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Jonathan Townsend
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Eternal Order
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I second (or third) the suggestion to put a few slivers of scotch tape in there to help the fit. all the coins I've dropped here
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Inner circle
San Antonio, Texas
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Occasionally, I use a Johnson Copper Silver Brass set with the Chinese coin and a Johnson Double Copper Silver set and have never experienced the rattling described here. Even when I perform the Ken Brooke move where the half dollar is tossed from the back of the left hand to the palm of the right hand, it is still pretty quiet. How are you guys performing this routine? Is there, perhaps, something wrong with your coin sets? The only other thing I can recommend is the Porper Poker Chip Surprise set that should solve all of those problems. This is the set that I perform with most frequently due to the size and color for visibility depending on the venue or the mood I'm in.
Dave V
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Watch Doc Eason's handling to avoid flashing the milled edge. His technique is also quite silent. Any talking (if at all) happens as the "two" coins are displayed and by that time it would be normal for them to make noise.

I'm not sure if he teaches it in any of his videos but you can the performance on his Rocky Mountain Magic DVD and the instruction booklet is only $15
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