Coin Stacks from Canada
Vincenzo Saporito from Edmonton, Alberta Canada age 16 sent this photo on 8 January 2011.
Description: 501 Poker chips, giant bridge, 5 poker chips between each pillar
Vincenzo Saporito from , Alberta Canada age 16 sent this photo on 21 January 2011.
Description: 501 Chips, 12 mini bridges put together I call it "the connection"
Pierre Lanimal from Montreal, QC Canada sent this photo on 3 January 2011.
Description: Back in London when I was working long shifts at Heathrow Airport's tube station. It is made out of 1 pound coins. I wish I shot the bigger one I did as I had 2000 pound worth of 1 pound coins in there! 25th of July 2007
Vince Sap from Edmonton, Alberta Canada sent this photo on 29 December 2010.
Description: 501 Poker Chips, Triple Level Circle Tower
Eli Garlick from Coldstream, BC Canada age 11 sent this photo on 29 January 2010.
Description: three level bridge
Robert Pierrard from BC Canada sent this photo on 8 February 2009.
Description: 1410 cents and around 2 feet tall; I pulled 118 pennies from the bottom before it collapsed (what a mess!)
Philip from Alberta Canada sent this photo on 12 December 2008.
Description: Penny spiral created by rotating each triad slightly. The bridge base helps keep it a bit more stable since the big problem is keeping the tower straight.
Jordan Hunter, Canada April 27, 2005
Jamie Frost June 23, 2005 from Alberta Canada:
"I only stopped when I ran out of money :("
Jeff Preshing of Montreal, Canada
My first coin stack!
Smu Johnson only 2 1/2 years old from Vancouver, BC Canada
Bryce Coutts from Saskatoon, Canada with a double 4-chip span cantilever bridge.
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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.