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Honestly, I wouldn't bother. This is a really poor toy and a complete waste of money.
By Amazon Customer on 17 October 2016
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No batteries required
By ms-molly on 22 December 2014
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not sure at the moment as it is partpof my great grand daughters christmas present but i would imagine you could google the manufacturer
By janealicia on 18 December 2014
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We just opened ours. You can make about two coins per sheet provided and there are several sheets in the pack.. I'm thinking of buying extra foils myself.
By Robyn Gray on 20 April 2017
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They are about 3x3. Purchased from E/b*y for 99p. From China but brilliant compatibility
By tracey on 12 February 2017
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Yes, you can buy them on amazon. You can buy the ones from the supplier that makes the coin maker, just search John Adams coin maker refills or for a lot less you can buy the same by searching foil wrapping sheets. Hope this helps.
By wendy higson on 30 December 2015
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