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Blackinton Thin Red Line Fire-Rescue Challenge Coin

SKU: W-BK-J276-F//In Stock


Commitment to the Fire Service and Country in the palm of your hand.

  • Carry it as a reminder, a memorial, or a challenge to do better.
  • Large, beautifully engraved, richly colored gold-plated and enameled coin symbolizes your commitment
  • On one side, a traditional Scramble with Fire-Rescue insignia inside a Maltese Cross-all within The Thin Red Line
  • On the reverse, an eagle: either dimensionally modeled in brass, or richly enameled-standing proudly before the stars & bars
  • 1.75", Gold plate & enamel over solid brass
  • Please note: This item is non-returnable. All sales are final.

Courage, Valour, Brotherhood. And Patriotism. Share the inspiration of the Thin Red Line. It's an elegant reminder to the Firefighter who is dedicated to doing more…or a proud memorial to those who wish to honor his dedication and service. These handsome two sided coins are finely crafted of solid brass, engraved and gold plated in an elegant design that's deeply symbolic of the fire service and all it represents. On one side, a traditional Maltese Cross and Fire Scramble standing out in brilliant gold relief against a richly colored enameled background-all within The Thin Red Line. The other side of the coin is about commitment to country-with an eagle standing vigilant before a representation of our flag.

Choose your Eagle. You can select a dimensional eagle, deeply modeled in antique brass, standing tall within a ring of stars and bars. Or choose a richly enameled multi-colored eagle in front of our unfurled flag. Either way, it's a proud symbol of your commitment; an elegant and enduring personal charm that can be carried and shown with pride…or passed along as a heartfelt challenge to others.

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Used to acknowledge a crew for an outstanding job at a very difficult call.