Muckleshoot Tribe Challenge Coin
The Muckleshoot Indian tribe is an amalgam of several Native American tribes that have inhabited the region surrounding the White and Green rivers for centuries. The name Muckleshoot is derived from the Native name for the prairie on which the Tribe’s reservation was established.
The United States recognizes the Muckleshoot Tribe as a political successor to several groups of Duwamish Indians that were party to the Treaty of Point Elliott, including the band to which Chief Seattle belonged. Beginning in 1995, the tribe vigorously pursued economic development projects that led to the creation of the Muckleshoot Mall, the Muckleshoot Casino, and the White River Amphitheater.
They requested us to manufacture a custom challenge coin that represents their pride and history. They wanted an artistic challenge coin with some graphic elements and designs. On one side they only want their tribe’s logo with a black background, encircled with their values in life. And on the opposite side, they wanted a graphic design of the beautiful scenery of their native land.
You can see in the photos that this is one beautiful challenge coin with a lot of details and colors. The tribe’s logo looks bold and shines on a black painted base, and the engraving of the scenery was perfectly executed and varnished.
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Finished Coin (Front)
Finished Coin (Back)
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