"Spectacular" is an easy-to-operate gimmick yet it shows the most stunning visual effect!
A latest coin gimmick from Johnny Wong 2011, "Spectacular" comes with two unique coins, one being a US Half Dollar, another bronze Chinese Coin.
This product also includes an instructive DVD, which contains a variety of illusions such...
Four borrowed coins travel, one by one, from the left hand to the right hand.
The performer borrows a dollar bill which is initialed by the spectator and the serial number is noted. The bill is now folded, secured with a rubberband and placed within the folds of a hank, held by the spectator. Performer now displays a small brass tube with a threaded lid and brass bar running through it and a lock. This is given...
A borrowed bill is clearly inserted into a brass tube. The tube is sealed and given to a spectator. The spectator opens the tube and the bill has vanished. Combine this with the "Bill Tube" and you can have a signed bill vanish from one tube and appear inside another padlockedtube.
A half dollar is placed into a spectator's closed hand. You rest a copper English penny on the back of that same hand, and the copper coin visually changes into the half dollar. The coin is immediately shown on both sides. The spectator opens their hand to find the English penny. Both coins can be fully examined, immediately.
A great remake of an old Brema coin effect, long off the market but timeless.
The performer displays two coins, a U.S. penny and dime. Each coin has a small hole drilled through its center. Both coins are threaded on a cord, the ends being held by a spectator.
The performer than asks the spectator to name a coin;...
An incredible coin assembly from one of the top coin magicians in the world. A visual routine where four borrowed quarters are placed at each corner of a close-up mat. One of the quarters is covered by a clear glass while another is covered by a business card. The coin under the business card vanishes and visually joins the first coin under...
Four English Pennies are borrowed from the audience and held in the Magician's left hand. The coins then travel, one coin at a time, from the left hand to the right hand.
A borrowed coin is stretched.
A borrowed coin is stretched.
A playing card is placed on top of a drinking glass. Two coins are then placed on top of the card.
The card is give a shake and visually one of the coins penetrates the card and falls into the glass.
A famous puzzle is brought to life with this simple-to-do and highly entertaining routine which seems to defy logic!
THE FAMOUS PUZZLE...
"Three diners finish their meal. The waiter says the check is $30, so each guest pays $10. Later the waiter realizes the check should only be $25.
To rectify this, the waiter...
The Harmony Coin changes colour to match each coin it touches!
Even in the spectators own hands!
A black Chinese coin is displayed to the spectator. Then three more Chinese coins are shown, coloured red, yellow and blue.
The black coin is placed on your palm. The red coin is then placed alongside and the black coin...
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George Washington Takes an Incredible Trip into the Unknown!
The Story: I'm sure you've all heard the story of George Washington crossing the Delaware River during the battle of Trenton in 1776. But there's a strange tale about this even that the history books seem to have left out. It seems...
Hankerchief Vanishing Bill by Bazar de Magia The magician borrows a bill of any denomination from a spectator and places it under a hankerchief. He hands the hanky to the owner of the bill who holds onto it through the cloth. The magician snaps his fingers and tells the spectator to let go of the bill and...it vanishes! The borrowed bill...
This Perfect Power 3 is the latest coin gimmick from Johnny Wong in 2010.
Everyone would consider it to be a normal half dollar if they see from any possible angles.
But it will soon divide into two coins once being held in the performer's hands, and then again there will be 3 coins.
Just in a split of a second it is all...
Squished is the newest release from close up magician and creator Ben Williams.
How would you like to be able to borrow a penny and inches from their faces squash and stretch the coin into an impossible magical souvenir?
Everybody has seen the machines where you insert a penny and then pay your fifty pence or quarter and...
The magician takes a Chinese coin and an empty bottle. He requests a spectator who takes the bottle for the peak and strikes the bottom of the bottle with the coin, and it crosses the bottom of the bottle. Afterwards he shows that the coin is really inside the bottle, the magician waves the bottle and the coin goes out of it. Immediately...
Half Dollar that unfolds allowing you to show two half dollars. When you release the coin, the coins fold back up into one single half dollar.
The magician hold two cards in his hands face down. He ask the spectator to name two cards. "So, what are the two cards you pictured in your mind?" ............. "And they match." He shows the two cards in his hands, which have Chinese sign on them.
After this, the magician makes four Chinese coins appear from the two cards....
A big coin jumps from hand to hand, changes into a burst of silver confetti, and then changes into a 25 foot reusable coil!
Trick includes everything you need to perform including big coins, confetti, and complete instructions.
An exact duplicate of the Okito box with one important difference. The bottom has a recess that will accomodate a half dollar. This variation makes many amazing effects possible.
This is a visual miracle. Picture this: Borrow a quarter, and borrow a cigarette. Then right under their noses you push the cigarette through the center of the quarter. Let the effect sink in, then pull the cigarette back out. You wont believe this gimmicked coin even after you've seen it.
Don’t let the low price here fool you. The method is simple but the handling puts it into the miracle class. A half dollar with a large hole through the middle is examined. The coin is then carefully and fairly threaded onto a piece of ribbon. The ends are held by the spectator as a handkerchief is thrown over the coin. Reach under the...
A Kennedy Half (heads) on one side, the other side is an English Penny (heads).