Army Ranger Challenge Coins

When it comes to Army Ranger Challenge Coins, the true elite are the members of the 75th Ranger Regiment, often hailed simply as the ‘Rangers.’

The creation of this exceptional coin, tailored exclusively for Rangers as a tribute to their unwavering service in conflicts like Operation Enduring Freedom and the Iraqi Wars I through IV, is a privilege extended to only a select few. To acquire one of these prestigious tokens, you’ll need to connect with a skilled Coin Maker who specializes in crafting such remarkable mementos.

Army Ranger Challenge Coins Gallery

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Army Ranger Challenge Coins Pricing

5 25 50 100 150 200 250 300 Mold Fee
1.5" $15.5 $9.18 $5.56 $3.48 $3.43 $3.21 $3.17 $2.94 $90
1.75" $15.5 $10.13 $6.10 $3.95 $3.90 $3.77 $3.73 $3.39 $115
2" $16.5 $10.58 $6.38 $4.31 $4.26 $4.13 $4.09 $3.85 $140
2.25" $16.5 $12.08 $7.25 $4.87 $4.80 $4.71 $4.66 $4.34 $165
2.5" $17.5 $14.81 $8.86 $5.66 $5.62 $5.46 $5.41 $5.17 $190

Custom Challenge Coin Plating Options

Custom coin plating is a process of applying a layer of metal coating onto a coin or medal to enhance its appearance, durability, and value. This technique involves electroplating a thin layer of gold, silver, copper, or other precious metals onto the surface of the coin to create a unique design and color. 

Gold-Plating
Shiny Gold
Silver-Plating
Shiny Silver
Copper-Plating
Shiny Copper
Antique-Gold-Plating
Antique Gold
Antique-Silver-Plating
Antique Silver
Antique Copper-Plating
Antique Copper
Antique-Brass-Plating
Antique Brass
Matt-Gold-Plating
Matte Gold
Dual-Plating
Dual Plating

Custom Challenge Coin Process

Custom coin coloring is a process of adding color to a coin or medal to create a unique and personalized design. This technique involves using special paints, enamels, or inks to add color to specific areas of the coin, such as the text, image, or border. The coloring process involves several steps, including applying a base coat, adding the desired colors, and finishing with a protective layer. The result is a vibrant and eye-catching coin that is both attractive and valuable.

 

Die-Struck-Coin
Die-Struck Coin
Soft-Enamel-Coin
Enamel Coin
Printing-Coins
printing Coin
3D-Coin
3D coin
Curve-Coin
Curve Coin
commemorative-coin
Commemorative Coin
Glow In Dark Coin
Glow In Dark Coin
Glitter-Coin
Glitter Coin

Custom Challenge Coin Edge Options

The custom coin edge refers to the raised or recessed outer edge of a coin that surrounds the main design. This area is often used to add text, numbers, or other decorative elements that enhance the overall appearance of the coin. Custom coin edges can be plain, reeded, or decorated with various patterns or designs. They can also include a smooth or serrated texture or be shaped in a unique way to match the theme or purpose of the coin.

Standard Edge

Standard Edge

Rope Edge

Rope Edge

Chain Edge

Chain Edge

Reeded Edge

Reeded Edge

Engraving Edge

Engraving Edge

Spur Edge

Spur Edge

Bevel Edge

Bevel Edge

Cross Cut Edge

Cross Cut Edge

Diamond Edge

Diamond Edge

Packaging Options

Presentation options refer to the various ways in which custom coins, medals, and other commemorative items can be displayed or packaged. These options can include custom packaging such as velvet boxes, wooden or acrylic displays, or custom inserts to hold the item in place. Presentation options can also include accessories such as lanyards, keychains, or lapel pins that complement the design of the coin or medal.

PVC Pouch

PVC Pouch

Round plastic case

Round Plastic Case

Velvet Case

Velvet Case

Black-Plastic-Holder

Black Plastic Holder

Rectangular plastic case

Rectangular plastic case

Wooden-Holder

Wooden Holder

Custom Pantone Colors

Panton-Colors

Since different monitors and screens show colors in different ways, we use Pantone colors to show colors. These are industry standards that don’t change depending on the screen.

The classic style of custom challenge coins gives them a formal look that works for any event or occasion. Add color to your design, especially for corporate coins, if you want it to stand out even more. We don’t charge extra for up to five different colors.

Not sure what color you want exactly? Just name a professional or college sports team or a Fortune 500 company that uses a color you like, and we can look up the Pantone color for you.

Designing A Army Ranger Challenge Coin

Designing Army Ranger Challenge Coins is a meticulous process that involves careful consideration of elements that reflect the essence of Ranger School and the values it upholds.

Incorporating the Ranger Tab: The iconic Ranger tab, which symbolizes a soldier’s successful completion of the Ranger School, is a central element in the design. Its distinctive black and gold colors are instantly recognizable and should be prominently featured.

Emblematic Imagery: Consider adding imagery that captures the spirit of the Rangers, such as the Ranger Creed, crossed rifles, an eagle, and the American flag. These symbols convey the dedication to duty and the unwavering commitment to the nation.

Personalization: Customization is essential when designing Army Ranger Challenge Coins. The custom coins can be personalized with the recipient’s name, graduation date, and unit insignia, making it a cherished keepsake.

Basic Standards and Rules for Evaluation

In the realm of the military, the tradition of gifting challenge coins is deeply ingrained, and our company specializes in crafting custom army coins for each branch.

Aspiring Rangers must obtain approval from their commanding officer, the highest attainable rank, in recognition of their dedication and achievements before they are granted the honor of wearing the distinctive brown beret adorned with the prestigious Ranger insignia. This approval is a testament to their commitment and excellence in their service.

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We take great pride in being able to provide a product that will recognize the sacrifices made by these outstanding military. We recognize how challenging it may be, and we want other members of our society—who have no voice in whether or not this persists—to likewise feel valued by your deeds.

We take great pride in the fact that our clients may keep their challenge coins as a special memento of this amazing event. All of our clients get the best items possible with quick turnaround, so they can take home a physical reminder of your event.

We at Super ChallengeCoins think that every coin has a special potential.

Whether you choose a typical form or something more distinctive.

The most comprehensive range of bespoke designs is what we provide.

All good designers should have some knowledge before they begin, so all you have to do is let our designers know what you think, and they’ll provide you with a beautiful piece of artwork for reference within a day.

We guarantee their exclusivity and provide limitless free adjustments to the artwork.

What does it mean to be gifted a challenge coin?

Being gifted a challenge coin is often seen as a sign of recognition and appreciation for one’s service or accomplishments within a particular organization or community. The giving of a challenge coin is often associated with the military, but it is also common in other groups such as law enforcement, firefighting, and other public service organizations.

The specific meaning of being gifted a challenge coin can vary depending on the organization or group involved. In some cases, it may simply be a token of appreciation or a way to commemorate a particular event or achievement. In other cases, it may be a way of showing respect or solidarity among members of a particular organization.

Are you supposed to buy challenge coins?

In some cases, challenge coins may be available for purchase as merchandise or souvenirs, but it is important to note that these coins may not hold the same significance or meaning as coins earned or given within a specific organization.

whether or not you should buy a challenge coin depends on your personal reasons for wanting one and the cultural norms of the organization or group for which the coin represents.

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