Question1: What is MOQ of your product.
Air Force coins usually feature the icon of a specific squadron. All you need to get started is a photograph of the aircraft you want to feature, and our artists can bring it to life. Do you need inspiration for your coin design? Check out our gallery for examples of our past work.
Army coins showcase the insignia or emblem of a squadron or unit of the U.S. Army. When did the tradition begin? The significance of army coins dates back to a legend from World War I. This created a strong tradition.
Navy members or Navy Seals can memorialize their vessel or unit with a unique custom-crafted coin. The small token can also feature mottos, emblems, or insignia. This helps remind you of your company, your service, and your Navy experience.
Our National Guard coins can be made with either color or epoxy finish. We have been developing their designs for decades. We take great pride in providing a high-quality service to those who have dedicated their lives to serving our country.
We have been making a design for the Coast Guard for nearly 30 years. Along with our knowledgeable and friendly team, we make sure we offer only the highest quality products.
When you want to recognize a member of the United States Marine Corps, a challenge coin is a great way to do it. Spread the Marine Corps’ message of pride and honor through a beautiful and well-crafted piece. It is sure to be treasured forever.
The History Of This Coin Style
How have challenge coins been used in history? These coins let members of different organizations have a special medallion that shows their affiliation. This special medallion should be kept with you at all times, so you can always prove that you are a member if needed. This tradition began in World War I after an American pilot was saved because he was wearing his squadron’s metal around his neck. The American soldier was captured by German soldiers and stripped of his formal identification. He was then moved to a small French town where he escaped from his German captors. Without his formal identification, he was still able to show his affiliation with the American troops because of the prized possession hanging around his neck.
If any members of the squadron or team are unable to produce their coin, therefore failing the “challenge,” they are responsible for buying a round of drinks for everyone appropriately carrying their medallions on their person. If the challenge is met, however, and everyone within the group is able to produce their metal symbol of honor, the challenger, or the person who initially bore his medallion, must buy a round of drinks for his counterparts. This is a fun way to honor the history of wearing organizational affiliation with pride. Your membership within a group, as demonstrated by carrying their coin, is woven into the fabric of your identity.
We can make any mould for your design!
Answer: There is no MOQ limited for our standard product.
Question2: Can your product pass EN71, REACH etc test?
Answer: Yes, it is, please contact with our sales team for more information.
Question3: How quick custom sample quickly?
Answer: It takes 3~7 days after artwork and order confirmed.
Question4: How fast can we get a price for custom item?
Answer: It takes 30 mins to 1 hour to make a quotation sheet for you.
Question6: How can I get a tracking number of my order that has been shipped?
Answer: When your order shipped, our sales will send email to inform it.