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Whit Haydn
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On 2005-01-04 15:18, hou_dini wrote:
Whit,
will the new SFS sterling silver shells be available for purchase soon?


Yes, very soon.

Here is a photo.

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Tommy Wonder grabbed my StreetShells a couple of weeks ago and was very surprised they were artificial shells. He mentioned they looked exactly like the real thing!
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On 2005-01-06 02:53, whithaydn wrote:
Here is a photo.
Hmmm...they look like walnut-shells, right? Smile
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Yes, Werner--from a sterling silver tree. Just like the solid silver shells Nutshell Jim used in Leadville, CO in the 1880's.
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Those shells are VERY cool! They'd go well in a close up set that also uses a nice set of the Sherwood Sterling Silver cups. Please save me a set!!

Well, I just ordered a set of the silver shells. I can hardly wait!
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I want the Scarab Shells, I am in Washington, would school for schoundrel be the best place to get them?
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Of course! Smile But they are available from most shops and dealers.
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Foreverriel You should also check out the s4s thimble rig sets. I have two sets and they are great...

I hope this helps
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I'm thinking about getting a set of thimble rigs....are they as easy to move around the table as shells? and do they load and steal just as easy?.....without much tipping?
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I have two sets of s4s thimble rig sets. I use a smaller sponge pea with them. They work as good as any shell game moves and I use some of the steals.

But because of the shape of the thimbles I have also worked out some different flashes and moves that fit the thmbles. The thimbles are made of brass and I have opened shows doing a few thimble moves.

Vanishes etc... then do the thimble rig routine...

I have been thinking of doing a Thimble rig chain of chance three card monte DVD but I have not gotten around to it yet...

I hope this helps...
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If you do, ill definitely add it to my collection! and I just purchased the thimble rigs...i cant wait to try them out!
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I recently received the School for Scoundrels' set of sterling silver shells. These shells are SWEEEET!! The weight is perfect, the handling is wonderful, and they look so cool.
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I got a set of Street Shells today. Wow, I love them. They perform wonderfully. I wish they were a little bit heavier, even just one or two more layers of putty. Just a little bit more. Still, I love the shells.

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