Samstag, 30. April 2011

Gewinnspiel vom Berufsgeocacher



Was gibt es zu gewinnen ?

1. Preis 1x LED Lenser P7 (Sponsored by Anonym)

2. Preis 1x LED Lenser P2 (Sponsored by cache-area)

3. Preis 1x My Own Geocoin (Sponsored by cache-contest)

4. Preis 1x 15 Euro Gutschein für cache-area.de (Sponsored by cache-area)

5. Preis 1x 10 Euro Gutschein für cache-area.de (Sponsored by cache-area)

6. Preis 1x Enduring Love Geocoin (Soft Gold) (Sponsored by wherethecacheis)

7. Preis 1x Enduring Love Geocoin (Antique Silver) (Sponsored by wherethecacheis)

8. Preis 1x Enduring Love Geocoin (Antique Bronze) (Sponsored by wherethecacheis)

9. Preis 1x Sitting Bull Geocoin (XLE 75) (Sponsored by Berufsgeocacher)

10. Preis 1x Racer TB (Sponsored by cache-contest

Donnerstag, 28. April 2011

__Trackable - Grapes Travel Tag


Description: Niabell or purple table grapes are the perfect snack for picnics or going out caching.

This tag is trackable at www.geocaching.com with its own unique icon.

__Trackable - Watermelon (Golden Crown)


Description: No other fruit says summer like the crunchy, thirst quenching watermelon. Watermelon is not only great on a hot summer day, but has health benefits as well for hard working geocachers. Pass this one along from cache to cache and share the watery fun.

This tag is trackable at www.geocaching.com with its own unique icon

Mittwoch, 27. April 2011

__Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Gold


Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Gold

- 1,75 Zoll Durchmesser (ca. 44 mm); Dicke: 3 mm
- detaillierte 3D Darstellung auf der Vorderseite
- trackable mit eigenem Icon auf Geocaching.com: Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 16 Pixel

Coin-Beschreibung von "Team van Stoffelen":

"The Eighty Years' War, or Dutch War of Independence, (1568–1648) began as a revolt of the Seventeen Provinces against Philip II of Spain, the sovereign of the Habsburg Netherlands.
After the initial stages Philip II deployed his armies and regained control over most of the rebelling provinces. However, under the leadership of the exiled William of Orange the northern provinces continued their resistance and managed to oust the Spanish armies, and established the republic of the Seven United Netherlands.
The subsequent war between the Spanish empire and the Republic continued, although the heartland of the Republic was no longer threatened. The war ended in 1648 with the Peace of Munster when the Dutch Republic was recognized as an independent country.

The front of this geocoin is made after a silver copy of a paper coin from the city of Leiden in 1574. This paper coin was made to finance the 80-year Dutch revolt against the Spanish occupier. Spanish troups besieged the city, but in 1574 the city was relieved by cutting the dikes thus enabling ships to carry provisions to the inhabitants of the flooded town. The coins shows a Dutch lion with on it’s lance a hat of freedom. The text ‘Haec Libertatis Ergo’ means ‘All the for the sake of freedom’. On the back of the coin the broken chain, Dutch flag and the keys of the city of Leiden."

__Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Silber


Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Silber

- 1,75 Zoll Durchmesser (ca. 44 mm); Dicke: 3 mm
- detaillierte 3D Darstellung auf der Vorderseite
- trackable mit eigenem Icon auf Geocaching.com: Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 16 Pixel

Coin-Beschreibung von "Team van Stoffelen":

"The Eighty Years' War, or Dutch War of Independence, (1568–1648) began as a revolt of the Seventeen Provinces against Philip II of Spain, the sovereign of the Habsburg Netherlands.
After the initial stages Philip II deployed his armies and regained control over most of the rebelling provinces. However, under the leadership of the exiled William of Orange the northern provinces continued their resistance and managed to oust the Spanish armies, and established the republic of the Seven United Netherlands.
The subsequent war between the Spanish empire and the Republic continued, although the heartland of the Republic was no longer threatened. The war ended in 1648 with the Peace of Munster when the Dutch Republic was recognized as an independent country.

The front of this geocoin is made after a silver copy of a paper coin from the city of Leiden in 1574. This paper coin was made to finance the 80-year Dutch revolt against the Spanish occupier. Spanish troups besieged the city, but in 1574 the city was relieved by cutting the dikes thus enabling ships to carry provisions to the inhabitants of the flooded town. The coins shows a Dutch lion with on it’s lance a hat of freedom. The text ‘Haec Libertatis Ergo’ means ‘All the for the sake of freedom’. On the back of the coin the broken chain, Dutch flag and the keys of the city of Leiden."

__Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Bronze / Silber XLE


Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Bronze / Silber XLE

- 1,75 Zoll Durchmesser (ca. 44 mm); Dicke: 3 mm
- detaillierte 3D Darstellung auf der Vorderseite
- LIMITIERT AUF 75 COINS
- trackable mit eigenem Icon auf Geocaching.com: Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 16 Pixel

Coin-Beschreibung von "Team van Stoffelen":

"The Eighty Years' War, or Dutch War of Independence, (1568–1648) began as a revolt of the Seventeen Provinces against Philip II of Spain, the sovereign of the Habsburg Netherlands.
After the initial stages Philip II deployed his armies and regained control over most of the rebelling provinces. However, under the leadership of the exiled William of Orange the northern provinces continued their resistance and managed to oust the Spanish armies, and established the republic of the Seven United Netherlands.
The subsequent war between the Spanish empire and the Republic continued, although the heartland of the Republic was no longer threatened. The war ended in 1648 with the Peace of Munster when the Dutch Republic was recognized as an independent country.

The front of this geocoin is made after a silver copy of a paper coin from the city of Leiden in 1574. This paper coin was made to finance the 80-year Dutch revolt against the Spanish occupier. Spanish troups besieged the city, but in 1574 the city was relieved by cutting the dikes thus enabling ships to carry provisions to the inhabitants of the flooded town. The coins shows a Dutch lion with on it’s lance a hat of freedom. The text ‘Haec Libertatis Ergo’ means ‘All the for the sake of freedom’. On the back of the coin the broken chain, Dutch flag and the keys of the city of Leiden."

__Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Kupfer / Silber XLE


Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Kupfer / Silber XLE

- 1,75 Zoll Durchmesser (ca. 44 mm); Dicke: 3 mm
- detaillierte 3D Darstellung auf der Vorderseite
- LIMITIERT AUF 75 COINS
- trackable mit eigenem Icon auf Geocaching.com: Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 16 Pixel

Coin-Beschreibung von "Team van Stoffelen":

"The Eighty Years' War, or Dutch War of Independence, (1568–1648) began as a revolt of the Seventeen Provinces against Philip II of Spain, the sovereign of the Habsburg Netherlands.
After the initial stages Philip II deployed his armies and regained control over most of the rebelling provinces. However, under the leadership of the exiled William of Orange the northern provinces continued their resistance and managed to oust the Spanish armies, and established the republic of the Seven United Netherlands.
The subsequent war between the Spanish empire and the Republic continued, although the heartland of the Republic was no longer threatened. The war ended in 1648 with the Peace of Munster when the Dutch Republic was recognized as an independent country.

The front of this geocoin is made after a silver copy of a paper coin from the city of Leiden in 1574. This paper coin was made to finance the 80-year Dutch revolt against the Spanish occupier. Spanish troups besieged the city, but in 1574 the city was relieved by cutting the dikes thus enabling ships to carry provisions to the inhabitants of the flooded town. The coins shows a Dutch lion with on it’s lance a hat of freedom. The text ‘Haec Libertatis Ergo’ means ‘All the for the sake of freedom’. On the back of the coin the broken chain, Dutch flag and the keys of the city of Leiden."

__Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Silber / Nickel XLE


Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Silber / Nickel XLE

- 1,75 Zoll Durchmesser (ca. 44 mm); Dicke: 3 mm
- detaillierte 3D Darstellung auf der Vorderseite
- LIMITIERT AUF 75 COINS
- trackable mit eigenem Icon auf Geocaching.com: Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 16 Pixel

Coin-Beschreibung von "Team van Stoffelen":

"The Eighty Years' War, or Dutch War of Independence, (1568–1648) began as a revolt of the Seventeen Provinces against Philip II of Spain, the sovereign of the Habsburg Netherlands.
After the initial stages Philip II deployed his armies and regained control over most of the rebelling provinces. However, under the leadership of the exiled William of Orange the northern provinces continued their resistance and managed to oust the Spanish armies, and established the republic of the Seven United Netherlands.
The subsequent war between the Spanish empire and the Republic continued, although the heartland of the Republic was no longer threatened. The war ended in 1648 with the Peace of Munster when the Dutch Republic was recognized as an independent country.

The front of this geocoin is made after a silver copy of a paper coin from the city of Leiden in 1574. This paper coin was made to finance the 80-year Dutch revolt against the Spanish occupier. Spanish troups besieged the city, but in 1574 the city was relieved by cutting the dikes thus enabling ships to carry provisions to the inhabitants of the flooded town. The coins shows a Dutch lion with on it’s lance a hat of freedom. The text ‘Haec Libertatis Ergo’ means ‘All the for the sake of freedom’. On the back of the coin the broken chain, Dutch flag and the keys of the city of Leiden."

__Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Sammler SET (5 COINS)


Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Sammler SET (5 COINS)

- 1,75 Zoll Durchmesser (ca. 44 mm); Dicke: 3 mm
- detaillierte 3D Darstellung auf der Vorderseite
- enthält 5 Coins (3 x XLE, 2 x RE)
- trackable mit eigenem Icon auf Geocaching.com: Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 32 Pixel Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Icon 16 Pixel

Coin-Beschreibung von "Team van Stoffelen":

"The Eighty Years' War, or Dutch War of Independence, (1568–1648) began as a revolt of the Seventeen Provinces against Philip II of Spain, the sovereign of the Habsburg Netherlands.
After the initial stages Philip II deployed his armies and regained control over most of the rebelling provinces. However, under the leadership of the exiled William of Orange the northern provinces continued their resistance and managed to oust the Spanish armies, and established the republic of the Seven United Netherlands.
The subsequent war between the Spanish empire and the Republic continued, although the heartland of the Republic was no longer threatened. The war ended in 1648 with the Peace of Munster when the Dutch Republic was recognized as an independent country.

The front of this geocoin is made after a silver copy of a paper coin from the city of Leiden in 1574. This paper coin was made to finance the 80-year Dutch revolt against the Spanish occupier. Spanish troups besieged the city, but in 1574 the city was relieved by cutting the dikes thus enabling ships to carry provisions to the inhabitants of the flooded town. The coins shows a Dutch lion with on it’s lance a hat of freedom. The text ‘Haec Libertatis Ergo’ means ‘All the for the sake of freedom’. On the back of the coin the broken chain, Dutch flag and the keys of the city of Leiden."


Set enthält:
1 x Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Bronze / Silber XLE (75 Coins)
Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antique Bronze / Silver XLE

1 x Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Kupfer / Silber XLE (75 Coins)
Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antique Copper / Silver XLE

1 x Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Silber / Nickel XLE (75 Coins)
Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antique Silver / Nickel XLE

1 x Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Gold
Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antique Gold

1 x Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antik Silver
Haec Libertatis Ergo Geocoin Antique Silver

__Geocoin - South Africa Flag Micro Black Nickel


Description: The current flag of the Republic of South Africa was adopted on 27 April 1994. The V or Y shape represents the convergence of diverse elements with South African society, taking the road ahead in unity. Black Nickel (N) finish.

Each coin is trackable on www.geocaching.com with its own individual icon.

Size: 1" (25mm x 2.5mm)

__Geocoin - South Africa Flag Micro Nickel


Description: The current flag of the Republic of South Africa was adopted on 27 April 1994. The V or Y shape represents the convergence of diverse elements with South African society, taking the road ahead in unity. Nickel (N) finish.

Each coin is trackable on www.geocaching.com with its own individual icon.

Size: 1" (25mm x 2.5mm)

__Geocoin - Starfish (Ring of Fire)



Description: These little Starfish (or sea stars) love caches near the sea. The Ring of Fire Starfish dwells in the volatile basin of the Pacific Ocean. The coin is red glittered enamel on a nickel finish.

$1 from the sale of every Starfish geocoin will be donated to the American Red Cross to aid in the Japan disaster relief effort.

This geocoin is trackable at www.geocaching.com and has its own icon.

Size: 1.5" (38mm) x 3mm thick.

__Geocoin - Starfish (Wakame)


Description: These little Starfish (or sea stars) love caches near the sea. The Wakame Starfish is named after a sweet type of edible seaweed and hangs out in the waters just off the coast of Japan. The polished gold coin features green translucent enamel.

$1 from the sale of every Starfish geocoin will be donated to the American Red Cross to aid in the Japan disaster relief effort.

This geocoin is trackable at www.geocaching.com and has its own icon.

Size: 1.5" (38mm) x 3mm thick

Freitag, 22. April 2011

__Cache Angel V2 - The Seeker - Antique Copper



Dimensions1.75inches

Thickness4.0mm

FinishAntique Copper

EnamelingImitation Hard Enamel

Trackable?Yes

Has IconYes

The second in our series of the Cache Angel. Here you'll find The Seeker, out finding something to hunt. You didn't see his face on the first Cache Angel, so the artist gave us a profile view of him in stunning 3D. The backside is his compass, leading him to the find.

__Cache Angel V2 - The Seeker - Satin Gold



Dimensions1.75inches

Thickness4.0mm

FinishSatin Gold

EnamelingImitation Hard Enamel

Trackable?Yes

Has IconYes

The second in our series of the Cache Angel. Here you'll find The Seeker, out finding something to hunt. You didn't see his face on the first Cache Angel, so the artist gave us a profile view of him in stunning 3D. The backside is his compass, leading him to the find.

__Cache Angel V2 - The Seeker - Antique Silver



Dimensions1.75inches

Thickness4.0mm

FinishAntique Silver

EnamelingImitation Hard Enamel

Trackable?Yes

Has IconYes

The second in our series of the Cache Angel. Here you'll find The Seeker, out finding something to hunt. You didn't see his face on the first Cache Angel, so the artist gave us a profile view of him in stunning 3D. The backside is his compass, leading him to the find.

__Cache Angel V2 - The Seeker - Antique Gold



Dimensions1.75inches

Thickness4.0mm

FinishAntique Gold

EnamelingImitation Hard Enamel

Trackable?Yes

Has IconYes

The second in our series of the Cache Angel. Here you'll find The Seeker, out finding something to hunt. You didn't see his face on the first Cache Angel, so the artist gave us a profile view of him in stunning 3D. The backside is his compass, leading him to the find.

__Angel V2 - The Seeker - Antique Copper



Dimensions1.75inches

Thickness4.0mm

FinishAntique Copper

EnamelingImitation Hard Enamel

Trackable?Yes

Has IconYes

The second in our series of the Cache Angel. Here you'll find The Seeker, out finding something to hunt. You didn't see his face on the first Cache Angel, so the artist gave us a profile view of him in stunning 3D. The backside is his compass, leading him to the find.

__Geocoin - Hoppy Easter Black White Nickel


Description: These adorable Easter geocoins featuring the Easter chick will hop right into your heart. Celebrate Easter and enjoy spring with this fun geocoin. White nickel finish (WN).

This geocoin is trackable at www.geocaching.com with its own unique icon.

Size: 1.5" (38mm) tall x 3.4mm thick

__Geocoin - Hoppy Easter Pink Black Nickel


Description: These adorable Easter geocoins featuring the Easter chick will hop right into your heart. Celebrate Easter and enjoy spring with this fun geocoin. Black nickel finish (BN).

This geocoin is trackable at www.geocaching.com with its own unique icon.

Size: 1.5" (38mm) tall x 3.4mm thick

__Geocoin - Hoppy Easter Black Gold


Description: These adorable Easter geocoins featuring the Easter chick will hop right into your heart. Celebrate Easter and enjoy spring with this fun geocoin. Gold finish (G).

This geocoin is trackable at www.geocaching.com with its own unique icon.

Size: 1.5" (38mm) tall x 3.4mm thick

__Geocoin - Hoppy Easter Pink White Nickel


Description: These adorable Easter geocoins featuring the Easter chick will hop right into your heart. Celebrate Easter and enjoy spring with this fun geocoin. White nickel finish (WN).

This geocoin is trackable at www.geocaching.com with its own unique icon.

Size: 1.5" (38mm) tall x 3.4mm thick

Donnerstag, 21. April 2011

__Earth Day Geocoin (Love Your Mother)





Celebrate Earth Day tomorrow!

Earth Day is a day that is intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth's natural environment. The anniversary celebrates the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. A time when hippie power and anti-war protests gave way to a heightened consciousness for environmental concerns.

This geocoin is trackable at www.geocaching.com with its own icon.

Size: 1.8" (45.7mm) x 3.5mm thick

__Easter Egg Geocoin














A beautiful Geocoin in the Easter Egg shape.

With glitterenamel on the front and a 3D picture of elves on the back, in antique silver.

With this coin comes a pathtag, with a unique number, which can be logged at pathtags.com



Size: 50mm in diameter

Trackable at geocaching.com


Mittwoch, 20. April 2011

__Geocacher's World Geocoin -NETHERLANDS- Sammler Set (6 COINS)


Geocacher's World Geocoin - NETHERLANDS - Sammler Set (6 COINS)

- 2 Zoll Länger (ca. 50 mm); Dicke 3 mm
- detaillierte 3D Darstellung auf der Vorderseite mit Epoxidlack
- enthält 6 Coins (4 x LE, 2 x RE)
- Präfix: GW
- Trackable mit eigenem Icon auf Geocaching.com: Geocachers World Geocoin - NETHERLANDS - Icon 32 Pixel Geocachers World Geocoin NETHERLANDS Icon 16 Pixel

Geocacher's World

Sammler aufgepasst:

Dies ist der zweite Teil der Geocacher's World Geocoin Serie. Nach dem Deutschland Geocoin, möchten wir nun den Niederlande Coin präsentieren.

Geocaching hat sich in den letzten Jahren rasant entwickelt. Mittlerweile gibt es schon weit über eine Millionen Caches.
Die Anzahl der Geocacher steigt weltweit auch kontinuierlich und es kommen ständig neue Länder hinzu.
Das Hobby Geocaching verbindet weit über die Landesgrenzen hinweg viele Gleichgesinnte.Dies wird auf Events und in den Logs deutlich.

Zeit für die Serie "Geocacher's World", welche nach und nach alle Länder der Welt in denen Geocaches zu finden mit einem eigenen Geocoin vorstellen wird.

Natürlich wird jede Ausgabe ihr eigenes Icon haben. Der Präfix ist GW für Geocacher's World,

Das Design der Coins folgt einer einheitlichen Linie. Jede Landesausgabe in der Form einer Briefmarke wird je 2 reguläre und 4 limitierte Versionen haben.

Viel Spass beim Sammeln und Cachen!

Dieses Sammler Set enthält:

1 x Geocacher's World Geocoin Black Nickel / Gold LE (100 Coins)
1 x Geocacher's World Geocoin Black Nickel / Silber LE (100 Coins)
1 x Geocacher's World Geocoin Satin Gold LE (100 Coins)
1 x Geocacher's World Geocoin Satin Silber LE (100 Coins)
1 x Geocacher's World Geocoin Antik Gold RE
1 x Geocacher's World Geocoin Antik Silber RE

__Geocacher's World Geocoin -NETHERLANDS- Black Nickel / Gold LE



Geocacher's World Geocoin - NETHERLANDS - Black Nickel / Gold LE

- 2 Zoll Länger (ca. 50 mm); Dicke 3 mm
- detaillierte 3D Darstellung auf der Vorderseite mit Epoxidlack
- LIMITIERT AUF 100 COINS
- Präfix: GW
- Trackable mit eigenem Icon auf Geocaching.com: Geocachers World Geocoin - NETHERLANDS - Icon 32 Pixel Geocachers World Geocoin NETHERLANDS Icon 16 Pixel

Geocacher's World

Sammler aufgepasst:

Dies ist der zweite Teil der Geocacher's World Geocoin Serie. Nach dem Deutschland Geocoin, möchten wir nun den Niederlande Coin präsentieren.

Geocaching hat sich in den letzten Jahren rasant entwickelt. Mittlerweile gibt es schon weit über eine Millionen Caches.
Die Anzahl der Geocacher steigt weltweit auch kontinuierlich und es kommen ständig neue Länder hinzu.
Das Hobby Geocaching verbindet weit über die Landesgrenzen hinweg viele Gleichgesinnte.Dies wird auf Events und in den Logs deutlich.

Zeit für die Serie "Geocacher's World", welche nach und nach alle Länder der Welt in denen Geocaches zu finden mit einem eigenen Geocoin vorstellen wird.

Natürlich wird jede Ausgabe ihr eigenes Icon haben. Der Präfix ist GW für Geocacher's World,

Das Design der Coins folgt einer einheitlichen Linie. Jede Landesausgabe in der Form einer Briefmarke wird je 2 reguläre und 4 limitierte Versionen haben.

Viel Spass beim Sammeln und Cachen!