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Kealia

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  1. Sorry it took so long, but I emailed you back this morning.
  2. All coins are trackable and UNACTIVATED. $10/each unless otherwise noted. Shipping is $3.50 US for 1 coin + $0.50 each additional coin up to $5.80 for Flat Rate USPS Priority. International shipping quoted, as needed. I have MANY more than listed here. I'm just going to list these in bite-size chunks to keep it manageable. - Original Stash - GeocoinClub December 2005 (ammo can) - Japan - Paperless Caching - Time and Space - Cache Matrix - New Mexico - 2006 British Columbia - EU (European Union) - Geocache Earth - 2007 NYGO (New York Geocaching Org) - Podcacher - Hong Kong 2007 - Geocoinfest (the first one, multiple finishes) - Geocache America 2007 - Geocache America 2008 Adding a few more: - United We Cache - Waymarking Bounty - NNJC Event Coin (Gone Caching 2 glow in the dark) - GPS Spinning Coin (Magellan SporTrak Pro) - EU Geocoin - The Definitive Coin Series (all 7) - Planishpere (Southern) - $20 - Planishpere (Northern) - $20 - Nocturnal - $15 - Quandrant - $10 Cheers!
  3. Kealia

    "Collectible"

    If it won't meet you there I am happy to volunteer.
  4. I've also listed two Compass Rose coins on eBay, for those interested: UNACTIVATED 2009 Black Nickel LE UNACTIVATED 2009 Antique Silver with Polished Gold Thanks for looking.
  5. All coins are trackable and UNACTIVATED. $10/each unless otherwise notes. Shipping is $3.50 US for 1 coin + $0.50 each additional coin. International shipping quoted, as needed. I'm willing to make deals for 6 or more coins and have MANY more than listed here. I'm just going to list these in bite-size chunks to keep it manageable. - Original Stash - GeocoinClub December 2005 (ammo can) - Japan - Paperless Caching - Time and Space - Cache Matrix - New Mexico - 2006 British Columbia - EU (European Union) - Geocache Earth - 2007 NYGO (New York Geocaching Org) - Podcacher - Hong Kong 2007 - Geocoinfest (the first one, multiple finishes) - Geocache America 2007 - Geocache America 2008 Email or PM here. Thanks.
  6. No, I was able to join a few groups on Facebook that are buying/selling/trading coins, though. Hope you are feeling better.
  7. I've been having pretty good luck on FaceBook with individual sales, thanks for the direction gang. Sometime this weekend I will probably start to list a handful at a time here that I think are interesting before either making up lots or going to eBay. All coins listed here will be trackable and UNACTIVATED. For example: Alaska 2005 - 2008, many state/group coins and some duplicate Compass Rose coins that I have.
  8. To avoid any confusion (because I've seen a number of emails come through asking....): No, I am not selling any Moun10Bike coins. I didn't mean to imply that I was.....I was trying to be funny - sorry.
  9. If caches, caching and geocoins had the same security as the Louvre, I would expect to find the real deal on display. I could well imagine what the lifespan of the Mona Lisa would be if they left the doors to the Louvre open 24/7 ... unguarded ... Touche! You think it would last longer if we attached a TB tag to it and set it free?
  10. Zoinks! No. I just checked my SPAM folder and I have about a dozen people who have sent me messages. I will check them all shortly and reply to them. I've hopefully changed my settings so that won't happen again so if you've sent me an email and don't hear back from me tonight please try again tomorrow. I'm not intentionally ignoring anybody.
  11. My original sig item (left in what I consider to be good caches). A shot glass:
  12. So, who is this Moun10Bike guy anyway?
  13. Yes, that's what stopped me in my tracks. It will be interesting to see how things hash out.
  14. My take on this is that if you don't want to send out the real thing, don't send out anything at all. I've sent out hundreds of trackables over the years and I've had many go missing. It's part of the game/risk to me. Seeing the logs on real coins is great, but I have yet to see anybody 'excited' about finding a proxy. To me, it's like going to the Louvre to see the Mona Lisa only to find that they've replaced it with a copy because they were afraid somebody would steal or damage it. It's just not the same.
  15. Something VERY interesting has happened as I've been working through my coin inventory and checking to see what is activated, what isn't, etc.: I came across two trackables that show activated and list somebody else as the owner! I've never taken and kept a coin from a cache (unless I had explicit permission like the first Oregon coin I found back in 2003), so this was a bit shocking. One coin has no mileage associated with it so it may have been one that the owner kept under his ownership when we traded, but the other has some mileage and the owner marked it as missing a long time ago. I must have gotten this one in a trade at some point and not bothered to check the tracking code because there was a point (2006, IIRC) that I stopped activating coins. I'll be reaching out to those two people tonight to find out if these two coins were legitimately traded to me, or if I need to get them back to them.
  16. That's correct, only trackables are allowed to be promoted/sold here. I do have a couple of things in the works right now so we'll see how they pan out.
  17. Thanks Mark. There are certainly coins that I will not part with, but the vast majority just hold no sentimental value for me anymore. I will keep 1-2 of my wall cases for those that do.
  18. That's a good thought. My thinking is that a LOT of my coins date back 8 years or so and since I don't recognize a lot of names here I'm thinking that a lot of people may not know what these are. Of course, I suppose a buyer could just as easily Google the coin like I did but I'm of the mindset that as the seller I should provide as much info as possible. Maybe I am making this harder than I needs to be. I am guilty of that sometimes.
  19. Ugh, this is going to be a lot of work. I spent almost 2 hours this morning just taking inventory on one glass case (47 coins). It took that long to determine: Year, Name, Finish/Metal, Trackable, Activated, Quantity Minted, Picture I'm now beat. I think I may have to look at selling the desirable ones individually (the ones worth more) and then do batches of 10-20 for the rest. I'll see how interest in the first batch goes and gauge workload from there. I do appreciate everybody's input so far. It's been interesting to handle the coins again and think about each one for a minute, too. Most, if not all of the coins I handled today were 2003 - 2005 so they haven't been touched in a long while! Wait, does that make them antiques?
  20. Thanks for the continued input. If I go the lot of grab bags/lots I wouldn't do them as 'blind' even though it's likely how grab bags are defined. Because most of the coins are older a lot of people wouldn't know what some are so I wouldn't want anybody to be disappointed. I do appreciate all the thoughts.
  21. Maybe that will have to be the way to go. 20 or so grab bags of 20 coins wouldn't be as much work, for sure. No problem. These are LONG since gone, but I believe that you can still order one from Coins and Pins directly.
  22. Well, the lot is somewhere between 400-600 coins (non duplicates) I think. I have some homework to do to catalog these before I could even venture a guess. But if you start thinking about $10/coin (average) that's already $4,000 - $6,000. Interesting that somebody might be interested in a lot of that size, though. That's part of what I am looking to discover.
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