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Seeing Stars Geocoin Seeing Stars Geocoin (blue #1)

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Owner:
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Released:
Sunday, 10 November 2013
Origin:
West Midlands, United Kingdom
Recently Spotted:
In Newcastle Ferry TB & GC Hotel

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Current GOAL

This coin’s mission is to spread a little love around the world, even if it is just one cache or cacher at a time.

Photographs of the journey would be fabulous.

Please keep the coin on the move and don’t hold onto it for more than 2 weeks. Thanks.

About This Item

Geocoin

These beautiful Seeing Stars geocoins were designed and commissioned to commemorate the wedding on the 10th of November, 2012 of the cachers Northern Rising and PurpleAngel. 

They were designed by Northern Rising and only 100 coins were produced in a lovely Purple/Blue colour scheme. 50 were personalised and used as favours, the rest have no printing and some of these were offered for sale to other cachers on their first wedding anniversary. That’s only 25 of each of the 2 variations that were made – so you have one of only 25 coins of this type in your hand. That’s pretty special. Sadly an unscrupulous cacher took a shine to the geocoin and stole it, so I'm afraid I've had to make a 'poxy proxy' to travel instead.

The coin is 40mm in diameter and 3mm thick. It is called "Seeing Stars" and is trackable (with its own unique icon) on Geocaching.com.  Half have a blue border on the front and a purple border on the back, the rest the other way around. The border is recessed with a Celtic pattern on both sides, overlaid with transparent resin in either blue or purple. It is a "Suncatcher" style coin with the central star being made of translucent resin. The star is either blue or purple, depending on the variation (colour matches the back border). This coin has a blue border around the front and a purple star in the centre.

The 10 outer petals are also translucent and alternate between blue and purple. It really does look beautiful when held up to the light, especially natural light. The petals are interspersed with a textured recessed area decorated with 8 Celtic knots. 
At the top of the coin is the Uffington Horse - an ancient chalk hill sculpture in Cambridgeshire whilst at the bottom is the Green Man as seen in Mucking Church, near Thurrock.

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Tracking History (7072.3mi) View Map

Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 18 A Countisbury Trail-Doctor's Wood South West England, United Kingdom - .22 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 17 A Countisbury Trail-Swannel Combe South West England, United Kingdom - .11 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 16 A Countisbury Trail-Chubhill Wood South West England, United Kingdom - 1.09 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 15 A Countisbury Trail-Fern Gulley South West England, United Kingdom - .12 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 14 A Countisbury Trail-Trident South West England, United Kingdom - .11 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 13 A Countisbury Trail-Kipscombe South West England, United Kingdom - .12 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 12 A Countisbury Trail-View Point South West England, United Kingdom - .11 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 11 A Countisbury Trail-Odd One Out South West England, United Kingdom - .12 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 10 A Countibury Trail-Butterfly Valley South West England, United Kingdom - .22 miles  Visit Log
Visited 08/24/2016 heartradio took it to 9 A Countisbury Trail-Pony Vale South West England, United Kingdom - .11 miles  Visit Log
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