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Second Coin in a Series of four Geocaching Snowman


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Hi Everyone!

 

The second coin in the Geocaching Snowman Series is available for pre-sale now. The Geocaching Snowman in Spring follows the very popular Geocaching Snowman in Winter Coin. The coin will be shipped to our customers on or before June 4th. Please visit our website for further details. We have a final design proof of the coin. Please review the pictures of the first coin in the series to view the excellent quality and detail. T. Steele Jones is the designer of the Geocaching Snowman Series of coins.

 

Have a great Memorial Day Weekend!

 

Jim Berk

Mobilis in Mobili

 

Owner

The Caching Place

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When does the pre-sale end? I have a friend who I'm sure will want this but he's out of town for the weekend.

Hi Sunsetmeadowlark!

 

There really is no official end date. Don't worry, your friend can order next week.

 

Cordially,

 

Jim Berk

Mobilis in Mobili

 

Owner

The Caching Place

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The Geocaching Snowman in Spring Coins have arrived. We just finished shipping to all those who ordered during the pre-sale. We should have actual pictures up on the website by tomorrow. The front has 15 colors and the back 17 colors. The Spring theme is "No Cache too Close... or too far away"! If you haven't ordered yet, we now have them in stock! The coins are tremendous!

 

Congratulations to the designer T. Steele Jones! Tom is a member of the Missouri Watercolor Society and his other works can be viewed by following this link:

 

http://pennylanepublishing.com Click on Artist, then search, T. Steele Jones

 

Geocaching Snowman in Summer is coming in July!

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The Geocashing Snowman in Spring Coin has just arrived! We have completed shipping to all who ordered during the pre-sale. This coin is now in stock. The feedback for the Geocaching Snowman Seasonal series has been terrific. Please view the attached pictures.

 

The designer, T. Steele Jones

 

Tom Jones (painting under the name T. Steele Jones) has been painting with transparent watercolors for 30 years. His current works range from detailed chrome reflections of motorcycles to whimsical, heart warming snowmen. Jones uses his own photos to capture the light and shadows in his realistic creations, but when it comes to painting snowmen he leaves it all up to his imagination.

 

Tom earned a Bachelor’s degree in art education from Northeastern State University in Oklahoma followed by a Master’s degree from Pittsburg State University. He went on to become an art teacher, a profession he’s been enjoying for the past 18 years.

 

Jones is a member of the Missouri Watercolor Society, Spiva Center for the Arts and ArtCentral. The latter of which awarded him Best of Show at their annual competitions in both 2001 and 2003. He also received the Best of Show award at the Thomas Hart Benton Competition in 2004 and the People’s Choice Award at the Lamar Fair in 2008.

 

He currently resides in Missouri with his son, daughter, wife, and two dogs. Jones comments, “The idea of lifting someone’s spirit or giving them a laugh (which is a blessing) to possibly make their day better has always been important to me, I hope my art does that”. Many of his original paintings can be found in private homes and on display at Cherry’s Custom Frames and Gallery.

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