Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403

Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403
Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403
Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403

Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403
ROBERT “DOC” INGRAM USMC NAVY CORPSMAN SEAL TEAM MEDAL OF HONOR CHALLENGE COIN VIETNAM WAR. For action of 25 MARCH 1966. ALL SALES GO TO SUPPORT MY AUDIE MURPHY MUSEUM. I will leave you feedback after I see yours. So if you want feedback please give me feedback. The item “ROBERT DOC INGRAM NAVY CORPSMAN USMC MEDAL OF HONOR CHALLENGE COIN ITEM#4403″ is in sale since Tuesday, October 27, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “audiemurphymuseum” and is located in Tombstone, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Featured Refinements: Navy Challenge Coin
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403

BAD@SS US Navy USN Medal of Honor Corpsman Medic Lemoore MoH USMC Challenge Coin

BAD@SS US Navy USN Medal of Honor Corpsman Medic Lemoore MoH USMC Challenge Coin
BAD@SS US Navy USN Medal of Honor Corpsman Medic Lemoore MoH USMC Challenge Coin
BAD@SS US Navy USN Medal of Honor Corpsman Medic Lemoore MoH USMC Challenge Coin
BAD@SS US Navy USN Medal of Honor Corpsman Medic Lemoore MoH USMC Challenge Coin

BAD@SS US Navy USN Medal of Honor Corpsman Medic Lemoore MoH USMC Challenge Coin
Hospital Apprentice Robert H. Stanley volunteered to carry and deliver sensitive messages between the American and British forces while under heavy gunfire during the Boxer Rebellion in Beijing, China. Hospital Apprentice First Class William Zuiderveld. Zuiderveld was known as “Doc” to his company of armed Navy sailors (nicknamed “Bluejackets”) during the seizure of Vera Cruz. During an ambush, one of the men was shot in the head and Zuiderveld answered the call for a corpsman. Rushing to their aid, he purposely exposed himself to enemy fire to reach his wounded comrades. Hospital Apprentice Fred H. During the Philippine Insurrection, McGuire began running low on ammunition, causing him fight off the fierce enemy forces with only his rifle’s butt stock until relief arrived. Finally free to treat the wounded, McGuire attended to several Americans who otherwise would have died. Hospital Steward William S. Pharmacist’s Mate First Class John H. Fighting alongside his Marines from the 6th Regiment during the Battle of Belleau Wood, Balch exposed himself to high-explosive fire to secure the wounded. He worked tirelessly for his save his patience’s lives. Hospital Apprentice First Class David E. Crossing into a hail of heavy machine-gun fire in an open field during the Battle of Saint-Mihiel, Hayden administered lifesaving treatment to a wounded Marine. Hayden was wounded but saved the Marine’s life by carrying the man to safety. Hospital Apprentice First Class Robert Eugene Bush. Stationed with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines in action against the Japanese on Okinawa, Bush took shrapnel from three enemy grenades. Despite the losing one eye, he was able to do his job and while tending to his wounded platoon commander. While holding the plasma bottle he was giving the Marine officer, he unloaded first his pistol and then the officer’s carbine into an oncoming wave of Japanese soldiers. The Japanese retreated and Bush ensured his wounded were evacuated before administering to his own wounds. Pharmacist’s Mate 2nd Class William D. Serving in a rifle company with the 5th Marines on Okinawa, Halyburton noticed his company was suddenly pinned down. Moving forward towards the enemy, he reached a wounded Marine and unselfishly shielded the man using his body to shield incoming Japanese gunfire. He continued with his medical treatment until he collapsed from his wounds, sacrificing himself for the wounded Marine. Hospital Apprentice First Class Fred F. Crawling towards a casualty under a barrage of hostile gunfire and bleeding badly from gunshot wounds, Lester successfully pulled a wounded Marine to safety and instructed two of his squad members how to treat the Marine. Realizing his own wounds were fatal, he instructed two others on how to treat their wounded comrades. Soon after, Lester succumbed to his injuries but saved dozens of lives during his tour. Pharmacist’s Mate First Class Francis J. Pierce earned his Medal of Honor at the Battle of Iwo Jima. With his rifle blasting, he courageously unveiled himself to draw off enemy attackers while he directed litter teams to carry off wounded Marines towards the medical aid station. He again drew fire while trying to treat a wounded troop and killed another Japanese soldier in the process. Francis rendered the care of several severely wounded men while during the campaign. Pharmacist’s Mate Second Class George E. Under the command of 2nd Battalion, 26th Marines at Iwo Jima, Wahlen was positioned adjacent to a platoon that had come under fire and began taking mass casualties. Dashing more than 600 yards to render medical care on fourteen Marines before returning to his platoon unharmed. Pharmacist’s Mate Third Class Jack Williams. Under intense enemy fire, Williams dragged a wounded Marine on his hands and knees, using his body to shield the man as managed to apply battle dressings to the wounded. Shot in both the abdomen and groin, Williams was stunned, but unwilling to give up, recovered and completed to treat the wounded Marine before addressing his injuries. Injured by shrapnel and refusing to seek medical attention, Willis advanced up to the front lines under heavy mortar and sniper fire where he saved an injured Marine laying in a crater. Willis administered plasma to the patient as the Japanese intensified their attack throwing grenades. After surviving several attempts, one grenade exploded in his hand killing him instantly. Hospital Corpsman Third Class Edward C. Benfold was killed in action in Korea while trying to help two Marines in a crater at the Battle of Bunker Hill. His company was battered by an enemy artillery barrage and the charged by a battalion-sized unit. Benfold ran from position to position to help his injured comrades. When he came upon the two Marines in a crater, he saw two grenades thrown in as two enemy soldiers rushed the position. Benfold picked up the grenades and charged at the two attackers, pushing the grenades into their chests. He was mortally wounded in the subsequent explosion. Hospital Corpsman Third Class William R. While attending to a wounded man during the Korean War, an enemy grenade landed within a few feet of William, who immediately threw himself on the man, absorbing the blast with his body. Now experiencing extreme shock, he continued to administer medical care to his wounded brother before patching up himself. As a fire team became pinned down by an overwhelming source of gunfire, Dewert darted into the fray on four different occasions. He carried out the wounded from the front lines even after suffering a gunshot wound to his shoulder. His courageous acts and refusal to quit allowed his brothers to survive their life-threatening injuries. After sustaining a vicious attack from hostile mortars and artillery by enemy troops, Hammond maneuvered through rough terrain and curtains of gunfire, aiding his Marines along the way. He skillfully directed several medical evacuations for his casualties before a round mortar fire struck within mere feet of him. During the Korean War attack on Bunker Hill, Kilmer suffered from multiple fragment wounds but still traveled from one position to another, tending to the care of the injured. Although he was mortally wounded, he successfully spearheaded many medical evacuations. As mortar shells rained down around him, Kilmer rushed to a critically wounded Marine. Shielding the man from the incoming shrapnel, Kilmer was struck by enemy fire. He’s credited with saving many lives. Hospital Corpsman Second Class Donald E. Upon returning from rendering care on two heat casualties, his platoon came under a determined ambush from the North Vietnamese Army (NVA). Noticing an injured Marine, Ballard dashed to the man’s aid, treating his wounds. He directed four Marines to form a litter team to evacuate the almost dead Marine when he spotted an incoming enemy grenade. Ballard threw himself on the explosive device, protecting his brothers. The grenade failed to detonate. He stood back up and continued the fight, treating the other Marine casualties. Hospital Corpsman Third Class Wayne M. While patrolling through a rice patty, Caron’s squad began taking small arms fire. Seeing his comrades sustain mortal wounds, he raced to each one of them and delivered medical attention to at least four Marines while suffering from two gunshot wounds. The injury didn’t stop Caron, he continued onward, putting the well-being of his Marines above his own. Hospital Corpsman Third Class Robert R. During an intense battle against dozens of NVA troops, Ingram’s platoon began to thin out. Danger close, Petty Officer Ingram crawled across the weathered terrain to reach a downed Marine as a round ripped through his hand. Hearing the desperate calls for a corpsman, Ingram collected himself and gathered ammunition from the dead. As he moved on from patient to patient, he resupplied his squad members as he passed by. Continuing to move forward, Ingram endured several gunshot wounds but continued to aid his wounded brothers. For nearly eight hours, he blocked out severe pain as he pushed forward to save his Marines. Hospital Corpsman Second Class David R. During the early hours of the morning near Phu Loc 6, a battalion-sized enemy force launched a determined assault against the position Ray’s squad occupied. The initial attack caused numerous casualties. Ray moved from parapet to parapet, tending to his wounded Marines. Protecting his own, Ray killed one enemy soldier and wounded a second. Although mortally wounded, he held off the enemy until running out of ammunition. While treating his last patient, Ray jumped on a wounded Marine as a nearby grenade exploded, saving the Marine’s life. Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator Edward Byers. Then-Chief Edward Byers was trained as a Special Operations Combat Medic at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, before going through SEAL training in 2002. As part of a hostage rescue force in Afghanistan, he assaulted an enemy sentry while rushing into a small room filled with heavily armed enemy fighters. He assaulted, tackled and fought the insurgents in hand-to-hand combat and then threw himself on the hostage to shield them from small arms fire. While shielding the hostage, Byers subdued others with his bare hands. The 36-year-old is still serving on active duty after 11 deployments. He is the most decorated living Navy SEAL. Im thinning out my Challenge Coin collection and need to get rid of most of my coins. There will be no Second Chance Offers as this is the only one that I have. Let me know if you have any questions. This coin is NOT a reproduction. Nor is it a Chinese knock-off done by an overstamp the process of taking an authentic coin and stamping it wax to build a mold to make knock-offs. You can generally tell these coins by their lack of detail, shallow relief, poor epoxy and paint, and overall “something is not-quite-rightness” I have served in both the Army and Air Force, in the Pentagon for senior military leaders, at the Old Guard, the Army’s Escort to the President, and for numerous units all over the world. I know coins, know what they mean both as professional mementos and collectibles. I’m not by any means the fore most authority, but I’ve owned literally thousands of coins in my collection, and will do what I can to provide you with the highest quality product and information. The size, shape, and weight of your coin will dictate the packaging and how it is mailed. I take ALL photos in natural sun light to try to best capture true color. This can make some softer. Bronzes seem almost grey and shiny gold-tones appear silver. I find the natural sun light gives the best contrast for 3d detail and preserves natural epoxy color. The counter to this is it can also cause a glare at the tops of coins with High Gloss coatings. Please support your local VFW. Thank you for your consideration. The item “BAD@SS US Navy USN Medal of Honor Corpsman Medic Lemoore MoH USMC Challenge Coin” is in sale since Tuesday, September 8, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “oldguard75″ and is located in Dallas, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Russian federation.
  • Type: Challenge Coin
  • Modified Item: No

BAD@SS US Navy USN Medal of Honor Corpsman Medic Lemoore MoH USMC Challenge Coin

Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403

Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403
Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403
Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403

Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403
ROBERT “DOC” INGRAM USMC NAVY CORPSMAN SEAL TEAM MEDAL OF HONOR CHALLENGE COIN VIETNAM WAR. For action of 25 MARCH 1966. This item can be examined at my AUDIE MURPHY & MEDAL OF HONOR MUSEUM at 15 N. This sale goes to supp ort the museum. I will leave you feedback after I see yours. So if you want feedback please give me feedback. The item “ROBERT DOC INGRAM NAVY CORPSMAN USMC MEDAL OF HONOR CHALLENGE COIN ITEM#4403″ is in sale since Friday, August 28, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “billyg925″ and is located in Tombstone, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Featured Refinements: Navy Challenge Coin
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

Robert Doc Ingram Navy Corpsman Usmc Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin Item#4403

RARE Medal of Honor President Bush Navy SEAL SOCOM MoH John Baca Challenge Coin

RARE Medal of Honor President Bush Navy SEAL SOCOM MoH John Baca Challenge Coin
RARE Medal of Honor President Bush Navy SEAL SOCOM MoH John Baca Challenge Coin
RARE Medal of Honor President Bush Navy SEAL SOCOM MoH John Baca Challenge Coin

RARE Medal of Honor President Bush Navy SEAL SOCOM MoH John Baca Challenge Coin
RARE Medal of Honor President Bush Navy SEAL SOCOM MoH John Baca Challenge Coin. This coin commemorates an event hosted by President Bush for both Marc Lee and John Baca, if youll look carefully youll see both are mentioned on the front of the coin. Marc Lee was a United States Navy SEAL. He was the first SEAL to lose his life in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The SEAL insignia is on the front of the coin at the bottom. , he was posthumously awarded the Silver Star, the Bronze Star with Valor and the Purple Heart. John Philip Baca is a former United States Army soldier and a Vietnam War veteran. He was awarded the Medal of Honor during Operation Toan Thang IV. Im thinning out my Challenge Coin collection and need to get rid of most of my coins. There will be no Second Chance Offers as this is the only one that I have. Let me know if you have any questions. This coin is NOT a reproduction. Nor is it a Chinese knock-off done by an overstamp the process of taking an authentic coin and stamping it wax to build a mold to make knock-offs. You can generally tell these coins by their lack of detail, shallow relief, poor epoxy and paint, and overall “something is not-quite-rightness” I have served in both the Army and Air Force, in the Pentagon for senior military leaders, at the Old Guard, the Army’s Escort to the President, and for numerous units all over the world. I know coins, know what they mean both as professional mementos and collectibles. I’m not by any means the fore most authority, but I’ve owned literally thousands of coins in my collection, and will do what I can to provide you with the highest quality product and information. The size, shape, and weight of your coin will dictate the packaging and how it is mailed. I take ALL photos in natural sun light to try to best capture true color. This can make some softer. Bronzes seem almost grey and shiny gold-tones appear silver. I find the natural sun light gives the best contrast for 3d detail and preserves natural epoxy color. The counter to this is it can also cause a glare at the tops of coins with High Gloss coatings. Please support your local VFW. Thank you for your consideration. The item “RARE Medal of Honor President Bush Navy SEAL SOCOM MoH John Baca Challenge Coin” is in sale since Tuesday, June 2, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “oldguard75″ and is located in Dallas, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, China, Mexico, Germany, Japan, France, Australia, Russian federation, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Turks and caicos islands, Bangladesh, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Paraguay, Uruguay, South africa, Colombia, Antigua and barbuda, Saint lucia, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman islands, Sri lanka, Maldives, Oman, Reunion.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Type: Challenge Coin

RARE Medal of Honor President Bush Navy SEAL SOCOM MoH John Baca Challenge Coin

PFC Jacklyn Lucas USMC Navy Corpsman Medal of Honor MoH Society Challenge Coin

PFC Jacklyn Lucas USMC Navy Corpsman Medal of Honor MoH Society Challenge Coin
PFC Jacklyn Lucas USMC Navy Corpsman Medal of Honor MoH Society Challenge Coin

PFC Jacklyn Lucas USMC Navy Corpsman Medal of Honor MoH Society Challenge Coin
AUTHENTIC Military Challenge Coin. Bought a large personal collection and will be listing them over the next few days. The item “PFC Jacklyn Lucas USMC Navy Corpsman Medal of Honor MoH Society Challenge Coin” is in sale since Tuesday, May 5, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “challengecointrader” and is located in Cameron, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Turks and caicos islands, Bangladesh, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Paraguay, Uruguay, Russian federation.
PFC Jacklyn Lucas USMC Navy Corpsman Medal of Honor MoH Society Challenge Coin

Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10

Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10

Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10
Checkout my store for coins, figures. Introducing the USN NAVY CPO Mario Party 10 Collectible Medal! You are viewing a United States Navy Chief Petty Officer Super Mario Challenge Coin! They are also given to Units/Companies as a form of identity, gratitude for service, and used in many types of games revolving around these coins – including drinking. Also makes an amazing collectible. This particular coin is Nintendo themed and features our beloved family minus toad :. This theme of all characters holding the WiiMote is from Mario Party 10 on the WiiU. (I believe the WIIU also used these Wiimotes). The front of the medal is extremely colorful featuring Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, Peach all holding a Wiimote with their respective character colors. The sides of the medal are a great thickness , with a jagged star like sort of pattern. The rear of the medal, everyone dresses up in Navy attire – and the wiimotes are replaced with the U. Navy symbol and labeling of the Anchor. Produced in 2015 , some time after the release of MP10 for WiiU as a collaboration between the U. And Nintendo, only distributed to Military Servicemen/women. Smoke/Pet Free – I like questions and talking! Bubble envelopes and small boxes with ample protective packaging are used. If there is ever a problem with your order. Please contact me , i will work quickly and to the best of my ability to resolve / remedy any issues that may arise. Thank you for reading! I eventually will construct a website to showcase my massive collection. I want to be a great coins resource for all other coin collectors/enthusiasts out there! I also dabble in Nintendo figures and pinswant to have those on the website too! The item “Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10″ is in sale since Saturday, December 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Video Games & Consoles\Video Game Merchandise”. The seller is “ihaznintendostuffs” and is located in Honolulu, Hawaii. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Mexico, New Zealand, Switzerland, Norway, Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Iceland, Jersey, Luxembourg, Paraguay, Uruguay, Malta, Croatia, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Peru.
  • Brand: Nintendo
  • Year of Manufacture: 2015
  • Video Game Name: Mario Party 10
  • Type: Metal
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Video Game Series: Super Mario Bros.

Nintendo Super Mario Challenge Coin Navy CPO, RARE Metal Collectible Medal MP10

H. G. Barney Barnum Usmc Navy Colonel Nam Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin #2650

H. G. Barney Barnum Usmc Navy Colonel Nam Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin #2650
H. G. Barney Barnum Usmc Navy Colonel Nam Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin #2650

H. G. Barney Barnum Usmc Navy Colonel Nam Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin #2650
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU WANT TO PAY BY CHECK. The item “H. G. BARNEY BARNUM USMC NAVY COLONEL NAM MEDAL OF HONOR CHALLENGE COIN #2650″ is in sale since Monday, July 15, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “billyg925″ and is located in Desert Hot Springs, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

H. G. Barney Barnum Usmc Navy Colonel Nam Medal Of Honor Challenge Coin #2650

Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal

Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal

Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal
Checkout my store for coins, figures. Introducing the USN Chief NES Cartridge Zelda “Link to our past” Challenge coin! You are viewing a US Navy Zelda Challenge Coin! This particular coin is a Large Nintendo themed coin which features quite a bit of things – let’s start! The coin is the shape of the old Super Nintendo Entertainment System Game Cartridges. The accuracy is excellent – the center design is slightly raised from the surface of the coin , and the side “brick/square” groove lines are indented and you can feel each one individually. The rest of the coin features the protruding / recessing surface features similarly found on the old SNES cartridges, the top of the coin has a small indent raised up and is not flush with the surface (photo 8) – an excellent representation of the old cartridge shape. The front section, where the games’ graphic art would be, generally the Sword and Shield famous to Zelda (also slightly raised from surface of coin), is actually the Navy Anchor with USN lettering, all tucked neatly into a shield shape design. To the right is the game title area US NAVY CHIEF – The link to our past, paying homage to the fact that the USN has existed for a long time. Onto the rear, we see the section where there would generally be Nintendo. / warning/ legal information in a rectangle shape box. In this box are three USN navy anchor emblems , and to the right of them you see the exact shape a white oval Nintendo service employee pin would be(and exists), same colors too, but with the words “Official Navy Chief Seal”. On the bottom of that, we see the SNES red lettering logo , but instead it is written “Super Chief – United States Navy”. Finally the center lower portion has wording “LICENSED BY GOAT LOCKER” – an area that would sometimes feature NINTENDO branding on cartridges. Lastly, the top edge of the coin has in white lettering, SERVICE (photo 9). This coin weighs a non apologizing 6.6 ounces! Very heavy, pure metal body, just feels amazing. You can see some smudges / light cloudiness on the surface – polishing / cleaning might do the trick – I’ve never tried it nor guarantee it , just a suggestion. There are also a few dings on the front of the coin clearly visible in a few of the close up photos. The year the coin was produced is unknown to me, in my best guess , it is 2010 – 2015. This was issued by the US Navy to Servicemen and Women for various reasons – Some include, reaching milestones in career, completing a task, a sense of identity/symbol to belong to a group of friends. Smoke/Pet Free – I like questions and talking! Bubble envelopes and small boxes with ample protective packaging are used. If there is ever a problem with your order. Please contact me , i will work quickly and to the best of my ability to resolve / remedy any issues that may arise. Thank you for reading! I eventually will construct a website to showcase my massive collection. I want to be a great coins resource for all other coin collectors/enthusiasts out there! I also dabble in Nintendo figures and pinswant to have those on the website too! The item “Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal” is in sale since Wednesday, January 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Video Games & Consoles\Video Game Merchandise”. The seller is “ihaznintendostuffs” and is located in Honolulu, Hawaii. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Mexico, New Zealand, Switzerland, Norway, Ukraine, Croatia, Chile, Colombia, Bermuda, Bolivia, French guiana, Gibraltar, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Paraguay, Uruguay.
  • Model: Nintendo NES
  • Character: Zelda
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Video Game Series: zelda
  • Video Game Name: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
  • Type: coin
  • Year of Manufacture: 2015
  • Brand: Nintendo

Nintendo SNES Cartridge Zelda Link to the Past Challenge Coin USN Heavy medal

U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)

U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)
U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)
U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)
U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)
U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)
U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)
U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)
U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)

U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)
Condition: A previously owned item; good condition with patina showing. Size: See measuring ruler in pictures for reference of statue size. A used, item previous owned by collector. All items are 100% guaranteed to be in the condition described and in the condition depicted in listing images. The item “U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)” is in sale since Friday, November 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “ayaus45″ and is located in Honolulu, Hawaii. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Brunei darussalam, French guiana, Iceland, Jordan, Luxembourg, Oman, Paraguay, Uruguay, Russian federation.
U. S. Navy 1812, Congressional Medal of Honor Series #2 Statue (rare)