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2016 C16-01 two-sided elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine (see convention report), 67th Annual Convention, Tukwila, Washington, April 22-24, 2016. Hundreds of these were made.
|2016 C16-02 elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine, WashJam 2016 (Scouting event held every four years), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Tacoma, Washington, August 25-28, 2016. See the 4th Quarter 2016 issue of The Nor'wester for a report on this event.|
|2016 C16-03 elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine, Washington State (Puyallup) Fair, Puyallup, Washington, September 2-25, 2016. The PNNA booth in the Hobby Hall is very popular at the Fair. The quantity produced is estimated at more than 4,000, primarily on copper cents.|
|2016 12th Annual Fall Convention (sponsored by PNNA and Willamette Coin Club), Portland, Oregon, October 7-9, 2016. No new design was made for this show. Elongateds made with previous designs were produced and handed out.|
|2017 C17-01 two-sided elongated souvenirs produced with the PNNA's elongating machine (see convention report), 68th Annual Convention, Tukwila, Washington, March 17-19, 2017. Hundreds of these were made. The reverse was the same as for the 2016 Tukwila convention.|
|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 (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).|