Himber Wallet Small - JOL
Item Number: TA8441
Jerry O'Connell - London
"High Quality Leather Goods for Magicians"
About 1956 to 1957, Richard Himber used a leather wallet to do an effect, which he called, Bill-Fooled using a play on the American word Billfold. The basic construction of this type of wallet has not changed over the years and has become known as a "Himber".
All of JOL Himbers are simply the thinnest available today. No expense has been spared in bringing you this quality product. The Mini is perfect for switching small envelopes, cards or packets of cards invisibly.