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Postby Paul Green » 01/01/02 10:53 AM

Happy New Year all!

Just wanted you to know that D. J. Carroll is producing some very fine shells for the 3 Shell Game. He uses real walnut shells and prepares them to be used in any professional setting. The quality is excellent. He is charging $30.00, plus $3.50 for Priority Mail.

You may contact him at: crowdgatherer@hotmail.com

I do not benefit financially in the sale of these items. I just wanted the performer that wants a good set of props to know where to get them.

Regards,

Paul Green
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Postby Jim Riser » 01/31/02 12:56 AM

Paul;
Some of the nicest and most interesting shell sets I have ever seen can be found at: http://chefanton.com/
Click on School for Scoundrels then shell game. I especially like the turtle and scarab beetle sets. They also provide excellent peas!
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Postby Pete Biro » 01/31/02 09:07 AM

Agreed... School for Scoundrels stuff is great... and I love the scarab and turtle shell sets, made by a Native American who makes nice jewelry as well.
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