Ordering From Us

Ordering custom coins from us is easy. Just give us a call at 1-800-843-9854 and ask to speak to one of our knowledgeable and friendly sales specialists. They'll walk you through the process from start to finish and answer any questions that you might have.

Think We're Too Expensive? Think Again.

We can work within just about any budget to help create a custom coin that meets your needs, delights your recipients, and exceeds your expectations.

Get Your FREE Custom Coin Quote

Our sales specialists can give you a personalized quote over the phone. Or, you can access the quote request form on our website here. After you complete and submit the online form, we will contact you strait away.

Get Started!

Call us toll-free today at 1-800-843-9854 to get your custom coin project started (M-F, 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Pacific). We encourage you to browse our coin galleries to see examples of our work and get inspiration for your own project.

What About Sending Artwork?

No artwork is required to get started. Our full-time, in-house artists can create artwork from scratch based on your ideas. If you have specific artwork that you would like to send us, we prefer vector-based art, but can work with artwork in virtually any format.

Get more answers to frequently asked questions. Contact us at custominfo@nwtmint.com.

You may also request a FREE information packet with detailed information about custom coins and other minted products available from Northwest Territorial Mint.

Northwest Territorial Mint: Insights & Ideas
Multiple Metals
Hot Topic: Ordering Multiple Metals

Ordering your custom coin does not mean that you can only get it one way. A single coin order can include coins struck in two or more different metals and finishes, allowing for customer flexibility. Furthermore, when a reorder of coins occurs, the metal can differ from the first and no added die fees are incurred.

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Northwest Territorial Mint: In The News

The Tin Star

Northwest Territorial Mint: Did You Know?As the cattle industry and mining expanded into the American West, so too did the number of people on the frontier. A means of marking the local Peace Officer soon became necessary. Lack of local badge-makers meant such lawmen had to make their badges from materials at hand. The tin star evolved as a star cutout from the top or bottom of a tin can. Another popular method of making a badge was to use a coin and cut out a star from the center. The Texas Rangers cut a star shape from a coin: the 1800s Mexican Ocho Reales (pieces of eight). In 1962 the Rangers resumed this practice using the 1940s Mexican Cinco Peso coins.