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  1. Oval Webelos Coin

    $9.99
    A replica of the Webelos rank emblem, this oval shaped coin was designed to recognize the hard-working Cub Scouts who have earned the rank of Webelos, or it can be an incentive for Cub Scouts to keep going until they make it! This brass alloy coin has full-color enamel on both sides and is finished in antique bronze. The back is left open for engraving a name, date, or short message if desired. Coin measures 1 5/8" x 2 1/8" and weighs approximately 1 ounce. Learn More
  2. Oval Scout Rank Coin

    $9.99
    The first rank badge received by a Boy Scout is titled SCOUT. This badge signifies active membership in a Boy Scout troop and confirms that the recipient has an understanding of basic Scouting principles. This brass alloy coin is a replica of the rank badge and features the logo on the front of the coin with the rank name on the reverse of the coin. Learn More
  3. Oval Tenderfoot Rank Coin

    $9.99
    If you have received your Tenderfoot badge, you have shown proficiency in a variety of skills learned through Scouting. These skills can include hiking, camping, knot tying, basic first aid, meal preparation for others, and folding the American flag. A great reminder of all your accomplishments is this oval-shaped rank coin. This brass alloy coin is a replica of the rank badge and features the logo on the front of the coin with the rank name on the reverse of the coin. Learn More
  4. Oval First Class Coin

    $9.99
    Becoming a First Class Scout requires personal dedication and leadership qualities. To achieve this rank you have learned basic survivial skills, how to administer first-aid, and the true meaning of American citizenship. Add this coin to your collection as you continue to advance in the program. Brass alloy coin is a replica of the rank badge and features the logo on the front of the coin with the rank name on the reverse of the coin. Learn More
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