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Spyderco has released several coins, in the tradition of the 'challenge coin'

Appearance in catalogs

Spyderco Coins appeared in the following catalogs:

History, mentionings from the forums etc.

Information from the Spyderco catalog on the web


The SpyderCoin ’17 is a custom-minted coin that honors Spyderco’s longstanding support of our nation’s military and law enforcement personnel, their commitment to protecting the innocent, and their dedication to preserving our way of life. A symbolic statement of our company values, it reminds us that “It is the responsibility of good to stop evil from hurting the innocent” and encourages us to “Never give up,” “Never back up,” and “Never back down.” This handsome antique-bronze-finished coin has a unique Reuleaux triangle shape and is proudly stamped with the Spyderco logo and the year “2017.”[1]


SKU Shape Width/Diameter From/To MSRP Note Number made
SPYDERCOIN2017 Triangle 2017 $9.95(2017) N/A
COIN2020 Triangle 2020 $10.00(2020) 1000
COIN2021 Round 2021- $10.00 (2021) features an antique-nickel-finish N/A
COINFD Triangle shape 2021 $12.00(2021) Created to honor the bravery and service of our nation’s firefighters, this custom-minted coin reads: “Thank you to the brave men and women who fight the beast every day,” and “Support our firefighters.” Brilliantly nickel finished and painstakingly enamel filled, this stunning coin also bears the Spyderco “bug” logo and the year “2021.” Spyderco will donate a portion of the sales of every coin to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation, an organization that provides immediate financial and ongoing emotional support, advocacy, and recognition to fallen and injured wildland firefighters and their families. N/A

Most collectible variation

Spyderco has made a so-called WarriorChip Challenge Coins around 2012 as part of Spyderco's Op-Focus program and promotion, as explained by Michael Janich on the Spyderco online discussion forum[2]. And around 2015, Spyderco also made a more traditional Spyderco challenge coin. A picture can be seen on the Spyderco online discussion forum[3]. Both of these coins were never offered commercially.

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