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Dollarbill
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I found a coupla coins in the "infamous magic drawer" but I do not remember buying these. Both coins are chinese with a hole in them. One of them is an unexpanded [ and the other one is a regular coin. They are kinduv a gold color but I believe they are supposed to be brass. Any idea what they are or might be a part of? Im probably going to sell them off but would like to know what they are a part of. Thanks for any help! 😀 db
Aaron Isaacs
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Can you post a picture?
inigmntoya
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Does the regular coin fit the shell? If so, it may be a "Hong Kong" coin set.
http://hardtofindmagic.com/coins/
tonsofquestions
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I second the request for pictures - that will really help us tell you what the coin originally came from/who made it.
I'm going to hazard a guess that it might be one of these: http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S8744 but it could also be Tango http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S9838 or one of several others.
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