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Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin

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Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin

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Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin

$26.13
Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin Medallion Emblem Engraved in Solid Brass Metal Credits Tokens Sabacc Chips Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Batuu
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Jedi Path Vault Challenge Coin Medallion Emblem Engraved in Solid Brass Metal Credits Tokens Sabacc Chips Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Batuu

These Jedi Credits are made by me out of 1/8" thick solid brass. They are then laser engraved with the Jedi Emblem on one side and the Old Republic symbology on the reverse side. You can purchase this as a coin or a medallion in 2 different finishes. They can be brushed (a little more shiny and newer look) or they can come with an aged look (resembling an ancient coin that has been passed down from Jedi to Jedi for many generations). Please make the proper selection during checkout.

(1) Shiny Coin
(1) Aged Coin
(1) Shiny Medallion
(1) Aged Medallion

From Wookieepedia:

Jedi Credits, Jedi Medallions, or Jedcreds were decorative tokens unique to Old Republic Corellian Jedi. They were awarded when a Jedi Knight was elevated to Jedi Master; they would be given to the Jedi's former Master, and a dozen or so of his close friends, family, and students.

The Jedi Thame Cerulian was given a Jedi Credit when he became a Jedi Knight, and he put it inside his copy of the Jedi training manual The Jedi Path, for safe-keeping.

Corran Horn's father, Valin Horn, gave him a Jedi Credit which belonged to his grandfather, Nejaa Halcyon. Initially unaware of his Jedi heritage, Horn wore it around his neck on a gold chain, and Mirax Terrik identified it as a "Jedcred" when she first saw it. Horn later gave it to Mirax as a gift when he proposed to her. The credit was delivered to Horn as a warning when his wife was abducted by the Jensaarai in 11 ABY. Horn succeeded in eventually freeing his wife, and the credit remained in the family as an heirloom.

The coins and medallions are HEAVY. They are 1.5" in diameter. Each coin will be packaged in an an acrylic capsule for protection. The capsule may be scratched or chipped in some cases, but it will keep your coin safe from damage during shipping. Unlike 3-D printed options out there, these do not show the layers of build lines. Please do not turn me into the Republic for counterfeiting.

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