I love these little purses. I have 6 all together, always ready to go with special coins or sets
like Jay Sankey's Holy Moly. The complete leather covering on the outside means that their isn't
much exposed metal that can't get beat up and tarnished from hanging out in your pocket all day.
Just be sure to buy 2. Trust me you will need them.
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This is almost the same exact thing as the Ton Onasaka purse. I'm not sure who originally came up
with the idea, but this is really nice. The leather feels perfect and the shape holds the coins VERY
securely. It's durable and looks really high class, even if it looks like a woman's coin purse :p I
suggest you put the money into this
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this is the best coin purse ever! its not to big, therefore, it dosnt hold more then 7 coins max.
but thats what i like about it. its small. the max number of coins i use is 6 so i dont need
anything bigger, and it hides that clasp thing (i think thats what you call it) on the inside.
perfect for gimmicked coins as well that you dont want to get scratched up with other coins.
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I have several coin purses, I ordered 2 a few weeks ago and was very happy with the price and
quality. I just ordered 2 more.
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I got this and thought that I had made a mistake in getting it. But then I put some coins in and
realized just how good it was. It looks really nice without the frame not hanging out and it can
hold a fair amount, I hold four right now and it seems just perfect. I do suggest that you get more
than one if you do decide to get this though.
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OK, $5 is not a high price, but this purse just looks and feels cheap. Is it REALLY leather? If so,
it doesn't look like it. In all honesty I nearly threw it out with the packing material thinking it
was a bit of rubbish. It's extremely small too. Not my best buy from Penguin.
Very good quality for carrying your gimmick coins in.
You keep the separated from your change in
your pocket so you don't spend them by mistake. You are ready for doing a coin trick any time.
I have a few Ton Onosaka coin purses, which i feel are among the best out there. The goshman are a
lot cheaper, so I thought I'd try them out. After they arrived...I was pretty impresses. Quality
appears to be very good, although I have'nt had them as long as the Onosaka purses, so we'll see.
For the price, I'd buy a few more.
These are okay for the money. They'll carry up to 4 dollar sized coins and a shell, (provided the
shell is ON one of the coins). It's a tight fit with four coins. I've noticed the clasp strength
tends to vary. These can be very hard to get open, or pop open all on their own - or any variation
The Ton Onosaka purses have a little loop on them where you can attach a keyring
or something, they don't have the variance in clasp strength and they are made with a much finer,
more supple leather. But good luck finding one and if/when you do, you'll pay for them. I have a
couple and I don't think you could pay me enough money to part with them.
In the meantime, these
Goshman purses are the same style, are real leather and, for the money, can serve their purpose in
carrying, presenting and protecting your coins quite well.
It is good quality. I have been using this purse for last 5 years. Now I bought some of them to keep