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Tybee Island Lighthouse (2008):



























TXGA Black Sheep (2007):




































































Two Seasons of December:










 Two Happy Hikers (2005, 2006, 2007):














































Two Cache (2007):





































Twisted Dragons:











Twin Peaks (2006):




























Twas the Cache Before Christmas (2005):
Mystery coin appearing 2005. Backside features a parody of the famous poem "the Night before Christmas"





Tux:










Tuur On Tour (2006):


























Turtletoes (2006):



































Turkey Day Thanksgiving (2007):









Tupperman (2008):





























Tundra Quad's:













TumbleWeed (2005):









True Texas Cowboy (2007):









Tropical Birds:



 This series was inspired by an avid bird lover who has raised all kinds of birds, including finches, lovebirds, conures, parrots, cockatoos, and - her favorite - parrotlets. She has owned as many as 100 birds at a time and really knows birds. These beautiful coins are available in both solid and transparent colors. The back design is of a jungle scene.  This coin is trackable on Geocaching.com and has its own icon. Size: 45mm x 3.5mm



















Troop 333:










Trollin' For Caches (2008):
Dimensions 1.5 inches high
Thickness 3.5mm
Finish Black Nickel
Enameling Soft Enamel
Trackable? Yes
Has Icon Yes

You know you are. This is a fun poke at those of us always pulling pocket queries "just in case".

This coin was designed by Applewomyn, you can visit their website at the following link:
http://www.applewomyn.com/geocoins.html


Tri-State Treasures:









Triquetra Knot (2008):




The coin is the collaboration result of jc worshipper and ernies.
It depicts the famous triquetra knot, an ancient celtic design that is interpreted as the trinity. The size  is 50 x 50 mm (2" x 2"), 2.7 mm thick
 
Editions

black nickel / glow (re) 140
antique silver (se) 100
matte gold (le) 80
polished gold (xle) 30
Total  = 350
 
release date  december 2008
































Triple Wisdom (2006):

All coins will be:
1.5" Coin
4 color front, 7 color back
GC.com trackable
All yellow will be glow-in-the-dark
It will have it's own icon.

50 Limited Edition Antique Silver
100 Limited Edition Black Nickel
405 Nickel







Triple Dragon (2007):





Diameter: 1.75"
Thickness: 3mm
Weight: ~1.7oz
Metal: (I have not made a final decision on finishing, but 5 plating would likely be available)
Two-tones
Antique Copper
Antique Silver
Antique Gold
Black Nickel (This coin will only be sold in a set)

Other features:
Trackable on geocaching.com
Custom prefix tracking code (DWXXXX)
Custom icon
Estimate Shipping Date: Early March, 2007

www.dwprods.com









































TRIGO Fire & Ice (2008):
The TRIGO 2008 Fire & Ice Geocoin made its debut at Geocoinfest on October 12, 2008. This unique triangular coin was designed by TRIGO's own YemonYime for our geocaching organization. TRIGO is short for Three Rivers Informal Geocaching Organization. It has been known as the Pittsburgh area caching group since 2003 and was instrumental in hosting Geocoinfest '08. The coin honors two annual local events, the Burning Micro and the Totally Tubular Tailgating Time.
One side features half of a TRIGO logo surrounded by flaming red glitter enamel (representing the Burning Micro event) in shiny gold finish with a golden translucent enamel. The reverse side features the other half of the TRIGO logo with frosty, blue glitter enamel icicles (representing the Totally Tubular event) in shiny silver finish with blue translucent enamel.

TRIGO (2006):




















 Trickel Sylvan Seekers (2006):









Trick or Treat:










Tri-Cities Geocachers (2008):
This great coin was designed by Jamie at MadHattersNeverland. The coin features a back side with the Tri-Cities Geocachers logo.
Coin is available in both Gold and Nickel.

Coin measures:
1" wide and 1 1/4" tall
3mm thick
comes with it's own tracking number
TRIBAL SUN (2009):


160 Red/Orange in Copper
160 Blue/Light Blue in Nickel
80 zelanzy zedition

Tribal Sun - Copper- Red/Orange Background - Yellow Ray - White Back

1.75" diameter, 3.5mm thick, activate at coincodes.com

Note: These coins will ship in individual bubble wrap pouches along with a SAFLIP - a PVC free, oil free, coin flip

Front: The front is an abstract sun burst design.

Back: The back text is written in a modified font: "Hotsun, Darksun, Brightsun, Tribalsun."
Custom Icon Coming Soon







Tribal Cacher (2009):

COIN STATS: ROUND Size: 1.5" Imitation Hard Enamel Thickness: 3 mm Metal & Quantity: 175 Nickel, 75 Satin Nickel, 200 Black Nickel, 50 Satin Gold LE with glitter and 50 Gold LE Trackable: Yes, www.geocaching.com Icon: Yes, Tribal Cacher Activation Codes: www.coincodes.com Unique Features: The skull glows in the dark and the back says "Caches will come to know me well" "Call me the Cacher"








Triad Highland Games:

Indiana Jones meets the high tech 21st century as GeoCaching (pronounced GEO-cashing) fever spreads worldwide. Armed with nothing more than a hand-held Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver and a desire for adventure people of all ages become amateur treasure hunters as they set out to find hidden stashes.
            The term GeoCaching was first coined by Matt Stum on the “GPS Stash Hunt” internet mailing list in May 2000 as GPS enthusiasts on internet newsgroups came up with ideas about how the technology could be used. Treasures or “caches” are hidden just about anywhere; on hiking trails, city parks and suburban shopping centers. Clues to the location of these treasures including GPS coordinates are then posted on internet websites.
            The treasures may be a small trinket such as a pin or “GeoCoin” (a coin made specifically for GeoCaching) or it may simply be a log on which the finder signs their name. For most GeoCachers it’s not the treasure but the thrill of the hunt that has them addicted.
            In Greensboro, Triad Highland Games has minted several Special Edition GeoCoins in honor of its twinning with the City of Inverness Highland Games in Scotland and has hidden these coins in GeoCaches around the Triad. Several of these coins have also been sent directly to Inverness Scotland where they too will be hidden with a possibility of several being placed at the site of the World Games in July 2007.
            Each coin is stamped with a unique serial number which will enable people to go online and track its journey around the world. As GeoCachers find the coins they will log the location of the find on the internet before they place the coin into a new cache location. The mission of these coins is to travel to Scottish Highland Games and festivals across the globe promoting Scottish heritage worldwide.
            Triad Highland Games which hold its annual Scottish Highland Games the first weekend of May has been twinned with the City of Inverness Highland Games in Scotland since 1999 and together they have been working to bridge the distance between North Carolina and Scotland while promoting a common heritage. Triad Highland Games is very proud to be the first Highland Games in the United States to twin with a Highland Games in Scotland. The city of Inverness is in the heart of the Scottish highlands and hosts one of the largest and oldest Games in Scotland.
            The Special Edition coins show the Triad Highland Games logo on the front side with a special message in Gaelic greeting the finder with “One Hundred Thousand Welcomes”. On the reverse both the St. Andrews and Lion Rampant flags of Scotland are depicted along with the message “Help Me Home”.
            Information on GeoCaching and GeoCoin tracking may be found online at www.geocaching.com. Simply enter Triad Highland Games into the ‘trackable by name’ field to follow the journey of the Triad Highland Games Special Edition coin around the world. Additional information on Triad Highland Games may be found online at www.triadhighlandgames.org











Trez Aztec:










Treverorum (2006):









Trekkin & Birdin:









TREFF HOTEL Panorama(2008):

Unterkunft
Name, Typ:TREFF HOTEL Panorama Oberhof, Hotel
Webseite:www.trejf-hotel-panorama.de
Geocaching
Koordinaten:N 50° 42.746' O 10° 43.377'
Karte der Geocaches in der Umgebung
GPS Miete:Ja, kostenlos für Gäste
Beschreibung:Zum Cachathon 2008 wurden in der Umgebung von Oberhof viele interessante Geocaches verschiedener Schwierigkeitsstufen versteckt. Eine Hauseigene Geocoin (bei Geocaching.com trackbar) erhalten unsere Gäste bei der Buchung des Geocaching Paketes.
TreePlanter:









Tree Frog:









Treasure the Canadian Arctic (2006):
This coin was issued by prolific Canadian geocacher dex4 (http://www.geocaching.com/profile/Default.aspx?guid=840214d1-2d5d-48f0-afb1-db432c7a871b) from Burlington, Ontario.

There were 300 minted.


Tread Lightly Jeep (2008):




Tread Lightly!

5 Colors
It is trackable on geocaching.com using the unique number on the Jeep's license plate.
www.aetoys.com






































Travelling Ladybird Stamp (2009):

Hallo, ich bin Steve Ladybird. Ich bin ein Bug, ein Travel-Bug. Ich liebe Geocaching und bin um die ganze Welt gereist, um Caches zu finden. Und um euch zu zeigen, wie schön meine Reise war, habe ich einige Fotos als Briefmarken entwerfen lassen.
Dieses Set besteht aus allen 7 Travelling Ladybird Stamps:
1x Afrika
1x Antarktis
1x Asien
1x Australien
1x Europa
1x Nordamerika
1x Süd- & Mittelamerica

Metall: Black Nickel
Farben: Rückseite 1 Farbe, Vorderseite bis zu 13 Farben
Größe: 1" (25.4mm)
Dicke: 2.5mm
trackable: JA
Highlight dieser Coin ist die Möglichkeit, einen kleinen Zettel auf der Rückseite der Coin zu befestigen. Auf diesen Zettel kann z.B. die Aufgabe der Coin / des Reisenden geschrieben werden oder ein lieber Gruß/Gutschein, falls die Coin verschenkt wird. Am Besten noch zum Schutz vor Schmutz und Nässe den Zettel zwischen zwei transparente Klebebandstreifen „einlaminieren“.

Jede Coin wird mit einer 20cm langen Kugelkette geliefert, um die Briefmarke als Travelbug®-Ersatz nutzen zu können.

Travel Coin, The (2007):










Travel Case:










Tranquility (2007):

Trail Tested Tough Cache (2008):

Dimensions 1.5 inches wide
Thickness 3.5mm
Finish Shiny Nickel
Enameling Soft
Trackable? Yes
Has Icon Yes


TOUGH CACHE! Did you need a 4x4 to get to this one? How about some real boots? Commemorate it with a Trail Tested - Tough Cache geocoin!




Traditional-Cache Icon Micro  (2009):




Based on the Traditional Cache Icon from www.geocaching.com. This Micro Geocoin is prefect for taking to events, traveling and collecting. This is another Micro Geocoin in our Icon Series.
These micro are great for smaller caches as they can easily fit in film canisters as well as normal size geocaches. They are very affordable!
Size: 1" x 2.5mm
Trackable on geocaching.com







TrackMe:
















Tracking Your Roots:
















Tracking Time:






















Trabant (2009):
no official sale til now








Tour De Cache (2009):












Toucan:













Tortoise or the Hare (2007):












Toronto GeoBASH (2008):






This is the event coin for the Greater Toronto GeoBASH 2008 event. GC17XTC. Coin is trackable on Geocaching.com.
Geocoin could be personalized for with your own name\message on the banner.
Available versions:
Attendee - Satin Silver (Black text fill on photo site) - Must have a will attend posted in order to buy
Sponsor - Shiny Gold (Green text fill) - Only people who donated something for the prize table\event
Regular - Copper (Blue text fill) - Anyone can buy
LE - Satin Gold (Red text fill) - Anyone can buy
This is a fund raising coin. All proceeds go directly to cover the expenses of hosting the event.
 trackable and have their own icon. Imitation Hard
Enamel, Glow in the dark, etc.

www.landsharkz.com







Toronto (2006):
































Tools of the Trade (2006):













Toojin & Bart (2005):




























Tommy Trojan - Helen Of Troy:












TomcatATgod:





















Tombstone Justice:














Token Of Love Very Small Coin:









Todie's Wild Ride(2009):






Promoting bike safety in memory of Todie Joe Phillips
TD prefix














ToadZCode (2006):



 



























LizardToadZ Decypher Coin:



This unique coin consists of two coins that fit together. The outside coin is 2". The inner coin is 1.5" and is attached permanently onto a stud which allows it to rotate. The coin has a shiny gold finish with deep purple hard enamel color and comes in a black drawstring pouch.
The LIZARDZ Decypher Coin (Version I, II and III) can be used in many different ways to set up a mystery cache. Some of the ways are easy and others can be a bit difficult.

One of the main things to remember with the coin is that if you are encrypting a message you find the letter on the inner ring and use the matching letter on the outer ring. If you are decrypting then you find the letter on the outer ring and use the matching letter on the inner ring.

The coin can be used to decrypt geocaching hints by aligning the pointer on the LizardZ tail to the N on the outer ring. Then find the first letter in the encrypted hint on the outer ring of the coin and find the matching letter on the inner ring of the coin and write it down. Then follow the same procedure for each letter in the encrypted hint until you have decrypted the entire message.

You can encrypt messages by using a simple Caesar Cypher which shifts the alphabet any number of letters to create a cypher. Geocaching hints are encrypted using a Caesar where the alphabet has been shifted 13 positions (ROT 13). By pointing the lizard's tail at any of the 25 letters not including A you can create a variety of cyphers. The easiest way to explain the method is by using an example.


Encrypt the message below:
GO SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY NINE FEET AT TEN DEGREES TRUE
Say you wanted to shift the alphabet seven places. Align the LizardZ tail with the letter H. To encrypt you need to find each letter in the inner ring and find the matching letters on the outer ring. The first letter of our message is a G, so find G on the inner ring and see that it aligns with the letter N on the outer ring. Next, the letter O on the inner ring lines up with V on the outer ring. Follow this procedure to the end and you get this encrypted message:

NV ZPE OBUKYLK HUK ADLUAF UPUL MLLA HA ALU KLNYLLZ AYBL

The encrypted message above is not very secure and it can easily be broken with no equipment and little effort. These codes can be fun for times when you don't want people to be frustrated or to give up on your cache before they have even tried it.



For a more secure encryption:

For times when you do want people to be challenged and maybe a bit frustrated you can use the LizardZ Decypher Coin to make a Vigenere Cypher. For this kind of code you move the Lizard's tail after each letter. A key word is used to determine how the tail is moved. Suppose you wanted to encrypt the same message using the more secure method of the Vigenere Cypher.

GO SIX HUNDRED AND TWENTY NINE FEET AT TEN DEGREES TRUE

The first step is to think of a key word. For this example let's use FROG. Write the key word FROG repeatedly above the message like so:
F
R
O
G
F
R
O
G
F
R
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G
F
R
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G
F
R
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G
F
R
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F
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F
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A
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A
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G
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S

T
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L
F

G
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The key word determines how to align the LizardZ tail to make the encryption. For the first letter which is G we will align the LizardZ tail with the letter F which is the letter of the key word above the G. Then the letter G on the inner ring lines up with the letter L on the outer ring. Next, align the LizardZ tail with the letter R which is the key word letter above the second letter in the message. The letter O on the inner ring lines up with the letter F on the outer ring. Now align the LizardZ tail with the letter O. S on the inner ring lines up with G on the outer ring. Now line up the LizardZ tail with the letter G. I on the inner ring lines up with O on the outer ring. Repeat the process and end up with this message:

LF GOC YITIISJ FER ZBVBZD EWTJ WSKY RH ZJE RKLISKX KFAJ


To decrypt a message
:

You first need to somehow get the key word. For example, the key word could be in a cache container or could be the answer to a riddle. Then the same method would be followed with the exception that you would find each letter in the outer ring and then use the matching letter on the inner ring.


F
R
O
G
F
R
O
G
F
R
O
G
F
R
O
G
F
R
O
G
F
R
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F
R
O
G
F
R
O
G
F
R
O
G
F
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O
G
F
R
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F
L
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G
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F
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W
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R
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Z
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R
K
L
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S
K
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F
A
J
G
O

S
I

Just like in the encryption process, align the LizardZ tail with the letter F which is the letter in the key word above the first letter in the message. Remember, this time you need to find the letter in the outer ring and use the matching letter on the inner ring. The letter L in the outer ring lines up with the letter G in the inner ring. Align the LizardZ tail with the letter R. The letter F on the outer ring lines up with the letter O on the inner ring. Align the LizardZ tail with the letter O. The letter G on the outer ring lines up with the letter S on the inner ring. Move the Lizard's tail to the letter G. The letter O on the outer ring lines up with the letter I on the inner ring.


To the edge (2009):












TN/LN (2009):

about the geocoin

"took nothing, left nothing"? well, next time you have a good reason to leave at least "... almost nothing".
the design is obviously adapted from an old hardrock group.
geocaching

geocaching
size

1.5" Ø (38mm), 2.7mm thick


geocaching
editions

5 editions:
geocaching

re: nickel, translucent red, 100


re2: nickel, translucent blue, 100


se: polished gold, translucent blue, 90


le: antique silver, reddish translucent, 80


xle: black nickel, glow white, 50


xxle: matte gold, rainbow colors, 30


total = 350


geocaching
official release date

20 september 2009
23 august 2010 (re2)









 
















































TN or Bust Bears




COIN STATS: Bear Shaped Size: 1.5" Imitation Hard Enamel Thickness: 3 mm Metal & Quantity: 100 Black Nickel, 100 Nickel, 50 Gold with Glitter Trackable: Yes, www.geocaching.com Icon: Yes, Bear Activation codes: www.Socalgeocoins.com/activate or Coincodes.com Unique Features: 2-D Depiction of a bear with a gps in it hand that says dont worry be hippie. The backside holds the trackable at Geocaching.com and the code on its butt in the GPS it says TN or Bust.


TMYTKR:
The tmytkr Hawaiian Lion Geocoin represents the feel of the islands with its erupting volcano and display of the "Shaka". In Hawaiian, the shaka represents the "Aloha Spirit" and is a gesture of friendship. This coin comes out of Kailua Kona, HI




TMOCM (2006):
www.coinsandpins.com


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