As part of the patriotic partnership between GMRgold and the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation, The CKFF Commemorative Series was released on Veteran’s Day and has since become a popular series for those who support our nation’s Service men and women.
Only 5,000 of the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation Proof Coins were minted, and are available in air tight cases. The same coin featured in the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation Silver Signature Piece, the Proof Coin is the only collector’s quality coin of the series.
The one-ounce .999 fine silver commemorative coin is in Proof Condition, and is considered to be collector’s quality. Proof coins are struck multiple times to ensure a mirror like quality to the background giving a frosted finish to the raised parts of the coin.
The obverse shows a frog skeleton, the recognized symbol of fallen US Navy SEALs. The reticle (crosshair) is positioned over the right eye to honor Kyle’s brother and teammate, Ryan Job who was shot through his right eye in combat and later died from wounds related to his injuries. The frog’s arms and legs can also be re-arranged into the form of one of Kyle’s tattoos – a cross on his left bicep. Kyle spent his life serving others and did it to keep America a strong and beautiful place to live for his family and all families. In total, this design shows his heart of service for God, Country and Family.
Shown on the Reverse is the American Flag. To Kyle and his brothers in arms, this flag and all it stands for is worth something far greater than themselves. They offer their lives to protect it when our country calls, and their stories live in this flag.
Proceeds for these commemorative coins and bars will go towards supporting the efforts of the Foundation.
Founded by Taya Kyle and her dedicated team, the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation provides meaningful, interactive experiences to Service Members, First Responders and their families. All activities aim to enrich their family relationships, ensuring that the Kyle’s vision, desire, and legacy carry on now and into the future. For more information, go to chriskylefrogfoundation.org.