Regency Mint featured in Coin Word News

Regency mint was featured in Coin World News for some of the innovative bimetallic products we created using a US Mint canceled die. The article reads:

Eighteen years after the U.S. Mint retired a Proof 1995-P Atlanta Centennial Olympics silver dollar die from production, the private Regency Mint in Orem, Utah, resurrected its use to strike medals.

The United States Mint sold canceled dies from the Atlanta Olympics program as collector products for $49 each in 1997. The privately ...

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Rules of the Military Challenge Coin

Did you know that many members of our armed forced trade and collect coins? These are not just regular nickels and dimes, but rather custom made medals called Military Challenge Coins. The following are the Rules of the Military Challenge Coin:

  1. A “Coin Check” consists of a challenge and response. A challenge is initiated by either holding your coin in the air or slamming it on a table or floor and yelling “Coin Check!”
  2. The individual(s) challenged must respond by showing ...
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History of the Military Challenge Coin

What most people do not understand is that the history of the Military Challenge Coin goes much deeper than just a coin. During World War I, American volunteers from all parts of the country filled the newly formed flying squadrons. Some were wealthy scions attending colleges such as Yale and Harvard who quit in midterm to join the war. In one squadron, a wealthy lieutenant ordered medallions struck in solid bronze carrying the squadron emblem for every member of his ...

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