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Thread: 2014 GIJoeCon 50th Anniversary Challenge Coin!

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    Exclamation 2014 GIJoeCon 50th Anniversary Challenge Coin!

    Check the Con Exclusives menu button (scroll to the bottom) to see a full front and back preview of our exclusive 50th Anniversary Challenge Coin... Click Here!

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    Captain Matthew.stoops@wmich.edu's Avatar
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    Is this only at the convention?

    The way it's description was worded was that there would be the convention one, then a similar one, offered via preorder.

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    the pre order is the one that's going to cost over $100 that's going to be silver and gold plated keywords: gold plated at the con banquet there passing out one made of brass to everyone who attends
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    THIS is an incentive!? WOW.! I think STARWARS did this once. But this is rare for G.I.JOE. I would certainly like the BRASS and Karat MEDALS for my collection. I see ALOT of incentive in the design. And this deserves a salute.

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    Captain Matthew.stoops@wmich.edu's Avatar
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    I think GI Joe should have a great big statue in Pawtucket, RI. A bronze sculpture/diorama featuring elements from all incarnations of GI Joe. I don't know how Super Joe would fit in, but it would have to.

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    See my post in the other Q&A ...

    $100 per coin is ridiculous, considering the silver strike price is in the $20's, and even the 1986 silver coin has a value of, at best, $50. Its a surefire way to lose money.
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