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whiteoakcanyon
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Does anyone know if there is a three coin Boston or Okito Box on the market?

Thanks,

Mark
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Pretty sure Craig Ousterling could make you one.
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Ronjo makes a 3 coins box for Silver Dollars
http://shop.ronjo.com/ronjo-sleek-okito-......bev.html

and a 2-coin box for Half Dollars
http://shop.ronjo.com/ronjo-sleek-okito-......d-b.html
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Thank you for these suggestions.
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On Nov 16, 2017, whiteoakcanyon wrote:
Does anyone know if there is a three coin Boston or Okito Box on the market?

Thanks,

Mark


Hi Mark, I love coin box magic and was wondering why a four coin box wouldn't work for your routine? If you had a four coin and only use three coins, you would still have that "space" for an extra coin to be one ahead should you need it. I'm just curious is all. I am sure Craig can make you a box. His boxes are amazing.
Walk around coin box work check it out here https://www.magicalmystries.com/products
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Four coins will work but I think three coins could be better because It reduces the repetition. It is a completely original routine that is in the development stages so I like having the flexibility of adjusting the variables (i.e. three vs four coins). I wanted to use three coins to see if it makes the effect more direct.
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On Nov 27, 2017, whiteoakcanyon wrote:
Four coins will work but I think three coins could be better because It reduces the repetition. It is a completely original routine that is in the development stages so I like having the flexibility of adjusting the variables (i.e. three vs four coins). I wanted to use three coins to see if it makes the effect more direct.


I am with you on the three coins/repetition thinking. Will your routine still work with a four coin box ?
Walk around coin box work check it out here https://www.magicalmystries.com/products
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It can still work fine with four coins and I will develop it both with three and four coins. Ultimately audience reaction will help guide me.
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There is one. Ronjo.com has recently introduced a new line of coin boxes with a number of variations not seen elsewhere (as well as some beautiful laser-engraved lids). The three coin box is here:

http://shop.ronjo.com/ronjo-okito-box-ha......d-b.html

Hope this helps.

Gary
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Bob Solari has a wooden Boston Box that I love. It is tight with four half dollars, so might be perfect for you. It also looks more natural in many settings or story lines.
I use one to swap finger rings as well as coins. You could easily insert a cloth pad to reduce the size if desired - and look authentic.

http://www.bobsolarimagic.com/shop/Okito......f-Dollar

Note: I got mine from Daytona Magic back when. Can't verify is the Solari one is Boston or not.
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