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Ogre1234
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Does anyone know where to get some "special" coins in canadian currency?

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Johnny Butterfield
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Roy Kueppers makes some fine stuff - I have a toonie e[ of his, and a folding quarter. You can find Mr. Kueppers' products at many well-stocked magic shops, or from his web site.
The current economic crisis is due to all the coins I've vanished.
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Ogre1234
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Thanks for the info Fman111. I'll check him out.

Cheers,
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Ogre1234
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Is there such a thing as a canadian jumbo coin?
Doug Peters
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Indeed there is -- I have two 5" loonies Smile
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Ogre1234
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Cool. Where did you get them?

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Great I have been looking all over for large loonies.
There are large Sudbury Canadian Pennies that go for $50 a piece from Paul Green.
I will be ordering CND Dime and Penny $16 from Roy Kuepper this week.
http://www.roykueppers.com/lockingcoins.html
Doug Peters
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I got these from Tony Eng many moons ago.
No idea where he got them from or if he has any in stock.
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Ogre1234
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Thanks Doug. I think Tony has retired from magic, but I'll try anyway.
jolly12
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I picked up a folding toonie from omnimagic that was a Keuppers...works great
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