Properly Displaying Your Challenge Coins

Properly Displaying Your Challenge Coins

Jesse Daugherty

Jesse Daugherty

Properly Displaying Your Challenge Coins

Coin collecting is a timeless hobby that is often passed down through generations. The same applies to challenge coins. For both service members and collectors alike, a challenge coin collection is a point of pride that should be displayed accordingly.

Well, we are here to help you properly display your challenge coin collection. Now that you've compiled a nice collection through the years as a service member or collector, it's time to think about how you want to display your collection.

With a bevy of options to choose from, it's ultimately up to you when it comes to displaying your coins. You can show off dozens of coins at once or just a unique display for your favorite coin. You have options!

Small Displays!

Let's first look at smaller displays. These are optimal for showcase one or a few coins, letting you shine a light on your favorites. The challenge coin display dome  is a great option. This unique and creative display is perfect for a single coin. The metal stand, wooden base, and domed glass cover is an excellent option for showing that one special coin in your collection.

The display options from CoinDisplays.com are another excellent choice.  The website also offers engraving, which lets you personalize your display in a number of ways. The displays are available with multiple wood grains.

sfDisplay.com offers a range of display options as well.  One such holder offers two transparent silicone membranes that hold a single large coin or up to 4 smaller coins. This allows viewers to see both sides of the coin, making it an excellent option for a desk or table. The Pentagon Single Challenge Coin Display from Made4Heroes.com offers something simple and elegant. The display is available in two wood styles, perfect for showing off your favorite coin.

Medium Displays!

Now let's dive into some bigger displays for those who want to showcase a selection of challenge coins. RelicWood.com has created the Custom Military Challenge Coin Display Case. This isn't just a stand; it's a case you can pack up and bring with you. The company also offers several extras, letting you further customize your display as needed.

Large Displays!

On to bigger and better things! For serious collectors and those who want to showcase a bevy of challenge coins, a larger display is needed. Decomil.com offers a 30 Military Challenge Coin Display Case. The holder features a rich wood finish while a glass door protects your coins and keeps them looking sharp. The case is shipped completely assembled and with mounting brackets.

The Dark Oak Spinning Challenge Coin Holder from The Caseworks is a pyramid style case that flawlessly displays a large number of coins uniquely and conveniently. The display is available in a dark oak finish, offering a unique and eye-catching way to display your collection.

Last, but certainly not least, the 108 Challenge Coin Display Case Cabinet by DisplayGifts.com. This massive coin display is perfect for serious collectors with giant collections. The display looks great on the wall and shows off ALL of your coins at once. It's available in three colors, including mahogany, black, and oak. The best part is it's ready to hang right out of the box.

This should give you a bit more insight into properly displaying your challenge coin collection. Each site listed above offers plenty of other options as well. Take a look and pick the case that works best for your collection.

Keep us in mind when it comes to challenge coins themselves. ChallengeCoins4Less.com has everything you need to create some create looking coins. Please fill out our free quote form for more information or give us a call toll-free at 855-272-8451.