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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    4/7/2017

    HALLOWED / BE THY NAME THY / KINGDOM COME THY / WILL BE DONE ON EAR- / TH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN / GIVE US THIS DAY OUR / DAILY BREAD AND FOR / GIVE US OUR TRESPAS- / SES AS WE FOR GIVE / THEM WHO TRESPASS / AGAINST US AND LE- / AD US NOT INTO TEMP- / TATION BUT DELIV- / ER US FROM / EVIL AMEN // GOOD / FOR A / PRAYER / MISSION INN / FEB. 1&2, 1964 / G.E.S. MEETING / RIVERSIDE, CALIF. / Dottie Dow / elongated coin / SPECIALIST / P.O. Box 5238 / PHOENIX / ARIZ. / 85010 y □ Cast 36x20 mm. [D.Dhst 8] STATE FAIR / 19 (BUILDING) 32 / CAPITOL / PHOENIX, ARIZ // GOOD / FOR THE / TAX ON THE / COIN- A-RAMA / MEDAL / FEBRUARY 21,22,23, 1964 / Dottie Dow / Elongated Coin / Specialist / P.O. Box 5238 / Phoenix / 85010 V □ Cast 31x19 mm. [D.Dhst 9] CALIFORNIA / PROSPERITY / (mining scene) / 1849 / THE GOLDEN STATE // G


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 33, No. 3 (133)

    9/1/2012

    ws and reminded the members that the society reaps financial rewards from BANC. SHOW-AND-TELL: Russ Sears stepped up first and displayed a medal from the Maryland Steel Company issued for a home show with the date Sep.8-Oct. 6 1906. The medal featured a portable dry-dock. Another award medal was from Bata Shoes dated 1876-1932. The company was located in Bell Camp, Harford County. Ed Craig had an elongated coin from a rolling machine at the Giants ball park. The sponsor was Old Navy and the elongated coin elongated coin listed the baseball game giants vu the Baltimore Orioles from the interleague play in 2002 The MD TAMS next meeting will be the Swap Meet on October 6‘^ followed by the meeting On November 1 in concert with the Whitman show. The meeting was adjourned at 1 1 :45 a.m. and after a short bre


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1

    2/1/1970

    LIMITED ISSUE ONLY 500 Sets CENTS ONLY 100 Sets SILVER DIMES THE JIM BEAM ELONGATED "COIN” SERIES 72 Different in each set Only $29.95 We have issued 72 different elongated coins in 1969 and will issue 72 different Coins in 1970, 6 different each month. We believe this will be the WORLD'S LARGEST SERIES OF ELONGATED COINS WITH A LIMITED ISSUE OF ONLY 500 Each. With each order we will send the complete listing for 1969 and 1970, if you would like to subscribe for the entire issue. For the Beginner-Novice. ..We will send you Six (6) difterent for $3.95, then if you want to


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 33, No. 3 (133)

    9/1/2012

    ws and reminded the members that the society reaps financial rewards from BANC. SHOW-AND-TELL: Russ Sears stepped up first and displayed a medal from the Maryland Steel Company issued for a home show with the date Sep.8-Oct. 6 1906. The medal featured a portable dry-dock. Another award medal was from Bata Shoes dated 1876-1932. The company was located in Bell Camp, Harford County. Ed Craig had an elongated coin from a rolling machine at the Giants ball park. The sponsor was Old Navy and the elongated coin elongated coin listed the baseball game giants vu the Baltimore Orioles from the interleague play in 2002 The MD TAMS next meeting will be the Swap Meet on October 6‘^ followed by the meeting On November 1 in concert with the Whitman show. The meeting was adjourned at 1 1 :45 a.m. and after a short bre


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1

    2/1/1970

    LIMITED ISSUE ONLY 500 Sets CENTS ONLY 100 Sets SILVER DIMES THE JIM BEAM ELONGATED "COIN” SERIES 72 Different in each set Only $29.95 We have issued 72 different elongated coins in 1969 and will issue 72 different Coins in 1970, 6 different each month. We believe this will be the WORLD'S LARGEST SERIES OF ELONGATED COINS WITH A LIMITED ISSUE OF ONLY 500 Each. With each order we will send the complete listing for 1969 and 1970, if you would like to subscribe for the entire issue. For the Beginner-Novice. ..We will send you Six (6) difterent for $3.95, then if you want to


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    N.O.W. News, Spring 2008

    4/1/2008

    rate their buildings or advertise their special events. Occasionally, a local coin club or other organization has is- sued a token associated with a particular site. Collecting these numismatic items can add to the pleasure of visiting these special places. Over the past thirty years I have visited many of Wisconsin’s cultural institutions and have accumulated a fair number of medals, tokens, and elongated coins related to these sites. It does not appear that these items have been cataloged elsewhere, so I recently initiated an effort to assemble a catalog of tokens related to Wisconsin’s museums and zoos. In this article, I would like to share a few representa- tive examples of these numismatic items and request the assistance of fellow collectors in my cataloging endeavor. Milwaukee Public Museum Elon


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    Winning Ways: Official Publication of Women in Numismatics, vol. 4, no. 4

    10/1/1995

    e Board. You decide the future direction for WIN. Ken Bressett, ANA President, pulled the winning tickets from the box held by Barbara Sisneros, WIN Treasurer. First prize award went to Clyde Brinkman of Wisconsin. Clyde purchased a ticket from Nancy Wilson at the Central States show in Milwaukee. Two Disneyland tickets, good for any time, were sent with our congratualtions. Second prize of WIN's elongated coin set was presented to Ginger Pike of David Pike Rare Coins. Third prize of John Highfill's U.S. Silver Dollar Encyclope- dia (autographed by several contributors to the book) was awarded to Gail Watson of Bowers and Merena. Congratulations to our Winners! Ginger Pike won WIN's second prize. The elongated coin set (1994)#! of 5. WINNING WAYS. ..WOMEN IN NUMISMATICS Page 1 1


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    Winning Ways: Official Publication of Women in Numismatics, vol. 5, no. 3

    7/1/1996

    s and informative lecture on “How to Collect Collectibles For Nothing. .."Almost." The meeting was adjourned at approximately 9am. Sincerely, Cindy Mohon, Secretary Donation Received WIN thanks Cindy Grellman for her donation of $40 to WIN's general fund. Who said auctions aren't fun? WIN's new Secretary, Cindy Mohon, had to try out the carousel horses in Central Park, NY City between ses- sions. elongated coin Sets At the Long Beach Board meeting WIN decided to sell the remainder of it's elongated coin sets rather than use the sets only as prizes. The Board also decided to order another batch of elongated cents and the five (5) complete coin sets for Denver, CO ANA, 1996. You can still pick up the 1995 Anaheim set if you hurry at the bargain price of $25.00. First check or call; first served basis. Cur


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    Calcoin News, vol. 44, no. 2

    3/1/1990

    II- 6-69 800 45lh San Diego S-1373 .Silver II- 6-69 7 46lh Saenimento S- 1 386 Copper 4-24-70 500 46th Saeraniento S- 1 386 Silver 4-24-70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 387 Oxidi/ed Bron/e IO-.3O-70 500 47th 1 os Angeles S-1387 Silver IO-.3O-70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S-1392 WoiHlen Nickel IO-.3O-70 300 4-’th 1 os Angeles S-1392 Silver Wooden Nickel l(E,30-70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 387 Ic 1970 C.SN.A elongated coin I0-.30-70 200 4''th 1 os Angeles S-1387 lOc 1970 eSNA Elongated Coin 10- .30- 70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 283 Postcard with Elongated Cent KE.30-70 .300 47th 1 os Angeles S-1283 Postcard with Elongated Dime I0-.3O-70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 338 Conttiins I wo Bron/e Medals IO-.30-70 200 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 338 Conttiins Silver 43rd & Bron/e I0-.3(E70 10 4Sth fresno S-1424 0\iili/ed Bron/e 4


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    The TNA News, July-August 2009

    7/1/2009

    announcements were made that evening. Bill reported that he really enjoyed the TNA Convention that was recently held in Ft. Worth. It was announced that the ANA Mid-Year convention will be held in Ft. Worth in March 2010. All members were asked to sign the coin show volunteer workers list before the meeting closed. Participating in the roundtable was Cliff Anderson who brought a very interesting elongated coin. Scott Allen showed a Washington, D.C. variety of the new Duke Ellington quarter. Karla Galindo brought a set of three Red Goose colorful paper play money that was issued in the 1930s. They were 5, 10 and 20 fun unit denominations. In addition, she also had four pieces of Red Goose five dollar premium money tokens from the 1930s in white, green and gray fiber and one in copper. Frank Galindo had


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 27, No. 4 (110)

    12/1/2006

    with 17 members and 3 guests in attendance (attendance sheet attached) II- Minutes of our last meeting (10-07-06) not available III- Treasurer's Report (copy attached): Read by Treasurer (R. Ruby). Said report to stand unless/until it is audited IV- Committees: a-Joumal: Editor (W. Mumford) absent. President Craig encouraged everyone to write an article for our Journal and send it to W. Mumford b-elongated coins:M. Hajek advised no progress c- References: Work in progress on several subjects V- Old Business:None VI - New Business: a-E. Craig asked for a volunteer to be our program director for next year but, no one "stepped" forward b-E. Craig noted that we need a new Executive Director/Bourse Chairman for BANC (we are one of the three members of BANC) as he would no longer be able to be that person so,


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 31, No. 4 (126)

    12/1/2010

    David Bowers autographing a book he wrote. Bill purchased the book at the Harford Com Huskers meeting. 4. Carl Neeley asked if anyone new of a medal issued for the 375 th anniversary of Maryland. Carl happened to find one medal for the occasion. SHOW-AND-TELL: 1. Bill Lenz displayed a fifth year alumnus medal from Johns Hopkins University which was recently awarded to him. 2. Russ Sears showed an elongated coin rolled on a gold coin for the 1 939 World’s Fair Celebration which he recently added to his elongated coin collection. 3. Walt Barczak displayed a 1 962 license tag for a garbage scow. PROGRAM: There was no program presented for today’s meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 1 1 :50 AM followed by an auction after a short break. AUCTION: There were 48 lots in the auction with 29 lots sold. Seven m


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    The Nor'wester

    7/1/2014

    e. Dennis Reed accepted the award for National Coin Week for the Olympia Coin Club. Four Presidential Awards were presented to the following individuals for their personal accomplish- ments and contributions. Gene Henry - Donations of Washington Com- mem. medals and to the traveling display. Michael Labosier - Past convention chair and as outgoing secretary. Scott McLaine - Cent donations for the elongated coin machine. Rick Schulz - Organizational management of the elongated coin machine and traveling display. The Nystrom Award was presented to James Free as a goodwill ambassador, and the Everett Memorial Award with $250 was given to Bill McKivor. Danny asked for any final comments or questions. Cindi Snow Ray with ANACS thanked everyone for another great show. Gerald Williams suggested that voting for


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    N.O.W. News, Spring 2008

    4/1/2008

    rate their buildings or advertise their special events. Occasionally, a local coin club or other organization has is- sued a token associated with a particular site. Collecting these numismatic items can add to the pleasure of visiting these special places. Over the past thirty years I have visited many of Wisconsin’s cultural institutions and have accumulated a fair number of medals, tokens, and elongated coins related to these sites. It does not appear that these items have been cataloged elsewhere, so I recently initiated an effort to assemble a catalog of tokens related to Wisconsin’s museums and zoos. In this article, I would like to share a few representa- tive examples of these numismatic items and request the assistance of fellow collectors in my cataloging endeavor. Milwaukee Public Museum Elon


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    Winning Ways: Official Publication of Women in Numismatics, vol. 4, no. 4

    10/1/1995

    e Board. You decide the future direction for WIN. Ken Bressett, ANA President, pulled the winning tickets from the box held by Barbara Sisneros, WIN Treasurer. First prize award went to Clyde Brinkman of Wisconsin. Clyde purchased a ticket from Nancy Wilson at the Central States show in Milwaukee. Two Disneyland tickets, good for any time, were sent with our congratualtions. Second prize of WIN's elongated coin set was presented to Ginger Pike of David Pike Rare Coins. Third prize of John Highfill's U.S. Silver Dollar Encyclope- dia (autographed by several contributors to the book) was awarded to Gail Watson of Bowers and Merena. Congratulations to our Winners! Ginger Pike won WIN's second prize. The elongated coin set (1994)#! of 5. WINNING WAYS. ..WOMEN IN NUMISMATICS Page 1 1


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    Winning Ways: Official Publication of Women in Numismatics, vol. 5, no. 3

    7/1/1996

    s and informative lecture on “How to Collect Collectibles For Nothing. .."Almost." The meeting was adjourned at approximately 9am. Sincerely, Cindy Mohon, Secretary Donation Received WIN thanks Cindy Grellman for her donation of $40 to WIN's general fund. Who said auctions aren't fun? WIN's new Secretary, Cindy Mohon, had to try out the carousel horses in Central Park, NY City between ses- sions. elongated coin Sets At the Long Beach Board meeting WIN decided to sell the remainder of it's elongated coin sets rather than use the sets only as prizes. The Board also decided to order another batch of elongated cents and the five (5) complete coin sets for Denver, CO ANA, 1996. You can still pick up the 1995 Anaheim set if you hurry at the bargain price of $25.00. First check or call; first served basis. Cur


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    The Shekel, vol. 7, no. 4 (Winter 1974)

    /1974

    ooking for lucky numbers on their tickets. The evening’s entertainment was brightened by an interlude of Israeli folk dancers; background music was provided by the world famous tam- borinist “Moisha” Bram! A letter of greetings was read from Yitzhak Avni, Director-General of the Israel Gov- ernment Coins and Medals Corpora- tion , who sent his regards and best wishes to everyone in attendance. An elongated coin honoring the recent Great Lakes Seminar hosted by INS of Michigan was rolled on an Israeli five- agorot and on an American Lincoln cent. A limited issue of 1,000 elongated coins were issued. Specimens of either coin are still available at 50c each, plus a case, by writing to INS of Michigan c/o 23450 Sco- tia,, Oak Park, Michigan 48237 . Special thanks was extended to Mr. Jacob Hennenberg of the


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    Calcoin News, vol. 44, no. 2

    3/1/1990

    II- 6-69 800 45lh San Diego S-1373 .Silver II- 6-69 7 46lh Saenimento S- 1 386 Copper 4-24-70 500 46th Saeraniento S- 1 386 Silver 4-24-70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 387 Oxidi/ed Bron/e IO-.3O-70 500 47th 1 os Angeles S-1387 Silver IO-.3O-70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S-1392 WoiHlen Nickel IO-.3O-70 300 4-’th 1 os Angeles S-1392 Silver Wooden Nickel l(E,30-70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 387 Ic 1970 C.SN.A elongated coin I0-.30-70 200 4''th 1 os Angeles S-1387 lOc 1970 eSNA Elongated Coin 10- .30- 70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 283 Postcard with Elongated Cent KE.30-70 .300 47th 1 os Angeles S-1283 Postcard with Elongated Dime I0-.3O-70 10 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 338 Conttiins I wo Bron/e Medals IO-.30-70 200 47th 1 os Angeles S- 1 338 Conttiins Silver 43rd & Bron/e I0-.3(E70 10 4Sth fresno S-1424 0\iili/ed Bron/e 4


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    The TNA News, July-August 2009

    7/1/2009

    announcements were made that evening. Bill reported that he really enjoyed the TNA Convention that was recently held in Ft. Worth. It was announced that the ANA Mid-Year convention will be held in Ft. Worth in March 2010. All members were asked to sign the coin show volunteer workers list before the meeting closed. Participating in the roundtable was Cliff Anderson who brought a very interesting elongated coin. Scott Allen showed a Washington, D.C. variety of the new Duke Ellington quarter. Karla Galindo brought a set of three Red Goose colorful paper play money that was issued in the 1930s. They were 5, 10 and 20 fun unit denominations. In addition, she also had four pieces of Red Goose five dollar premium money tokens from the 1930s in white, green and gray fiber and one in copper. Frank Galindo had


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 27, No. 4 (110)

    12/1/2006

    with 17 members and 3 guests in attendance (attendance sheet attached) II- Minutes of our last meeting (10-07-06) not available III- Treasurer's Report (copy attached): Read by Treasurer (R. Ruby). Said report to stand unless/until it is audited IV- Committees: a-Joumal: Editor (W. Mumford) absent. President Craig encouraged everyone to write an article for our Journal and send it to W. Mumford b-elongated coins:M. Hajek advised no progress c- References: Work in progress on several subjects V- Old Business:None VI - New Business: a-E. Craig asked for a volunteer to be our program director for next year but, no one "stepped" forward b-E. Craig noted that we need a new Executive Director/Bourse Chairman for BANC (we are one of the three members of BANC) as he would no longer be able to be that person so,


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 31, No. 4 (126)

    12/1/2010

    David Bowers autographing a book he wrote. Bill purchased the book at the Harford Com Huskers meeting. 4. Carl Neeley asked if anyone new of a medal issued for the 375 th anniversary of Maryland. Carl happened to find one medal for the occasion. SHOW-AND-TELL: 1. Bill Lenz displayed a fifth year alumnus medal from Johns Hopkins University which was recently awarded to him. 2. Russ Sears showed an elongated coin rolled on a gold coin for the 1 939 World’s Fair Celebration which he recently added to his elongated coin collection. 3. Walt Barczak displayed a 1 962 license tag for a garbage scow. PROGRAM: There was no program presented for today’s meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 1 1 :50 AM followed by an auction after a short break. AUCTION: There were 48 lots in the auction with 29 lots sold. Seven m


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    Bunyan's Chips

    /1982

    say Happy Valentines Day the wooden money way. 'Ve not only please our loved ones by having their name on the wooden money and the wooden money becomes a collectors item by many of the wooden money collectors. As we all know many nice Valentine wooden money has been in the past I few years. 1 also mad a special wooden postcard size wood made for this special day. As l said before my first love is elongated coins. 1 also have T 'wr. machine to maice the elongated coins that i want. So when 1 make these large postcard size wood l always nave an elongated coin in mind to go wit.n the postcard wood. I design one idea for St. Valentines bay and an elongated coin to go witr. the wood, once 1 receive the wood 1 either add on or paint the wood so no one else would have my wood to sell but me. To this 1 added ti


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    The Nor'wester

    7/1/2014

    e. Dennis Reed accepted the award for National Coin Week for the Olympia Coin Club. Four Presidential Awards were presented to the following individuals for their personal accomplish- ments and contributions. Gene Henry - Donations of Washington Com- mem. medals and to the traveling display. Michael Labosier - Past convention chair and as outgoing secretary. Scott McLaine - Cent donations for the elongated coin machine. Rick Schulz - Organizational management of the elongated coin machine and traveling display. The Nystrom Award was presented to James Free as a goodwill ambassador, and the Everett Memorial Award with $250 was given to Bill McKivor. Danny asked for any final comments or questions. Cindi Snow Ray with ANACS thanked everyone for another great show. Gerald Williams suggested that voting for


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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    4/7/2017

    y □ Cast 36x20 mm. [D.Dhst IIB] WORLDS FAIR ST. LOUIS, 1904 / (bulling) / MISSOURI / STATE BUILDING // Good / for a / BIG SMILE / 5th Annual / St. Louis, Mo. / Coin Festival / Aug. 15-18, 1964 / the elongated coin / SPECIALIST / Dottie Dow / Box 5238 / Phoenix / Ariz. V □ Cast 36x20 mm. [D.Dhst 12] (Niagara Falls scene) NIAGARA // GOOD / FOR ONE / HANDSHAKE / 1964 ANA Conv. / Cleveland, Ohio / DOTTIE DOW / P.O. BOX 5238 / Phoenix, Ariz. / specialist in / elongated / coins V □ Cast 35x18 mm. [D.Dhst 13] NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR / 1964 / (Unisphere) / 1965 / THE UNISPHERE // GOOD / FOR ONE / HANDSHAKE / 1964 AN


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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists

    4/7/2017

    y □ JOIN IN THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS 163 x 93 mm. 37* N.E.N.A. / CONVENTION / (NENA logo) Botticelli stamp, cancelled December 11, 1981 Inclusion - elongated Kirka Christmas issue V □ 165 X 92 mm. Boston ANA Convention 1982 20 cent stamp; cancelled August 17, 1982 Inclusion - elongated coin; ANA / CONVENTION / BOSTON, / MASS / PRES. SALLY / & / SEC. AL KIRKA V □ 1982-D Lincoln cent, 164 x 93 mm. y □ 1977 Roosevelt dime, 164 x 93 mm. TEC -ANA issue 1982 20 cent stamp; cancelled August 17, 1982 Inclusion - elongated coin; TEC Owl; AWARD COIN / T.E.C. / SALLY KIRKA - PRES. y □ 1982-D Lincoln cent, 164 x 93 mm. y □ 1965 Washington quarter; 164 X 93 mm. 15* Anniversary / The Elongated Co


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    WEST VIRGINIA ELONGATED COIN MACHINE ARTICLE

    WEST VIRGINIA ELONGATED COIN MACHINE ARTICLE

    03/12/2006

    WEST VIRGINIA elongated coin MACHINE ARTICLE http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v09n11a25.html The E-Sylum: Volume 9, Number 11, March 12, 2006, Article 25WEST VIRGINIA ELONGATED COIN MACHINE ARTICLEThe Daily Mail of Charleston, West Virginia published an articleon March 6 about a former pipe fitter now in business operatingmachines that make elongated cent souvenirs:"In the lobby of the sophisticated Clay Center, surrounded


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    ANOTHER ELONGATED COIN PRESS REPORT

    ANOTHER ELONGATED COIN PRESS REPORT

    03/26/2006

    ANOTHER elongated coin PRESS REPORT http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v09n13a22.html The E-Sylum: Volume 9, Number 13, March 26, 2006, Article 22ANOTHER ELONGATED COIN PRESS REPORTDick Johnson writes: "Of all the peripheral numismatic material,elongated coins, it seems, gets the greatest amount of mainstreampress. Forty years ago articles on elongated items were no whereto be found. Today it seems there is one a week.


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    ANGELO ROSATO, 1921 - 2012

    12/30/2012

    ANGELO ROSATO, 1921 - 2012 http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v15n54a07.html Back to top Ben Gastfriend writes: Angelo A. Rosato, author of the tome Encyclopedia of the Modern Elongated (a standard reference), and several other books and pamphlets on the topic of elongated coins, passed away on November 13th. Rosato was a jeweler by trade, a producer of elongated coins, and a past-president of The Elongated Collectors. Rosato is also notable for his large collection of Kennedy exonumia. Aubrey Mayhew bought this collection and referenced much of it in his book The World's Tribute to John F. Kennedy in Medallic Art. Thanks to Ben for letting us know, and providing th


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    SALLY KIRKA'S NUMISMATIC LITERARY GUILD ELONGATED COINS

    01/18/2015

    SALLY KIRKA'S NUMISMATIC LITERARY GUILD elongated coinS http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v18n03a15.html Dave Alexander submitted this information about elongated coins Sally Kirka made for the Numismatic Literary Guild. Thanks. -Editor Elongated coin people were among the most important early leaders of the Numismatic Literary Guild, NLG. Think Lee Martin and Dottie Dow, "Yesterday's Elongateds." Sally provided a whole series of elo


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    ANA LEGACY SERIES TO INTERVIEW DAVID SUNDMAN

    08/07/2016

    mismatist in 1955, and opened Empire Coin Co. in 1958. Since then, Q. David Bowers has become one of the leading experts in numismatic rarities, and joined forces with Stack's Galleries to form Stack's Bowers Galleries in 2011. In his interview, Bowers explains how he began collecting at a young age, and expands on his career Ray Dillard Ray Dillard, affectionately known as "The Father of elongated coin Collecting," has been collecting since the 1960s. He started attending ANA conventions with his elongated coin machine in the 1980s. In his interview, Dillard recalls how his love for collecting elongated coins began, and his work within the hobby. Steve Ivy and Jim Halperin Steve Ivy and Jim Halperin are co-chairmen of Heritage Auctions, formed in 1982. (Heritage Auctions is the third la


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    PENNYBANDZ: WEAR YOUR SOUVENIR ELONGATED CENT

    07/16/2017

    PENNYBANDZ: WEAR YOUR SOUVENIR ELONGATED CENT http://www.coinbooks.org/v20/esylum_v20n29a19.html On a related note, Dick Johnson shares these thoughts on a new product for displaying (and wearing) elongated coin souvenirs. Thanks! -Editor Innovation is alive in the coin field. Native Texan Albert Guerro found a niche in the numismatic field and built a viable business with elongated cents. Or pressed pennies or smashed coins or whatever you wish to call them. On a trip to Colorado, after his son had gathered half a dozen elongated cents, he wondered what to do with them now. Inspired he came up with t


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    Presidents' Sale

    ANNIVERSARY, 1904. 44.5mm. Bronze. (W&H). Loop at top removed. AU. (B) 1101 HK 674. NEW JERSEY SESQUICENTENNIAL, 1926. Silver plated bronze. XF/AU. (B) 1102 HK 832. WHIPPLE DOLLAR. CA. 1878. Nice bright Unc. (C) 1103 HK 834. BICKFORD DOLLAR. Lustrous Unc. Scarce in such a high grade. (C) 1104 HK 835. ANOTHER BICKFORD DOLLAR. This one has a brass center and is in About Uncirculated condition. (C) elongated coinS We are pleased to offer our first extensive listing of elongated coins in quite a while. Attributions are according to the out-of-print standard reference, 'Yesterday’s Elongateds" by Martin & Dow and Doug Fairbanks "The Elongated Coin Collector's Guide to "Unlisteds". For those collectors who do not have these references, our first two lots will be of interest. MARTIN & DOW, YESTERDAY'S ELONGAT


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    American Numismatic Biographies

    11/3/2012

    d to Josephine Granata with children. Employed with IBM, retired in 1971. Served on the City of Poughkeepsie Board of Education. He collected and produced wooden money. He died at Poughkeepsie, New York Obit CW 4/3/85 Dillard, Raymond W. Collector (L2016) Married with daughters. Employed with General Motors until retirement in 1981. He attended the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition where he saw elongated coin machines. He collected the coins 50 years later. Past President of the Michigan State Numismatic Society. Vice President and Prestident for TEC The Elongated Collector. Honored with a Numismatic News Numismatic Ambassador Award. In 1981 he bought a rolling machine and began producing elongated coins. He travels the country promoting the hobby at coin shows. He received an ANA Medal of Merit in 20


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    N.O.W. News, Fall 2000

    10/1/2000

    The Waukesha Coin Club commissioned an elongated cent to celebrate their 31st annual coin show, which was held last Spring. A large “2000” is the central design of the elongated coin. The elongated cent is the 10th in a series. Previous years’ elongates render the club’s logo as its central design. Anyone interested in purchasing samples of the elongated cents should send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with 50b per coin to: Waukesha Coin Club 1912 Laura Lane Waukesha, Wl 53186-2808 The Indian Hill Coin Club has issued an elongated wooden nickel and a wooden nickel “wampum


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    N.O.W. News, 1966, no. 3

    8/1/1966

    pe called EXHIBITORS ' STEW? Well, let's peer into the simmering pot 1 try to determine what this savery brew is made of. It looks like.... g- cup Paper Money 2 cups U.S. and Foreign Coins 3 Tab. Gold 2 Tsp. Medals and maybe a token or two (optional for flavor) What have we forgotten??? Pitty the poor chef who says Lots and Lots of Odd and Curious. We have a smudging of coins with mint errors, an elongated coin or two, a token that somebody forgot to add with the tokens, an ancient coin (which you must admit is odd since you can't get one in change at the store every day) and, oh yes, we also have a couple of something or others like cowrie shells, Gizzi Penny, African ring money, and maybe a piece of jade or two. It must all be Odd and Cur- ious, but let's reread our cookbook again just to make sure. N


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    N.O.W. News, June 1986

    6/1/1986

    ion Convention in Milwaukee -from August 6th through |>th, 1986. If you intend to become a Milwaukee ANA Patron, why not gn up now and guarantee your listing in the ANA Program? As an added bonus, the Milwaukee Numismatic Society will be larding their 50 year anniversary medal and special elongated sets to patrons (five of each). The medals are gold plated bronze and semble >a $50 gold piece. The elongated coin sets depict MECCA, the te of the 1986 ANA, and were made in denominations from 1 cent irough the dollar. These special sets were made in a very limited imber. The drawing for these ten prizes will be held at the lwaukee 1986 ANA Convention. The drawing will take place in the >spitality room during the Milwaukee Numismatic Society's sponsored y. _


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    Missouri Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 24

    7/1/1999

    s” were vigilantes who enforced their version of law and order in southwestern Missouri. This group was performing before Branson became a major tourist attraction with the influx of “name” performers from Nashville. This piece has a beaded border. *1. THE / BALD KNOBBERS / HILLBILLY JAMBOREE SHOW / BRANSON, MO. (flanked by whip-like ornaments) (DP-H) VERNON COUNTY, NEVADA: BUSHWACKER MUSEUM This elongated coin, which has a beaded border, was collected sometime in the 1970’s. It is unknown if the penny press is still in operation. * 1 . BUSHWACKER MUSEUM / (building) R. A. / NEVADA, MO. (DP-H) WEST-CENTRAL MISSOURI - KANSAS CITY AREA Penny presses were reported to be in use in several major Kansas City attrac- tions: the Kansas City Zoo, the Nelson Galleries, and the Kansas City Museum. None of these ha


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    Missouri Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 24

    7/1/1999

    traders were common in Southeast Missouri.) Due to difficulties with their four impression machine, Lambert’s Cafe dis- continued the service. The designs are now retired but the die was not can- celled. Perhaps, at some future time, the penny press will return to Lambert’s. SOUTHWESTERN MISSOURI To date, the author has been told of one possible modern location in south- western Missouri where an elongated coin machine was installed. There may be a penny press in the North Park Mall in Joplin, MO. DALLAS AND LACLEDE COUNTIES: BENNETT SPRING STATE PARK 1 . Obv. (fish right) / ( all within a beaded border) Rev. BENNETT SPRING / STATE PARK 1997 (no back border) (DP-V) JASPER COUNTY, WEBB CITY: ERISCO CHURCH This elongated cent was purchased through an auction. It is doubtful that the penny press is still i


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    Missouri Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 24

    7/1/1999

    THOSE / WHO TRESPASS / AGAINST US, AND / LEAD US NOT INTO / TEMPTATION BUT / DELIVER US / PROM EVIL. / AMEN (DP-V) 3. SOUVENIR / OP / THE SHOW / ME STATE / (an arch and MISSOURI superimposed on an outline map of Missouri) / GATEWAY / TO THE / WEST (DP-H) 4. (Mizzou tiger facing, snarling) / MIZZOU (bold letters) (DP-H) SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI To date, the author has found only one location where an elongated coin machine was installed. As noted below, the penny press is no longer available. SCOTT COUNTY, SIKESTON : LAMBERT’S CAPE Lambert’ s Cafe, a popular tourist rest stop and eatery, is famous for free por- tions added to the printed menu and its custom of “throwed rolls.” Large, and very hot, dinner rolls are literally tossed to the customers who usually laugh at their attempts to catch and hold onto t


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    Missouri Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 24

    7/1/1999

    ime in the traffic line, to park your vehicle, and secure your tickets. Now, you are ready for a Six Flags- St. Louis scavenger hunt to find the ten machines that “roll” pennies or quarters. Proceed through the ticket gate directly to the Looney Tunes Main Street Market, enter, and walk to the east cashiers’ counter. Look right and there is machine #1 which rolls two designs. All of the Six Flags elongated coin dies have full or partial beaded borders. 1. (Taz and Bugs Bunny standing facing) / Six Flags / St. Louis / c 99 WARNER BROS (minute letters) (DP-V) 2. (Sylvester holding Tweety facing left) / Six Flags / St. Louis / c 99 WARNER BROS (minute letters) (DP-V) Leave the Looney Tunes Main St. Market and cross the street to The Elags Gift Shop. Machine #2, with three dies, is in front by the doorway.


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    The Clarion, vol. 16, no. 3

    9/1/1999

    PAN member Ray Dillard (the “Elon- gated King,” from Michigan) won a second-place exhibit award in the elongated coin category for showing “Commemorative & Elongated Coins- Chicago World’s Fair, 1933-34.” Two of the above exhibit winners were also educational speakers in the “Numismatic Theatre” - Jerry Kochel and Sam Deep. (See the arti- cle about Sam Deep’s presentation, “Are You a Numismatist?” in this issue of the Clarion.) Oh yes - another advantage of being an exhibitor or exhibit judge is that you receive


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    The Clarion, vol. 16, no. 4

    12/1/1999

    p.m.) And, of course, a similar program for youngsters will again be at the PAN Show, which takes place on May 13, 2000 (2 p.m.) at Monroeville’s ExpoMart. The Banquet The banquet was another “winner,” featuring Prime Rib of Beef or Orange Roughy (diner’s choice) plus all the trimmings. The Master of Ceremonies was Jerry Kochel, who introduced honored guests such as Paul Gi’kes from Coin World , elongated coin expert Ray Dillard from Michigan, Hipschen of the B.E.P., and money artist Boggs. Kochel also introduced past PAN Presidents on hand - Don Carlucci, John Eshbach, Rich Cross and Wayne Homren - as well as our current PAN President, Kathy Sarosi, who discussed PAN plans for 2000. Among those plans: PAN will be sending $100 worth of numismatic books to 29 major libraries across Pennsylvania. And Jer


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    Missouri Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 23

    7/1/1998

    Independent African Countries France and Colonies (Coins of the World) Jewish Coins Catalogue of Milk or Dairy Tokens (revised version in two volumes) The Coinage and Banknotes of Ireland 1928-1968 The Rolled Coins (revised by A. Rosato) The Rolled Coins (revised by D. Wilkinson) Jewish Symbols on Ancient Jewish Coins Norges mynter i 150 ar 1816-1966 (2nd ed. - 1969) A Tribute to John F. Kennedy elongated coin Productions (rev. - 1996 updated edition) 35


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    The Centinel, vol. 29, no. 3

    9/1/1981

    Road Milwaukee, Wis. 53217 (414) 963-9331 William Quarles Specializing in Choice and Rare Numismatic Material • NUMISMATIC LITERATURE • AUCTION CATALOGS • ANA MATERIAL HIGH QUALITY FAST SERVICE SPECIAL BICENTENNIAL BLUEBOOK $2.00 ea. 3/$5.00 PPD SEND FOR LIST DAVID J. SKLOW P. O. BOX 82 OSCODA, MICH. 48750 ANA - ANS - CSNS - MSNS EAC - CSNA - TAMS NASC - SBCCC FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE elongated coin ROLLING MACHINES Start your own business. Weekends, festivals, fairs, for fun and profit. Machine is of heavy bronze. Gears, handle, coin slide, and coin catcher are black oxide plated. Steel stand is flat black painted. Machines have a slide to drop coin into and push in, turn handle one full turn and coin slides into coin catcher. Each steel roller holds up to four engraved dies. Each machine c


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    The Centinel, vol. 29, no. 4

    12/1/1981

    Road Milwaukee, Wis. 53217 (414) 963-9331 William Quarles Specializing in Choice and Rare Numismatic Material • NUMISMATIC LITERATURE • AUCTION CATALOGS • ANA MATERIAL HIGH QUALITY FAST SERVICE SPECIAL BICENTENNIAL BLUEBOOK $2.00 ea. 3/$5.00 PPD SEND FOR LIST DAVID J. SKLOW P. O. BOX 82 OSCODA, MICH. 48750 ANA - ANS - CSNS - MSNS EAC - CSNA - TAMS NASC - SBCCC FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE elongated coin ROLLING MACHINES Start your own business. Weekends, festivals, fairs, for fun and profit. Machine is of heavy bronze. Gears, handle, coin slide, and coin catcher are black oxide plated. Steel stand is flat black painted. Machines have a slide to drop coin into and push in, turn handle one full turn and coin slides into coin catcher. Each steel roller holds up to four engraved dies. Each machine c


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    The Centinel, vol. 30, no. 1

    3/1/1982

    Road Milwaukee, Wis. 53217 (414) 963-9331 William Quarles Specializing in Choice and Rare Numismatic Material • NUMISMATIC LITERATURE • AUCTION CATALOGS • ANA MATERIAL HIGH QUALITY FAST SERVICE SPECIAL BICENTENNIAL BLUEBOOK $2.00 ea. 3/$5.00 PPD SEND FOR LIST DAVID J. SKLOW P. O. BOX 82 OSCODA, MICH. 48750 ANA - ANS - CSNS - MSNS EAC - CSNA - TAMS NASC - SBCCC FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE elongated coin ROLLING MACHINES Start your own business. Weekends, festivals, fairs, for fun and profit. Machine is of heavy bronze. Gears, handle, coin slide, and coin catcher are black oxide plated. Steel stand is flat black painted. Machines have a slide to drop coin into and push in, turn handle one full turn and coin slides into coin catcher. Each steel roller holds up to four engraved dies. Each machine c


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    The Centinel, vol. 30, no. 2

    6/1/1982

    onsin 1987 — Dates to be announced St. Louis, Missouri NOTE TO CLUB OFFICIALS: Interested in hosting a future CSNS Convention? It is not too early to begin thinking of the future! Submit your letter of invita- tion to the CSNS Secretary-Treasurer at your earliest convenience. Your request will receive the prompt attention of the Officers and Board of Governors. FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE elongated coin ROLLING MACHINES Start your own business, Weekends, festivals, fairs, for fun and profit. Machine is of heavy bronze. Gears, handle, coin slide, and coin catcher are black oxide plated. Steel stand is flat black painted. Machines have a slide to drop coin into and push in, turn handle one full turn and coin slides into coin catcher. Each steel roller holds up to four engraved dies. Each machine c


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    The Centinel, vol. 30, no. 4

    12/1/1982

    ; War Nickels 1912-1945; Silver Dollars before 1935; All rare U.S. and Foreign; Franklin Mint Material. Call or Write Serious Inquires for BUY and SELL Quotes Donald E. Brigandi Co. Inc. 60 West 44th Street New York, New York 10036 (212) 869-5350 Buying and Selling Choice B. U. Coins Large Size Currency GEORGE V. BOXELL COINS P. O. BOX 8354 ST. LOUIS, MO. 63132 FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE elongated coin ROLLING MACHINES Start your own business. Weekends, festivals, fairs, for fun and profit. Machine is of heavy bronze. Gears, handle, coin slide, and coin catcher are black oxide plated. Steel stand is flat black painted. Machines have a slide to drop coin into and push in, turn handle one full turn and coin slides into coin catcher. Each steel roller holds up to four engraved dies. Each machine c


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