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Geocoin bundles for sale raising money for adoption

#1 User is offline   Not So Lost Puppies 

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  Posted 12 September 2010 - 09:00 AM

I'm selling off a lot of my coin collection to raise money for adoption.

We have decided to add to our family and selling these will help with the process and allow more space in our house for our soon to be kids. :yikes:

I believe all the coins are 2008 and earlier minting.

I have put together bundles with at least 5 unactivated trackable coins (not micro)
I have then added some additional random items to each bundle, such as extra unactivated trackable, unactivated trackable micro, non-trackable coins, pins, etc.

Some of the coins that are available:
Huge 3" Initial Point trackable black nickel finish
some LE World Travel (animated icon) (gold coin, black ring)
geocat coins (3 different finishes)
Scotland 2006
geoswag coin club 9/11 coins (3 different years)
2005 Wisconsin
top 40 geo records (various 'artists')
2" crake astrolabe
Kansas tornado

various older personal coins, trackable and not trackable.


Bundles $50
At least 5 unactivated trackable coins in each bundle!!

US Shipping: (priority mail, insurance included in the listed price)
$5 up to 4 bundles.
$10 5-8 bundles (2 packages)
$12 for 9 bundles or more.

International shipping:
Contact me regarding shipping charges as I will only ship international with insurance.
(small flat rate box doesn't allow insurance)


The 5 trackable coins in each bundle will all be different, not even same coin different finish.
I will try not include any duplicate bonus items as well. I will try not to include duplicates on multi-bundle orders.

Sorry, but I can not take requests for specific coins, or specific additional items, as the bundles have already been created.

Please send requests via e-mail through our profile. I will try to respond and send a PayPal invoice within 24hrs, and ship within 24hrs after payment.

Thank you for your support.
Mike
Not So Lost Puppies

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Posted 14 September 2010 - 09:45 AM

For a larger list (There are about a dozen coins that were already traded/sold from the list)
http://www.mhtc.net/.../tradelist.html
Anything that isn't red (less a dozen or so) was put into the bundles.
There are also several coins that weren't on that list that are in the bundles as well. But it gives a good representation.

Quick easy way to begin your collection, or get some traders.
As stated earlier I think everything is 2008 and earlier minting, when 500 coins was a huge run, and 100-250 was much more common.

This post has been edited by Not So Lost Puppies: 14 September 2010 - 09:49 AM


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Posted 14 September 2010 - 12:45 PM

View PostNot So Lost Puppies, on Sep 14 2010, 09:45 AM, said:

For a larger list (There are about a dozen coins that were already traded/sold from the list)
http://www.mhtc.net/.../tradelist.html
Anything that isn't red (less a dozen or so) was put into the bundles.
There are also several coins that weren't on that list that are in the bundles as well. But it gives a good representation.

Quick easy way to begin your collection, or get some traders.
As stated earlier I think everything is 2008 and earlier minting, when 500 coins was a huge run, and 100-250 was much more common.


Are pictures available somewhere on the internet?

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Posted 14 September 2010 - 01:57 PM

I don't have many photos of them myself, but this is one of best places to look for good photos of them.
http://www.geocoinco...de/coinlist.asp

I know there a few other places with them as well, but that is one I usually use.

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Posted 14 September 2010 - 04:38 PM

I would so love to help you out.....but I am grounded from any purchases for awhile.....I was a baaaaaad girl with purchases :( :laughing:

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Posted 14 September 2010 - 05:08 PM

I'll need to work some overtime. I've spent my allowed monthly disposable income already.
I'd love to get my hands on some nice geocoins for my hidden caches.

I plan on sending Aleksandr Orlov aka Alexander the meerkat to southern Africa to see the home of his great grandfather Mikhail Vitaly who fought in the Meerkat Mongoose war of 1728

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Your coins would be perfect to help track him.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 08:53 AM

I can make short term ( a couple weeks ) holds.
I certainly understand the coin budget issues, I was in that place when I began the collection.

It was also very difficult then because more of the sales were not pre-sales, so there were limited numbers available and you had to be able to be quick on the e-mails, forums, or sometimes ebay to get them before they sold out.

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Posted 23 September 2010 - 10:52 AM

Thanks to those who have ordered, you should have received your bundles by now.

There are still bundles available.

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Posted 11 October 2010 - 10:34 AM

Pricing reduced to $40 per bag.

Still at least 5 standard sized unactivated trackable coins in each bag.

Every bag will also include at least one additional coin
(may be non-trackable, unactivated trackable, or micro)[may be newer minting]
may also include a pin or other small swag item.

$5 shipping regardless of how many you buy.
International orders accepted: shipping costs will be actual insured Air rate.

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Posted 09 November 2010 - 11:39 AM

Coin bundles will now contain a total of at least 8 coins for $40.

At least 5 standard sized unactivated trackable coins
Plus at least 3 more coins, which may be unactivated coins, micro, non-trackable)
May also include pin or other swag item.

Would make a Great Christmas gift for a new collector.

Also is a quick way to get some coins for any of the 'missions' or races.

Most of the coins are from 2008 or before.

PM or e-mail through the profile page. If you don't hear back in 24hrs, try the other method or post in the thread here. I'm usually able to reply within 24hrs.

If you are, or will be, in the Madison WI area, I'm willing to meet up for the sale.


November is National Adoption month

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Posted 02 December 2010 - 06:52 AM

Still have bundles available.

Great for holiday gifts, traders.

Thank you to everyone who has already purchased.

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Posted 02 December 2010 - 07:51 AM

Awesome reason for the sale! My dog is a pound pup, 10 1/2 years and counting. Good luck!

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Posted 02 December 2010 - 08:59 AM

Also for clarification purposes, this is raising money for our adopting children.

Though we do encourage the adoption of the 4 legged variety as well :D Our 4 legged pup was a direct adoption, though we are also considering another pup adoption from one of the local shelters as well.

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Posted 17 December 2010 - 12:30 PM

Still have some available.
Orders paid for tonight will be sent priority mail saturday morning.
Should be in time for christmas.

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