Medalcraft Mint answered the prayers of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn with its ability to create custom religious medallions from an image of a ceiling mural in a cathedral.
The custom badges honor officers Michael Michalski and Charles Irvine Jr., who died in separate incidents during the summer of 2018.
Medalcraft Mint has become a trusted supplier of custom military medals for units around the world, one of them being the U.S. Army’s only special operations aviation force.
The Boulé Foundation recognizes its major donors deserve a special kind of custom donor medallion. The former Medallic Art Company, whose customers now are serviced by Medalcraft Mint, has produced Legacy Award medallions to honor the total amount of contributions from the Boulé Foundation’s largest donors.
Almost by definition, ceremonial maces and chains of office tend to be on the elaborate side. They are brought out for high-brow events such as commencement ceremonies and presidential addresses in which fancy is the order of the day.
Chancellor’s chains of office and ceremonial maces are intricate academic pieces that typically require about two months’ lead time to produce and deliver.
Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn, New York, wanted something a step above the norm when it requested a three-dimensional custom flame for the top of its mace.
Medalcraft Mint coordinates five vendors to produce the impressive Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award batons for the Columbia Journalism School in New York City.
The ornamental chains of office worn by college presidents at official events such as commencement exercises typically are meant to last for decades.
That is why Medalcraft Mint was honored recently to produce a short-run squadron coin for a U.S. Marine Corps unit serving overseas.