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Coin Stacks from Around the World

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James Martin from United Kingdom sent this photo on 19 November 2011.

Description: Vertical coin on a vertical coin

"g az" from Israel sent this photo.

Description: the difference between "alpha helix" and "beta sheet" coins stacking style

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Duke Canell from San Juan Capist, California USA sent this photo on 13 September 2011.

Description: The next moon lander

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taiStar valiant from tucson, az usa age sent this photo on 7 September 2011.

Description: a stack of ten pennies on a vertical nickel on a penny laying flat. once again the stack of over 1000 coins with 1 dime base in the background

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TaiStar Valiant from tucson, az usa sent this photo on 6 September 2011.

Description: as far as i know, the most coins ever balanced on a single dime. what im trying to do is build the widest stack on one coin. i am limited only by my amount of coins, so far. this one here is over 1000 coins. it is solid half way up then a ring wall that splits into two then three concentric walls. mostly american change but there might be a canadian penny in there and there is one peso i threw in the well of coins.


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David John from cranberry twp, Pennsylvania United States sent this photo on 9 August 2011.

Description: i saw this website so i wanted to experiment. this is the second thing i did. first was a small thing with what pennies were around the house

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Tommy Cardinal from Sarasota, Florida United Stated sent this photo on 2 August 2011.

Description: First time.

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Mel and Franz X from Windhoek, Khomas Namibia sent these photos on 19 July 2011.

Description: Empire state

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Allan Dettweiler from Cambridge, Ontario Canada age sent this photo on 25 May 2011.

Description: Toonie Tower. Built with "Toonies" - the 2 dollar coin from Canada. This was a fund raiser at the Mennonite Relief Sale held each year in New Hamburg, Ontario on the last Saturday in May.

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Chris from WA Australia sent this photo on 9 May 2011.

Description: 2500 20 cent pieces, $500 worth. Took several days.

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Kay Stone from Avon Lake, Ohio USA age 18+ sent this photo on 23 December 2010.

Description: Inspired by the stacks on your site, I decided to try something myself. I did not have much luck with the bridging, but I was intrigued by the spirals. I did this on a turntable with a metal cylinder in the middle to keep the coins aligned All US and Canadian quarters - about 2,500 of them!

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sachin SANGALAD from bangalore, karnatak india sent this photo on 3 November 2010.

Description: stunning structures

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Enid Bala from Tirane, Albania sent this photo on 10 October 2010.

Description: About 1000 Albanian coins (5 lek).

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Anthony from Rhode Island united states sent this photo on 6 July 2010.

Description: Just went crazy with all coins

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Raymond Penuelas from Westmorland, California USA sent this photo on 4 July 2010.

Description: My first attempt and penny stacking, after about 15 minutes of browsing through this site I decided to build my own. I call it "Window"

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Charles Timm from Minneapolis, MN United States sent this photo on 13 June 2010.

Description: Started stacking pennies at work, then saw the site about a year ago. Finally getting around to uploading a few of the sculptures I've made. First one is a neat looking wall. The second is something I call "stairs". The third is a spiral. Hard to make, this was the third or forth one I made that stayed up long enough for me to get a picture.

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Adam Jones from Atlanta, GA USA sent this photo on 9 April 2010.

Description: Just started stacking poker chips and made this guy but ran out. Looks like I'm going to need another set.

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aakash doshi from Dubai, U.A.E age 16 sent this photo on 5 April 2010.

Description: I ran out of money :( btw its all standing on one coin :D

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Sam Cowger from Dallas, Texas United States age 12 sent this photo on 27 February 2010.

Description: Bored on a weekend with a bunch of pennies, and it collapsed before i could do something awesome to it.

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Description: Got the idea from a picture on the site.

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Madison Hicks from loveland, Colorado age 11 sent this photo on 9 January 2010.

Description:

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viral jethwa from mumbai, maharashtra india sent this photo on 27 December 2009.

Description: it took ten days to complete. This is my world record of stacking 5000(five thousands) coins on a single coloumn of nine coins and the weight of this whole structure is approximately 25 kgs

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Luciano Pimentel from Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro Brazil sent this photo on 7 November 2009.

Description: my favorites

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Caroline P from California United States age 11 sent this photo on 9 November 2009.

Description: We had jars of pennies from cleaning up the house, and I was looking in a book and it told how to build a penny bridge. I took that and made the EIFFEL PENNY TOWER!

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Preston H from Florence, MS USA sent this photo on 12 May 2009.

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Jeremy Harvey from Everett, Washington USA sent this photo on 4 September 2009.

Description: I sent in a couple of my poker chip sculptures awhile back and decided to share a few more. I do these while playing poker to help avoid playing too many hands :) I hope you like them.

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Brian beba from lakewood, ohio usa sent this photo on 17 September 2009.

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Chris Westerik from Geraldton, WA Australia age 17 sent this photo on 4 July 2009.

Description: I was bored and had a shoe box full of change.

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Hi my name is Jeremy Harvey and I live in Everett Washington. I came across your website showing coin stacking and a few pics of poker chip stacking and wanted to contribute if you'd let me. I have tried looking online in the past and couldn't find anything similar to what I like doing while playing poker until I saw your site. I've included a few of my pics of my structures for you to see and if you want to add them to your website I would love to share them and more. Please let me know if you want more pics of different designs and structures. Thank you for any consideration.

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Note: All stacks of coins were done without any glue. Only the weight of the coins provides the support. Enjoy the pictures. Coin Stacking is a fun hobby for kids, college students and adults.

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