- May 11, 2020
-- In the world of military challenge coins there are companies that throw together for cheap any idea you send their way and you get back the most disgusting coin as a result. The reason for that is they don't have an art staff. They use their overseas and frequently used Chinese factory to produce art.
But to have an effective coin and one that people actually want it has to start with great artwork. If you don't have that then you have a some terrible looking bus token coin that you can get from any metal pushing amateur hours challenge coin company. There are many of them out there. But to get to the heart of a great coin it begins with design and to get the best you need to locate the type of company that understands the US military and not just one branch but them all, has the understanding of the military and brings the ability of amazing art to the table. That is where it all begins.
In the world of challenge coins why not get the best? Staying on the subject of military dates, history and events is equally important when it comes to producing some fine looking coins. This year being the 75th
Anniversary of World War 2 there is no better time than to honor our American Navy, its Sailors and the historical ships they sailed on. Because of this Diamond anniversary the US Veterans at Navycrow.Com have released a line of US Navy warship coins, affectionately called the World of Warships line of change coins to the public making a fitting part of your history US Navy challenge coin collection. They can be purchased at - https://navycrow.com/product-category/us-navy-challenge-coins/warships-of-world-war-2-challenge-coins/
Ready to set sail to you are the USS Iowa, USS Massachusetts, USS Missouri, USS Enterprise, USS Hornet and USS Alabama to get started with more on the way!