SIGforum challlenge coins

By John Smith

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189 backers of 500 Goal
38 % Complete

This Project Ended On

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

About This Project

Please make sure you have https:// at the beginning of the webpage prior to ordering.   Failure to do so, could result in an insecure transaction.


After you place your order, please go back in and remove the credit card information if you do NOT want it saved on the site.  Failure to remove the credit card will result in it being saved.


Your card will be charged at the time of contribution.  If the campaign is not successful, you will receive a refund.

(ffips 9 Apr 2017 7:07pm EDT)


These are based on the original .999 silver and .999 copper rounds made and produced in 2015. 

Several members have requested a "traditional" challenge coin in addition to the precious metal versions.  In January, there seemed to be a renewed amount of interest for challenge coins once again. 

Please understand these are NOT precious metal rounds. 


Diameter:  1.75" (approximately 1/4" larger than prior rounds)

Finish:  Antique Silver

Front (obverse):  3-D rendition of entrance page

Back (reverse):  Color filled enamel finish of Americana images

Edge:  ribbed like U.S quarters

If you would like a display for your coins, please visit the link below for additional accessories:  (these are purchased separately and can't be combined into your coin order)  (if the coin campaign isn't sucessful, the display cases WILL be shipped if purchased)

About The Creator
  • Will there be other versions made?

    We have created .999 silver, .999 copper, and now these. If you want more we would be glad to set you on the path toward the goal. At this time though, neither ffips nor Sigmonkey intend to create/design/legwork more SIGforum challenge coins.

  • When is my credit card charged?

    At time of contribution/purchase?

  • What happens if there aren't 500 backers?

    Your money will be refunded.

  • Are these made of precious metal?


  • Will anyone profit from this?


  • Has this been authorized by SIGforum?