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Title:
ADVANTAGE 360
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2018/178959
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
This present invention relates to a new world wide currency 360 coins encapsulated in plastic no 12 to protect from wear and environmental damage, from everyday usage. Before and during the coating process (plastic) an extensive range of security features are incorporated no 5 is a tamper proof (self destructible) hologram patch incorporating the worlds currency symbols the originating country currency symbol will be larger than the other symbols.

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Inventors:
LARSEN, Diane (The Dene, Hedworth Lane, Jarrow Tyne and Wear NE32 4EL, NE32 4EL, GB)
Application Number:
IB2018/052286
Publication Date:
October 04, 2018
Filing Date:
April 03, 2018
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
LARSEN, Diane (The Dene, Hedworth Lane, Jarrow Tyne and Wear NE32 4EL, NE32 4EL, GB)
International Classes:
A44C21/00
Domestic Patent References:
WO2003066182A22003-08-14
Foreign References:
DE202011003358U12011-06-01
EP3133534A12017-02-22
Other References:
None
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Claims:
CLAIMS

1. A precious metal coin encapsulated in plastic, the amount of precious metal and fineness in the coin determining the value of the coin.

2. A precious metal coin in claim 1 in which the precious metal is Gold.

3. A precious metal coin in claim 1 in which the precious metal is Silver.

4. A precious metal coin in claim 1 in which the precious metal is Platinum.

5. A precious metal coin in claim 1 in which the precious metal is Palladium.

6. A precious metal coin as claimed in any proceeding claim the substrate comprises of plastic.

7. A precious metal coin as claimed in any proceeding claim in which the precious metal is encapsulated in plastic.

8. A precious metal coin as in claim 7 incorporating a self destructible hologram patch on both sides.

9. A precious metal coin as in claim 7 incorporating a hologram strip alternating holographic images.

10. A precious metal coin as in claim 7 incorporating a kinegram foil patch.

11. A precious metal coin as in claim 7 incorporating a optical variable device 3D moving

image.

12. A precious metal coin as in claim 7 incorporating fiorescent ink.

13. A precious metal coin as in claim 7 having 4 latent images available NE, NW, SE, SW of the coins which will give scope for 8 images.

14. A precious metal coin as in claim 7 forensic coded liquid is applied an invisible feature.

15. A precious metal coin as in claim 7 with colour effect rolling around the perimeter using a different colour for each precious metal and the fineness, the coloured border changes when tilted.

16. A precious metal coin as in claim 1 embossed with weight and fineness.

17. A precious metal coin as in claim 12 incorporating sequential and asymmetrical serial

numbers including date of manufacture and chemical symbol.

18. A precious metal coin as in claim 1 encapsulated in clear plastic.

19. A precious metal coin as in claim 1 incorporating different shapes to differentiate the

fineness of precious metal.

20. A precious metal coin as in claim 16 weights can also increase in increments of 0.25g > 500g.

AMENDED CLAIMS

received by the International Bureau on 02 September 2018 (02.09.2018)

1. A precious metal coin encapsulated in plastic, the amount of precious metal and fineness in the coin determining the value of the coin.

2. A precious metal coin in claim I in which the precious metal is gold 999 fineness of a

circular shape.

3. A precious metal coin in claim ί in which the precious metal is gold 916 fineness of a

decagon shape.

4. A precious metal coin in claim I in which the precious metal is gold 750 fineness of a

nonagon shape.

5, A precious metal coin in claim 1 in which the precious metal is gold 585 fineness of a

octogon shape.

6. A precious metal coin in claim [ in which the precious metal is gold 375 fineness of a oval shape.

7. A precious metal coin in claim I in which the precious metal is silver 999 fineness of a square shape.

8. A precious metal coin in claim ί in which the precious metal is silver 925 fineness of a rectangle shape.

9. A precious metal coin in claim 1 in which the precious metal is silver 800 fineness of a parraUeogram shape.

10. A precious metal coin in claim [ in which the precious metal is platinum 999 fineness of a heptagon shape.

11. A precious metal coin in claim Lin which the precious metal is platinum 950 fineness of a hexagon shape.

12. A precious metal coin in claim L in which the precious metal is platinum 900 fineness of a pentagon shape.

13. A precious metal coin in claim lin which the precious metal is platinum 850 fineness of a trapezium shape.

14. A precious metal coin in claim 1 in which the precious metal is palladium 999 fineness of a rhombus shape.

15. A precious metal coin in claim L in which the precious metal is palladium 950 fineness of a triangle shape.

16. A precious metal coin in claim I in which the precious metal is palladium 500 fineness of a diamond shape.

17. A precious metal coin as claimed in any proceeding claim the substrate comprises of plastic. 8. A precious metal coin as claimed in any proceeding in which the precious metal is

encapsulated in plastic.

19. A precious metal coin as in claim 18 incorporating a self destrutible hologram patch on both sides.

20. A precious metal coin as in claim 18 incorporating a hologram strip alternating holographic images.

21. A precious metal coin as in claim 18 incorporating a kinegram foil patch.

22. A precious metal coin as in claim 18 incorporating a optitcal variable device 3D moving image

23. A precious metal coin as in claim 18 incorporating florescent ink. .

24. A precious metal coin as in claim 18 having 4 latent images available NE, NW, SE, SW of the coins which will give scope for 8 images. To be used by each individual country as there own.

25. A precious metal coin as in claim 18 with colour effect rolling around the perimeter using a different colour for each precious metal and the fineness, the colour border changes when tilted.

26. A precious metal coin as in claim 1 embossed with weight in grams and fineness.

27. A precious metal coin as in claim 23 incorporating sequential and asymmetrical serial numbers including year of manufacture and chemical symbol.

28. A precious metal coin as in claim 1 encapsulated in clear plastic.

29. A precious metal coin as in claim 26 weights can also increase in increments of 0.25g > 2000g

30. A precious metal coin as in claim 1 forensic coded liquid is applied an invisible feature.

Description:
ADVANTAGES 360

To be included into this application.

This invention is so versatile the coins can be made into any shape ranging from circular, triangle, bar, square, hexagon oval etc.

These 360 coins to be made with Silver, Gold, Platinum also Palladium. From countries reserves.

Weights could increase in increments of 0.25g eg 1.25g 1.5g and 1.75g.

Two 360 coins could be encapsulated together to increase value side by side, as in Fig 5 A

ALL 360 COINS MADE MUST INCLUDE SECURITY FEATURES TO AVOID

UNAUTHORISED COPYING

additional security features can be added eg nanotechnology as at present there is uncertainty of health risk at the moment. But once nanotechnology is proved to be safe it could be added at a later stage. For security reasons. Future security measures can be added to help combat counterfeiting.

4 positions NE, SE. NW, SW of latent images to be used by individual countries for their portraits, commemorative feature, key event, this gives each individual country 8 images that can be used.

USA will probably use e.g. the Illuminati pyramid and eye with the bald eagle in another position and a portrait. Also something commemorative to complete.

Egypt will probably use e.g. hieroglyphics, portrait, and commemorative feature

this is a key advantage as it can be changed by their country to incorporate certain events and features but will include the basics of weight in grams purity of precious metal, chemical symbol, serial numbers, date and all the security features.

It may be necessary to keep some security features confidential e.g. forensic coded liquid. As this will be used on e.g rivers, lakes, reservoirs, springs, or even natural whirlpools. To be placed on the front of the coin on the map for each individual country.

Another possible advantage would be using the longitude and latitude coordinates on the globe with reference to the production of the 360 coins.

Another advantage would be to use different shapes to differentiate the fineness of the precious metals e.g.

Gold 999 fineness Circle shape

Gold 916 fineness Decagon shape

Gold 750 fineness Nonagon shape

Gold 585 fineness Octogon shape

Gold 375 fineness Oval shape

Silver 999 fineness Square shape

Silver 925 fineness Rectangle shape

Silver 800 fineness Parallelogram shape

Platinum 999 fineness Heptagon shape

Platinum 950 fineness Hexagon shape

Platinum 900 fineness Pentagon shape

Platinum 850 fineness Trapezium shape

Palladium 999 fineness Rhombus shape

Palladium 950 fineness Triangle shape

palladium 500 fineness Diamond shape Statement of invention

This invention relates to Silver, Gold, Platinum, Palladium coins encapsulated in plastic with a combination of security features.

I believe that this invention I wish to patent could be of great benefit and offer stability and reassurance to all countries across the world. Its environmentally friendly as 360 currency coins will be using far less material compared to any currency that's in circulation now.

I believe this invention will grow globally. I plan to go WIPO in the very near future with this invention, this will become worldwide and all countries participating as it offers stability and reassurance across the globe. Stabilising the economy, maintain value, increase purchasing power.

All countries participating will use their own gold, silver, platinum, palladium, reserve, the map of their country and the globe on the reverse weight and fineness for the value using the tamper proof hologram on either side including security features and serial numbers.

These 360 currency coins can be used alongside any currency now to create gentle easement with the monetary system.

360 coins are versatile can be moulded to any shape circular, bar, square, triangle etc. the use of silver, gold, platinum even palladium. Different weights in grams, sizes and fineness.

I believe people are wanting stability throughout the world especially in this uncertain financial climate.

Stabilising the economy.

These 360 currency coins are valuable and retain the value for many years to come.

Maintain soundness of the economy, balance global imbalance and address exchange rate fluctuation. Boost global demand and is growth friendly.

Confidence in these coins no uncertainty associated with future monetary value.

Stops currency manipulation, no currency war, no devaluation, sustainable world wide currency.

These coins would operate freely around the world.

Present value and expectation value framework no various inconsistencies.

Maintain competitive advantages.

These 360 currency coins will be useful for trading with any country.

Will become top currency for trade.

I believe these coins are needed now, as there is so much uncertainty within the global economy. These 360 coins will be made from:-

Gold using fineness of 375 585 750 916 999 and chemical symbol Au

Silver using fineness of 800 925 999 and chemical symbol Ag

Platinum using fineness of 850 900 950 999 and chemical symbol Pt

Palladium using fineness of 500 950999 and chemical symbol Pd

360 coins weight increasing increments of 1 gram e.g. 1 gram 2 grams 3 grams > 500 grams.

All 360 coins will have a raised map of the originating country e.g. U.K. U.S.A. China, Russia, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Sweden, Norway etc every county of the world, and stamped on the reverse with the globe also stating the weight in grams the fineness of the precious metal incorporating the chemical symbol also using a self destructive hologram patch on both sides. These 360 coins are to be laminated in plastic to protect the precious metal from wear also prevent damage and exposure to the elements (preserved durability) to pass the durability standards set out by central banks from around the world. 1 Slightly raised print that can be felt by running fingers across portraits and numbers also weight and clarity of Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, essential for the visually impaired, and authenticity of the 360 coin

2 Clearly defined patterns thicker and thinner lines to show some rivers, lakes and reservoirs

3 Micro-printing defined text in multiple locations U.K.e.g. London, Edinburgh. Cardiff, Belfast etc. For other countries it will incorporate their own locations U.S.A. e.g. Washington, New York, California, Florida etc. Russia e.g. Moscow, Saint Petersburg, The Golden ring etc. China e.g. Beijing, The great wall of china, Yunnan, Shanghai, etc.

4 Florescent ink sequential and asymmetrical serial numbers and year of print glow under U V light to view features incorporating 360 followed by the serial numbers then fineness and chemical symbol also the weight in grams

5 Hologram stickers (self destructible when removed on both sides) Incorporating the worlds currency symbols in the centre of this hologram will be the country's currency symbol larger than the rest of the world currency symbols.

6 O V D optical variable device 3d moving image for high security (combination of images) appear raised reversing numbers E.G, weight in grams fineness of Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium and portrait.

7 Country of origin (Map) a raised map of the country e.g. U.K. U.S.A. Russia, Canada, China, every county world wide.

8 Gold, Silver, Platinum, or Palladium Coins embossed with weight and clarity for visual impaired

9 U V feature/symbol e.g. the weight of the 360 coin

10 Colour effect rolling around the perimeter using a different colour for each precious metal and the fineness, the coloured border changes when tilted.

11 Image embossed with design and date (year)

12 Plastic coating (encapsulated) to protect the coin from wear and environmental damage.

13 Hologram strip alternating holographic images portraits

14 Forensic coded liquid eg(Smart water) placed on rivers, lakes and reservoirs. An invisible feature that glows under U. V. Light (florescent)

15 Intaglo print on weights and clarity in raised ink for the visual impaired.

16 Laser mark micro-engraving unique anti-counterfeiting micro lettering offset micro-print for some places of interest e.g. York, Durham, Devon and the Lake Distict.

17 Foil patch kinegram containing weight and purity from bright to dark

18 Foil patch containing Castles and famous buildings

19 Latent image of weight and fineness of the Gold, Silver, Platinum or Palladium.

20 The Globe on the reverse of the 360 coin to show world wide acceptance. Incorporating the coordinates of where the 360 coin originated from in micro-engraving.

21 4 positions NE,NW,SE,SW of the 360 coin around the globe shall be available for each individual country to use as their own using latent images for e.g. portraits, currency symbols, famous places, and something commemorative in effect this will give scope for 8 images for each individual country to use as their own but the 360 coins must incorporate all the security features.

See diagrams Fig 1 and 2 1 Slightly raised print that can be felt by running fingers across the numbers also weight and fineness (purity) of Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, essential for the visually impaired, and authenticity of the 360 coin

2 Clearly defined patterns thicker and thinner lines to show some rivers, lakes and reservoirs of each individual country.

3 Micro-printing defined text in multiple locations e.g. London, Edinburgh. Cardiff, Belfast etc. each individual country will use their own locations.

4 Florescent ink sequential serial numbers and year of print glow under U V light to view features, incorporating 360 followed by the serial numbers then fineness and chemical symbol also the weight in grams

5 Hologram patch (self destructible when removed on both sides) Incorporating the currency symbols, in the centre of this hologram will be the country's currency symbol larger than the rest.

6 O V D optical variable device 3d moving image for high security (combination of images) appear raised reversing numbers E.G, weight in grams fineness of Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium and or portrait.

7 Country of origin (Map) a raised map of the country e.g. U.K. U.S.A. Russia, Canada, China, every county world wide.

8 Precious Metal embossed with weight and fineness for the visual impaired

9 U V feature/symbol e.g. the weight of the 360 coin

10 Colour effect rolling around the border changes when tilted.

11 plastic embossed with title, serial numbers, weight, fineness and date (year) of production for visual impaired.

12 Plastic coating (encapsulated) to protect the coin from environmental damage and wear

13 Hologram strip alternating holographic images portraits

14 Smart water placed on rivers, lakes and reservoirs. An invisible feature that glows under U. V. Light (florescent)

15 Intaglo print on weights and fineness raised ink

16 Laser mark micro-engraving unique anti-counterfeiting micro lettering offset micro-print for some places of interest e.g. York, Durham, Devon and the Lake District. And individual countries will use their own locations.

17 Foil patch kinegram containing weight and purity from bright to dark

18 Foil patch kinegram Castles and famous buildings for each individual country using their heritage

19 Latent images 4 positions for each individual country to use as their own to make that 360 coin special to that country allowing 8 images.

20 The Globe on the reverse of the 360 coin to show world wide acceptance. Incorporating the coordinates of where the 360 coins originated from in micro-engraving.

21 4 positions NE,NW, SE, SW, of the 360 coin around the globe shall be available for each individual country to use as their own using latent images for e.g. portraits, currency symbols, famous places, and something commemorative in effect this will give scope for 8 images for each individual country to use as their own but the 360 coins must incorporate all the security features.

This invention will now describe solely by way of example not to scale with a reference to the accompany drawings in which FIG 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. AND 5A

360 coins with raised map the country of origin and on the reverse the globe map FIG 2 raised map of the U.K. No 7

FIGl is the reverse of the coin 20 globe 21 latent images 5 hologram 6 ovd 17 foil patch 1 weight in grams.

FIG 3 tamper proof hologram on both sides, incorporating the worlds currency symbols.

FIG 4 advantages of a trapezium shape coin incorporating the same security features FIG 5 advantages of different shapes that could be used 5 A is a double coin encapsulated in plastic example but to incorporate all security features.