D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition
D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition

D-Day 75th Anniversary Commemorative Coin - Limited Edition

Regular price $29.99 Sale price $19.99

Notice: Almost sold out, forever! A little under 800 left, ever. If you want proof of the amazing heirloom detail and quality, check out our hundreds of reviews below this description from D-Day survivors, WW2 families, collectors and people remembering these heroes.

This one-of-a-kind, heirloom-quality brass commemorative coin was specially designed by the Founder and CEO of American Military News after he visited the beaches of Normandy in 2019 for the 75th Anniversary. He was so touched by an overwhelming and indescribable sense of gratitude that he wanted to create something beautiful to honor the brave men who stormed the beaches on that eternal day, D-Day.

We are only selling through 2020 until the rest are sold out. This D-Day 75th anniversary coin is of such high quality that it will last generations for you to hand down to your children, grandchildren and other loved ones.

This coin is a limited edition and will not be sold after the run is complete.

The front side of the brass coin has a raised brass sculpture of unnamed men storming the Normandy beaches on D-Day with crosses from the Normandy American Cemetery in the background, with green for the richly colored grass that overwhelms you when you enter the cemetery that is the final resting place of 9,388 Americans. This scene was specially licensed from noted military artist Larry Selman.

On the back side of the coin is an operations map from D-Day that shows where American, British and Canadian troops landed on the infamous beaches of Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword.

Shipping: American Military News ships its products on a first come, first serve basis. Due to higher than expected initial demand we are working through a backlog. You can expect your coin in 2-4 weeks - however, most orders are received sooner. We thank you for your patience and the wait is definitely worth it!

Customer Reviews

Based on 658 reviews
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Dennis Giles
Excellent

This is a very nice coin and very well done.

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Robert Popik
Bob's review

I have purchased coins from this company before & have been very satisfied with the quality of their coins. People visiting when they see the coins displayed, they are also impressed with the quality.

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Annie Mailo
Best Birthday Present

These were the best birthday present I could give my father! Thank you so very much her loved them

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Stephen Tilton
Absolutely Amazing!!

What a beautiful coin! Really brings up the emotion I felt traveling to Normandy and walking into the American cemetery.

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Bob Matney
History

Excellant

Customer Reviews

Based on 658 reviews
98%
(646)
2%
(11)
0%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
Dennis Giles
Excellent

This is a very nice coin and very well done.

R
Robert Popik
Bob's review

I have purchased coins from this company before & have been very satisfied with the quality of their coins. People visiting when they see the coins displayed, they are also impressed with the quality.

A
Annie Mailo
Best Birthday Present

These were the best birthday present I could give my father! Thank you so very much her loved them

S
Stephen Tilton
Absolutely Amazing!!

What a beautiful coin! Really brings up the emotion I felt traveling to Normandy and walking into the American cemetery.

B
Bob Matney
History

Excellant