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jonnyboy
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Jon- I am no expert, but maybe it is easier for the double fold to fold up for removal from the bottle than it is for a single fold. Just a thought.

John
MagicKim
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Hello, I am interested in the coin in bottle effect as well as the bite out. I have a euro coin from years back but I find it bad, (wrong value - 50 cent, can see the creases [spelling?], and cant use 2 bands as they don't fit). can anybody please tell me where to find a good quality euro coin?

Kim

ps. Should it be difficult to get the coin out from the bottle as I am having trouble getting it out...?
DStachowiak
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Kim, I posted some thoughts in your other thread on this subject.
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jodbirch
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Does anyone know a specific brand of folding coin that is specifically single-fold?
tbaer
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Precision Magic has a "bite coin plus" that is suppose to be very good. I believe it is a single cut.
BCS
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Tbaer,
I’m late joining in, but I will pipe in anyway… I’m glad you purchased the Johnson coin. You can never go wrong with any of their offerings, in my opinion Johnson coins are the best value out there.
Have fun….thanks,
Bruce
carlosbosco
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Where would you recommend to buy a good quality but not to expensive canadian bite quarter with reasonable shipping costs (i live in Canada in an area where there are no magic shops so ordering is my only option). Thank you for your help
trevelyan
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On 2008-03-03 20:17, Mithrandir wrote:
Tbaer, maybe the little rubberbands used for braces (dental) will work.


These were what I used to replace mine. They work great. Perfect size and great tension.
jordanl
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On 2008-11-16 19:14, carlosbosco wrote:
Where would you recommend to buy a good quality but not to expensive canadian bite quarter with reasonable shipping costs (i live in Canada in an area where there are no magic shops so ordering is my only option). Thank you for your help


I would suggest calling some of the shops in larger Canadian cities. Kueppers makes gaffs from Canadian coins, I have not dealt with him directly in many years.
carlosbosco
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K thanks I'll check Kueppers website
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