MSFA Convention Challenge Coin
A silver colored finish. This finish has a yellow hue and may tarnish with time.
A plate that has the color and shine of silver. Badges are first plated with a layer of nickel and then plated with a bright rhodium layer.
A deep gold that is plated directly over the raw brass metal. Then coated with a clear protective layer.
A gold tone finish that is first plated with a thin protective layer of nickel. Then a 1-3 mil layer of gold is plated over top giving the badge a very bright and clean finish.
Rhodium panels and center on a Hamilton Gold badge backing OR Hamilton Gold panels and center on a Rhodium badge backing.
Use the industry standard for my badge OR does not apply to my badge.
No curve is added to the badge. This dap is typically used on wallet badges and badges that will be mounted to a plaque.
The badge will have a slight left to right curve. This dap is normally used for eagle, shield and oval shaped badges worn on the shirt, coat or cap.
This is a slight round curve that is applied to star, circular and maltese shaped badges.