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Infantry $1 clocks available


Mike Rothwell of the company, CoinClocks™, is producing custom pieces incorporating the U.S. Mint’s 2012-W Infantry Soldier silver dollar commemorative and battalion companies’ shoulder sleeve insignias upon request.

The clocks are heirloom quality, according to Rothwell, constructed with 1/2-inch medium density fiberboard. An archival Giclée print is used for durability. The quartz clock mechanism carries a two-year warranty.

Available clock sizes and their prices are: 12-inch for $69.95, 18-inch for $99.95, 24-inch for $149.95, 30-inch for $199.95, 36-inch for $269.95 and 48-inch for $399.95. All prices include UPS Ground shipping.

All Army battalion shoulder sleeve insignias are available by request. Alternatively, the space can be left blank or personalized with a soldier’s name at no extra charge.

For more details, or to order, email info@coinclocks.co, call (507) 724-6681, or visit www.coinclocks.co.

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2 Responses to Infantry $1 clocks available

  1. coinclocks says:

    Hi. This is Mike, the owner of CoinClocks™. I noticed there was an error in the article with regards to my email and website addresses. FYI, my email is “info@coinclocks.CO” (not .coM) and same with my website, http://www.coinclocks.CO – not .coM. I thought it also prudent to provide a link with an enlarged image that shows the details better than a small thumbnail. This is a flash clock I created that shows realtime online, no matter what your time zone!


    Lastly, I created this clock to honor my son, Jack Rothwell, who just enlisted in the U.S. Army last month. This is his Battalion Company logo. I wanted to make a special clock for him from this unique U.S. Mint Commemorative and thought other parents/spouses/family members might want one for their Soldier as well! HOOAH!

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