Button Challenge Coin
Help support the Baltimore City Police History website, and our research with the purchase of one of our newest Baltimore City Police Challenge Coins. Our latest Baltimore City Police Coat Button Coin will be done with a polished brass look. We did a version of these in 2018 with an antique finish and some collectors missed out on them because when we listed them on eBay a lot of guys and girls thought they were an ad for an old police coat button and skipped over them. We didn't get a lot of attention on eBay until after they were all sold on Facebook, and this site. So we weren't contacted by a lot of collectors until they were all gone. So now we are offering them exclusively through the site with some adverts on Facebook.
The order for these was just places, and to be fair to those that bought the first version of these we changed the coating on these from an antique finish to a polished gold/brass look. This means the design has already been approved, we won't have a lot of going around with designers like we had with patches before finding our new patch makers. So, you can either pre-order now by paying for them via PayPal, or you can send us a message through the below email address, and ask that we hold one or more for you. Just keep in mind we will only hold the unpaid orders for a little while, we will try to get in touch with everyone when the coins come in, preorders will have addressed envelopes on stand by so we can get your coin out as soon as possible.
The coins will be $25.00 each and $4.00 shipping for the first coin, then .50 cents for each coin after one.
This years coin has a shiny gold/brass finish
This style with the antique finish is out of stock and no longer being made
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