May 29, 2011, I have decided on redesigning the achievements badges. During June, every badge had been redesigned.
Note that: This is not a place to discuss suggestions for badges. For that, go to the administration forum.
Blog Post track
Commemorative Russian coin
Something to Say
Wiki Love track
Welcome to the Wiki
Hungarian commemorative note
Stopping By to Say Hi
Macedonian sun symbol from the reverse of a coin from Samarian currency.
Canadian million dollar coin
↑ This is a pun on the term,
↑ This is an amalgamation of
five-and-dime and nickel.
a dime's worth ↑
4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 No clever ideas behind this name.
↑ The dollar coin displayed is the highest that is circulated in the United States. I added the term
top dollar for the badge for that reason.
↑ A definition of the word, stellar is wonderful. It is a play on what is displayed on the badge.
↑ William Wyon was the Chief Engraver of the
Royal Mint from 1828 to 1851.
↑ Eva Adams was the
Director of the United States Mint from 1961 to 1969.
↑ The coin displayed showed an image of a coin inside a coin. See
Swiss 100 franc coin.
↑ On the coin, it says, "We Are One", which refers to linking people together, similar to the aspects of categories on Wikia.
↑ Sorting pages via category may be similar to sorting through currency.
↑ A play on
Chinese cash and collector.
↑ A coin prototype is a guide for the following coins.
↑ Establishing a trade partnership "connects" two nations.
↑ When you gain more recognition, you become more connected.
Monetary Union is the highest connection a nation can get to a multinational connected currency.
↑ The coin displays a Russian commemorative coin with a pen. Something that is signature indicative of identity, and a blog post can express your opinions and feelings toward something, which is unique to you.
↑ A place on three cents.
↑ Play on
↑ Ironically, this badge is of platinum level.
↑ The name explains it all.
↑ This is a play on the
Latin term, dicat ave, meaning "Hail to say".
↑ A minter is one who creates coins.
↑ When something is "at large", it is on the loose. To help depict this, I displayed the largest coin ever minted.
↑ The banknote displayed is of high value.
↑ This badge is received for every 1000th edit. Yes,
thousandaire is a real word.