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On 2012-06-22 09:22, Mr. Tango wrote:
About the Dollar copper coins, I got today some samples of coins that a costumer send me and it looks greats. They are a copper American coin as the One dollar Liberty but in copper and I will see if I can get a good quantity of them to produce a whole line, as Copper silver, TUC one dollar copper and silver, Hopping half, etc.


Mr. Tango,
There seem to be a *lot* of 1 oz copper coins being produced nowadays (partly to sell copper bullion as an 'investment'); some have Walking Liberty obverses, some Morgan dollar, some Peace dollar, Mercury dime, Buffalo nickel, and many other patterns (some for novelty purposes). Here's a link to one seller and the variety of copper coins there:

http://www.providentmetals.com/bullion/c......nce.html

( I've never dealt with them, so this is not a recommendation, just an example. )

There might be something you can use there; searching the net for "copper bullion coins" would probably bring up many others.

Larry S.
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Larry..these actually look really nice..can probably do some nice copper/silver transpo's with these coins...I may look into buying some walkers and morgans
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I will try after FISM, I'm in Blackpool now, I had part at close up contest yesterday with my TUC, waiting now the judges decision.
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On 2012-07-11 19:20, Mr. Tango wrote:
I will try after FISM, I'm in Blackpool now, I had part at close up contest yesterday with my TUC, waiting now the judges decision.


Good luck! I know you will post the results.
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I got the copper walking liberty from provident and it was fast shipping. I had Mr. Tango make up a TUC, copper/silver(eisenhower), and s*****y shell. When I get the. coins I will let you know
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On 2012-07-11 20:36, eddie2m wrote:
I got the copper walking liberty from provident and it was fast shipping. I had Mr. Tango make up a TUC, copper/silver(eisenhower), and s*****y shell. When I get the. coins I will let you know


send me a request to gusarimagci@comcast.net and I'll send you an exciting C/S TUC effect not in the Book. It is especially powerful because the final move is to vanish the coin from the spectator's hand -- something some notable magicians say cannot be done.
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On 2012-07-11 20:36, eddie2m wrote:
I got the copper walking liberty from provident and it was fast shipping. I had Mr. Tango make up a TUC, copper/silver(eisenhower), and s*****y shell. When I get the. coins I will let you know


ha eddie
what copper coin did you use for
the eisenhower copper- silver coin?
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I used the copper walking liberty bullion coin
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Nice combination eddie
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I like the copper WL bullion coin. It's a VERY nice contrast in a CS routine with Ikes OR Morgans. For those unacquainted it is slightly thicker and heavier than a silver dollar! Great coin for strengthening your palms!
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I agree completely it is a beautiful coin.
great for a spellbound routein.
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I got to handle a Tango Ultimate coin a little while ago and something about it confuses me. When I held it between thumb and forefinger the one part sort of "rocked" out of the [. Is that right?
To my inexperience, it means that it would be very difficult to hold the coin without giving away the secret to the spectator.

Or, am I just misunderstanding it completely? It's the reason I didn't buy it to be honest, despite the excellent reviews it's received.
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I believe the TUC you handle was pushed to much on the shel downward to facilitate the release of the insert, but now the insert is sitting too much on a pointy surface, hope you can see it.
If you press back on the shell from the inside, the shell will become flatter and the rocket moves should diminishes, of course the more flat the more difficlut for theinsert to be released.
You need to play with that until younhave the right coin for you
Pablo
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Yea. I cant wait to get it. Whats the best way to clean copper coins?
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Hello Friends,

I won the INVENTION PRIZE at FISM 2012 with my TUC, I'M SO HAPPY ....
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Small wonder Mr. tango. The TUC is revolutionary.

Congratulations!

Andre
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Great news Mr. Tango!
Congratulations.
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Excellent news Mr Tango! Great Job!
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Congratulations mr tango
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I presented my routine about the Judas Betrayal at the close up contest and in invention and the prize was in invention.
Thank you very much FISM organization.
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