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Winter Olympics 2010 Collectible Pins

Updated on September 21, 2012

The Winter Olympics of 2010 has come and gone. However, you can still look at the mascots and the collectible pins These pins are very interesting designs that reflect the spirit and history of the land. Whether you are actually at the games or want to show your support from afar, there is a collectible pin for nearly everyone. These pins are reasonably priced and very cleverly designed. read on to see which one would be the best to show your team Spirit in the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.

The 2010 Winter Olympic Stone Logo Collectible Pin was the most popular . This is an officially licensed Olympic product and would be great on any Olympic Hat or Olympic Coat. The Stone Log is the official Logo of the Winter Olympics in 2010. This stone figure is a representation of the Inuit Inuckshuk. The Inuckshuk is a stone marker that helped guide the Inuit. It has become a symbol of friendship cooperation and leadership. This particular Inuckshuk is named llanaaq, which means friend. This design was developed by Elana Rivera McGregor. Her design was picked out of 1,600 entries. So what do you say? Get in the spirit of things and buy a friend llanaaq today.

This is the Inuit Inukshuk that guided the Eskimos.
This is the Inuit Inukshuk that guided the Eskimos.
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The Vancouver 2010 Olympics Blue Maple leaf Official Vancouver 2010 Pin will come in a close second to being the most popular Olympic Pin. This leaf represents the Canada. In the middle of the Pin is our " friend" Iannaaq. He is in white. Below him in white are the words Vancouver 2010 and then the Olympic symbols. The white is pretty contrast to the teals that offset each other in the leaf. It is outlined in silver and weighs just over six ounces.  If you are interested in this pin then you need to act now. Amazon states that the quanties on this one is limited.

 This beautiful pin is similar to the one above.  It is in a leaf shape to represent Canada.  This leaf also has the Inuit Inukshuk in the center in white. The words Vancouver 2010 are underneath the Inukshuk with the Olympic symbols.  What makes the pin unique is the snowboarder on  the left side of the pin.  This pin is great for hats and coats. It is officially licensed with The Winter Olympics. The pin is 1.5 inches by 1.5 inches. The back of the pin is sliver with a push in clasp.

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Meet Quatchi! he is a young Sasquatch that comes from the heart of Canadian Woodlands. He loves winter sports and is happy to be one of the three mascots for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Along with his two other counterparts Quatchi was chosen in 2007. Please look at the link below to discover more about him!

There are several types of Quatchi pins. Quatchi loves winter sports so there are many of him participating in the winter games. In this pin Quatchi is welcoming you to Vancouver with a big smile and a blue pair of ear muffs. Underneath his arm is the Inuit Inukshuk and the 2010 Olympic rings. It is 1.5 inches by 1.5 inches. On the back of the pin is a blue maple leaf that secures the pin to clothing.

Meet Miga! Miga is a young sea bear who lives in the ocean just beyond Vancouver Island. Sea Bears are part Killer Whale and part bear. Miga is part white bear Kermode bear, a rare bear that only lives in British Columbia. Although the combination of the two animals do not sound very friendly, Miga is! Miga loves to sneak into Vancouver and play in the snow. Her favorite sport is Snowboarding. To read more about Miga and Sea bears please check out the link below!

Miga was one of three mascots chosen for the 2010 Winter Olympics. On this pin she greets you with a wink and a wave. This pin features the Winter Olympics Logo of the Innuit Inukshuk and the Olympic Rings with 2010. On the back is a blue leaf clasp that holds the pin to clothing.

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 Meet Sumi!  he is an animal spirit that hails form the mountains of Canada. The word Sumi means Guardian spirt.  Sumi does take the role in protecting the land and the animals. He is a big fan of the Paralympic games. Sumi has the wings of a Thunderbird, the legs of a black bear and is wearing a hat of the orca whale. To learn more about Sumi please check out the link below

Sumi is one of three mascots that were picked for the 2010 Winter Olympic games.  His pin greets you with a smile while his feathered wing points to the Vancouver sign. The pin also features  the Inuit Inukshuk and the Olympic rings.  On the back of the pin is a Blue maple leaf the keeps the clasp together.  This pin would be a great collectors item with the other two mascots, Miga  and Quatichi

 If you are i interested in having a pin with all three mascots, Miga, Quatchi and Sumi then here it is.  All three mascots are smiling and waving to greet you!   Included on the pin are also the Inuit Inukshuk and the the other Vancouver logo.  This pin is a little larger that n the other measuring 2 inches by 2 inches. It has two clasps on the back to ensure it will hang on straight.  If you are a collector of Olympic pins this is a must.

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 This pin is the  2010 Winter Olympics Historical Winter Games Logo Collectible Pin. This pin features the Winter Olympics Logo surrounded by flags around the world.  This very colorful pin measures 1.5 by 1.5 inches. it is officially licensed and has a clasp on the back to attach to clothing. This pin is sure to get you in the spirit of the Winter games.

This 2010 Aqua Leaf Skier Collectible pin commemorates the spirit of skiing. The leaf symbolizing Canada is in multi teal colors. In the center is the white Inuit Inukshuk with the Olympic rings. Above it is a skier in action.

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      screation 8 years ago

      Commemorate the 2010 Winter Olympics with this collectible pin, featuring Olympics mascots Sumi, Quatchi and Miga, along with both 2010 Olympics logos enameled in vibrant color.

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      Tina 8 years ago from Wv

      Sorry Mumuk.. the Amazon Affiliate did not have you listed! But I will encourage my readers to go to the Winter Olympic website and see you :)

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      Mukmuk 8 years ago

      How come you never added me to one of the photos?

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