question about my new David Roth 3-box set

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Postby Guest » 02/13/05 12:30 PM

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Postby Steve V » 02/13/05 03:28 PM

You missed a few catagories to post the same question under.
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 02/13/05 06:12 PM

A well-made Okito box does not have to be very thick and heavy.
The Roth set is expensive, but the boxes are well made.
I'll ask Roth if he wants to post something about it.
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Postby Steve V » 02/13/05 07:15 PM

I think fit is more important that the thickness. I'm not a coin guy but I've seen Roths boxes and thought they were well made. Sounds like you think you got something else though...that I can't answer.
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Postby Mike Rubinstein » 02/13/05 09:42 PM

I talked to David, and he told me that he never sold his sets to any magic store in Arkansas. In fact, he only sells a few at a time to a handful of dealers, so it is unlikely that they have resold to another store. His boxes are of excellent quality, and a very good weight, but of course I have no idea if you have the same ones. I suggest you find out where the store obtained the set, and I'll get word to David to see if he thinks they are legit.
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