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 Post subject: coin for my sized hand??
PostPosted: Thu Aug 21, 2008 6:55 pm 
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quarters are too small and half dollars are a bit big. any suggestions on a coin inbetween those two that i could use??


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canadian dollar (loonie)


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where can i get that in the US?


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 Post subject: is it worth it?
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do you believe the loonie /canadian dollar is worth buying? i like the idea of coin through bottle top.


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umm, im not sure where to get loonies. random people probably have them from being in canada


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A Wells Fargo bank near me had them, and no I don't live in Canada :wink:


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try a walking liberty or barber or morgan half dollar. they are a bit smaller than half dollars but bigger than quarters


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Try coin shops :idea:


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I've seen many foreign coins that are the "in between" size. Try old British or Canadian coins.


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 Post subject: Re: coin for my sized hand??
PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2008 8:53 pm 
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afelbs wrote:
quarters are too small and half dollars are a bit big. any suggestions on a coin inbetween those two that i could use??


You could try regular US 1 dollar coins -which is what I use.


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girspiggy wrote:
try a walking liberty or barber or morgan half dollar. they are a bit smaller than half dollars but bigger than quarters


A Walking Liberty is the same size as a Kennedy Half Dollar. Also, it's a Morgan Dollar, and it's a lot bigger than a half. I'm pretty sure Barbers are big too.


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The walking liberty is just a tiny bit smaller than the half dollar. it is maybe a quarter of a quarter of a half an inch smaller lol haha


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I live in cannada and I have alot of tonnies, And they work great. Im sure if you ask random people one of them might have one.


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