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Time Lord Geocoin Klaerle’s "Time Lord" (Victorian Era)

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Friday, 14 June 2013
Baden-Württemberg, Germany
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Victorian Era


The idea behind this coin is that those people who are wise to the ways of time will know that sometimes we need to rush to the next event, but at other times we must wait and let things come to us. Those who know when to rush and when to be patient will use the time allotted to them most fully.

The front shows an hour glass in front of a galaxy. This pinwheel of stars rotates once every fifty million years making it a clock for very long periods of time. There are four words with four letters each, making a four to the second power pattern. The Time Lords, after all, do love math.

The back side of the coin also says "Make Time Your Ally", but using the writing of the Time Lords.

Borosilicate glass (Cloisonné) can only be found on geocoins made by “ Gregson Vaux Artifacts ” and is the most durable finish possible. Borosilicate glass is best known for its use in high-end laboratory glass ware such as test tubes and beakers. This glass cannot be scratched by hardened steel and is resistant to most corrosive chemicals. It can be expected to maintain its color and beauty for thousands of years. .

This coin is 1.75 inches in diameter.

Edition II
The nine editions are:

Age of Enlightenment - 24 karat gold on massive antique copper ( THIS EDITION IS NOT TRACKABLE ! ).
Age of Wonder - sparkle enamel and transparent amber enamel on 24 karat gold.
Archean - blue and white pearl enamel on 24 karat gold.
Bronze Age - pure bronze all the way to the core of the coin with an antique finish to bring out the details.
Dark Age - transparent black and olive-brown enamel on 24 karat gold.
Hadean - light red glow-in-the-dark enamel on antique copper.
Medieval Optimum - brown and amber glass on antique gold (Cloisonné).
Silurian - green glass on satin nickel (Cloisonné).
Victorian Era - transparent blue, purple and pink enamel on 24 karat satin gold.

Edition I
The eight editions are:

Beltane - Late Spring - light and dark green resin on shiny nickel.
Harvest - Early Autumn - red and orange glass on shiny copper (Cloisonné).
Imbolc - Late Winter - blue glass on satin nickel (Cloisonné).
Lammas - Late Summer - brown and green resin on 18 karat antique gold.
Midsummer - Green resin on 18 karat shiny gold.
Ostara - Early Spring - purple and yellow resin on 18 karat satin gold.
Samhain - Late Autumn - brown and orange glass on antique copper (Cloisonné).
Yule - Early Winter - green and red glass on 18 karat shiny gold (Cloisonné).

!!! Only 30 pieces were minted from each coin of each edition !!!

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