Custom brass coins such as those made by Wisconsin-based Medalcraft Mint are becoming increasingly popular choices as organizations, schools and military units search for tangible ways to boost team pride.
As an alloy of copper and zinc, brass offers a cost-effective alternative to premium metals without sacrificing appearance or quality.
“Brass coins are rugged and durable, allowing them to withstand challenging conditions and retain their appearance,” notes Jerry Moran, owner and chief executive officer at Medalcraft Mint. “Brass is a common metal choice for items less than 3 inches in diameter, such as military challenge coins.”
Custom brass coins come with the feel of high quality
Despite their standing as a cost-effective option, custom brass coins are made of a dense material that feels heavy to the touch and produces a premium sensation. Medalcraft Mint’s in-house design and production teams are experts in creating commemoratives that stand the test of time.
Medalcraft Mint uses a die-striking process to produce brass coins. Die striking involves pressing brass stock into a custom-made die cavity to produce consistent images coin after coin. College and high school graduation medals, and corporate challenge coins are some of the more popular uses for custom brass coins.
“We have established a reputation for being a leader among American producers of custom brass coins because we create attractive coins on time and on budget in the USA,” Moran says. “Our customers appreciate having a cost-effective option available to them that does not break the budget while delivering exceptional per-unit value.”
Medalcraft Mint has a reputation for quality craftsmanship
Medalcraft Mint has been a Wisconsin-based company since its founding in 1948. The company produces a wide selection of challenge coins, badges, recognition awards, ceremonial maces and other commemoratives in its 40,000-square-foot facility in Green Bay, Wisconsin. For more information about Medalcraft Mint’s products or to request a quote, please go to http://medalcraft.com/ or call 800-558-6348.
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