The Lendosan Confederation's currency is known as the Coronalo. This literally means "crown", but it is preferred if the term is not translated (especially in light of the fact that there are other well-known currencies called the crown, possibly causing confusion). The Coronalo is divided into two subdivisions - the Sceptro (literally, "scepter") and the Parma (literally, "shield"). A Sceptro is worth a tenth of a Coronalo, while a Parma is worth a tenth of a Sceptro (or a hundredth of a Coronalo).
The names Coronalo, Sceptro, and Parma reflect the three symbols of royal power in the old High Kingdom of Piolsa, from which the modern Lendosan currency takes its basic form.
The Lendosan Confederation uses both coins and polymer banknotes. All units valued in Parmas and Sceptros, as well as the one and two Coronalo units, come in the form of coins, while the others are notes. Coins can be either bronze, silver, or gold in colouring (although do not contain those actual metals). Banknotes are one of five different colours depending on their value. The table below shows the various denominations available.
Denomination Value Form Colour 1 Parma 0.01 Coin Bronze 2 Parmas 0.02 Coin Bronze 5 Parmas 0.05 Coin Silver 1 Sceptro 0.1 Coin Silver 2 Sceptros 0.2 Coin Silver 5 Sceptros 0.5 Coin Silver 1 Coronalo 1 Coin Gold 2 Coronalos 2 Coin Gold 5 Coronalos 5 Note Yellow 10 Coronalos 10 Note Blue 20 Coronalos 20 Note Green 50 Coronalos 50 Note Purple 100 Coronalos 100 Note Red .
Sample Image of Lendosan Currency .
The Coronalo, although originally pegged to the currency of various other currencies during the period of its introduction, is now a floating currency, with its value relative to other currencies being determined by the market.