Throughout the Witcher lore, there are many different types of currency
, used both within kingdoms and some more regional, like specific cities.
Bizant or bezant is the unit of currency in Kovir and Poviss.
Copper is a subdivision of a crown, where 100 coppers equal 1 crown. It can be found in use in some of the Northern Kingdoms such as Redania, Brugge, and Cidaris.
Crown is the currency used in Redania, Brugge, Kerack, and Cidaris. 1 crown is equal to 100 coppers.
Denar is used in Arcsea and Ebbing. In Wiedźmin: Gra Wyobraźni, it's the primary monetary unit.
Ducat is a gold coin of unknown origin and has been known to be used in Cintra, Kaedwen, Aedirn, and Skellige.
Farthing is used in Oxenfurt.
Floren is the Nilfgaardian Empire's currency.
Groat is a monetary unit equivalent to 1/100 of a noble (1 noble equals 100 groats). Groats and nobles are used in Gors Velen.
Gulden is a unit of currency used in Lyria and Rivia.
Lintar is the unit of currency used in Caingorn.
Mariborian crown Edit
Mariborian crown is a unit of currency used in at least in Maribor.
Mark (Narok) Edit
The Mark, not to be confused with the Nilfgaardian mark, is the currency used in Narok.
The mark is used as a basis for currency in Nilfgaard.
The floren is based on the mark. Because 60 florens can be minted from a single mark, the mark is often used for higher amounts. As such, it also serves as a type of weight measurement.
Noble is a monetary unit in Gors Velen and equals 100 groats.
Oren is a unit of currency used in Temeria and all its vassal states and territories.
Silver penny Edit
The silver penny is an ancient silver coin. Nilfgaardian Empire also uses silver pennies.
Thaler is a unit of currency in Cidaris.
- ↑ In Arrest warrant in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
- ↑ Sword of Destiny
- ↑ Time of Contempt
- ↑ The Last Wish
- ↑ The Lady of the Lake
- ↑ Baptism of Fire