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magic8161
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I saw one for $220 on line and another for $150. Both had different packaging. wondering if there all real silver or not.
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Tangos are magic8161.
can't understand the big price difference.
where did you see this?
magic8161
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And then a few other sites have them for $135 and up. not sure why such a big price difference.

http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S11019
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This don't match my morgans at all. I thing its not silver. that's way the new ones for $220 say real silver.
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On 2012-12-13 23:29, bowers wrote:
Tangos are magic8161.
can't understand the big price difference.
where did you see this?


Todd,

I don’t know where the OP saw the $150 price, but Joe Mogar has a silver Morgan sliding shell for $140 - nice one, too!

http://joemogar.tripod.com/id24.html (About a quarter of the way down the page)

Me? I went for the $85 "Magical Morgan" sliding shell. For me it is every bit as nice and is ferromagnetic too! (Attracted to magnets).

Jim
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On 2012-12-15 01:04, J-Mac wrote:

Todd,

I don’t know where the OP saw the $150 price, but Joe Mogar has a silver Morgan sliding shell for $140 - nice one, too!

http://joemogar.tripod.com/id24.html (About a quarter of the way down the page)

Me? I went for the $85 "Magical Morgan" sliding shell. For me it is every bit as nice and is ferromagnetic too! (Attracted to magnets).

Jim


I agree with you Jim, the magical morgan shells are great. The Exp [ is currently out of stock, I have one I use with my NGF to lock it in since its ferromagnetic. I am selling all 5 of my magical morgan coins on the forum since I have all the silver ones.

slippery sams are weird though - I had a Lassen set I bought from Bowers and the slipper sam locked on great to each coin but there were only 3 so I bought another African Dime off ebay and it was to small for the slippery sam to lock on - could still use it to be one ahead and side bt side the naked eye couldn't tell the difference in the coins.

I would only buy a slippery sam where I bought the set and they or myself checked them. I am getting a shell for my eng penny/walker C/S coin to make it a sun and moon. I ordered it from Mark Mason and I sent him my coin to make sure he has one that fits well. otherwise he will send it to Bob to shave down a bit and remill then make a standard shell to fit all the way.

Johnson will custom make coin shells as long as you supply the coin and Bowers says Roy Kueppers will also. I think Bowers told me once that the magical Morgans Joe Mogar sells are made by Kries? something like that.

Todd Bowers is a wealth of info on coin stuff (and yes Todd - you have my permission to quote me on your forum sig.) Smile
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Ha thanks poof.i just know enough to get me into trouble.
iv'e had a couple of slippery sams.but could never get the feel for them.
but someone that knows how to use them can do some wonderful magic.
todd
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I think all are silver, the different between $220 and $150 is that the $220 one has an extra coin that fits the shell where as the $150 one comes with a shell only.
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Hello friends
We only use silver Morgans. Send me the links and I'll check if these coins are my coins.
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