Ugmonk Collectors Coins

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  1. Jeff Sheldon Jeff Sheldon

    I designed these coins as part of the new Ugmonk 5th Anniversary Set. Each coin is 1.75" solid metal with a antique copper finish and is individually numbered 1-200 on the opposite side. These look/feel even better in person.

    More photos here

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    8 months ago

  2. Baard Kolstad Baard Kolstad

    Always dreamt of having one of these cool applications for my works. They look fantastic.

    8 months ago

  3. James Viola James Viola

    I use your 3rd Anniversary coaster everyday.

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    8 months ago

  4. MENDESign MENDESign

    I loved it!

    8 months ago

  5. Dave Keller Dave Keller

    These are so good man!

    8 months ago

  6. Nuruzzaman Sheikh Nuruzzaman Sheikh

    So real!

    8 months ago

  7. Farzad Ban Farzad Ban

    You killed it with this Anniversary set!

    8 months ago

  8. Sean Gallagher Sean Gallagher

    Nice work!!

    8 months ago

  9. Cameron Moll Cameron Moll

    So lovely, Jeff.

    8 months ago

  10. Octavian Arnaut Octavian Arnaut

    Amazing work

    8 months ago

  11. Xalion Xalion

    @Nuruzzaman Sheikh They are real dude -_-

    8 months ago

  12. Barry Mccalvey Barry Mccalvey

    Whoa! Awesome!

    8 months ago

  13. Andrei Bacter Andrei Bacter

    The copper finish is great!

    8 months ago

  14. Colleen Colleen

    Just bought a set! Amazing work Jeff!

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    8 months ago

  15. Jeff Sheldon Jeff Sheldon

    @Colleen Thanks Colleen!

    8 months ago

  16. Nick Comito Nick Comito

    How big/small are these snazzy coins?

    8 months ago

  17. Jeff Sheldon Jeff Sheldon

    @Nick Comito 1.75" diameter. They are pretty sweet in-hand.

    8 months ago

  18. Nick Comito Nick Comito

    Nice, they look like it. Maybe these will start to make a dent in the metals market. Snag one now before their value skyrockets! Great job.

    8 months ago

  19. Frankelly Valdez Frankelly Valdez

    The whole set looks awesome!

    6 months ago

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