Numismatic Dragon Egg (shipping included in price)
Numismatic Dragons are an ideal miniature breed for the beginning dragonkeeper. They are a low-heat breed, do not breathe fire, and their saliva is only mildly acidic and harmless. They require very little care and remain near hatchling size for their first 200 years. Once hatched, keep your dragon in a change jar or piggybank, and add new coins to its hoard regularly.
Factual Facts: Numismatic dragon sculptures are tiny collectible cast resin sculptures of my own design, which I hand paint and encase in hatchable eggs. There are several poses, but the one you get in your egg is a surprise, and some are rarer than others. You have to break the egg to see which one you get! They measure approximately an inch long or tall and come with instructions for care.
Estimated shipping to the continental US is included in the price - if you are outside the shipping area or purchasing more than one item, please contact me for a custom shipping price for your order.
Numismatic Dragon Eggs
- Hatch your dragon egg. It is ready to hatch if it is completely dry. Press the egg against a hard surface and roll firmly to simulate the weight of coins against the shell. Once the shell is cracked, help your dragon emerge.
- Place your dragon on its hoard. Numismatic dragons prefer a variety of coins to nest in, burrow, and lick for their nutritional needs. They do NOT need water.
- Add new coins to the hoard regularly to maintain your dragon's health.
- Removing the hoard: If your dragon's hoarding container becomes crowded, remove the dragon with a few of his favorite coins, take out the rest, and return him to the hoarding container. If you have been giving him coins regularly, he will trust you to replenish the hoard.