The PNNA Memorabilia Catalog

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2015 C15-07 silver, C15-08 copper, C15-09 antique brass, C15-10 three-medal set in box/hinged case. 39 mm. PNNA 75th anniversary medal. The obverse of the medal was designed by former U.S. Mint sculptor-engraver Thomas D. Rogers. Limited quantities were struck in silver, copper and antique brass, and were available at the Tukwila and Portland shows. Final mintages: 60 silver, 200 copper and 50 antique brass, including 30 edge-numbered sets, some of which were sold at premium prices. The regular prices were as follows: three-medal set in box $60.00, silver $35.00, copper $10.00, brass $10.00. Made by Bex Engraving. Silver medals are one Troy ounce.
2015 C15-11 two-sided elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine (see convention report), 66th Annual Convention, Tukwila, Washington, May 1-3, 2015. Hundreds of these were made. The design celebrates the PNNA 75th anniversary, with the reverse based on the canoe design on the medal.
2015 C15-12 elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine, Washington State (Puyallup) Fair, Puyallup, Washington, September 11-27, 2015. The PNNA booth in the Hobby Hall is very popular at the Fair, as are the giant pumpkins depicted on the coins. The quantity produced is estimated at more than 4,000, primarily on copper cents.
2015 C15-13 two-sided elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine, 11th Annual Fall Convention (sponsored by PNNA and Willamette Coin Club), Portland, Oregon, October 16-18, 2015. The design celebrates the PNNA 75th anniversary, with the same reverse canoe design as on the Tukwila coin. Hundreds of these were made.
Note: As usual, a few elonagted coins with these designs may have been produced using coins other than cents, including foreign coins. In addition, a few intentional "errors" may also have been produced, for example, with only part of the original coin elongated. For the two-sided coins introduced this year (made with two dies), a few samples and/or test pieces are typically made with only one die (and a blank pressed reverse, which may show remnants of the original cent).