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Johnny Wong Coins

What is the difference between Johnny Wong's Dream coin set, his Trinity Coin Set and Super Triple Coin?

Asked at 08:53am on October 30th, 2013 by s_branham (160 karma)
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Trinity Coin Set- Three piece where the top is expanded shell the bottom two coins split in half and they fit into the shell

Super Triple Coin- Are Shim magnetic three piece coin set the thickness of one coin split into three

Dream Coin Set- The same as the triple coin except it’s a half dollar and the top two coins make a slippery Sam

Answered at 09:13am on June 6th, 2014 by s_branham (160 karma)
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To clarify a bit more:

Trinity: consists of a Double Split Coin in an Expanded Shell.

Super Triple: also comes in Half Dollar size and consists of three identical-looking thin coins that stick together to look like a single coin (two of the thin coins have the thickness of a regular coin and bind together so well that the double coin could be casually handed out without exposure; not so with the triple).

Dream: a Slippery Sam gimmick is like a half shell that a very thin coin slides into. Therefore, in the Dream Coin set, you could not show both sides of the "half shell" gimmick, could you?

If I'm mistaken in any respect, please let me know. Also, how is Wong's Perfect Power 3 different from these sets? Is the Coin Bomber set made up of four Super Triple Coins?

Answered at 02:56pm on April 28th, 2015 by chrismatt (0 karma)
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