MAYFLOWER COMPACT CHALLENGE COIN
This coin commemorates the signing of the Mayflower Compact on November 11/21 1620.
The 11th is the Julian calendar date, which is the calendar in use when the Pilgrims signed the Mayflower Compact. The 21th is the date we currently use.
What is a challenge coin? The challenge coin's history originates in the armed forces–they’re meant to boost morale in the military. In fact, military challenge coins are often given out as a reward or as a representation of a certain organization.
Challenge coins are used among firefighters, police, businesses and even members of fraternal organizations. Some people even decide to use them as business cards–they’re much more memorable and less likely to be thrown out. Challenge coins are also frequently sold to raise money for a cause.
Measures 1 1/2 inch in diameter