Generic employee recognition awards have a tendency toward a sameness that robs recipients of the special feeling you want them to have from receiving such an honor. Medalcraft Mint designs and produces a variety of recognition awards that ensure your recipients know that they are appreciated.
Non-profit organizations and educational institutions understand the need to provide their donor network with commemoratives that deliver messages of gratitude and loyalty. Medalcraft Mint’s artisans provide custom medal design that accomplishes those objectives in spades.
The iconic clock tower depicted on the crown of Morris Brown College’s ceremonial mace was something college president Dr. Kevin E. James wanted to recreate after a fire damaged the historic institution’s previous mace.
Medalcraft Mint has produced stunningly accurate reproductions of faces, logos and animals for a wide range of commemoratives. So when the Oak Creek, Wisconsin, Police Department requested a custom coin for its officers that would feature the eagle statue that stands proudly outside of its headquarters, our design team was up for the task.
Enamel challenge coins are among the most popular items produced by Medalcraft Mint, with law enforcement medals standing out as a highly requested item within that category. National Police Week, which falls May 10-16 this year, provides the perfect opportunity to update your department’s custom Blue Lives Matter coin.
The traditional school setting isn’t for every young person, but that doesn’t mean they don’t value an education and the job opportunities that come with it.
Law enforcement agencies across the United States rely on the artistic talents and production excellence of Medalcraft Mint Inc. for law enforcement medals that rise above the standard.
A growing number of educational institutions are investing in collegiate engravable medals to foster long-term goodwill in their alumni and donor groups.
Medalcraft Mint’s in-house art department gets called upon to create exquisite imagery for customer orders every day, but the Schreyer Honors College at The Pennsylvania State University brought us a design that truly tested our team’s ability to recreate its glory in die block form.
The opportunity to work on a new college’s first graduation medal doesn’t come around very often, so the Medalcraft Mint Inc. team felt privileged to produce the University of Kentucky Lewis Honors College’s initial graduation medal for 276 graduates.