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Pressed Penny Reverses or Backstamps
CM-R
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® Resort Cast Member
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dl0251b.jpg - 17754 BytesOk, so there are only a few Disneyland "CM" or Cast Member backstamps. Maybe we'll see more in the future.

These Elongated coin reverses or "pressed penny" backstamps were available only to Cast Members and their personal guests or park guests that paid a special, separate admission. Other Disneyland backstamps are listed in other respective guides linked above. See also "The Disneyland Cast Member, CM, Elongated Coin Guide", "Disneyland Canceled Elongated Coins" and "Disneyland Elongated Coin Test Rolls" for additional details about coins in this "CM-R" Guide.

For an easy visual of how the guide sections make one complete Disneyland Elongated Coin Collection, ParkPennies.com offers a graphical overview of the Complete Disneyland Resorts Guide to Pressed Pennies and Elongated Coins.

Although the numismatic term is "Reverses", we use that term interchangeably with the more casual term, "Backstamp".

Happy Collecting,
Boomer

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backstamps on this page
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DISNEYLAND ® PARK
CM0022-24 Reverse


2008 DISNEYLAND  RESORT, FACILLITES & OPERATIONS SERVICES token reverse 2008 DISNEYLAND ® RESORT, FACILLITES &
OPERATIONS SERVICES, CAST APPRECIATION
BAR-B-QUE CM0026 REVERSE


2009 DISNEYLAND  RESORT, FACILLITES & OPERATIONS SERVICES coin reverse Retired
CM0027 2009 DISNEYLAND ® RESORT,
FACILLITES & OPERATIONS SERVICES,
CAST APPRECIATION BAR-B-QUE
elongated token backstamp


2009 World famous crew pressed token Retired
CM0028 WORLD FAMOUS
KEN, EVERETT, KATHIE, GLENN, ROB, BOYD, JEFF, RODEL, LAURA, DANNY, STEPH, ROGER, MIKE, RODRIGO, JORGE, JESSE, NATHAN, DAVE.
CREW 2009.
elongated token backstamp


Voluntears Mickey reverse Retired
CM0029-31 Mickey Mouse Disney VoluntEars
Type I
large backstamp


Mickey Mouse Voluntears backstamp. Retired
CM0032-34 and DO0011-DO0013 Mickey Mouse Disney
VoluntEars Type II small Backstamp


2010 Facilities and Operations pressed token Retired
CM0035 2010 DISNEYLAND RESORT FACILITIES & OPERATIONS SERVICES
CHRISTMAS PARTY
elongated token backstamp


Eddie Garcia retirement coin Retired
CM0036-38 Japan Earthquake &
Pacific Tsunami Relief Fund
Mickey Mouse VoluntEars backstamp

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The First Disney Cast Member Elongated Coin Reverse
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DISNEYLAND ® PARK CM0022-24 Reverse
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DISNEYLAND ® PARK CM0022-24 Reverse. Featured on the CM0022, CM0023 and CM0024 Cast Member nickel set. (Previously featured on the DL0258_260 on-stage quarter set.)
This is a representative image of this style reverse or backstamp. However, each coin type in this set will have a slightly different reverse image as each coin type has a separate and slightly unique backstamp engraving.
 
Eddie Garcia retirement coin
Retired
CM0026 2008 DISNEYLAND ® RESORT,
FACILLITES & OPERATIONS SERVICES,
CAST APPRECIATION BAR-B-QUE
elongated token backstamp

Larger pressed token image in
frame or window # 1   2   3

CM0026 Horizontal elongated token backstamp image. 2008 DISNEYLAND ® RESORT, FACILLITES & OPERATIONS SERVICES, CAST APPRECIATION BAR-B-QUE.

Reports by trusted sources to Robert Hoff, state that 300 unpressed "No Cash Value" arcade tokens were distributed to about 150 attendees with the option to press the tokens in the available machine at the 5/15/08 Cast Member appreciation Bar-B-Que.
The die, cut by Eurolink, misses the fine detail of hand engraved dies which makes identification of the small type face and copyright difficult. Die life planned over more than a single year, to be used with new backstamp each year.
This is the first formal use of a "token press" at the Disneyland Resort. The token provides a heavy, quality souvenir in a world of zinc, possibly soon to be copper-plated steel pennies, a welcome innovation in this collector's opinion. Only one coin was offered by this machine.
Eddie Garcia retirement coin
Retired
CM0027 2009 DISNEYLAND ® RESORT,
FACILLITES & OPERATIONS SERVICES,
CAST APPRECIATION BAR-B-QUE
elongated token backstamp
Larger pressed token image in
frame or window # 1   2   3

CM0027 Horizontal elongated token backstamp image. 2009 DISNEYLAND ® RESORT, FACILLITES & OPERATIONS SERVICES, CAST APPRECIATION BAR-B-QUE.

Reports by trusted sources to Robert Hoff, state that as many as 150-200 unpressed "No Cash Value" arcade tokens were distributed to about 150 attendees with the option to press the tokens in the available machine at the 9/17/09 Cast Member appreciation Bar-B-Que.
The obverse die is the same as used for the CM0026 Cast Member coin. It was cut by Eurolink, misses the fine detail of hand engraved dies which makes identification of the small type face and copyright difficult. Die life planned over more than a single year, to be used with new backstamp each year. This is the second year's use of the obverse die. This coin features a 2009 dated backstamp. Only one coin was offered by this machine.
Eddie Garcia retirement coin
Retired
CM0028 WORLD FAMOUS
KEN, EVERETT, KATHIE, GLENN, ROB, BOYD, JEFF, RODEL, LAURA, DANNY, STEPH, ROGER, MIKE, RODRIGO, JORGE, JESSE, NATHAN, DAVE.
CREW 2009.
elongated token backstamp

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CM0028 Horizontal elongated token backstamp image. WORLD FAMOUS, KEN, EVERETT, KATHIE, GLENN, ROB, BOYD, JEFF, RODEL, LAURA, DANNY, STEPH, ROGER, MIKE, RODRIGO, JORGE, JESSE, NATHAN, DAVE. CREW 2009. (This backstamp was used on both the DS0018 and CM0028)

Reports by trusted sources to Robert Hoff, state this coin, an addition to the CM0026 and CM0027 series, was distributed not long after the CM0027, sometime in late September or early October of 2009. The [small] number of elongated tokens issued and other details are still unknown.
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Eddie Garcia retirement coin
Retired
CM0029-31 Mickey Mouse Disney VoluntEars
Type I
large backstamp

Larger pressed nickel image
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CM0029-31 Horizontal elongated nickel backstamp
. Type I large Mickey Mouse classic pose, Disney VoluntEars, hard to read "DISNEY -small ABC logo- ESPN".
This backstamp or reverse image is shared by the CM0029, CM0030, and CM0031 in this three coin set. However, each coin has a slightly different reverse image as each coin has a separate and slightly unique backstamp engraving.
Originally located backstage near the Team Center, Disneyland on 3/17/10. When this machine was moved to its second location, The Eat-Ticket Restaurant on 3/26/10 this larger backstamp had been replaced by the smaller CM0032-34 backstamp. The original obverse dies carried over.
The three die nickel press was placed by Disney VoluntEars Fund to support American Red Cross Disaster Relief, Haiti, just after the Haiti earthquake. Robert Hoff of ParkPennies.com was told by trusted sources that the cost of a pressed nickel in this set, at all locations, was a donation of 25 cents or more up to $1.25 plus the nickel to be pressed.
Eddie Garcia retirement coin
Retired
CM0032-34 and DO0011-DO0013 Mickey Mouse Disney
VoluntEars Type II small Backstamp

Larger pressed nickel image
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CM0032-34 and DO0011-DO0013 Horizontal elongated nickel backstamp. Type II Small Mickey Mouse classic pose, Disney VoluntEars, fairly clear "DISNEY -small ABC logo- ESPN". Shorter, smaller image when compared to the earlier CM0029-31 backstamp.
This backstamp or reverse image is shared by the CM0032, CM0033, and CM0034 in this three coin set. However, each coin has a slightly different reverse image as each coin has a separate and slightly unique backstamp engraving.
Originally located backstage near the Eat-Ticket Restaurant Team Disney Anaheim, (Disneyland) on 3/26/10. This smaller backstamp replaced the CM0029-31 backstamp when the nickel press machine was moved from The Harbor Point Team Center to the Eat-Ticket Restaurant at TDA and the machine locations that followed.
The three die nickel press was placed by Disney VoluntEars Fund to support American Red Cross Disaster Relief, Haiti, just after the Haiti earthquake. Robert Hoff of ParkPennies.com was told by trusted sources that the cost of a pressed nickel in this set, at all locations, was a donation of 25 cents or more up to $1.25 plus the nickel to be pressed.
Eddie Garcia retirement coin
Retired
CM0035 2010 DISNEYLAND RESORT FACILITIES & OPERATIONS SERVICES CHRISTMAS PARTY
elongated token backstamp

Larger pressed token image in
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CM0035
Horizontal elongated token backstamp
image. 2010 DISNEYLAND RESORT FACILITIES & OPERATIONS SERVICES CHRISTMAS PARTY. This elongated token with backstamp was presented both with and without a key ring.

Reports to Robert Hoff of ParkPennies.com by trusted sources state this coin was distributed as an elongated token and as an elongated token key ring on December 16, 2010. Number of elongated tokens issued was reported as less than 125 elongated coins and less than 25 elongated coins with key rings.
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Eddie Garcia retirement coin
Retired
CM0036-38 Japan Earthquake &
Pacific Tsunami Relief Fund
Mickey Mouse VoluntEars backstamp

Larger pressed penny image
in frame or window # 1   2   3

CM0036-38 Horizontal elongated penny backstamp. Japan Earthquake & Pacific Tsunami Relief Fund, Mickey Mouse classic pose, Disney VoluntEars, "DISNEY -small ABC logo- ESPN". This backstamp or reverse image is shared by the CM0036, CM0037, and CM0038 in this three coin set. However, each coin has a slightly different reverse image as each coin has a separate and slightly unique backstamp engraving.
Originally located backstage The Harbor Point Team Center on about April 27th, 2011. Taken "away" end of June 2011 and believed to be retired.
The three die penny press was placed by Disney VoluntEars Fund to support American Red Cross Disaster Relief, Japan, after the Japanese earthquake and tsunami which took place starting on Friday, March 11, 2011. Robert Hoff of ParkPennies.com was told by trusted sources that the cost of a pressed penny in this set was a donation of 25 cents or more plus the penny to be pressed. Larger image of this pressed penny backstamp.
   
 
NOTE: You may have noticed that because backstamp "dies" and coin dies are different in many ways, they are treated differently here at ParkPennies. Guides confirm that unlike coin dies, backstamp “dies” often share a single design / artwork "type" pressed onto the reverse of many different elongated coins. When these backstamp "dies" are compared to others of the same design "type", often there are slight differences as each is etched or engraved individually. To mix things up even more, it is possible for a set of three nearly identical backstamp "dies" engraved on a back shaft and paired with particular coin dies, to be accidentally or intentionally rotated when the penny press mechanism is serviced or repaired. And even more permutations are introduced if a replacement back shaft is installed with facsimiles of the original backstamp engravings. Lastly, backstamp engravings are also prone to change in appearance over time as they wear, "sink" etc., which can add variations to the same back stamp engravings over time. As you can see, these backstamp characteristics could make for a lot of “different” backstamps of the same design "type". Therefore, our guide attributions give small design variations or changes less weight when observed in backstamp "dies" vs. obverse coin dies. A good example would be the many 50th Anniversary backstamps. There are as many individual backstamp "dies" or engravings as there are coins in the 50th set, each with slight variances in placement, depth, and texture. Yet all share the same artwork / design, i.e. without intentional differences in design, and are considered one “generic type” for the purposes of listing in this guide.
 
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