AA Turbayne, Monograms & Ciphers, London, England (1906), oval shape, loose bail, smooth background
Size: 32 x 20 mm
Weight: 3.7 grams
The Dragon's Mark
The legend of the Dragon Lord has nearly been forgotten. Its mark had been thought to be just a piece of artwork. But there are those in foreign lands who still pass down tales from generation to generation of these men of valor who can speak to dragons. These powers are given to a young man upon his father’s passing, and the royal seal containing the dragon’s mark is handed down to the new Dragon Lord. A crown, signaling the men as being set apart, sits atop two intertwining F’s, whose meaning is lost, just as the language of the dragons, but for which no translation is needed, as a dragon appears within the intricately combined letters. The dragon’s mark looks like it belongs in the tales of King Arthur and the Druids.-historical fiction-
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