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LIMITED EDITION ANIMAL COINS

ACE COINAGE "Acknowledges Creatures of the Earth" through limited edition, custom-made collectible coins. Our goal is to produce works of art that you will keep forever, while raising awareness about some of our planet's most fascinating creatures.


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Click www.acecoinage.com to read stories behind these amazing animals, providing details of its lifestyle, conservation status, and place in the natural world. Also, see more pictures and our original ACE paintings and more...


Cougar Collectible Coin Great White Shark Collectible Coin Ring-tailed Lemur Collectible Coin European Mantis Collectible Coin
2010 Cougar Limited Edition Coin
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2010 Great White Shark Limited Edition Coin
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2010 Ring-tailed Lemur Limited Edition Coin
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2010 European Mantis Limited Edition Coin
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A Cougar emerges from its hiding place amidst bull-rushes and ambushes a group of blue-winged teals.
A Great White Shark begins a stealth attack on a juvenile northern elephant seal in the waters of the Continental Shelf adjacent to the Farallon Islands, west of San Francisco. Bull-kelp plants are shown on the sea bed.
An adult Ring-Tailed Lemur is shown up in the branches of a spiny Alluaudia tree in the spiny desert forests of southern Madagascar. The Lemur will feed both upon the flowers and young leaves of this plant. Ninety-five percent of the plants in the spiny forest are endemic, like the Lemur itself, meaning they are found only in Madagascar.
An adult female Mantis is depicted upon a leaf in summertime. Although Mantis religiosa is native to Eurasia, the species was introduced into North America nearly 100 years ago to control other insects considered to be garden pests.
Javan Rhino Collectible Coin Peregrine Falcon Collectible Coin Leatherback Sea Turtle Collectible Coin Kakapo Collectible Coin
2010 Javan Rhinoceros Limited Edition Coin
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2010 Peregrine Falcon Limited Edition Coin
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2010 Leatherback Sea Turtle Limited Edition Coin
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2010 Kakapo Limited Edition Coin
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An adult Javan Rhino is walking through Primary forest in the Ujung Kulon National Park refuge. Climbing Rattan palms with their hook-edged leaf tips are visible behind the individual, while the distinctly-shaped Fan palms in the Licuala family form a clump at the left side of the painting.
A Peregrine falcon is about to enter a stoop and hurl itself at high speed towards its chosen prey amidst flocks of Rock Doves flying some hundreds of feet below. The scene is in the central United States in early spring.
An adult Leatherback Turtle swimming near the surface amidst a group of jellyfish, many of which will soon be consumed.
An adult Kakapo is feeding on fruits of a plant in the Nightshade family called Solanum laciniatum. Our scene is at night but it depicts what a Kakapo might look like if detected by conservation officers with headlamps. Ground ferns cover some of the nearby ground.
Manta Ray Collectible Coin Komodo Dragon Collectible Coin Mandrill Collectible Coin Beluga Whale Collectible Coin
2010 Manta Ray Limited Edition Coin
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2010 Komodo Dragon Limited Edition Coin
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2010 Mandrill Limited Edition Coin
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2010 Beluga Whale Limited Edition Coin
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Manta Rays congregating to feed on plankton near a coral reef in the shallow waters of the Gulf Coast.
The Komodo Dragon is moving through the widespread savannah environment, which covers 75% of the land in Komodo National Park. These areas of the park are characterized by extensive grasslands and scattered clusters of two types of fan palms, the tall Buri or Gebang palm (Corypha utan) and the similar looking, but slightly smaller, Lontar palm (Borassus flabellifer).
A group of Mandrills, led by a very large and highly colored male are shown moving through he edge of clearing in the Lope Reserve in central Gabon. The females in the male's harem are considerably smaller in size and far less brightly colored. One is depicted with a juvenile ridding on her back.
A pod of Belugas are shown swimming near a vent hole in water where the St. Lawrence River empties into Bay of Gaspe. Beluga from this southernmost Canadian population are now isolated and have been severely diminished in numbers.