Celtic Lucky Clover
We hope this geocoin will bring luck to your geocaching adventures. Each of the four leafs of this Celtic design have their own representation: hope, faith, love, and luck.
Size: 50mm in diameter
The “Ace” geocoin was created to honor the memory and spirit of the many young men that served their country in the cockpits of some of the most powerful aircraft ever built and flown. The title of “Ace” was given to a pilot after his 5th confirmed Kill. They were highly skilled men; tough, focused, brave, unrelenting and cool under pressure. They relied on the ability to seek out and find their target. These skills live on today in the hearts and minds of Geocaching Aces around the world.
Size: 38mm in diameter
Trackabel at geocaching.com, with its own icon:
These Geocoins have not been available for some time, but now they are back in stock:
Bringing people together antiek zilver
- 44 mm diameter; 3 mm thick
- by PrinceShoko
- trackable with its own icon:
Black Widow black nickel
Wherever you cache, you wil find spiders on your way!
This coin has a nice hard enamel illustration on both sides.
Size: 42mm diameter, 3mm thickness
The coincode is very small printed in the tail of the spider.
Trackable at Geocaching.com with its own icon:
Geocaching across the atlantic
The Netherlands-American Steamship Company was founded in 1873. It was headquartered in Rotterdam and provided service to both North and South America. The shipping and passenger line was a principal carrier of immigrants from Europe to the new world: New York. It became known as the Holland America Line.
The front side of the coin shows a steamship, designed in remembrance of the old advertising campaigns of the steamship company. The back side of the coin represents the Dutch engine order telegraph at the bridge of the steamship.
- 44 mm diameter
- Backside has a moving needle!!!
- Trackable at Geocaching.com with its own icon:
Time and Space Geocoin
Also we now again a batch the Time and Space Geocoins. Last time, they were sold out within one hour!
Venice Clock Tower
OshnDoc has lived near Venice, Italy during the summers for 12 years. He came to see and love the city of Venice from a local resident perspective by visiting it with friends who grew up either directly in the city or to the north in Mestre on the mainland. The clock tower of San Marco always fascinated him. The San Marco clock tower, probably the 2nd most famous clock tower in the world after Big Ben in London, was built between 1496 and 1506. The main clock face consists of a number of concentric dials. The outermost displays the numbers 1 to 24 in Roman numerals and has a hand decorated with an image of the sun pointing to the hour. A second dial shows the 12 signs of the zodiac. These are illuminated in gold on an enamel blue background.
The back of the coin shows both the time keeping section used on the front side extending in a sun ray pattern of individual compass roses. Each of the small compass roses on the outer ring indicating the multiple directions one can go after finding the first position, almost like finding a multi geocache.
Size: 50mm in diameter
Trackable at geocaching.com with its own icon:
You can find these and other new Geocoins on our website in New Geocoins