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Frequently Asked Questions about Custom Challenge Coins

The police challenge coins are an important part of police history and tradition, as well as a sign of mutual respect among police officers. The police challenge coin honors fallen members of law enforcement, recognizes current members for their contributions to the unit, and promotes camaraderie among the organization's members. We have a special article about police challenge coins.You can also order other military coins online.

Canada is a great nation with ten provinces and three territories. Each province has its own unique culture, history, and landscape. The people of Canada are proud of their country and enjoy celebrating its diversity. There are various events throughout the year that bring Canadians together to commemorate their shared values and customs.

Custom Canadian Coins made for corporate, community and private occasions often reflect the spirit of this nation and its people.

Traditional challenge coins are circular and have custom artwork of a team's logo, slogans, important locations, and dates of major events.

2D challenge coins have two levels of metal: the raised and recessed parts (struck and non-struck). Traditional 2D challenge coins provide plenty of space for intricate design, while a 3D Challenge Coin allows for more realistic detail. 3D coins can be used to create smooth gradations between the raised and recessed areas on 3D challenge coins because they have an infinite number of levels.

3D challenge coins are a recent development in the challenge coin industry. They add an extra level of interest and complexity to traditional 2D designs. While some people are initially hesitant to try 3D coins, they quickly become fans of their unique look and feel.

While you can get custom-made coins as cheap as $3 per coin or another lowest price possible, there are rare custom coins that people pay tens of thousands of dollars per piece. They are made by Roman Booteen a Russia-based DaVinci of our times. Hobo nickel creations by Roman have both the topic and level of intricacy that regularly shock the coin collecting community. His finest quality challenge coins include pop culture figures, and he often plays with exaggerating and softening the facial features of his characters giving them a real sense of personality.

Some popular designs that can be engraved on custom challenge coins include:

team logosunit insigniascoat of armsmottos slogansimportant locationssignificant dates of major eventswedding couple facesgraduation year

We can also engrave custom text on your coins. If you have an idea for a design that isn't listed here, please let us know and we can work with you to create a unique coin that perfectly represents your organization or event.

A custom challenge coin is also known as a commemorative coin or military coin. As mentioned above the whole challenge coin tradition started in the military. Many military units these days have their own custom military challenge coins. These military coins salute the tireless determination and exceptional bravery of all those who serve in their nation's military with pride

However, challenge coins are not exclusive to the military. Many police departments, firefighters, and many other organizations have their challenge coin traditions as well.

Сhallenge coins are often exchanged between members of the military, police officers, and firefighters. However, challenge coins can be given to anyone for any reason. Some people carry challenge coins as a good luck charm or as a way to show their patriotism. Other challenge coins are made as decision-making coins. So if you're stuck taking the decision you can flip the coin to help make your choice.

Personalized coins make great souvenirs and can be treasured by the recipient for years to come.

Absolutely. There are many occasions when civilians can be awarded a challenge coin. Some civilians may receive challenge coins from law enforcement organizations for displaying extraordinary courage or heroism. Other civilians may be presented with commemorative coins as some kind of award.

There are also many other occasions when challenge coins can be presented to civilians. For example, the Governor General of Canada awards Academic medals to students to encourage academic excellence across the nation. These medals have evolved into the most prestigious award that students in Canadian schools can receive.