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Glendale issues show elongated

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The Glendale, Calif., Coin Club has issued an elongated coin to commemorate its annual coin show held Oct. 17 at the Van Nuys Masonic Hall.

The design was created by a club member who both designs and rolls elongated coins. The club had a roller on site at the show for attendees to roll the design on pocket change.

The commemorative elongated is also available to those who didn’t attend the show.

Elongated cents are available for $1 each. A clad set consisting of a cent, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar costs $10 each. A silver set consisting of a cent, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar dated 1963 is available for $30.

Prices include shipping. All profits will go to the Glendale Coin club.

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