IronHorseReviewer Volunteer 10 Year Geocoin
Monday, February 29, 2016
Kentucky, United States
In the hands of the owner.
The 10 Year Volunteer Anniversary Geocoin was designed to symbolize Geocaching HQ’s appreciation for the community volunteers.
The design was inspired by ancient European and Chinese coins. The antique finish of this coin brings out the natural beauty of its details.
Both faces have been decorated with elements that symbolize the community volunteers’ contribution to the game:
- A Roman numeral “X” and a diamond for the 10 year anniversary
- Dill for protection against evil
- Chamomile flowers for patience
- A compass for direction — we’d be lost without you!
- A traditional cache for love of the game
- A brick for a strong foundation
- Branches of sage for wisdom
This geocoin was designed by Nathan Cavanaugh and Roxxy Goetz at Geocaching HQ in Seattle, Washington.
This is collectible.
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About This Item
This awesome geocoin was given to us by IronHorseReviewer commemorating his 10 years as a reviewer for Groundspeak. We appreciate all of the hard work that goes into reviewing and the great job that you did and continue to do for the geocaching community. It was quite an honor Bud to receive this coin from you! Thanks again.
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