Bermania
Kingdom of Bermania is a creation of veteran coin-dealer Allen G. Berman, in Fairfield, Connecticut, USA, founded in the mid-1970s; 

http://www.bermania.org/

He began coin collecting as a childhood hobby, but the study of coins soon became a key focus in his life. As an undergraduate he was given the opportunity to work directly with the American Numismatic Society's collections, recataloging a portion of its medieval holdings. At present he serve as a member of the Society's Committee on Medieval Coins. He completed his master's thesis on early papal coins in 1986. He has presented lectures to groups as diverse as the Cub Scouts and MENSA. In 1997, he was appointed an instructor for the American Numismatic Association's Summer Conference, creating an intensive course on medieval coins, which was attended by numismatists from both the United States and overseas.

In addition to writing, he is a rare coin dealer with an international clientele. Since 1979, he has routinely been called upon to appraise and identify coins for other numismatic firms, auction houses and banks. Krause Publications, the world's largest numismatic publisher, has many times awarded him their Customer Service Award. He has repeatedly provided expert testimony before Senate and House committees at the Connecticut state capitol. As a member of the American Numismatic Association, American Numismatic Society, Numismatic Literary Guild, Russian Numismatic Society, Florida United Numismatists, he is also been the Secretary of the Fairfield County Numismatic Association since 1987.

This coin has been struck for his own fantasy kingdom for my real life wedding in November 1998. 

Reverse: "KINGDOM OF BERMANIA", "ROYAL WEDDING OF ALANUS I & BARBARA OF ULSTER" and "5 DENAR PLUMB 1998" are written.. 

Obverse: Arms and Coat of Bermania, with the following description circling around it. "ALANVS.D:G:BERMANIAE.REX.ORB:TER:NOS.IMP:VEN:COM:&c.".

The following are the mintage produced in different metal:

Nickel-Silver (Ni-Ag) = 1000 pieces

Aluminum (Al) = 452 pieces

Silver (.999Ag) = 18 pieces

I purchased my 5 Denar Plumb Ni-Ag Coin from Joel Anderson. This interesting coin can be seen at Mr. Allen G. Berman's website at  http://www.bermania.com/interesting.htm. These coins are also available with Similarcoin from time to time.
 

 
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