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A friend of mine has a Scotch and Soda set that he got in 1977. It's in pretty good shape although he cracked the BR. Could it be worth something?

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The "scotch and soda" that I'm still using in performance was purchased in around 1976-1977...about the only ways coin sets are more valuable is if they were hand crafted and have documentation signifying that OR if they're all-silver coin sets, which, in 1977, they probably aren't.

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Probably not much of a collectors item at this time. They are very common.
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Old Scoth n Sodas are great as they tend to loosen up with age and there is no need for the bang ring. I am a big believer in Don Alans's theory of keeping it loose enough to easily shake out with a light tap. Some folks feel it is too risky but after 100's of performances I have NEVER seen it come loose in the hands of a spectator.
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