This page is a log of the Geocoins and Travel Bug which are placed or find out in the UK some far.

There is the photos of the Geocoins.  



 The Geocachers Star geocoin 2009

In 2009 a star in the Northern starry sky was named

Geocachers Star 2009

Here are the coordinates

It's at the position of one star of the "Big Bear" star constellation

HIP-No.: J-53910 (Großer Bär)
Leng. Time: Ilh01m50.5593s
Dec. Time: +56 22' 57.019"

This beautifully detailed coin has the wording

The stars are the streets to eternity on one side along with a relief of the Big Bear and the tracking number

whilst the reverse is as pictured, a star map with a glass crystal marking the point of the Geocachers Star


 This Geocoin is Missing 40 years man on the moon top coin

This Geocoin is Missing - Astronomy 2009 

Got but not added yet as I up to 65 cache so far 

Excalibur was the legendary sword pulled from the stone by Arthur.  The legend indicates that Arthur pulled the sword from the stone confirming his rightful place as King of England.  The mythological sword was gifted with magical powers when held by the rightful King of England.

The name “Excalibur” was derived from the Latin phrase Ex calce liberatus, which translated to: “liberated from the stone.” The Greeks also had a similar translation: Ex-Kylie-Pyr or “out of a cup—fire”. Both phrases are inscribed on the front of this geocoin.

On the back of the Excalibur geocoin is a Coat of Arms similar to what may have been worn by King Arthur.

Around the edge of the geocoin are the names of the original 11 Knights of the Round Table: Sir Lancelot, Sir Galahad, Sir Gawaine, Sir Gareth, Sir Bors, Sir Percivale, Sir Tristan, Sir Bedivere, Sir Lamorak, Sir Kay and Sir Geraint. Also on the coin is the year 1300 – the year that Arthur began his reign as King of England.

Excalibur geocoin, 1.75 inches (app. 44 mm) diameter, and 3 mm thick. This geocoin is trackable with a unique custom icon.


Geocoin - British Bobby GOLD

Description: British Bobby Geocoin

This geocoin was created by a British geocacher who is a policeman and was looking for a police helmet geocoin. The wording on the back comes from the expression "It's a fair cop, Guv" which, years ago, villains conceded to the arresting police officer when they knew they were caught. In this case, you can place this coin in a geocache when you think it's a fair cache! This large Geocoin is great for traveling, collecting and trading. Size: 42mm x 3.5mm

This coin is trackable on and has its own icon.


A geocoin is a special coin created by individuals or groups of geocachers as a kind of signature item or calling card. Like Travel Bugs, each geocoin is assigned a unique tracking ID which allows them to travel from geocache to geocache or to be passed amongst friends, picking up stories along the way.

This new design by Jacaru celebrates geocaching around the United Kingdom

The front of the coin has a map of the British Isles

With England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland borders marked The rear has the wording

Caching Around England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland + the tracking number

The coin is finished with the Union Jack flag

The coin measures approx 30mm x 35mm

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