Knights Templar Gold Coin Geocoin Crusade Cross Masonic

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You are bidding on an Antique Gold finish Knights Templar coin. The templar geocoin is my personal favourite.

The coin is not gold, its colour is.

This brand new unactivated geocoin is trackable with its own icon at

The coin comes in its protector sleeve. It is well packed and posted in a padded envelope.

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Diameter: 44mm (1.75 inches)

Thickness: 3mm

Both sides of the coin are in 3D


The front of the coin has the cross shield of the crusaders.

On the top half, it is engraved in latin: " Non nobis domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuoda gloriam ", which means " Not unto us, not unto us O Lord, but unto thy name, give the glory"

On the bottom half it is engraved in latin: " Pauperes commilitones Christi Templique Solomonici hierosalemitanis", which means " The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon"


The back of the coin has the Geoffroy de Vichier version of traditional seal of the knights templar with two knights riding a single mount (Hugues de Payens & Godfrey de Saint - Omer)

It has the latin engraving " Sigillum Militum Xpisti " which stands for "Seal of the army of Christ"