Coins - individually embossed for private and professional occasions
A coin of gold or silver has no high material value, but rather becomes an individual form of tribute due to its design. While in earlier centuries, only kings personally designed the obverse and reverse of a coin, a coin can nowadays be customized and adapted to your wishes and ideas. With a unique coin, you can express the appreciation for a beloved person, for example, at a birthday party or a wedding. Also sport clubs or enterprises rely on the individual embossing of coins and turn them into an exquisite gift for advertising to customers or honouring employees.
The unique coins can be embossed according to your wishes
The Manufacturing of coins as the mark of honour or remembrance is done for you especially easily with our website and coin configurator. You can simply take photos or upload drawings from the browser for the design of the front and back side and then apply them in a relief form on an individual medal or coin. The labeling of the surfaces and edges of a coins is possible, as is the colouration of single surfaces. If you have difficulties finding the appropriate coin or medal or have any questions, simply use our hotline for a personal consultation.
Select the ideal Taler coins according to your price expectations
Even though 24-carat gold or real silver from our collection represent a material appreciation for your employees, business partners or friends, your personal budget can suggest a different price range for the embossing of coins.With crowns and coins made of brass, steel or PVC, we offer suitable alternatives that all can be individually designed and thereby can achieve an elevated appearance. Geta look at our portfolio, and see how individual coins can look like. Our quality and flexibility in the production will certainly convince you to get your coins embossed online.
Disclaimer: Our products on this page are known as "Coins" in order to comply with general linguistic usage, . It should be expressly pointed out that it concerns, however, individually embossed medals and no current or former means of payment / currency.