Coin Stacks from Around the World
Chris Meyer of St. Gallen, Switzerland
(Chris has the distinction of being the first coin stacker to have his picture appear with his creation)
Serdar Domurcuk from Vienna, Turkey sent this photo on 29 June 2009.
Description: a tower stacked on thirty 20 eurocent coins. the coins have a total worth of ~ 50 Euro
Salim D from Vienna, Austria sent this photo on 17 June 2009.
Description: I'd call my work ''the reminder of remnant pillars of the ancient empires'' or just "Stacking pennies instead of studying for exams!" as a fellow pennystacker wrote :)
pm: it is really astonishing to find out that there are so many people who stack coins :D.. as for a few minutes ago I was the only one I know who did this. I was running out of ideas and had to look up on the internet whether there are some guys who have this very interest as mine.. and here I am!!
I stacked coins many years ago and didn't start again until recently. It is exam time and this is just the right occupation to stall time :)
Stacking coins is a worthy hobby it challenges you creativity and your dexterity.
Preston H from Florence, MS USA sent this photo on 12 May 2009.
Benjamin Carlyle from Brisbane, Queensland Australia sent this photo on 26 April 2009.
Description: A one-span and a two-span bridge in Disney Princess Flip 'n' Match Memory Game tiles, with Miss 3 as model. The one-span bridge consists of two five-high pillars topped with three tranches of coins. The space in-between is filled with four tranches. The two-span bridge consists of two three-high pillars topped with three tranches of coins. The space in-between has three tranches. The first bridge had structural integrity sufficient to press down firmly. The second was unable to support the weight of an Australian 10c piece.
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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.