Eagle Scout CoinBoy Scouts of America®

Recognizing Achievement in the Boy Scouts of America

Founded in 1910, the Boy Scouts of America is one of the oldest youth activity organizations in the country. Its purpose is to prepare young boys to meet the challenges of life with poise, integrity, and self-confidence. To achieve this mission, adult volunteers in the Boy Scouts of America entrust Scouts® with increasing responsibility and ever-expanding leadership opportunities. As Scouts learn and master new skills, they earn merit badges and progress in rank. This system of rank advancement culminates in the Eagle Scout® rank, the highest honor any Boy Scout® can earn.

We at Northwest Territorial Mint salute this spirit of achievement and are proud, as an official licensee of the Boy Scouts of America, to create BSA approved insignia coins and coin knives. These products replicate the badges earned by Scouts as they progress from Cub Scouts® to Webelos® to Boy Scouts and beyond. Struck in solid brass and brushed with an antique finish, they are accented with brilliant color enamel that brings each design to life.

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Northwest Territorial Mint: Insights & Ideas
USGS Benchmark Medallion
Hot Topic: Benchmarks

On the summit of major U.S. peaks, one will often find a medallion epoxied there by the Geological Survey. Replicas of these medallions have come to represent the achievement of significant milestones, and have become a way some of our customers choose to honor such accomplishments. We can mint your custom USGS benchmarks to represent any achievement you desire.

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The Coin Collecting Merit Badge

Northwest Territorial Mint: Did You Know?Boy Scouts can earn a coin collecting merit badge. Doing so has a number of requirements, among them, knowing coin making terms and processes as well as touring a U.S. Mint facility. Of course, the scout also has to collect a variety of coins or bank notes to qualify for the award.