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Tricks: Coin and Money Tricks

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Money, Money by Juan Pablo and Bazar de Magia

$29.99

May you change this one dollar bill into a one hundred?... Sure we all have often heard this! To change the value of the bills is an often request of the spectators. Perhaps that's why Patrick Page created, time ago, the first version of his trick "Papers changed into bills". Since then many other versions of the trick were created,...

 

Ultimate Coin Purse - Lovins

$36.00

The Ultimate Coin Purse is a utility device designed with the magical performer in mind. It has several uses and is a very versatile prop. The uses for the Ultimate Coin Purse are endless! It is a switching device, change purse, and chop purse all rolled into one! I am confident you will find many uses for the Ultimate Coin Purse.

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Quartokito

$16.50

The visible vanish of a marked coin under impossible conditions

Imagine having a coin marked, then placed into a small brass box, the coin being visible at all times. Then you hand a spectator a small wooden box or another brass box to hold.

Next, you pick up the brass box containing the marked coin and simply allow...

 

3 Fly III - Daryl FD

$18.00

After fifteen years of development, Daryl's excellent handling of this beautiful, classic coin effect is finally available on an instructional DVD! Three silver dollars, held in a fan at the extreme tips of the fingers, magically fly through the air, invisibly, from hand to hand, in the most breathtaking manner possible. No sleeves,...

 

China Change

$12.50

After showing a half dollar in his open hand the magician slowly closes his fingers. The hand is opened to reveal a Chinese coin. The Half Dollar has vanished.

 

Coin Collector

$9.00

You show two small photographs, each with a picture of a quarter. You place one photo face down in a spectator's hand and the other photo is given a shake...and the quarter visually "pops" out of the picture, appearing in your hand! The quarter is real and now the photograph is empty!

Just when they've caught their breath,...

 

Coin Rattle - Porper

$100.00

Anyone who works close-up with coins knows the value of a coin rattle. Many have been made, but it took Joe Porper and R. Paul Wilson to come together to make this one. Worn under the sleeve, it has the simple "on-off" action that allows you to shake your hand then "hear" the coins only when you want them to.

 

Coin Tray - Viking

$45.00

Numerous routines are possible with the help of this cleverly designed prop. Spectator is asked to count the coins on the tray. The coins are dumped into the spectators hands and when their hands are opened the coins have multiplied. Professional Quality.

 

Copper Topper

$15.00

Used by itself or in conjunction with the classic Scotch & Soda, this subltle new idea will give your coin magic a whole new dimension!

  • Bottled Scotch & Soda - Spectator causes his own coin to penetrate a bottle
  • Scotch & Matches - Wooden matches transform into a spectator's coin
  • Box & Soda - Spectator's...

 

Corker

$33.00

Take your Coin in Bottle routine to the extreme with Corker Coin in Bottle by Chris Capstone!

Performer displays a bottle and a cork, which are both handed out for examination. The cork is then inserted into the top of the bottle, thereby preventing any entry or escape of any foreign objects. A quarter is then borrowed, and the performer...

 

Dishonest Abe

$30.00

A regular size penny triples in size then visibly inflates to a GIANT 3 inch penny. You getall the props plus detailed instructions. Not recommended for beginners.

 

Dollar And Quarter

$13.50

by Henry Evans

Effect

The magician asks an audience member to borrow a dollar and a quarter. Placing the quarter on top of the bill, the performer starts rubbing in a circular motion, as if to rub the quarter through the bill and even the table. The magician stops and removes his fingers from the bill to reveal that...

 

Dynamic Quarter

$13.00

Two brass caps are shown. The caps are turned over and magically a stack of five quarters appears when one cap is lifted.



 

Euro 50 Coin In Bottle

$17.00

Borrow a 50 cent Euro and an empty bottle. While the spectator holds the bottle you apparently knock the borrowed coin right through the glass. The coin is clearly inside the bottle! You shake the coin out and pass everything out forexamination. Audiences are amazed by this trick.


 

Euro 50 Scotch & Soda - Tango

$30.00

A 50 cent Euro and a 5 cent Euro are shown in your hand. Close your hand and when you open it again the 5 cent coin is gone! You can make it reappear from any location you want.

The Scotch & Soda is the greatest coin trick ever created.


 

Four For Ever - Henry Evans

$120.00

The performer shows four Chinese coins to a spectator. He then explains that the Chinese economy is doing very well lately. To illustrate this fact he takes one of the coins out of his hand, shows both sides, and places it in his pocket. There should be 3 coins left in his hand, but miraculously there are still 4. The performer repeats...

 

Ickle Pickle Nickel

$3.50

A small disk is placed on top of a Nickel. The disk is removed and the Nickel has shrunk to less than 1/4" in diameter. A great trick for a low price.

 

Impossible Matrix

$14.95

Make three coins travel mysteriously one at a time underneath two playing cards. Each translocation becomes more impossible as you slowly show your hands empty before and after the coin travels. You really must see this to believe it!

Impossible Matrix will completely fool magicians and lay people alike. A unique gimmick is used...

 

Lethal Tender

$20.00

Lethal Tender is a set of coins (half dollar and Chinese coin) with a playing card in a neat plastic case. With these items, fantastic transformations take place. The card is waived over the half dollar andit instantly changes to a Chinese coin! But that's just one surprising effect... several other "shockers" are described by Steve...

 

Okito Coin Box Routines, Bey

$4.50

This 53 page book has lots of great routines plus handling tips on the Okitio Coin Box.Copyrighted in 1963 this book has long been regarded as one of the best guides to coin boxwork.

 

Okito Coin Box

$16.00

This is the classic, the forerunner to all coin boxes. Simple in design and appearance, made from solid brass and perfectly weighted. Coins appear, disappear and penetrate thru the box. Al of the now famous effects are possible with this gem and no magician should be without anOkito Coin Box. Routine included.

 

Quarter Go

$6.50

A borrored coin is marked and placed under a handkerchief. Suddenly the coin vanishes. Magician then introduces a small wooden box that is securely locked with a small padlock. The spectator is given the key and asked to open the box. Inside is the marked coin! Comes with the box, lock and instructions. Use your favorite method...

 

Super Man

$36.00

The Magician asks a spectator to remove a quarter from their pocket and sign it. The Magician then takes the coin, holding it in full view and begins to rub the coin between his fingertips. The coin begins to bend. The signed bent coin is immediately given to the specctator as a souvenir.


 

Cash Converter by Richard Griffin

$34.95

Effect:
A borrowed bill is folded in half lengthwise. It is then pulled through the fingers where it visually changes into a different bill. Then with a blow it visually changes back to their original bill, you can then unfold it and immediately hand it back for examination.

  • No gaffed bills, you borrow a bill
  • Customizable...

 

CHECKING by Lin Kim Tung & HimitsuMagic

$24.95

You show a blank piece of paper on both sides, and instantly, it changes into real money! You can note that both hands are clearly empty at all times. This trick works with any currency. The paper visibly, with no cover, changes to a bill which is immediately shown on both sides. The third prize of FISM ASIA winner Lin Kin Tung makes the...

 


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