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Kjellstrom
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Sliding Coin (dollar) from http://www.cupsandballs.nl

If you have this product let us know what yo think.
Jonathan Townsend
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Mats, is this the gaff detailed in Karl Fulves Pallbearer's review where you have a front, back and half the rim so you can slide a coin INTO another?
...to all the coins I've dropped here
Curtis Kam
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same as you, plus 3 and enough to make
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It's hard to tell, but that's the way it looks in the photo.
Is THAT a PALMS OF STEEL 5 Banner I see? YARRRRGH! Please visit The Magic Bakery
Chad Barnard
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I love the description.

"You can show 2 coins BOTH sides and take 1 coin away and 1 coin is gone "

Well duh!!!
Dan Watkins
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I believe that is what it is.
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THEGUY26 (Will Swanson)
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Ha, I was just trying to get that a marketed product. Thanks for posting that!
Kjellstrom
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On 2007-11-03 18:40, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
Mats, is this the gaff detailed in Karl Fulves Pallbearer's review where you have a front, back and half the rim so you can slide a coin INTO another?


From the photo on that particular web it looks like your description.
tony2514
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Jonathan and Mats,

It is exactly the coin in Pallbearers Review and has very limited use. You can do all the things it does using Mark Lee's Clone Coin and much more.
magiclee71
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On 2007-11-04 12:31, tony2514 wrote:
Jonathan and Mats,

It is exactly the coin in Pallbearers Review and has very limited use. You can do all the things it does using Mark Lee's Clone Coin and much more.


Where would one find Mark Lee's Clone Coin?
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tony2514
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I use Merlins a lot, mainly because it is my nearest 'bricks and mortar' magic dealer. It is a UK company, but they will do international orders. Simply supply the coin you want gimmicking and they will do the rest. Email Mark or Phil for more info. merlins@btconnect.com

Tony
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