Flags connections Glass Dome Coin Display

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Glass Dome Coin Display

Challenge Coin Displays Glass Dome Coin DisplayGlass Dome display will hold 16 military challenge coins. The glass dome is 4 wide & 7 tallThe total height with the base is 8 tall. The walnut base is 5 in diameter. The display has 4 disks with four slots for coins 1 ½ -2 coins (coins not included) Holds 16 military coinsGlass DomWas offered only to select military ppl in high ranks, and now offered to the publicAmerican madeHigh QualityGreat for challenge coinsGreat for military challengecoinsWill show the coins at 360Can be on a table or a shelf.Protect the coinsElegant wood BaseGreat military gift !Keep your coins and memories safeOrder your Challenge Coin Glass Dome Display Case from Flags Connections today and you will save time and money. When you order the M16 Glass Dome Display Case, your order will usually be shipped out the next business day. Every Challenge Coin Glass Display Case from Flags Connections is made in the United States by veterans for heroes. The coins, that were originally offered to select military personnel, have recently been made to the public sector.Besides challenging, Challenge Coins were also used as awards and rewards for those who performed outstanding service. Originally used to build morale among the troops, it is believed that the tradition started during the Vietnam War when Challenge Coins were first given to those who served in the Special Forces units. The tradition spread and in the early 1980s was welcomed by the 75th Ranger Regiment. As officers began to be reassigned with their careers progressing, they were awarded unit coins for acts that were worthy of recognition. Challenge Coins were uncommon until the Gulf War in 1990-1991, and have grown tremendously in popularity.Challenge Coins were also presented to the gunners after they graduated from Air Force Technical Training School honoring them with entry into the prestigious, “Gunners Association. When bombers were used,

Item# : SPM16142808228
Model # : M16Dome

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WARNING : WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including which is [are] known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to  www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/furniture.com
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