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I have 3 Tango Copper-Silver coins, 2 of them are very good in deed. The other is not as good in the aspect that the gluing is a bit off.

I bought the not as good one after the first, so I guess it's just something wrong with that batch of coins. When I get my third C/S coin the quality comes back~

Yes, it's better than Sasco as I see it. I don't have Johnson's so I have no opinion on that.
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I have a Tango cig through coin of an Argentine peso, works well in patter as I have just been there and the coin due to its shape hinds the gaff, great trick.
Being from Oz, I have only seen the Tango product available and have always found it to be reliable and good quality.
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I've seen a cig through coin, I forgot if it's from Tango or not. The only thing I remember is that there are 2 choices there: one-sided, or two-sided.

The one I saw was one-sided. As it's name suggests, NEVER let the other side be seen! The other side is a nightmare to be seen by spectators...

I guess if you have a choice try two-sided. Though I don't know how it works...
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On 2004-01-23 09:54, Tango Man wrote:
Hello Friends.
I am happy to take part of this forum and read the royal(real) opinions about my coins.
Only I want to say that the Tango Folding Coin, are 3 chunks of elastic cover of supply. I have read that to dealer who sold the Tango Folding coins without this supply, it is to mistake of this dealer. Anybody that needs this supply khan comunnicate with me.
I will be grateful for the suggestions that improve our quality.
Marcelo Insúa Smile


Hello there, I just got one of your advertised Silver Half exp. Shell, and the one I recieved was a 1966 half which is NOT silver... are all the coins you sell like this or is it an error??


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