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Challenge Coin Collector

Updated on February 6, 2013

Collecting Challenge Coins!

A challenge coin is a small coin or medallion (usually military), bearing an organization's insignia or emblem and carried by the organization's members!

As with any type of collection, you can acquire a nice group of challenge coins on a modest budget or you can go "all out" and put a lot of money into your collection.

The purpose of this site is to give the novice collector a few pointers and to try to help you find coins, whether you are a new collector or a veteran. By scrolling down, you will find both articles on challenge coins and places where you can purchase them.

I have had good luck at buying coins on eBay and if you bookmark this page, you'll have a quick way to check for coins that are just a short time away from being sold there. It is always best to bid on coins from a seller with a good number of positive feedbacks so you can be assured of getting your coins.

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Here's a great omn-line garage sale for challenge coins! Just click on this link: Challenge Coin Garage Sale!

These coins are not mine! They are being sold by people just like you and me. These people have their own shops on a site called Bonanzle and the link above is only for challenge coins. Check it out! Who knows, after visiting this "garage sale", you might want to open your own shop. And why not? It's free!

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Much of the information used here has been researched from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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      Armyunitcoins 4 years ago

      Take a look at this site for Army challenge coins. They custom make Army challenge coins and can design any challenge coin you could dream of

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      djames581 4 years ago

      It is an outstanding lens on coins thanks for sharing.

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