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Topic: Flipper Pro Gravity Morgan Dollar and Expanded Shell Morgan
Message: Posted by: Mr. Tango (Jan 11, 2009 12:38PM)
Hello guys,

In two days more, Murphys Magic Supplies will have a special production of [b]Flipper Pro Gravity Morgan Dollar and Expanded Shell Morgan Dollar[/b] made by Tango Magic.
The flipper was made by the new process where both edges can be showed to the audience. It was made one by one and finished handmade.
We specially made a limited production of 100 coins for the American market. For this reason we don't sell them from our website because the entire production was sold to Murphy.
As you know, Murphy doesn't sell direct to magicians, so ask for your coin to your favorite dealer now, because the box is arrive tomorrow and 100 is a little quantity. Morgan coins are very difficult to get and we really don't know when we could make another similar production.

Bye.

Mr. Tango
Message: Posted by: goldeneye007 (Jan 11, 2009 12:54PM)
Could you also tell us the price for these?
Message: Posted by: Mr. Tango (Jan 11, 2009 01:43PM)
Here you have the links where you can see the pictures and the prices

Expanded shell Morgan Dollar Tail
https://www.tangomagic.com/product.php?productid=17194&cat=298&page=1

Exapnded shell Morgan Dollar Head
https://www.tangomagic.com/product.php?productid=17195&cat=298&page=1

Flipper coin Pro Gravity Morgan Dollar
https://www.tangomagic.com/product.php?productid=17193&cat=308&page=1

Please, remember that we haven't got stock to sell because we sold the entire special production to a distributor, so if you have interest to get these products you should contact to your favorite magic store.

Bye.

Mr. Tango
Message: Posted by: goldeneye007 (Jan 11, 2009 02:32PM)
Ok! Great, thanks!
Message: Posted by: goldeneye007 (Jan 11, 2009 02:34PM)
Hey, just had a look at the photos and they look great!
Of course at this price they should be of good quality... :)
Message: Posted by: Review King (Jan 11, 2009 05:16PM)
Photos look great!
Message: Posted by: takeachance (Jan 11, 2009 05:22PM)
I'm actually glad to see tango go into the top of the range market, so hard to even get a reply from the others these days
Message: Posted by: Douglas Lippert (Jan 11, 2009 05:46PM)
$200 for a Tango?
Message: Posted by: jprace (Jan 11, 2009 05:52PM)
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On 2009-01-11 18:46, DVLKCC wrote:
$200 for a Tango?
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That's what I was thinking. I am a half dollar guy, and got a Lassen Expanded Shell Set and Gravity Flipper for $320. This would cost more, and I would need to go out and buy matching Morgans. Though, these are dollar sized.
Message: Posted by: Mr. Tango (Jan 11, 2009 06:43PM)
Our prices for Expanded half dollar is $ 25 and flipper pro gravity half dollar $ 65, together $ 90.
The new products are in Morgan dollar, of course are more expensive than half dollar version. Of course, the Expanded shell can be used with any Morgan dollar coin.
Message: Posted by: jprace (Jan 11, 2009 06:53PM)
You make Kennedy halves. I was talking about Walking Liberties which are silver coins. I know about the silver prices; it cost be $17 to get one Morgan and $7 for one Walking Liberty. I just thought the price was high. But the pictures look great, and I'm sure it's worth it!
Message: Posted by: Mr. Tango (Jan 11, 2009 09:42PM)
Thanks for your opinion.
We are thinking to introduce our flipper pro in walking liberty in March, the price will be about $ 100.
Message: Posted by: jprace (Jan 11, 2009 09:59PM)
Mr. Tango, you should absolutely make coins in Walking Liberty. I would like to see a three/four coin nest in Walkers for sure.
Message: Posted by: Mr. Tango (Jan 12, 2009 06:31AM)
We'll make it soon.
Message: Posted by: byxnz (Jan 12, 2009 05:50PM)
Are the dates on the Morgan flippers and shells (1885) the same as shown in the picture? Can they be ordered in matching dates?
Message: Posted by: Michael Paul (Jan 13, 2009 09:07PM)
Any chance of these being soft?
Message: Posted by: Mr. Tango (Jan 13, 2009 09:49PM)
If you want a set of the same year, you should ask to your dealer.
About soft, what year do you want ?
Message: Posted by: Michael Paul (Jan 15, 2009 10:16AM)
Soft coins have the ridges worn down, this makes them less "noisey". I currently have a bunch of soft morgans that I perform with, and I'd want a shell that's similar.
Message: Posted by: Mr. Tango (Jan 16, 2009 03:10PM)
Dear Mike,

This is my opinion after perform with Morgan for years.
The morgan coins are all of pure silver, some coins are in better conditions than others, when the coins is in very good conditions make more noise. So, I was some time rubbing a coin with another one until they didn't make noise. I hope you understand my English.

Bye.