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Wood marks Ohio group’s fall show

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The Central Ohio Numismatic Association, which traces its history to the formation of the Columbus Numismatic Society in 1906, has issued a wooden nickel to mark its Labor Day weekend coin show.


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The obverse shows a Native American and the legend, “Central Ohio Numismatic Association – Since 1906.” The reverse bears the words, “Celebrating Over 100 Years of Collecting” and “2011” surrounding the show details in the center.

The club produced a total of 1,500 woods. They are available at two for $1 and a self-addressed, stamped envelope. The club’s address is CONA, Box 1561, Dublin, Ohio 43017.

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