The PNNA Memorabilia Catalog

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2013 C13-01 elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine (see convention report), 64th Annual Convention, Tukwila, Washington, April 12-14, 2013. Hundreds of these were made using cents, however a few were also made using nickels (shown here in second image) or other coins. The design is based on the reverse of the Fort Vancouver Centennial commemorative half dollar issued in 1925.
2013 C13-02 elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine, Washington State (Puyallup) Fair, Puyallup, Washington, September 6-22, 2013. The PNNA booth is very popular at the Fair Hobby Hall. The quantity produced is estimated at more than 4,000, on cents and other coins.
2013 C13-03 elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine, 9th Annual Fall Convention (sponsored by PNNA and Willamette Coin Club), Portland, Oregon, October 3-6, 2013 (including pre-convention seminar on Thursday). Hundreds of these were made using mostly cents, but also a few other coins including foreign coins. A few intentional "errors" were also produced, for example, with only part of the original coin elongated.
2014 C14-01 elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine (see convention report), 65th Annual Convention, Tukwila, Washington, May 2-4, 2014. Hundreds of these were made using cents and possibly a few other coins. Tree design.
2014 C14-02 elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine, Washington State (Puyallup) Fair, Puyallup, Washington, September 5-21, 2014. The quantity expected to be produced was more than 4,000, on cents and other coins.
1989 Washington State Centennial medals - This is not a PNNA souvenir and will not receive a catalog number, however extra medals donated by coin dealer Gene Henry (including this medal and medals for some counties in Washington) were handed out at the 2014 Tukwila and Portland conventions. Gene found them in storage after 25 years! We regret that Gene passed away in September 2014 - see the PNNA memorial page.