Challenge Coin Display Holders
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What is a Challenge Coin Display?
Military challenge coins recognize the outstanding service of our nation's veterans and active duty members. They are also used as rewards from unit leaders to boost morale and congratulate military personnel for a job well done. Featuring the official insignias of each U.S. branch—like Navy challenge coins, Air Force challenge coins, or Army challenge coins—these hard-earned military coins should be displayed with honor in the recipient's home or office. Our beautifully crafted military coin holder is made with solid walnut American hardwood and available with either four handcarved rows (to display up to 28 army coins, for example) or six distinct rows to fit up to 48 USMC challenge coins. Best of all, you can personalize this unique gift with the recipient's name, military branch, and their service dates on the included gold nameplate, which we will engrave for free. A customized coin collection holder makes the perfect military retirement gift!
Coin Display Case & Rack Ideas
However, this versatile USA-made product isn't just for Air Force challenge coins, Navy coins, and the like. Think about the first responders in your life who are receiving commendations for their hard work on the frontlines. An arrangement of their police challenge coins, EMS challenge coins, or firefighter challenge coins on their desk is a daily reminder and confidence booster of why they chose their profession in the first place. No need to be limited by your challenge coin design ideas! If you have loved ones who collect medallions based on their personal interests, professional affiliations, or as vacation souvenirs, they can mix and match an Armor of God coin, a Disney challenge coin, a presidential challenge coin, a space force coin, Harley Davidson challenge coin, and so on. If you don't have a large collection to display, we do offer a challenge coin display case featuring an opening for a document, photo, and three medallion or military coin display bevel-cut openings.