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boydy
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Hi everyone!

I'm looking to get hold of the Slydini coin clip.
Is there a place that I can purchase one or will I have to fabricate it myself out of steel shim?
mike gallo
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Joe Prper makes a real nice coin clip...try him!

Mike
boydy
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Was on Joes website and the clip is ideal but I'm looking for it in half dollar size?
boydy
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Basically, I would like a way to vanish 4 to 6 halfs as a unit like in Slydini's coins through table. This is the routine I would love to perform from the Slydini book. Can I use the Ammar clip for this?

thanks for your help
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Hi, Slydini's coin clip has an extra piece to allow the clip to hold against a ring. I purchased mine from sasco years ago with his routine for Coins Thru the Table. Unless you want to utilize the ringclip you will prob have to make some alterations.(It gets in the way.)
I originally wanted mine for Roths Tuning Fork routine, but would feel lost without it now as I use it to close most of my routines.
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Try Michael Ammar's site.
He may have something.
http://www.ammarmagic.com/ammarcoinclip.html
Pete Biro
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The Ammar clip will work fine. It is a different design than mine (which Porper mamkes) and different from the Slydini clip. I found the ring clip on Slydini's not really needed.
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boydy
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Thanks, I'll give Ammars a try!
2002 coinguy
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I use Proper's . It work great.
Pete Biro
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2002 - thanks, but he wanted Half Dollar size and ours is for Dollars. Something I didn't know about the Ammar one, you can use it for different quantities of coins - BUT - you can't display the stack like the Porper clip.

Maybe I can get Joe to make a run in the Half Dollar size (Or Poker Chip size)!!!!
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Hey guys...

Are these clips your tlking about practical for just ONE coin. I'm looking to secretly steel a single coin from under a coat or shirt. I know your talking about vanishes, but what about a production. I'm sure there is something out there besides a safty pin and a couple of paper clips... uh... isn't there?
Christopher David
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These clips are to hold multiple coins together so you can ditch 'em without any sound. You want coin holdes. Check out http://www.stevensmagic.com and do a search there, I have seen some really nice ones when he displayed at a convention.
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Quote:
...but what about a production.


I'm not so sure the above are meant for productions.

There are coin droppers and Hoo coins for this.
ChristopherD
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Didn't think about a Hoo coin... I may try that.
Thanks guys
Christopher David
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Or a magnetic holder w/shimmed coin.
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Jonathan Brown
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Tannens still sells the original Slydini clip. I got one from them about a year ago, and it is identical to the one described in the book. About $15.00 if I recall. AND amazingly, they shipped it fast and it was all in one piece.

Jonathan
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Can any of the mentioned coin clips be attached for a pull?
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Looking for a Slydini coin clip. Any leads out there? Tannens doesn't carry it.
ymumagic
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Looks like this is still in stock..

https://www.wholesalemagic.com/products/......per.html
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This is the Michael Ammar Coin Clip. Basically the same as the Slydini clip, it is the one I have used for yrs.
https://store.ammarmagic.com/coin-clips.html
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I HAVE A LIMITED AMOUNT OF COPIES AVAILABLE TO BE SIGNED, AND COME WITH A SPECIAL FREE GIFT! If interested, shoot me an email for ordering information at rubinsteindvm@aol.com
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