Sunday, November 15, 2009

Tengwar 2009

Compass Rose 2009 Geocoin

The 2009 Compass Rose Geocoin™ design comes from a mid 1600s Portuguese map of Brazil. It is made with translucent colors and multiple angles in the background. The names of each wind direction encircle the compass rose representing the cardinal and ordinal directions. You can interpret the direction names at the 5th Anniversary Compass Rose Geocoin™ page.

The backside image is an armillary sphere. Armillary spheres were developed a few hundred years before the birth of Christ, modified several times as new discoveries were made, and used until the late 1700s. Earlier models have the earth placed at the center of the universe, and then later models reflect the sun in the center of the universe. They were used for navigation, but not as effective as other methods. In addition, they also helped to understand the heavens. They were great at measuring distances in the heavens and tracking movements of planets, comets, and other objects. But notably related to our special coins, they were used extensively for training navigators. The armillary sphere design on this coin is from the same era of the compass rose used on the front side.

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  • Measures 1.75" across
  • Translucent colors
  • 2-tone finish
  • 3-D backside
  • Trackable on
  • An icon unique to this coin will show on your profile when you log a discovery

Halloween Hat

Size: 45mm x 45 x 3mm thick
Editions: Silver

LE - Gold

AE - Gold with red hair
Designed By: clarkbowmen
Icon: *If we reach 250 in sales, there will be a unique icon.

My Own Geocoin -SANTA CLAUS-

Auf der Suche nach einem persönlichen Coin als Weihnachtsgeschenk?
Dann ist dieser Geocoin das ideale persönliche Geschenk.

- Durchmesser: 1.75 Zoll (ca. 44 mm)
- Dicke: 3mm
- Trackable auf
- Eigenes Icon:
- Eigener Präfix: MY

- Metalle: verschiedene Versionen (siehe unten)
- Farben: verschiedene Farben (siehe unten)
- Rückseite: Kompassrose

- Vorderseite: Santa Claus (fest) + INDIVIDUELLER GRAVURTEXT 1 + 2 (je max 25 Zeichen)

Lieferung incl. Coin Schmuckschatulle

Weihnachten 2009 Geocoin

- 1,75 Zoll Durchmesser; 3 mm thickness
- durchscheinende transparente Farben am Rand
- 6 XLE Coins
- trackbar auf mit eigenem Icon:
- Alle Versionen Limitiert

Christmas Tree Geocoin

- 2 Zoll Länge (ca. 50 mm) ; 3 mm Dicke
- durchscheinende transparente Farben für die Weihnachtskugeln
- trackable auf mit eigenem Icon: Christmas Tree Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel
- 3 Coins (Black Nickel, Poliertes Gold und Poliertes Silber)
- 1 mm Öse um den Coin am Weihnachtsbaum zu befestigen

Christmas Ball Geocoin

- 1.5 Zoll (ca. 50 mm) ; 3 mm Dicke
- transparente Farbe auf beiden Seiten
- 6 Coins in 6 verschiedenen Farben
- trackable auf mit eigenem Icon:
- 3 mm Öse um den Coin am Weihnachtsbaum zu befestigen

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Kärnten Geocoin

- 1,5 Zoll Durchmesser (ca. 38 mm)

- Vorderseite: 2D Darstellung mit Farben
- Rückseite: 2D Darstellung (Übersicht von Österreich) mit Farben
- enthält 5 Coins (3 x XLE, 2 x RE)
- trackable auf mit eigenem Icon: Kaernten Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel Kaernten Geocoin Icon 16 Pixel

Mehr Informationen über Kärnten:

20 Jahre Mauerfall

20 Jahre Mauerfall

- 1.5 Zoll (ca. 38 mm)
- Vorderseite: 2D Darstellung mit transparenten Farben
- Rückseite: 2D Darstellung
- Sehr schöne transparente Farben auf der Frontseite
- Trackbar auf mit eigenem Icon:

Dieser Geocoin erinnert an das Ereignis des Berliner Mauerfalls 1989

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Mimbres 3.0

Joker's Wild Poker Chip

Dimensions1.5 inches round


FinishShiny Nickel

EnamelingHard Enamel with Translucent and Glitter


Has IconYes

Don't Mess With Sasquatch

Dimensions1.50 inches


FinishBlack Nickel

EnamelingImitation Hard Enamel


Has IconYes

Just another hike in the woods. But you feel like someone or something is following you. Should have worn your Bigfoot repellent! We warned you not to mess with him. This fun little coin was designed for all those Bigfoot lovers who miss our first footprint coin.

Geocoinfest 2009 Silver Regular Edition


FinishAntique Silver

EnamelingHard Enamel with Translucent


Has IconYes

Geocoinfest 2009 was in Salt Lake City this year. We were the proud manufacturers of the event geocoin. Some registration packages were not claimed and not all the coins were sold, so here's your chance to get in on the action. This is the regular silver edition with blue translucent enamels. It also comes with a bonus PATHTAG! Quantities are very limited, so don't hesitiate

Geocoin - Appalachian Trail Final SE AC

Description: Appalachian Trail Final SE Geocoin -Antique Copper

This is the Final Appalachian Trail Geocoin in the AT Trail Series. After 2 years, the final coin is now released. This comes in a different design then the rest of the coins.

Size: 1 5/8" (42mm) x 3.5mm

Trackable at and has its own icon.

Geocoin - Bowling with the Hobos

Description: Bowling with the Hobos

From the Bowling with the Hobos Event. While at Geocoinfest you were able to meet and greet the Hobos and bowl with them. We have a limited number of Hobo Bowling coins left from the event.

Trackable at and have the HOBO Icon.

Geocoin - CacheBus LE

Description:CacheBus Geocoin

CacheBus Geocoin. This Geocoin was produced for those who went on the CacheBus during Geocoinfest. We have a limited number of these coins available forsale.

Only 100 coins were made!!

This coins is Trackable on with its own Icon.

Geocoin - Trax Challenge

Description:Trax Challenge Coins

We have a limited number of Trax Challenge Geocoins left. These were the official GCF2009 Trax coins.

This coins is Trackable on with its own Icon.

Geocoin - Golden Spike Geocoin

Description:Golden Spike Geocoin

During GeocoinFest we are introducing the Golden Spike Geocoin. This Geocoin looks like the real Golden Spike which was used in the Coming Together of the Railroads.

On May 10, 1869 the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads were connected at Promontory Summit, Utah. In order to mark the occasion, a golden spike was used to join the two lines, effectively uniting a nation and opening up the West for commerce and travel. This trackable Golden Spike Geocoin commemorates the joining of the lines.

Size: 1.75" x 5mm

This coins is Trackable on with its own Icon.

Geocoin - Fall Leaf Pendant

Description:Fall Leaf Pendant

Embrace the changing of the season with this Fall Leaf Pendant. This customer designed pendant is also a trackable geocoin. In both red and orange, the transparent colors of these leaves echo the colors we see around us.

Size: 1.5" (38mm) + Metal Chain

This coins is Trackable on with its own Icon.

Geocoin - Celtic Peacock

Description: Celtic Peacock BN Geocoin SE

The Peacock (Peacoige) symbolizes many different things in Celtic folklore. A peacock's colorful tail represents the rays of the sun and the birth of a new day. The peacock itself represents wealth and luxury. The gold Celtic Peacoige personifies this exegetic meaning.

Size: 1.75" (45mm) x 3.5mm

Collect, share or use as a FTF prize for your geocaches

This coin is trackable on and has its own icon.

Geocoin - Green Tree Frog

Description: Green Tree Frog Black Nickel Geocoin

You may get a glimpse of a real green tree frog if you go geocaching in the wetlands of the southeastern United States. But for amphibian lovers who aren't able to make it to the habitat of these cute little climbers, we are happy to introduce the geocoin version. This little hopper is trackable on with its own icon - catch sight of it as it travels worldwide.

Size: 1.67" (42mm) x 3.5mm

This coin is trackable on and has its own icon.

Geocoin - Puppy Pound - Labrador AB

Description: Puppy Pound Geocoin Antique Copper

Woof! Woof! This Puppy Pound dog bone shows our Labrador named 'Tracker' lazing about on the front of the coin and his paw prints running about on the back.

Size: 1.67" (42mm) x 3.5mm

Trackable at

Geocoin - GeoBike AC (GCF Version) (LE)

Description:GeoBike Geocoin

During GeocoinFest we are introducing the GeoBike Geocoin. This Geocoin looks like a Bicycle and the wheels even turn. This is a great Geocoin for a cachers and bike enthusiast alike!

Size: 1.75" x 5mm (including the wheels)

This coins is Trackable on with its own Icon.

Geocoin - London Roadmaster Bus

Description: London Roadmaster Bus Geocoin

The London Bus is one of London's principal icons, the archetypal red rear-entrance double-deck Routemaster being recognised worldwide. Although the Routemaster has now been largely phased out of service, with only two heritage routes still using the vehicles, the majority of buses in London are still red and therefore the red bus remains an iconic symbol of the city.

When in London, make sure you take time to cache using the London Routemaster Bus!

Size: 1.75" (45mm)

Collect, share or use as a FTF prize for your geocaches

This coin is trackable on and has its own icon.

Geocoin - 2009 Halloween Evil Micro

Description: 2009 Halloween Evil Micro Geocoin

Spread some Halloween chills with this fear-inspiring Evil Micro, new for 2009. This 1-inch geocoin will haunt our site for a short time only, so get yours today and get into the Halloween spirit.

Geocoin limted to 100 PCS only!

Size: 1" (25mm) x 2.5mm

Trackable at and has its own icon.

Rembrandt Geocoin

- 1,75 x 1,75 Zoll (ca. 44 mm); Dicke 3,0 mm
- 3D Darstellung auf Vorder- und Rückseite
- trackable auf mit eigenem Icon: Rembrandt Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel Rembrandt Geocoin Icon 16 Pixel

Text by Team van Stoffelen:

Rembrandt, son of Harmen van Rijn was born July 15, 1606 in Leiden. Having achieved youthful success as a portrait painter, his later years were marked by personal tragedy and financial hardship. His drawings and paintings were popular throughout his lifetime and his reputation as an artist remained high.

The Night Watch is the common name of one of his most famous works of this Dutch master and is more properly titled The Militia Company of Frans Banning Cocq. It is on prominent display in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Rembrandt died October 4, 1669 in Amsterdam and outlived his wife and son. He was buried in a unmarked grave in the Westerkerk (Western Church) in Amsterdam. Het became on of the most prominent icons of the Dutch Golden Age.