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This is fantastic! A Mexican Centavo and a Chinese coin are held in one hand while the other hand holds a half dollar. The hands are closed then immediately re-opened, and the coins have changed hands. Your audience will have their heads spinning. The Chinese coin has a hole thru the center which makes the effect even more bewildering....

With this gimmick, there are two different effects in which you can use this item perfectly...**Effect 1:**

Four borrowed coins travel, one by one, from left to right hand. **Effect 2:**

A coin borrowed from the public through a ticket which was also provided, finally everything is given to examine. item(s) available...

With this gimmick, there are two different effects in which you can use this item perfectly...**Effect 1:**

Four borrowed coins travel, one by one, from left to right hand. **Effect 2:**

A coin borrowed from the public through a ticket which was also provided, finally everything is given to examine. item(s) available...

With this gimmick, there are two different effects in which you can use this item perfectly...**Effect 1:**

Four borrowed coins travel, one by one, from left to right hand. **Effect 2:**

A coin borrowed from the public through a ticket which was also provided, finally everything is given to examine. item(s) available...

The magician shows four Eisenhower dollar coins in his hand, then takes one of the coins and brings his pocket, when you reopen your hand has 4 coins again.

Returns to remove a coin from his hand and takes her to his pocket but when you open your hand has 4 coins. Repeat this 2 times and always has 4 coins.

Finally it shows the 4...

Supplied with a stainless steel cup 4" x 3-3/16" in diameter, a giant size half dollar coin 3" in diameter and a normal half dollar incorporated into a special gimmick. The illustrated instruction sheet explains the routine and walks the performer through the two 'moves' involved in working the effect.

Performer is seen...

Bite Out Coin

You place a quarter in your mouth and apparently bite off a piece. Now while holding the cointhe bitten off section visually re-appears. As seen on TV.

Not since the mob, has it been this easy to change money.

Extortion by Patrick Kun & SansMinds has taken bill changes to a new level.

Imagine with a gentle FINGERTIP touch, magically change a $1 to a $20 with a CLEAN display from beginning to end.

Also a powerful new method to visually transpose the bill from yours to...

Was $42.00 Now $32.00

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The magician takes a coin, places it on the back of his hand, then takes a brass stamp and places it on the coin. He presses the coin and the coin goes through the hand falling down on the table.

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Key accessory to perform the set up of Scotch & Soda and 1.25 locking tricks.

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The Magician bends a borrowed coin. Really Incredible.

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The Magician bends a borrowed coin. Really Incredible.

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The magician borrows a bill, ask to sign it, and places it under a handkerchief. He then gives the handkerchief, with the bill inside, to a spectator and shows a closed tube of bronze. Gives the tube to the other spectator with the key for the padlock. He then throws one of tops of handkerchief and the bill doesn't...

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The magician shows a coin, then he bites the coin and removes a piece of the coin, the coin is clearly shown to be missing a part. The magician then pulls the missing piece of the coin from his mouth. To finish the effect, the magician puts the piece back in his mouth and then blows on the coin and instantly the coin...

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The magician shows a coin, then he bites the coin and removes a piece of the coin, the coin is clearly shown to be missing a part. To finish the effect, the magician blows on the coin and instantly the coin now looks to be whole again!

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The magician shows a coin, then he bites the coin and removes a piece of the coin, the coin is clearly shown to be missing a part. The magician then pulls the missing piece of the coin from his mouth. To finish the effect, the magician puts the piece back in his mouth and then blows on the coin and instantly the coin...

The magician shows a coin, bites it and removes a piece. He then opens his mouth and shows the piece in between his teeth! He then puts the coin back in his mouth and returns it to its original state!

Effect: The magician shows a coin and a Boston box. Put And the coin inside the box and the lid. He waves the box to try that the coin is there, he places on the back of his hand, which supports a few centimeters over the table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls down on the table. The box is opened and is empty....

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The Magician shows a coin and a Boston box. Put the coin inside the box and close the lid. He waves the box to try show that the coin is still there. He places it on the back of his hand, which hovers a few centimeters over the table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls down on the table....

Boston Coin Box - Dollar Size by Tango Magic - Tricks

**Perform the traditional Boston box miracles with the biggest coins. In addition to the finely crafted box you will also find the Tangopedia DVD and the quality of Tango Magic.***Effect*

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...

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The Magician shows a coin and a Boston box. Put the coin inside the box and close the lid. He waves the box to try show that the coin is still there. He places it on the back of his hand, which hovers a few centimeters over the table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls down on the table....

*Effect*

The Magician shows a coin and a Boston box. Put the coin inside the box and close the lid. He waves the box to try show that the coin is still there. He places it on the back of his hand, which hovers a few centimeters over the table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls down on the table....

*Effect*

The Magician shows a coin and a Boston box. Put the coin inside the box and close the lid. He waves the box to try show that the coin is still there. He places it on the back of his hand, which hovers a few centimeters over the table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls down on the table....

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