Cover any glass with a deck of cards. Toss a coin toward the glass - it disappears and visually materializes with a loud clink inside the glass!
Repeat it as often as you like. You can even let a spectator hold the glass when the coin appears! It looks impossible because you�re nowhere near the glass!
Flight deck works...
Borrow a dollar bill as you bring out a pen. Fold the bill and rub it against the pen "to generate a static charge." Suddenly the bill floats above the pen, hovers a moment, then floats back down and lands on the pen!
Place your hand near the pen and the bill floats over and lands on your hand. Then it lifts off and floats back...
The magician shows both sides of a mirror and a coin to the audience. He then places the mirror along the middle of the coin.
He pulls the mirror back to show a complete mirror image of the coin.
Next he pulls away the mirror and the reflection of the coin has become a real coin!
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The magician shows a 50 cent euro coin and a card, then he hits the coin with the card and the coin changes to a euro coin. He gives the coin to be examined to the audience.
Here's a great little trick. Place a penny on a spectators hand. Tap it with a pen and instantly it changes to a real dime! Very visual and easy to do.
If you could only see this performed live! 1-100 Bill Switch is one of the cleanest, most magical bill switches you will ever see (and one of the easiest). It's well explained with four pages of text and pictures. A classic of magic that should be in the performing repertoire of every magician.
Here's a quick visual trick that really gets their attention.
A genuine U.S. Dollar Bill is shown. You begin folding it and suddenly the bill is gone and you are holding a pack of matces! You can show the matchbook front and back and there is nothing to conceal in your hands.
This booklet teaches one of the most astonishing, startling, visual tricks in all of magic.
Borrow a dollar bill.
Crumple it into a loose ball.
Set it on your open palm.
Slowly, eerily and mysteriously, the bill rises off of your hand!
The secret of this incredible feat is described in detail...
This little kit comes with instructions plus everything you need to perform the Floating Bill. You also get instructions on a Coin Matrix and a PSI effect where a pencil mysteriously rolls across a table.
One of the most visual bill changes you will ever see!
The performer clearly shows both sides of a bill and otherwise empty hands. He folds the bill once in half, and simply by waving one hand over the front of the bill once, it changes before the audience's eyes!
An almost hypnotic experience, Hypno-Bill really...
A blank piece of paper is placed into the wooden tray. The blotter is then rolled over the tray transforming the blank paper into genuine currency. Any bill may be produced.. And it's completely examinable.
Made of quality hardwoods. This is a collectable quailty prop that you will thoroughly enjoy!
Four blank pieces of paper are shown on both sides. They immediately are transformed into four bills when they are counted from one hand to the other!
A fantastic new twist on a classic effect!
Works with every type of currency! Sample set included.
A dollar bill is folded several times. When the bill is unfolded the middle is in the corners and the corners are in the middle. This is a genuine one dollar bill. The bill is folded up again and restored to it's original condition. Comes complete with US currency.
Hide the left of a Card with the left hand, have the right end of a card with the right hand It shows so that power may be put, and a card is extended!!!
The Bill Switch is a staple in the magic arsenal of magicians the world over. The transformation is beautiful, but many of the standard routines tend to be flawed. Typically, immediately following the magical transformation of a $1 to $100 or after turning a bill "inside out" you must change the bill back again, but why?....Jay Sankey has...
The magician shows a Jumbo Chinese Coin to the audience, through which he threads a rope. He explains that that is why the ancient Chinese coins had holes in the middle. He loops the rope again through the hole in the middle of the coin. He pulls the rope, holding it by its end, to show that the coin is securely attached. T he magician...
The magician shows two coins over a card. He puts the card over a glass and one coin goes thru the card. He takes the other coin and lets it fall over the card. The coin goes thru the card too. The magician takes the deck and lets both coins fall over the deck and the coins go thru the deck.
Available in Half Dollar, Quarter,...
The magician shows a coin and a Boston Box. Put the coin inside the box and close the lid. He shakes the box to make sure the coins is still in there and places the box on the back on his hand which is a few centimeters above a table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls on the table. The...
No matter how much you bet, you will always win. Make your bet for heads or tails, and the coin will fall according to your choice. It's a double-headed coin.
Use it as the closing act of a card routine, in mentalism or just to seduce Demi More.
The magician shows a 50 cents euro coin and a quarter dollar coin in his left hand. He closes both hands and when he opens his hands, he finds only a 50 cents euro coin, because the quarter dollar coin has traveled to the other hand.
The magician shows two coins, a quarter dollar and...
The magician shows a 50 cents euro coin and a quarter dollar coin in his left hand. He closes both hands and when he opens his hands, he finds only a 50 cents euro coin, because the quarter dollar has traveled to the other hand.
The magician shows two coins, a quarter dollar and a...
Expanded 1 Euro Shell...
A coin passes through a note/bill borrowed from a member of the audience.
The magician shows two coins, places them on the table and puts a glass (brim upwards) on the coins. Incredibly one of the coins appears inside the glass.
Two coins are shown in the palm of your left hand: one English penny and one half dollar. You place the English penny in your pocket, yet, when you open your hands, both coins will be in your palm again. Then you place the half dollar coin in your pocket and again the coin returns to your hand. Again you place...