Welcome to TEC 2019 Elongated coins (so-called because of their shape after they are rolled) are part of what’s known as “exonumia” – that is, they fall outside the usual numismatic interests. But rest assured, if you have a few, a few hundred, or a few thousand of them, you are not alone! Elongated coins…
The Board Member’s 2018 Annual Reports have been added to the website in PDF form for your viewing pleasure. Links to download them can be found at: https://tecnews.org/club/2018-annual-reports/
Be sure to check out the Photo Gallery which has recently been updated with photos for the ANA Convention from Tyler Tyson and Cindy Calhoun. If you attended and have any photos you’d like to share, please contact email@example.com about how to submit them!
Check out the great article that Antique Trader just put out about Elongated Coins! You may see some familiar names featured such as TEC Past President, Oded Paz and current president Cindy Calhoun in the article! View it here: http://www.antiquetrader.com/antiques/coins-metals-paper-money/pressing-memories-pursuing-elongated-coins-wont-break-the-bank/
TEC will be at table 554 in Hall D (2nd Level) of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. This can be found in the back by the Kid’s Zone and Museum exhibits. TEC Meetings are scheduled for Friday August 17th from 8am to 1pm in room 120C (Street level) Exhibit appls are due June 15! Let’s see…
Thanks to John Wilson for this great photo of TEC President Emeritus, Ray Dillard, handing out elongateds to visitors to the 2018 Central States Numismatic Society show.
Be sure to head over to the TEC Gallery to see some photos submitted by Tyler Tyson from the National Money Show in Irving, TX.
TEC will have a club booth in Irving, TX at the National Money Show which will be held March 8-10. If you are attending, be sure to come say hi, booth 810!
More photos have been added to the FUN gallery submitted by Tyler Tyson. Be sure to check out the gallery if you haven’t already to see all the fun that TEC had at FUN!
The St. Louis Dispatch posted an article about Elongated coins this morning. Be sure to check it out!