Challenge coins for the United States Coast Guard. These Coast Guard challenge coins feature the most exciting art and designs for the USCG. The You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin is created with the pride of the US Coast Guard from the artwork to the manufacturing process advancing with a vibrant military challenge coin.
Above all things is our desire to provide nothing but the best in original USCG artwork and design for a single Seaman to an entire USCG cutter. Our US Coast Guard challenge coins know no equal in design or quality and with each coin comes a unique approach to our coasties, the United States Coast Guard and US Coast Guard Auxiliary.
The You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin coin was produced using a variety of antique metal looks and hand painted enamel from the USCG Auxiliary designs to our Popeye coastie coins, Semper Paratus Coast Guard coins, Ask The Chief coin art to our highly decorative and detailed US veteran coins that honor your time and service producing an amazing US Coast Guard challenge coin. At 4mm in thickness this USCG coin drives home the level of detail a coin must possess. That is why these USCG coins are so highly sought after. Clean lines, sophisticated and detailed USCG art, razor sharp quality and a leader in military artwork blends together forming the finest in Air Force coins in the industry.
The You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin From Vision Strike Coins
- USA designed and produced military challenge coins
- Military Veteran owned small business
- Unique Coast Guard challenge coins
- Seasoned US veteran artists
- Licensed by the military trademark and licensing departments
Whether it’s a coin for a Seaman, Chief Petty Officer or Ensign the decision to buy a Coast Guard coin rests with pride in design, pride in your rank, your accomplishments in the United States Coast Guard and display of your USCG pride. Every USCG collectible coin has a purpose and every USAF rank coin we design supports it.
The two toned 3D artwork we offer depicts your coin with the energy of original art and detail unlike any other. Each Coast Guard challenge coin we offer similar to the You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin was designed with USCG pride.
Challenge Coin Designer To The United States Coast Guard
Many United States Coast Guard commands from around the US, Newport, OR, Astoria, OR, from District 1 to District 14 in Miami, USCGC James (WMSL-754) and several other USCG cutters from a black hull to a red hull to the icebreakers and buoy tenders. We have done hundreds of coin designs with the kind of USCG artwork that USCG and Auxiliary want.
Nothing strikes harder than the perfect USCG coin such as the You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin. From our beginnings as a small USA Veteran owned company to one of the leading United States Coast Guard challenge coin designers we are honored to have worked and served so many that appreciate the difference we offer at Vision Strike Coins.
Veteran Small Business
As a US Veteran small business we are honored to work with you. With over 31 years of military design experience we have taken a different approach to the style, look and overall detail of each of our challenge coins. We understand the US Coast Guard and design with a complete focus geared towards the unit, command, squadron or deployment we complete these exciting challenge coins for.
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America and her military deserve only the best! As a military veteran business we believe the same thing and its this approach to challenge coins that has taken Vision Strike Coins from being a very small business to a recognized leader in offering unique military challenge coins like this You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin.
From the art to the construction of each coin, the 3d effects, the dual metal applications like silver and gold antiquing, special shapes, serialization, hand painted enamels providing a rich and vibrant challenge coin look are the hallmarks of a unique military challenge coin we design.
Every challenge coin design we offer like the You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin is uniquely designed with a focus on the US military both past and present and its history and traditions spanning generations. These are challenge coins that will keep your career and accomplishments preserved for generations to come. Challenge coins are created to preserve memories. Every challenge coin tells a story and serves to pass from generation to generation the highlights of honor, commitment and tradition found within the US Coast Guard.
Designing State-Of-The-Art Military Challenge Coins
Becoming a leader in state-of-the-art challenge coins means having the experience and creativity and drive to perform at a level others seldom attain. Just like the USCG and Auxiliary and some of its challenges protecting our coastlines, rescuing a boat and its crew or performing humanitarian work, every leader must meet the challenges and demands it encounters. US Coast Guard coins are no different. How does the special coin shape make sense? Should we go 2d or 3d with the design and do we want full color or a more subdued tactical look. The You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin has the best because it is 3d on both sides, contains dual metal highlights and accents, cut to a depth of 4mm which makes it loud enough to be heard 3 blocks away when you slam it down on the bar!
Whether you’re designing a coin for the U.S. Coast Guard and its Auxiliary or even a small order of coins for a deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan the road to the perfect coin is the same. Consistent, exceptional art, originality and the drive to make the coin at the highest levels.
A You Have To Go Out Coast Guard Magnum Challenge Coin is the perfect combination of art and USCG history and traditions. Get a challenge coin that tells the stories and displays your interests in the United States Coast Guard.
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