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BUYERS: After having checked the vendors in FAQ 4a and having read FAQ 7.j., and not finding what you're looking for, you can put an announcement here about the mah-jongg accessories you are seeking. If you are merely seeking a new/current NMJL or AMJA card, don't post a message on this board... click here to find out how to contact the issuing body directly instead. Or visit our Maj Links page to see a list of online mah-jongg vendors. Or click the NMJL card or AMJA card below. I have put the information all over this website about how to get the card, so DON'T write a "where can I get a new card" post! Read! Click! Go order that card right now!

  

SELLERS: Just scroll down and read the posts - and email customers who are seeking what you're selling.

SEEKERS: EMAIL YOUR ANNOUNCEMENT to WebmasterSloperama.com or click the picture below to submit your Accessories Wanted post. In your email, you must describe the items you want, with sufficient information so that sellers don't waste their time replying to you. Entries that do not provide sufficient information about what you want will not be posted. No shouting, please. Typing in all capital letters is considered "shouting." If any part of your post is typed in all capital letters, it will be converted to all lower case before going online. No information you provide through this website shall be deemed confidential.


Click this picture to submit your own announcement, or use the email address above.


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From: Sharpe Lora <lora.sharpegmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 10:49 PM
Subject: Looking for...
Hello Tom,
I am looking for a replacement handle for my new mahjongg case. I only need the handle, the remaining parts are fine. I work in a retail store that sells mahjongg supplies and this case came in damaged. The boss said I could have it and I am hoping to rehab it to useable condition. I have checked Ebay, but donít find any handles the correct size.
Thank you for any help you can offer.
Thank you!
Lorie


Box hardware

From: Laury Tarr <laurytarrgmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2017 9:22 PM
Subject: Tiles For Sale
Tiles For Sale:
Dimensions:
Color:
Material the tiles are made of: Bone/Bamboo
URL where you can see pictures:
It was suggested that because you buy incomplete sets you may have the box hardware spare parts that I seek.
The set is lovely but the box arrived with condition issues that the seller did not disclose. I've chosen to do repairs and make it whole. It's a Chinese wood mahjong box (9.25 " wide x 6.5" tall x 6" deep) with partial hardware on 3 of the 5 drawers. The seller included 1 additional drawer pull which is 2 pieces, a flat piece and a ring. The flat piece is just over 3/4" long & just over 1/4" wide. The ring is 3/4" wide.
- I'm also looking for 1 protector that goes atop 1 corner of the front door that slides up & down. Seller did include 1 protector. It is just shy of 2" long, & just over 3/8" wide.
- I think something is supposed to hang on the front door between the decorative metal bat's ears. There's a hole there.
I hope the pictures are helpful. Thank you for taking the time to help me.
Laury


Round rubber mat

From: Susy Weaver <susysusy@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Thursday, February 11, 2016 8:13 AM
Subject: Round rubber mat
I love my square rubber mat. I need a large round one now. I've been searching a long time. Any ideas on how to find one?
Thanks, Susy Weaver

Hi, Susy. You can try the vendors listed in FAQ 4a. I'm posting this on the Accessories Wanted board. Maybe someone will contact you with the information you seek.
Good luck! May the round rubber mat be with you.
Tom Sloper
トム·スローパー
湯姆 斯洛珀
Creator of the Sloper On Mah-Jongg column and the Mah-Jongg FAQs -- donations appreciated.
Author of "The Red Dragon & The West Wind," the definitive book on Mah-Jongg East & West.
Los Angeles, California, USA
February 11, 2016


Where to find cheap mah-jongg accessories?

From: Wilma Turetzky
Sent: Sunday, June 21, 2015 9:02 AM
Subject: where to find inexpensive replacement case for vintage maj jongg set
Tom,
I am trying to find an inexpensive replacement set [sic] for my 1940's era maj jongg set. I do not like the new aluminum cases. I would prefer a faux wood look case.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.
Wilma Turetzky
wilma.turetzkyindstate.edu

Hi, Wilma. You can try the vendors listed in FAQ 4A. And you can try the Accessories For Sale bulletin board. I'm posting this on the Accessories Wanted board.
May the inexpensive case be with you.
Tom Sloper
トム·スローパー
湯姆 斯洛珀
Creator of the weekly Mah-Jongg column and the Mah-Jongg FAQs -- donations appreciated.
Author of "The Red Dragon & The West Wind," the definitive book on Mah-Jongg East & West.
Los Angeles, California, USA
Father's Day, 2015


Where to get scoring sticks in Hong Kong?

[Post deleted - poster found that which he was seeking]


Where can I get antique racks?

>From: Ina Claire S <inaclairesaol.com>
>Sent: Friday, August 29, 2014 10:43 AM
>Subject: Mah Jong Racks
>Hi Tom -
>I teach Mah Jong at my local Senior Center and at the last class of an 8-week session, I make that lesson into a Chinese Party and use the antique bone/bamboo tiles and the bone sticks. My classes have grown so in size that I find I need to find more racks that can hold the bone sticks. Can you direct me in my search?
>Thanks......Ina Claire S
>Worry looks around...Sorry looks back....Faith looks up!

Ina, the only place I've seen antique racks (and especially that particular rarer type of antique racks) is on eBay. Good luck!
May the racks be with you.
Tom Sloper

Creator of the weekly Mah-Jongg column and the Mah-Jongg FAQs -- donations appreciated.
Author of "The Red Dragon & The West Wind," the definitive book on Mah-Jongg East & West.
Los Angeles, California, USA
August 29, 2014

[P.S. I'm also posting this on the Accessories Wanted bulletin board]


From: "sandbuckeeaol.com"
Sent: Friday, March 21, 2014 5:34 PM
Subject: Fwd: Mah Jonggvset pictures FAUX Brown Alligator....
i wish to buy a set with this case
I know that they were very popular and not pricey . I would like to know who has them in stock .
Or sherry can you order a set when you do your next big order?
2 Attached Images


From: donna lerner
Email: donnalerner1gmail.com
Sent: Friday, January 24, 2014 1:43 PM
Subject: Broken plastic money cups on racks
Ive broken two of the cups pictured and dont know where to find them. Anyone know?


Need a 1948 NMJL card

> From: Ellen
>Email: ebbrantleyaol.com
> Sent: Friday, June 28, 2013 5:14 PM
> Subject: 1948 NMJL card
> For my friends 65 th birthday, I want to find a copy of the 1948 card to play with. I checked ebay and couldn't find any. Do you have any ideas? Ellen

Just one: keep checking eBay. I've also posted this on the Accessories Wanted bulletin board.
Tom Sloper

Creator of the weekly Mah-Jongg column and the Mah-Jongg FAQs -- donations appreciated.
Author of "The Red Dragon & The West Wind," the definitive book on Mah-Jongg East & West.
Los Angeles, California, USA
June 28, 2013


From: Rosalie Maul
Email: rosalie.maulgmail.com
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2013 11:10 AM
Subject: Accessories Wanted
What I want is/are:
Vintage racks with fold over chip holder
Rosalie


From: Wendy Meagher
Email: wmeagher1gmail.com
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2013 6:50 PM
Subject: 2012 cards
My name is Wendy and I have the privilege of teaching MJ in the Adult Ed for my school district. This semester i have approximately 35 people enrolled and i am looking for 2012 cards as the class starts March 6th and the new card does not arrive until the firsr week of April. I will gladly pay the postage if you can help me out or give me some suggestions. Also, as we will only need them for about 2 weeks (before we receive the new cards) i was hoping to pay for the postage only.
Thank you for your consideration. If you need to reach during the day i can be reached at 631 774-2335 or after hours at 631 724 3135 or email me at this address.
Thanking you in advance for your consideration
Wendy


From: Terri
Email: graphicventuresverizon.net
Sent: Thursday, January 3, 2013 3:46 AM
Subject: Accessories Wanted
What I want is/are:
I am looking for a set of helping hands that will fit the antique Bakelite sets. I saw them online a few years ago, but cannot find them anywhere now.
Thanks,
Terri


From: "gbw107optonline.net"
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 3:29 PM
Subject: Accessories Wanted
What I want is/are:
One copy of a Book From the Japanese Mah jongg Museum
Could be called" Mah-Jongg Museum Big Picture Book
or called Illustrated Book of the Mah-jongg Museum
April 1999 ISBN 4-8124-0473-8
Published by Takeshobo
Iíve also been told a later edition was called
The Collection of the Japanese Mah-jongg Museum
ISBN 4-8124-2365-1
May be from 2005
If anyone has a copy they would like to sell, please contact me at gbw107optonline.net
With Price$ and title subject Japanese MJ Museum Book for sale
With your email address so I can get back to you
Thanks
King Regards,
Gayle


From: "Aubie20aol.com"
Sent: Monday, June 4, 2012 12:28 PM
Subject: Accessories Wanted
What I want is/are:
Two E S Lowe Brass Coin Holders - Vintage a also a E S Lowe Case with two trays to complete a nice old 157 tile set with 5 burg. racks thanks


From: Peter Unwin
Email: punwin9179 yahoo.com>
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2012 11:46 AM
Subject: Accessories Wanted
Hi folks
What I want is/are: I am looking for a five (5) drawers carrying case for my tiles. Would like to find a redwod case which would be wonderful, Hoewever I am not picky though anything wood would be considered a bonus. Also looking for two (2)little boxes that accompanies the dice and the dice are included. Do hope I'm not asking to much. Picture attached shows what I have at the present. Wood piece (top) of front cover missing as shown
Please email a pictures,and dollar amount you want for it.
Thank you,
Peter Unwin


From: "bevherbsachscomcast.net"
Sent: Saturday, December 10, 2011 4:15 PM
Subject: mah jong racks
i am looking to purchase 4 mah jong racks that qill fit my tiles. the measurements of my tiles are 5/8" x 1"-1/8 x 7/8". i know they were purchased in hong kong. can you get these racks for me. the tri- colored tiles are pink,clear,white. please e-mail back whether you can get thesew racks either in pink or white, send specifications of racks and price. thank you.


From: "Donna Nowack"
Subject: Eddie Cantor Sheet Music :Since Ma Is Playing Mah Jong"
Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 13:47:30 -0400
Hi
I am new to your site and donít know if this is appropriate to ask, but here goes!! Iím looking for a copy of ďSince Ma Is Playing Mah JongĒ by Eddie Cantor. Iíve been collecting Vintage Mah Jong for a couple of years and would love to own a copy of this sheet music. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Donna Nowack Donnannowacksales.com


From: shirley hanick
Sent: Friday, June 18, 2010 8:21 AM
Subject: cases for older maj sets
my Maj friends and I have old bakelite sets but need replacement newer cases because ours have totally fallen apart.. we live in Canada and know that priority international costs about $42. for shipping a large box.. can anyone help? schiap1sympatico.ca
Shirley
Toronto, Ont. M6B1L3
Canada


From: deb lord in mazatlan
Email: dkadabraloyahoo.com
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 2:19 PM
Subject: trays for rose wood box
i am looking for 5 drawer/trays for tiles that go inside a chinese rosewood majong box. i would buy the drawers with or without tiles. i already have a lovely box that was given to me as a gift. thanks.
deb lord


Where can I buy old NMJL cards?

>From: Marilyn Anton
>Sent: Tue, April 6, 2010 10:14:05 AM
>Subject:
>Good Morning!
>I am searching everywhere for a copy or original 1940 National Mah Jongg League Standard Hand card for my 70th Birthday party friends are giving me this month and I wonder if you could help me?
>There was a Mah jongg Museum site that showed the card but it seems the Museum isn't viable anymore as my emails fail. National tells me they only keep last years card and there is no archive, and Mah jongg Maven told me to ask you.
>Thank you so much for whatever you can do to help,
>Marilyn Anton
>marilynlantonatt.net

Hi Marilyn,
The place most people get old cards is eBay. You can check my Accessories For Sale bulletin board, you can try contacting people who sell old tiles on my Tiles For Sale board, and I'm posting this on the Accessories Wanted board. Good luck!
By the way, the MahjongMuseum website is still online. But yeah, don't bother sending emails there.
May the card be with you.
Tom Sloper
Author of "The Red Dragon & The West Wind," the definitive book on Mah-Jongg East & West.
Los Angeles, CA (USA)
April 6, 2010


From: gloria
Sent: Tue, March 30, 2010 10:31:36 AM
Subject: Accessories Wanted
What I want is/are:
I am looking for the Shanghai Mah Jongg Essentials or Shanghai Second Dynasty CD game by Activsion. The CD game has been discontinued by Activision. We have ladies here who have learned the game and want to play it on their computers at home. PLEASE let me know if you have one or if you know someone who wants to sell theirs.
Thank you,
Gloria Bello
Gbello3suddenlink.net


(Post removed - Poster found what he or she had been seeking! - Webmaster)


From: Michael Mathew
Email: mathewmchariot.net.au
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2010 8:15 PM
Subject: Mah Jong counters
Can you suggest (does anyone have for sale) stick type counters, bone preferred but plastic ok, demoninations 2 and 8 or 10 in black or blue marking and 1 and 5 (for 100 and 500) or similar in red. They were I believe standard with sets in the 1920's.
Michael Mathew


[Post removed - poster found what he wanted! - Webmaster]


>From: patricia wagner
Email: wagner5566bellsouth.net
Sent: Tue, November 3, 2009 1:09:26 PM
Subject: Accessories Wanted
What I want is an aluminium case that has trays to hold mah jong tiles as well as large enough to hold everything to do with this game.


How to order

>From: Carol
>Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 11:16:06 AM
>Subject: Accessories
>Can you tell me how to order a bettor and an east marker. I want one of each.
>Carol Cohen

Hi Carol,
First, you contact a vendor who can sell you the accessories you want. There are vendors listed in FAQ 4a and on the Accessories For Sale Bulletin Board. You can link to the FAQs and Bulletin Boards via the site links, above left (scroll up).

To contact a vendor, if the email address is shown, email him or her to inquire about how to order. You might be able to click the email address (if it's underlined) or you might have to copy and paste the email address into the To box of a new email (using your email program). If the website shows the email address with a or a , change that mah-jongg character to the @ symbol.

If the vendor's website address is shown, you might be able to just click on it (if it's underlined) or you might have to copy the address and paste it into the address box of your Internet browser. Once you arrive on the vendor's site, there should be information there about how to order.

You can tell an email address from a web address easily: email addresses have an @ in them, and web addresses begin with http://

May the accessories be with you.
Tom Sloper
Author of "The Red Dragon & The West Wind," the definitive book on Mah-Jongg East & West.
Los Angeles, CA (USA)
Autumnal Equinox, 2009



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