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If I failed to send anybody on the thread above the Sold Out post, please contact me.

Could you please check your spam-mails? I guess the mail i sent to you two days ago requesting details for payment is waiting there. :D TIA!

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WooHoo! Just checked in PayPal and found my invoice had been sitting in there since yesterday. The PayPal invoice must have hit the spam bucket by accident.

 

Paid & Anxious!

 

Packed and ready to hit the post office in the morning! I am all caught up with paid orders once again. If I failed to send anybody on the thread above the Sold Out post, please contact me. I hope I have not failed to contact somebody else. :D:lol: This has been a pretty hectic two days! Thanks, Glen

 

I didn't get any repsonse to your trade offer for the the coin or a bill to get one and I was one of the first to sign up. B):PB):(:(:D:(:P:D

 

Anyway email sent check your spam folder Glen. I think you have me on your spam list.

 

Chris, I made you a generous offer and your coins have already been shipped. I am not sure taking this to the forums was the thing to do, but you decided to. I have at least 1200 coins sitting here on or around my desk and you want a trading list. I do not even know for sure what coins I have to trade. I never made a list and am probably not going to make one. It would be too hard to keep it up to date. You sent me an email approving the trade for the compass rose and I am not sure what you wanted to do with the other three coins you listed. I sent you an email back telling you I sent you a complete set, I already had two of those coins, and for you to send me whatever you thought was fair. I do not know where you are going to beat a deal like that. Glen

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I ordered two! Can't wait to see the postman's face when he delivers them... do I need a flatbed delivery? :D

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Well......looks like i am the first to get the mail today!

Yeah......!!!

Thanks a million Glen!

Arrived in great shape!

I do like the antique brass best.

But got the regular copper as an extra one!

Nice job on this coin!

 

Aaron

GeoCachew Nuts

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I got an antique brass and regular copper.

I "might" be willing to trade the regular copper one.

I am open to any trade ideas.

Might have to be a two for one type of deal on this sweet,

sweet coin.

 

Aaron

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My coins came today. Boy are they big. I didn't realize how big 3" really was.

They really look good!

 

That is exactly what I had been telling everybody, you can measure them out, compare them to a 2 inch coin, but until you drop that manhole cover in your hand.... :P they are cool, Rusty did an excellent job for me. Thanks for the compliments. Glen

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Just saw this coin and it is awsome. I would love to have one if you have any left. Be kind to a fellow Kansas cacher. Will send email Glen

 

Thanks Hipper

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:P Sitting here in my recliner when I hear the sound of a rattling engine anouncing that the rattling crew truck is on the way up my driveway. The head of the "crew" was delivering my early X-mas present of a nice new shiny Copper Initial Point Geocoin. Now I have the complete set and while I think they are all really nice, I think the shiny Copper is really AWESOME!!!! Thanks Glen. :P

PS. My wife agrees that the shiny copper is the "prettiest" of the four.

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I requested one of each metal on Aug 29th but did not receive a sale notification. Are there any left?

 

I would like to get one in each metal please. If you make the coin in solid brass, please put me on that list for atleast one. Thank you and great looking coin. Can't wait to see it. :P

Ditto for me

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Thanks for all the hard work producing these coins, received mine today...and I am

delighted.

Regards,

Bill

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Glen:

 

I received my antique brass coin today. It looks great! Thanks for all your efforts on this.

 

Tim Osborn

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Glen,

 

These are awesome coins!

 

So I'm showing around these beautiful coins and two people ask me the same question - "a red sandstone what?" In other words, they interpreted the word sandstone as an adjective. I looked back at the description starting this thread and it shows a space between sand and stone "a red sand stone" Is this a typo then in the thread or on the coin?

 

:rolleyes:

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any chance of a nickel and an antique copper? not sure if i need to email you direct so thought id ask before i spam you

Edited by freespirit1402

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I received my coins (in the Netherlands) today. I hate to state the obvious, but these coins are huge! And they are great too ! :anitongue:

 

Thanks,

Geo_Taz

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I received my coins (in the Netherlands) today. I hate to state the obvious, but these coins are huge! And they are great too ! :anitongue:

 

Thanks,

Geo_Taz

 

Glad they did not sink the ship, oops, aircraft! Thanks for letting me know they made it, Glen

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Glenn,

 

I emailed you back about the coins I was interested in, but never saw a response. Perhaps I was a victim of the spam filter as well?

 

Anyways, I'm still interested in any finishes I can still get...

 

Thanks!

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Glen,

 

These are awesome coins!

 

So I'm showing around these beautiful coins and two people ask me the same question - "a red sandstone what?" In other words, they interpreted the word sandstone as an adjective. I looked back at the description starting this thread and it shows a space between sand and stone "a red sand stone" Is this a typo then in the thread or on the coin?

 

;)

 

The historical marker there lists the rock as a red sandstone .... all one word. If you ever visit the central Kansas area, you will find the red sandstone is plentiful here, it makes for beautiful buildings and is quite soft. The red sandstone is also quite fragile and you seldom see it being quarried in blocks like limestone. You can rub two of them together and get red sand falling almost immediately, neat stuff. Some area bluffs are red sandstone and they really stand out when the sun lights them at angles. Just tell them it is a red rock that is not native to that part of the world. ;) Glen

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WOW: My set just came in 15 minutes ago.

I'm really impressed with the size and how nice they are

Sure glad I got a comlpete set. ;)

Thanks Glen

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Hey Glen! Just got my set also. The postman gave me the evil eye. ;) Guess it has something to do with the sprained wrist and sore back. :D;)

 

The set looks great. Thanks. ;)

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Hey Glen! Just got my set also. The postman gave me the evil eye. :laughing: Guess it has something to do with the sprained wrist and sore back. :rolleyes::lol:

 

The set looks great. Thanks. :P

 

That will teach him for sending your Meades coins back! Glad to hear about the long distance shipping getting there so quickly.

 

I have a few sets left to sell, if anybody missed their chance earlier. Glen

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Quick question -- anyone planning on circulating theirs? It is kind of expensive to circulate IMHO, plus it just begs to be kept. Any opinions?

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I do, releasing a copper as soon as I find a cache big enough to put it in.

 

:D You go Jim! I know I will turn a few loose. Glen

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Glen,

 

These are awesome coins!

 

So I'm showing around these beautiful coins and two people ask me the same question - "a red sandstone what?" In other words, they interpreted the word sandstone as an adjective. I looked back at the description starting this thread and it shows a space between sand and stone "a red sand stone" Is this a typo then in the thread or on the coin?

 

:D

 

The historical marker there lists the rock as a red sandstone .... all one word. If you ever visit the central Kansas area, you will find the red sandstone is plentiful here, it makes for beautiful buildings and is quite soft. The red sandstone is also quite fragile and you seldom see it being quarried in blocks like limestone. You can rub two of them together and get red sand falling almost immediately, neat stuff. Some area bluffs are red sandstone and they really stand out when the sun lights them at angles. Just tell them it is a red rock that is not native to that part of the world. :D Glen

 

Thanks Glen. I know it sounds hokie but your coin has really tweaked my interest in benchmarks. One of these days, I hope to get out there and actually stand there! :D

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Quick question -- anyone planning on circulating theirs? It is kind of expensive to circulate IMHO, plus it just begs to be kept. Any opinions?

I'll probably let 2 of the 4 I have go. Don't have time right now but I'll get to it soon.

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Hey Glen,

 

Our high school track team needs a couple of discus to practice with. Can you send me a couple more coins? On second thought we might not want them to practice with so much added weight.

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Quick question -- anyone planning on circulating theirs?

I'm sending one out. It's so unique and well done that I want others to be able to enjoy it too.

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