Suncatcher

Celtic Star Geocoin

 

Artist Edition

Artist Edition

          Another Lilly Sue Coin. I have no idea how many of each finish were minted, but I do know that there are only 50 of the Artist Editions Floating around out there.

They are 2" across and they were released in September of 08. They sold out in November of 08. The Celtic Star Geocoins were minted in Antique Gold, Antique Silver and and a Limited Edition was minted in Antique Copper. 50 Black Nickel Artist Editions were also out there. The coins are trackable items and have a unique icon.  There is a see through purple and blue resin in the middle.

All I need to do now is get my hands on a Celtic Moon Geocoin. Hopefully I can get an AE one of those too! Maybe SupremeMe can find me one for my birthday :)  

Find Celtic Geocoins here.

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2008 Snowman Suncatcher GeoCoin

 

2008 Snowman Suncatcher Geocoin

2008 Snowman Suncatcher Geocoin

     I love it when the information for the coins is easy to find. The 2008 Snowman Suncatcher Geocoin is 1.75". It says "season's Greetings on one side and "Starry Night" on the other.  The stars on the face of the coin do glow in the dark. The Snowman Geocoin is a trackable item and has its own custom icon.

   The coin was minted in three finishes. 125 Nickel ones were made. 75 Gold (LE) were minted, and only 50 (XLE) Black nickel ones were minted.

  THe Nickel ones went for $10.95

  The Gold sold for $11.95 and the Black Nickel were $14.95.

  The Coin was made for Suckerish. 

Holiday Geocoins can be found for purchase here. 

Suncatcer Geocoins can be found for purchase here.

          I'm a little slow on the uptake sometimes. SupremeMe ordered so many geocoins over the past few months, that I didn't even really look at all of them as they came in. I was more concerned with just getting them in to their box so that they didn't get lost or damaged.  I do enjoy the suncatchers though. We really need to work on finding a nice way to display his coin collection. At the very least we need to get them all in to a protective coin binder.

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Santa’s Christmas Window Geocoin

 

Santa Suncatcher geocoin

Santa Suncatcher geocoin

             I love Groundspeak. When I can't find information on a geocoin, if I look hard enough I can almost always find *something* about a coin there. :)  

           The Santa's Christmas Window was sold through Castle Coins and Pins. It was a 2007 coin and it shipped in early December. The coin was designed by Paula at geocoin design. I just love her coins.  The concept for the coin was suggested by a customer named Brock from  Tulare California.

         The Santa's Christmas Window coin is a suncatcher geocoin. It has a loop at the top so that you can hang it as an ornament. The coin measures 2 inches if  you include the attachment and the outer circle is 4mm thick. The coin was minted in three finishes. 200 in Antique Gold, 150 in Antique Nickel and 300in a two tone deluxe edition with shiny gold and nickel. The deluxe edition has additional enamel on the lettering and scroll work. The geocoins in the antique finish sold for $10 each and the deluxe edition went for $11.99. The coins are no longer for sale at Castle Coins and pins, but if you would like to purchase the Christmas Window Geocoin, there is currently one for sale here. I think this geocoin looks great on the Christmas Tree.

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