Dienstag, 30. November 2010

__Heartbeat


Name: Heartbeat
Metall: Gold, Silver, Antique copper, Black Nickel + Red
Enamel: Imitation Soft Enamel
Size: 1.75" * 1.25" * 3 mm + loop
Trackable: Yes @ geocaching.com
Custom prefix: "SE"
Item: SG06
Veight: 16 gr
Coin flip: Yes, PVC with two pockets
Design: Nenne_ codesign MotoCycleBoi; color/plating combos by Nenne_ and MotoCycleBoi. 3D both sides.
Icon: Yes, unique:


Background:
For all the beating Hearts out there
For all the Joy of living
For all the Heartache
For all the Tears of the Heart
For all the Sorrow for those we lost
We bring you our new design: Heartbeat.

Part of the profit will go to the Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation.

Sonntag, 28. November 2010

__FarmtagZ - Goat


New in the serie of FarmtagZ. the Goat.

The serie is based on the animals in and around a farm.

This is a dogtag-like trackables, about 5 cm.
Trackable at geocaching.com with its own icon: FarmtagZ

__Take a bite - dutch golden XLE




Special Dutch XLE version of the Take a bite geocoin. We choose for the color of "apple-green" and a colored Goundspeak logo on the front. Also the text on the back is colored with the same green enamel.

The idea for this coin comes from a Dutch television program called het Klokhuis ("The Core"). The show presents science stories to children and gets to 'the core' of how things work. Saffier's stylized apple core draws inspiration from the show's logo. The yellow enamel and recessed metal lion represent Saffier's home province of Zuid Holland.

Size: 5cm high and 4 cm wide

Trackable at geocaching.com with its own icon:Geocoin Icon

Freitag, 26. November 2010

__50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Antik Silber



- 4 Zoll (10 cm) (EXTRA GROSS!) Durchmesser; 5 mm Dicke
- Gewicht: 230g!
- Lieferung inkl. Samttäschchen
- der größte trackbare funktionale Geocoin der Welt (funktionierender 50-jähriger Kalender)
- trackable auf Geocaching.com mit eigenem Icon: 50 Years  Calendar Icon 32 Pixel 50 Years  Calendar Icon 16 Pixel

Dieser 50 jährige Kalender Geocoin ist der größte, trackbare, funktionale, in Serie hergestellte Geocoin der Welt. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich ein funktionaler 50-jährige Kalender, der einem alle Monatsansichten (Wochentag / Datum) von 2005-2054 anzeigt. Dafür lässt sich der vordere Teil drehen um ihn jeweils auf das richtige Jahr einzustellen.
Auf der Rückseite befindet sich der Aztekenstein "Stein der Sonne", welcher 1970 in Mexiko gefunden wurde. Bei dem Kalendersystem der Azteken handelt es sich genauso wie bei unserem heutigen gregorianischen Kalender um einen Solarkalender.

Jeder 50-jährige Kalender wird in einem Samttäschchen versendet. Er eignet sich natürlich auch super als Geschenk.

__50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Antik Gold




- 4 Zoll (10 cm) (EXTRA GROSS!) Durchmesser; 5 mm Dicke
- Gewicht: 230g!
- Lieferung inkl. Samttäschchen
- der größte trackbare funktionale Geocoin der Welt (funktionierender 50-jähriger Kalender)
- trackable auf Geocaching.com mit eigenem Icon: 50 Years  Calendar Icon 32 Pixel 50  Years Calendar Icon 16 Pixel

Dieser 50 jährige Kalender Geocoin ist der größte, trackbare, funktionale, in Serie hergestellte Geocoin der Welt. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich ein funktionaler 50-jährige Kalender, der einem alle Monatsansichten (Wochentag / Datum) von 2005-2054 anzeigt. Dafür lässt sich der vordere Teil drehen um ihn jeweils auf das richtige Jahr einzustellen.
Auf der Rückseite befindet sich der Aztekenstein "Stein der Sonne", welcher 1970 in Mexiko gefunden wurde. Bei dem Kalendersystem der Azteken handelt es sich genauso wie bei unserem heutigen gregorianischen Kalender um einen Solarkalender.

Jeder 50-jährige Kalender wird in einem Samttäschchen versendet. Er eignet sich natürlich auch super als Geschenk.

__50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Black Nickel XLE




- 4 Zoll (10 cm) (EXTRA GROSS!) Durchmesser; 5 mm Dicke
- Gewicht: 230g!
- LIMITIERT AUF 50 COINS!
- Lieferung inkl. Samttäschchen
- der größte trackbare funktionale Geocoin der Welt (funktionierender 50-jähriger Kalender)
- trackable auf Geocaching.com mit eigenem Icon: 50 Years  Calendar Icon 32 Pixel 50 Years  Calendar Icon 16 Pixel

Dieser 50 jährige Kalender Geocoin ist der größte, trackbare, funktionale, in Serie hergestellte Geocoin der Welt. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich ein funktionaler 50-jährige Kalender, der einem alle Monatsansichten (Wochentag / Datum) von 2005-2054 anzeigt. Dafür lässt sich der vordere Teil drehen um ihn jeweils auf das richtige Jahr einzustellen.
Auf der Rückseite befindet sich der Aztekenstein "Stein der Sonne", welcher 1970 in Mexiko gefunden wurde. Bei dem Kalendersystem der Azteken handelt es sich genauso wie bei unserem heutigen gregorianischen Kalender um einen Solarkalender.

Jeder 50-jährige Kalender wird in einem Samttäschchen versendet. Er eignet sich natürlich auch super als Geschenk.

__50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Antik Kupfer XLE




- 4 Zoll (10 cm) (EXTRA GROSS!) Durchmesser; 5 mm Dicke
- Gewicht: 230g!
- LIMITIERT AUF 50 COINS!
- Lieferung inkl. Samttäschchen
- der größte trackbare funktionale Geocoin der Welt (funktionierender 50-jähriger Kalender)
- trackable auf Geocaching.com mit eigenem Icon: 50 Years  Calendar Icon 32 Pixel 50  Years Calendar Icon 16 Pixel

Dieser 50 jährige Kalender Geocoin ist der größte, trackbare, funktionale, in Serie hergestellte Geocoin der Welt. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich ein funktionaler 50-jährige Kalender, der einem alle Monatsansichten (Wochentag / Datum) von 2005-2054 anzeigt. Dafür lässt sich der vordere Teil drehen um ihn jeweils auf das richtige Jahr einzustellen.
Auf der Rückseite befindet sich der Aztekenstein "Stein der Sonne", welcher 1970 in Mexiko gefunden wurde. Bei dem Kalendersystem der Azteken handelt es sich genauso wie bei unserem heutigen gregorianischen Kalender um einen Solarkalender.

Jeder 50-jährige Kalender wird in einem Samttäschchen versendet. Er eignet sich natürlich auch super als Geschenk.

__50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Poliertes Silber XLE





- 4 Zoll (10 cm) (EXTRA GROSS!) Durchmesser; 5 mm Dicke
- Gewicht: 230g!
- LIMITIERT AUF 50 COINS!
- Lieferung inkl. Samttäschchen
- der größte trackbare funktionale Geocoin der Welt (funktionierender 50-jähriger Kalender)
- trackable auf Geocaching.com mit eigenem Icon: 50 Years  Calendar Icon 32 Pixel 50 Years  Calendar Icon 16 Pixel

Dieser 50 jährige Kalender Geocoin ist der größte, trackbare, funktionale, in Serie hergestellte Geocoin der Welt. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich ein funktionaler 50-jährige Kalender, der einem alle Monatsansichten (Wochentag / Datum) von 2005-2054 anzeigt. Dafür lässt sich der vordere Teil drehen um ihn jeweils auf das richtige Jahr einzustellen.
Auf der Rückseite befindet sich der Aztekenstein "Stein der Sonne", welcher 1970 in Mexiko gefunden wurde. Bei dem Kalendersystem der Azteken handelt es sich genauso wie bei unserem heutigen gregorianischen Kalender um einen Solarkalender.

Jeder 50-jährige Kalender wird in einem Samttäschchen versendet. Er eignet sich natürlich auch super als Geschenk.

__50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Poliertes Gold XLE



- 4 Zoll (10 cm) (EXTRA GROSS!) Durchmesser; 5 mm Dicke
- Gewicht: 230g!
- LIMITIERT AUF 50 COINS!
- Lieferung inkl. Samttäschchen
- der größte trackbare funktionale Geocoin der Welt (funktionierender 50-jähriger Kalender)
- trackable auf Geocaching.com mit eigenem Icon: 50 Years  Calendar Icon 32 Pixel 50  Years Calendar Icon 16 Pixel

Dieser 50 jährige Kalender Geocoin ist der größte, trackbare, funktionale, in Serie hergestellte Geocoin der Welt. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich ein funktionaler 50-jährige Kalender, der einem alle Monatsansichten (Wochentag / Datum) von 2005-2054 anzeigt. Dafür lässt sich der vordere Teil drehen um ihn jeweils auf das richtige Jahr einzustellen.
Auf der Rückseite befindet sich der Aztekenstein "Stein der Sonne", welcher 1970 in Mexiko gefunden wurde. Bei dem Kalendersystem der Azteken handelt es sich genauso wie bei unserem heutigen gregorianischen Kalender um einen Solarkalender.

Jeder 50-jährige Kalender wird in einem Samttäschchen versendet. Er eignet sich natürlich auch super als Geschenk.

Donnerstag, 25. November 2010

__50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Foggy Silber XLE



50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Foggy Silber XLE

- 4 Zoll (10 cm) (EXTRA GROSS!) Durchmesser; 5 mm Dicke
- Gewicht: 230g!
- LIMITIERT AUF 50 COINS!
- Lieferung inkl. Samttäschchen
- der größte trackbare funktionale Geocoin der Welt (funktionierender 50-jähriger Kalender)
- trackable auf Geocaching.com mit eigenem Icon: 50 Years  Calendar Icon 32 Pixel 50 Years  Calendar Icon 16 Pixel

Dieser 50 jährige Kalender Geocoin ist der größte, trackbare, funktionale, in Serie hergestellte Geocoin der Welt. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich ein funktionaler 50-jährige Kalender, der einem alle Monatsansichten (Wochentag / Datum) von 2005-2054 anzeigt. Dafür lässt sich der vordere Teil drehen um ihn jeweils auf das richtige Jahr einzustellen.
Auf der Rückseite befindet sich der Aztekenstein "Stein der Sonne", welcher 1970 in Mexiko gefunden wurde. Bei dem Kalendersystem der Azteken handelt es sich genauso wie bei unserem heutigen gregorianischen Kalender um einen Solarkalender.

Jeder 50-jährige Kalender wird in einem Samttäschchen versendet. Er eignet sich natürlich auch super als Geschenk.

__50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Foggy Gold XLE



50 Jähriger Kalender XXXL Geocoin Foggy Gold XLE

- 4 Zoll (10 cm) (EXTRA GROSS!) Durchmesser; 5 mm Dicke
- Gewicht: 230g!
- LIMITIERT AUF 50 COINS!
- Lieferung inkl. Samttäschchen
- der größte trackbare funktionale Geocoin der Welt (funktionierender 50-jähriger Kalender)
- trackable auf Geocaching.com mit eigenem Icon: 50 Years  Calendar Icon 32 Pixel 50 Years  Calendar Icon 16 Pixel

Dieser 50 jährige Kalender Geocoin ist der größte, trackbare, funktionale, in Serie hergestellte Geocoin der Welt. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich ein funktionaler 50-jährige Kalender, der einem alle Monatsansichten (Wochentag / Datum) von 2005-2054 anzeigt. Dafür lässt sich der vordere Teil drehen um ihn jeweils auf das richtige Jahr einzustellen.
Auf der Rückseite befindet sich der Aztekenstein "Stein der Sonne", welcher 1970 in Mexiko gefunden wurde. Bei dem Kalendersystem der Azteken handelt es sich genauso wie bei unserem heutigen gregorianischen Kalender um einen Solarkalender.

Jeder 50-jährige Kalender wird in einem Samttäschchen versendet. Er eignet sich natürlich auch super als Geschenk.

__ Somerset Geocoin - ant bronze


This coin is for presale only. You must click on the check box to agree to the presale terms or your order will be canceled. Click here to read the terms: Presale terms

This coin design is brought to you by a fellow geocacher, Stephen. He conceived this coin after being relatively new to Geocaching and becoming fascinated with Geocoins. When he realized there had never been a coin produced for the county of Somerset in the UK, he decided to create one as it is a place he loves and has lived and grew up in.

Somerset is a county found in the South West of England, and together with Devon, Cornwall, and Dorset make up what is known as the "West Country" Which is mainly rural area famous for its cider and agriculture. Somerset is the home of (the majority of) Exmoor national park and Cheddar gorge (located near the village of Cheddar which gives its name to the famous cheese). It is also a hotbed of Geocaching in the UK.

The coin came about from some original ideas and some that were brought together from a collection of people from or who love the Somerset/West Country area.

On the front side of the coin you can see the Somerset Dragon holding a mace, The county symbol of Somerset which also appears on the adopted flag of the county (There is no official flag) The colored enamels are also in the county colors. Around the edge the coin reads "All the People of Somerset" which is the county motto and on the bottom "Sumorsaete Ealle" which is the same but in its Anglo-Saxon form as it is more commonly seen.

The reverse side features a 3-d relief of St. Michaels Tower on Glastonbury Tor, which is possibly the most famous and well known landmark in Somerset and a very popular location for walkers, ramblers, cachers, and families to go. The Glastonbury area is well known for the world famous Glastonbury Music festival.

The text reads "Welcome to the West Country" as Somerset is the main gateway to the area of England known as the West Country and is more often than not the first county that people think of when asked about the West Country. The bottom text reads "Where's it to?" which is a famous Somerset colloquialism for "Where is it?" (for anyone outside of the UK or not familiar with the Somerset/West Country accent it could probably be most likened to what is commonly referred to as "Pirate")

  • Measures 1.75" diameter
  • 3-D design
  • Hard enamel colors
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com
  • An icon unique to this coin will show on your profile when you log a discovery

__ Somerset Geocoin - ant silver


This coin is for presale only. You must click on the check box to agree to the presale terms or your order will be canceled. Click here to read the terms: Presale terms

This coin design is brought to you by a fellow geocacher, Stephen. He conceived this coin after being relatively new to Geocaching and becoming fascinated with Geocoins. When he realized there had never been a coin produced for the county of Somerset in the UK, he decided to create one as it is a place he loves and has lived and grew up in.

Somerset is a county found in the South West of England, and together with Devon, Cornwall, and Dorset make up what is known as the "West Country" Which is mainly rural area famous for its cider and agriculture. Somerset is the home of (the majority of) Exmoor national park and Cheddar gorge (located near the village of Cheddar which gives its name to the famous cheese). It is also a hotbed of Geocaching in the UK.

The coin came about from some original ideas and some that were brought together from a collection of people from or who love the Somerset/West Country area.

On the front side of the coin you can see the Somerset Dragon holding a mace, The county symbol of Somerset which also appears on the adopted flag of the county (There is no official flag) The colored enamels are also in the county colors. Around the edge the coin reads "All the People of Somerset" which is the county motto and on the bottom "Sumorsaete Ealle" which is the same but in its Anglo-Saxon form as it is more commonly seen.

The reverse side features a 3-d relief of St. Michaels Tower on Glastonbury Tor, which is possibly the most famous and well known landmark in Somerset and a very popular location for walkers, ramblers, cachers, and families to go. The Glastonbury area is well known for the world famous Glastonbury Music festival.

The text reads "Welcome to the West Country" as Somerset is the main gateway to the area of England known as the West Country and is more often than not the first county that people think of when asked about the West Country. The bottom text reads "Where's it to?" which is a famous Somerset colloquialism for "Where is it?" (for anyone outside of the UK or not familiar with the Somerset/West Country accent it could probably be most likened to what is commonly referred to as "Pirate")

  • Measures 1.75" diameter
  • 3-D design
  • Hard enamel colors
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com
  • An icon unique to this coin will show on your profile when you log a discovery

__Compass Rose Geocoin 2010 - 5 coin set


This coin is for presale only. You must click on the check box to agree to the presale terms or your order will be canceled. Click here to read the terms: Presale terms

This coin set consists of one of each of the 5 regular versions.

The 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin® continues in the tradition of celebrating the spirit of discovery and maritime navigation. This year¹s Compass Rose Geocoin features the historic and legendary islands of the Azores: an amazing archipelago of lush islands in the mid-Atlantic, each with its own individual character and charm. This volcanic chain of islands has a rich history as an essential and strategic waypoint in the travels of explorers, pioneers, and pirates alike. Legends also tell of an even deeper history that suggests these islands might very well be the remnants of a once powerful ocean empire...the lost continent of Atlantis! From myth to metal, CoinsAndPins.com is proud to present the 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin in five stunning color combinations, each as varied as the islands themselves.

  • Santa Maria: The first island discovered, stumbled upon by a Portuguese explorer in the year 1427.
  • Pico: Known as "The Black Island" for its black volcanic earth, Pico boasts the highest mountain in Portugal, which is indeed an active volcano.
  • Terceira: The third island discovered is also the third largest in the archipelago. It is known as "The Lilac Island" for the distinctive coloring of its sunsets.
  • Corvo: The "Island of the Crow" is the smallest and most remote of the Azores. It boasts the impressive Caldeirao, a volcanic crater over two miles wide.
  • Flores: Named for its abundance of wild flowers, the waters of this western most island were once controlled by pirates!
  • Limited edition versions not included in the public sale: The Graciosa version made in black nickel with light colors, and the YemonYime version made with prominently green colors and bronze finish.

The compass rose design is based on a 1595AD chart of Angra (located on the island of Terceira) by Huygen van Linschoten. A sparkling gemstone is set in the center of the compass rose.

  • Measures 2" diameter
  • 3-D images
  • Translucent and solid colors
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com
  • An icon unique to this coin will show on your profile when you log a discovery

__ Somerset Geocoin - 2 coin set


This coin is for presale only. You must click on the check box to agree to the presale terms or your order will be canceled. Click here to read the terms: Presale terms

This coin set includes an antique silver version and an antique bronze version.

This coin design is brought to you by a fellow geocacher, Stephen. He conceived this coin after being relatively new to Geocaching and becoming fascinated with Geocoins. When he realized there had never been a coin produced for the county of Somerset in the UK, he decided to create one as it is a place he loves and has lived and grew up in.

Somerset is a county found in the South West of England, and together with Devon, Cornwall, and Dorset make up what is known as the "West Country" Which is mainly rural area famous for its cider and agriculture. Somerset is the home of (the majority of) Exmoor national park and Cheddar gorge (located near the village of Cheddar which gives its name to the famous cheese). It is also a hotbed of Geocaching in the UK.

The coin came about from some original ideas and some that were brought together from a collection of people from or who love the Somerset/West Country area.

On the front side of the coin you can see the Somerset Dragon holding a mace, The county symbol of Somerset which also appears on the adopted flag of the county (There is no official flag) The colored enamels are also in the county colors. Around the edge the coin reads "All the People of Somerset" which is the county motto and on the bottom "Sumorsaete Ealle" which is the same but in its Anglo-Saxon form as it is more commonly seen.

The reverse side features a 3-d relief of St. Michaels Tower on Glastonbury Tor, which is possibly the most famous and well known landmark in Somerset and a very popular location for walkers, ramblers, cachers, and families to go. The Glastonbury area is well known for the world famous Glastonbury Music festival.

The text reads "Welcome to the West Country" as Somerset is the main gateway to the area of England known as the West Country and is more often than not the first county that people think of when asked about the West Country. The bottom text reads "Where's it to?" which is a famous Somerset colloquialism for "Where is it?" (for anyone outside of the UK or not familiar with the Somerset/West Country accent it could probably be most likened to what is commonly referred to as "Pirate")

  • Measures 1.75" diameter
  • 3-D design
  • Hard enamel colors
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com
  • An icon unique to this coin will show on your profile when you log a discovery

__Compass Rose Geocoin 2010 - Santa Maria


This coin is for presale only. You must click on the check box to agree to the presale terms or your order will be canceled. Click here to read the terms: Presale terms

The 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin® continues in the tradition of celebrating the spirit of discovery and maritime navigation. This year¹s Compass Rose Geocoin features the historic and legendary islands of the Azores: an amazing archipelago of lush islands in the mid-Atlantic, each with its own individual character and charm. This volcanic chain of islands has a rich history as an essential and strategic waypoint in the travels of explorers, pioneers, and pirates alike. Legends also tell of an even deeper history that suggests these islands might very well be the remnants of a once powerful ocean empire...the lost continent of Atlantis! From myth to metal, CoinsAndPins.com is proud to present the 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin in five stunning color combinations, each as varied as the islands themselves.

  • Santa Maria: The first island discovered, stumbled upon by a Portuguese explorer in the year 1427.
  • Pico: Known as "The Black Island" for its black volcanic earth, Pico boasts the highest mountain in Portugal, which is indeed an active volcano.
  • Terceira: The third island discovered is also the third largest in the archipelago. It is known as "The Lilac Island" for the distinctive coloring of its sunsets.
  • Corvo: The "Island of the Crow" is the smallest and most remote of the Azores. It boasts the impressive Caldeirao, a volcanic crater over two miles wide.
  • Flores: Named for its abundance of wild flowers, the waters of this western most island were once controlled by pirates!
  • Limited edition versions not included in the public sale: The Graciosa version made in black nickel with light colors, and the YemonYime version made with prominently green colors and bronze finish.

The compass rose design is based on a 1595AD chart of Angra (located on the island of Terceira) by Huygen van Linschoten. A sparkling gemstone is set in the center of the compass rose.

  • Measures 2" diameter
  • 3-D images
  • Translucent and solid colors
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com
  • An icon unique to this coin will show on your profile when you log a discovery

__ Compass Rose Geocoin 2010 - Flores


This coin is for presale only. You must click on the check box to agree to the presale terms or your order will be canceled. Click here to read the terms: Presale terms

The 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin® continues in the tradition of celebrating the spirit of discovery and maritime navigation. This year¹s Compass Rose Geocoin features the historic and legendary islands of the Azores: an amazing archipelago of lush islands in the mid-Atlantic, each with its own individual character and charm. This volcanic chain of islands has a rich history as an essential and strategic waypoint in the travels of explorers, pioneers, and pirates alike. Legends also tell of an even deeper history that suggests these islands might very well be the remnants of a once powerful ocean empire...the lost continent of Atlantis! From myth to metal, CoinsAndPins.com is proud to present the 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin in five stunning color combinations, each as varied as the islands themselves.

  • Santa Maria: The first island discovered, stumbled upon by a Portuguese explorer in the year 1427.
  • Pico: Known as "The Black Island" for its black volcanic earth, Pico boasts the highest mountain in Portugal, which is indeed an active volcano.
  • Terceira: The third island discovered is also the third largest in the archipelago. It is known as "The Lilac Island" for the distinctive coloring of its sunsets.
  • Corvo: The "Island of the Crow" is the smallest and most remote of the Azores. It boasts the impressive Caldeirao, a volcanic crater over two miles wide.
  • Flores: Named for its abundance of wild flowers, the waters of this western most island were once controlled by pirates!
  • Limited edition versions not included in the public sale: The Graciosa version made in black nickel with light colors, and the YemonYime version made with prominently green colors and bronze finish.

The compass rose design is based on a 1595AD chart of Angra (located on the island of Terceira) by Huygen van Linschoten. A sparkling gemstone is set in the center of the compass rose.

  • Measures 2" diameter
  • 3-D images
  • Translucent and solid colors
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com
  • An icon unique to this coin will show on your profile when you log a discovery

__ Compass Rose Geocoin 2010 - Corvo


This coin is for presale only. You must click on the check box to agree to the presale terms or your order will be canceled. Click here to read the terms: Presale terms

The 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin® continues in the tradition of celebrating the spirit of discovery and maritime navigation. This year¹s Compass Rose Geocoin features the historic and legendary islands of the Azores: an amazing archipelago of lush islands in the mid-Atlantic, each with its own individual character and charm. This volcanic chain of islands has a rich history as an essential and strategic waypoint in the travels of explorers, pioneers, and pirates alike. Legends also tell of an even deeper history that suggests these islands might very well be the remnants of a once powerful ocean empire...the lost continent of Atlantis! From myth to metal, CoinsAndPins.com is proud to present the 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin in five stunning color combinations, each as varied as the islands themselves.

  • Santa Maria: The first island discovered, stumbled upon by a Portuguese explorer in the year 1427.
  • Pico: Known as "The Black Island" for its black volcanic earth, Pico boasts the highest mountain in Portugal, which is indeed an active volcano.
  • Terceira: The third island discovered is also the third largest in the archipelago. It is known as "The Lilac Island" for the distinctive coloring of its sunsets.
  • Corvo: The "Island of the Crow" is the smallest and most remote of the Azores. It boasts the impressive Caldeirao, a volcanic crater over two miles wide.
  • Flores: Named for its abundance of wild flowers, the waters of this western most island were once controlled by pirates!
  • Limited edition versions not included in the public sale: The Graciosa version made in black nickel with light colors, and the YemonYime version made with prominently green colors and bronze finish.

The compass rose design is based on a 1595AD chart of Angra (located on the island of Terceira) by Huygen van Linschoten. A sparkling gemstone is set in the center of the compass rose.

  • Measures 2" diameter
  • 3-D images
  • Translucent and solid colors
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com
  • An icon unique to this coin will show on your profile when you log a discovery

__Compass Rose Geocoin 2010 - Terceira


This coin is for presale only. You must click on the check box to agree to the presale terms or your order will be canceled. Click here to read the terms: Presale terms

The 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin® continues in the tradition of celebrating the spirit of discovery and maritime navigation. This year¹s Compass Rose Geocoin features the historic and legendary islands of the Azores: an amazing archipelago of lush islands in the mid-Atlantic, each with its own individual character and charm. This volcanic chain of islands has a rich history as an essential and strategic waypoint in the travels of explorers, pioneers, and pirates alike. Legends also tell of an even deeper history that suggests these islands might very well be the remnants of a once powerful ocean empire...the lost continent of Atlantis! From myth to metal, CoinsAndPins.com is proud to present the 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin in five stunning color combinations, each as varied as the islands themselves.

  • Santa Maria: The first island discovered, stumbled upon by a Portuguese explorer in the year 1427.
  • Pico: Known as "The Black Island" for its black volcanic earth, Pico boasts the highest mountain in Portugal, which is indeed an active volcano.
  • Terciera: The third island discovered is also the third largest in the archipelago. It is known as "The Lilac Island" for the distinctive coloring of its sunsets.
  • Corvo: The "Island of the Crow" is the smallest and most remote of the Azores. It boasts the impressive Caldeirao, a volcanic crater over two miles wide.
  • Flores: Named for its abundance of wild flowers, the waters of this western most island were once controlled by pirates!
  • Limited edition versions not included in the public sale: The Graciosa version made in black nickel with light colors, and the YemonYime version made with prominently green colors and bronze finish.

The compass rose design is based on a 1595AD chart of Angra (located on the island of Terceira) by Huygen van Linschoten. A sparkling gemstone is set in the center of the compass rose.

  • Measures 2" diameter
  • 3-D images
  • Translucent and solid colors
  • Trackable on Geocaching.com
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__ Compass Rose Geocoin 2010 - Pico


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The 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin® continues in the tradition of celebrating the spirit of discovery and maritime navigation. This year¹s Compass Rose Geocoin features the historic and legendary islands of the Azores: an amazing archipelago of lush islands in the mid-Atlantic, each with its own individual character and charm. This volcanic chain of islands has a rich history as an essential and strategic waypoint in the travels of explorers, pioneers, and pirates alike. Legends also tell of an even deeper history that suggests these islands might very well be the remnants of a once powerful ocean empire...the lost continent of Atlantis! From myth to metal, CoinsAndPins.com is proud to present the 2010 Compass Rose Geocoin in five stunning color combinations, each as varied as the islands themselves.

  • Santa Maria: The first island discovered, stumbled upon by a Portuguese explorer in the year 1427.
  • Pico: Known as "The Black Island" for its black volcanic earth, Pico boasts the highest mountain in Portugal, which is indeed an active volcano.
  • Terceira: The third island discovered is also the third largest in the archipelago. It is known as "The Lilac Island" for the distinctive coloring of its sunsets.
  • Corvo: The "Island of the Crow" is the smallest and most remote of the Azores. It boasts the impressive Caldeirao, a volcanic crater over two miles wide.
  • Flores: Named for its abundance of wild flowers, the waters of this western most island were once controlled by pirates!
  • Limited edition versions not included in the public sale: The Graciosa version made in black nickel with light colors, and the YemonYime version made with prominently green colors and bronze finish.

The compass rose design is based on a 1595AD chart of Angra (located on the island of Terceira) by Huygen van Linschoten. A sparkling gemstone is set in the center of the compass rose.

  • Measures 2" diameter
  • 3-D images
  • Translucent and solid colors
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