3D King Kong Geocoin
3D King Kong Geocoin
3D King Kong Geocoin
3D King Kong Geocoin

3D King Kong Geocoin

The King Kong is on the Empire State Building.

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  • MSC-10012
    Metal Coins
  • Item No.:MSC-10012
  • Material:Zinc Alloy
  • Size:49.2 * 88.9 * 5mm
  • Process:3D Die cast with soft enamel
  • Plating:Black Nickel
  • Attachment:N/A
  • Backside:Double Sides Design
  • Remark:You can create a custom style with your design.

As the legendary battle was about to take place atop the Empire State Building. King Kong once again proved he was still king of the FTF'S.

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Challenge Coins

Challenge coins have a rich history filled with bravery, perseverance, and unity. These characteristics have come to define the indomitable spirit of exceptional individuals. That is no doubt why so many military units, clubs, teams, businesses and organizations uphold the tradition of carrying Military Challenge Coins year after year.

A challenge coin is a small coin or medallion, bearing an organization's insignia or emblem and carried by the organization's members. Traditionally, they might be given to prove membership when challenged and to enhance morale. They are also collected by service members and law enforcement personnel. Historically, challenge coins were presented by unit commanders in recognition of special achievement by a member of the unit. They could also be exchanged in recognition of visits to an organization.


A geocoin is a metal token minted in similar fashion to a medallion, token coin, military challenge coin or wooden nickel, for use in geocaching, specifically as form of a calling card. The first geocoins were developed by Jon Stanley as a signature item to be placed in caches.




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