying crews. It is equal in value to 100 scale.
The gate is a coin of gold. It is adorned with a gate in the stone wall of a country estate on one side, and the gate of a fortress on the other side. It is associated with the expenses of land ownership. It is equal in value to 10 hull.
The sovereign is a coin of gold and platinum. It is associated with magic, and can be enchanted to cause specific effects relating to the particular financial transactions in which it is used.