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This is the only retailer I’ve seen with it (and ordered mine through)

Miracle Mat Coin and Card Production Close-Up pad.

First let me say this, at this price I was super skeptical. I’ve seen ones 3x the price that while we’re ascetically gorgeous; were trash. So I took the plunge. What I received was a massive, metal trimmed, raised, velvet topped, slip resistant, hard backed close-up mat with wonderful and expertly cut holdouts for cards and coins. It only holds jumbo coins (3 inch) and half dollar sized coins. The cards slot can take a packet of roughly 13 cards. The quality and craftsmanship is nothing short of me not regretting anything and honestly I would be willing to pay much more for this. I don’t know why I never have seen or heard of this before; but it is so much bang for the buck. The surface is very plush which is a change for me (Bob Elliot trained me to use the hardest of surfaces) so that’s the only thing that is unique and going to take some getting used to. Oh, did I mention it’s super light weight and will last for years?

Overall 5/5

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