Collection: Retail Challenge Coins

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  • The Forge U.S. Army Challenge Coin
    Army Graduation Gifts
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  • Parris Island 1st Battalion Challenge Coin
    1st Battalion Challenge Coin
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  • Marine Corps Spartan Challenge Coin
    Marine Corps Spartan Challenge Coin
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  • Marine Corps Crucible Challenge Coin
    USMC Crucible coin, Marine Corps boot camp crucible candle
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  • Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island Challenge Coin
    Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island Challenge Coin
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  • Iwo Jima Challenge Coin with Sands of Iwo Jima
    Iwo Jima Proof Challenge Coin with Sand
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  • USMC 3D EGA Car Medallion – 3 Inches – Marine Corps Auto Emblem
    USMC car medallions EGA metal for car morotcycle
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  • US Space Force Medallion – 2.25 Inches – USSF Seal Emblem
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Custom Marine Corps Unit Challenge Coins

One of the time-honored traditions of the United States Marine Corps is the celebrated Challenge Coin. And yet its origins are shrouded in mystery. Many believe challenge coins were conceived in World War I when a lieutenant of the newly-formed US Air Corps commissioned brass coins to be issued to his unit. The story goes that one corpsman was gunned down over Germany and taken prisoner. After all possessions but his coin were confiscated, he managed to escape and prove himself as an ally to French by presenting the coin of his unit.

Others believe the practice of awarding challenge coins began in World War II. But if we want to get technical, this military tradition probably goes back much further. We know that in Ancient Rome, soldiers were awarded coins to commemorate their bravery and accomplishments.

Whatever the history of challenge coins might be, this practice holds very special meaning for Marines. Today, USMC challenge coins recognize achievement, instill pride, and remind Marines of their rich history and sacrifice. And we here at Military Veteran Products are proudly doing our part to keep this tradition alive.

Every one of our Marine Corps Challenge Coins is designed by USMC veterans. And you know what that means – you are going to get that unrivaled Marine Corps quality and attention to detail. Marines helping Marines.

Plus, when you order your custom challenge coin from Military Veteran Products, you are free to call us and discuss every detail of its production, from initial design to delivery.

But that is only part of what makes our challenge coins the best.

Over the years, we have shipped expertly crafted challenge coins to USMC units around the globe. As veterans, our goal is to build long-term relationships will our Marine Corps customers. And with so many of you coming back for more, we know that our challenge coins are the highest quality available anywhere.

How could we forget about the rest of the Armed Forces? Here at Military Veteran Products we carry a range of different Challenge Coins, Medallions for the Army, Navy and Air Force as well. 

Contact us or give us a call at (844) SEMPER-FI to get started today with your own custom challenge coin design.