Non Sibi Sed Patriae Ancient Liberty US Navy Challenge Coin

(6 customer reviews)


Not for self, but country!

Ancient Coins

SKU: VSC-011 Categories: ,


The Non Sibi Sed Patriae Ancient Liberty US Navy Challenge Coin marks the US Navy’s connection to the history, lore and fighting spirit of the sea warriors of legendary past. The ancient coin of the United States Navy. Some coins define the time and history of the age they were minted in. Some nautical challenge coins define a people, a civilization or a culture of sea-going warriors that have become mythical. Throughout the ages as men have gone to sea to battle their adversaries on the waters, seas and oceans of the world their first rule was to successful navigate harrowing tides to reach the enemy. Not always successful in the case of the Spanish Armada as it moved to English shores only to be sunk by English seas and deadly winds. The Roman Trireme sailing to battle its enemies to only be sunk in Aegean or Mediterranean waters. Perhaps it was the Phoenicians that encountered troubles when delivering spices to the Fertile Crescent unable to reach quiet and peaceful shores. The second rule of the sea warriors was to win the battle. To do so meant having the right men at the helm, the right warrior on the deck, the sword drawn and the shield raised ready to board the enemy warship and set anarchy aboard the enemy vessel it encountered. Later it was the cannon, musket, and cutlass that would win the day. Today it is the missile, torpedo, naval air and the sophistication of modern day naval technology that turns the tide in a sea war. All of these battles and are encompassed in this ancient naval coin.

The United States has such a naval force and it has its ancient history and traditions and the spirit and backbone of its Sailors to reach a successful outcome. That is what the Non Sibi Sed Patriae Ancient Liberty US Navy Challenge Coin speaks to in its rich and ancient look.

The Non Sibi Sed Patriae Ancient Liberty US Navy Challenge Coin is a coin that marks the history of the United States Navy. The Roman Numerals MDCCLXXV represents 1776, the birth date of the United States Of America, displayed on the Kraken coin side with deadly eyes, tentacles ready to lash out splitting timbers, wreaking havoc to any sea going ship and sending it to Davey Jones’ Locker.  History changes, weapons change but sea warriors do not and this iconic and ancient look of a mariners coin connects and bridges the sea warrior of the past with the US Navy today.

The reverse side of this Non Sibi Sed Patriae Ancient Liberty US Navy Challenge Coin displays the American bald Eagle, with words U.S.A. and Liberty which connect our naval warriors to their people. The Eagle clutches the arrows for war and its other claw grasps an olive branch suggesting peace which the US Navy can provide in kind. This is a US Navy Challenge Coin with an ancient look, has the character of raging mane, displays timeless sea traditions both in design and craftsmanship and personifies the ancient warrior and its connection to the United States Navy. Fair Winds And Following Seas!

Check out more US Navy coins at Navy Crow!

  • Highly detailed 3D Coin
  • Antique Gold and Antique Silver Plating
  • 4 mm thickness
  • 1.75″ Size
  • Numbered Serialization
  • Limited Edition

Navy Crow has for years been supporting the men and women of the United States Navy. It is officially licensed and approved by the United States Navy at the Pentagon. For several years Navy Crow has been developing unique military artwork like the US Navy Non Sibi Sed Patrias Challenge Coin for US military challenge coins that serve as a reminder of one’s career in the US Navy, the commands, ships, squadrons and special activities and events our US Sailors have undergone and participated in. It is an honor to serve you.

Additional information

Weight 1.0 lbs

6 reviews for Non Sibi Sed Patriae Ancient Liberty US Navy Challenge Coin

  1. Chris Knappenberger (verified owner)

    Awesome Product, Excellent Service!!!

  2. Ray D. (verified owner)

    Looks better in person and has weight to it.

  3. ARTHUR H (verified owner)

    I’d give you a 5 but I never do that ever, because there is always room to improve. I am satisfied with the product and the service. Thank you.

  4. Thomas Brandon (verified owner)

    Great coin for any Navy Vet

  5. Jay Hughes (verified owner)

    Great Shellback coin!

  6. Sherry Stephens (verified owner)

    This was a gift for my husband. He had always wanted a challenge coin. It’s beautiful!❤️

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may also like…