Expanded Dollar shell...
Four Quarter Dollar coins 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.
These Euro Shells are precision machined. Fits nicely over a normal Euro.
The magician shows a half dollar and a mexican coin in the left hand. He closes both hands and when he opens the left only the half dollar can be found because the mexican coin has appeared in the right hand!
The magician shows a half dollar and a mexican coin and places them in the hand...
The magician removes a stack of bills from his wallet and counts them one at a time showing he has six bills.
He deals three bills on the table, then counts them again and he still has six bills left!
The performer continues to discard three bills at a time, but each time he counts the remaining bills he still has...
Sam Fitton's ultimate street magic effect. Any borrowed coin is signed and held tightly inside the magicians fist. Moments later it vanishes and appears inside the performer's shoe. You never go anywhere near your shoe. The spectator removes the coin.
With this effect it is important to remember the following aspects:...
The Magician shows a penny and a dime in his left hand. He closes both hands and when he opens his hands, he now has a penny in his left hand and a dime in his right!
Borrowing any bill from a spectator, you produce a magic half dollar that goes right through bill in front of their eyes! The coin also disappears, reappears and multiples!
The magician shows a coin and a Boston box. Places the coin inside the box and closes the lid. He waves the box to show that the coin is still in the box. He places the box 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...
A coin is shown. The performer than takes a cigarette (or pencil) and visually pierces the coin.
The magician takes a coin in his hand and penetrates it with a cigarette or a pen.
Two coins are placed on the palm of your hand. Close you hand and when you open it up again there's only one coin! This clever gimmick does all the work. There's lots of possibilities with this coin. Show two coins in one hand and show your other hand empty. In an instant you have one coin in each hand!
The magician shows a quarter dollar coin and a one euro coin in his left hand. He closes both hands and when he opens his hands, he finds only a quarter dollar, because the 1 euro coin has traveled to the other hand.
The magician shows two coins, a quarter dollar and 1 euro coin, ...
A 2 Euro and a 5 Euro are displayed. One of the coins is clearly placed in your pocket.When your hand is opened there are still two coins. The effect is repeated a few more times until the end when all the coins vanish. Comes with an expanded 2 and an expanded 5 Euro
If you could look up Bob Swadling, in a dictionary, next to his name it would say quality magic.
This incredible piece of precision-made apparatus, allows you to perform super-clean coin vanishes, productions and penetrations. Every Bob's Box, has been CNC machined and then individually hand finished. You hold a true miracle...
In this incredibly visual effect, the performer places a dime inside his closed fist. He then places a penny on top of his fist. The performer taps the penny on top of his fist, and it instantly changes into a dime! He then opens his closed fist, and the dime that was there has become a penny!
Includes Instructional CD-ROM...
The start of a new era in metal bending. You ask for a coin and place it on the spectator's closed fist. tell him to hold tight and imagine the coin getting hot and soft. Say that he's going to bend a coin only the coin is not bent..it's melting!
Yes, the coin is really melting. The spectator can see and feel one...
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.
Only the U.S. Mint can tell if your money is fair and square! A breath of fresh air on a classic of magic!
As you show the spectator a half dollar, you explain that you would like to warn them about a few counterfeit coins which are circulating the country. The only way to tell if they are fair and square is to bring them to...
Place a dime and a penny in someone's hand and have them make a fist around the coins. When they open their hand the dime is GONE! A classic trick.
Though equally as convincing as our Magna Coin Box, the possibilities here are completely different. This is a thin walled, light-weight Okito type box that will stand minute examination, yet has a gimmick machined into it so undetectably that even we can't spot it. Transpositions, penetrations, vanishes and productions are all possible...
A wonderful set of custom made metal cordial cups produced by the craftsmen at Collectors' Workshop. This is a mini version of our Midas Cups. The performer drops four quarters into one cup and when inverted only three coins drop out. The second cup is lifted which reveals the missing coin. This is repeated with another coin joining...
Money that appears everywhere?
How many times the viewer request the money to appear? The time has arrived!
The effect dreamed by everyone!
Million Dollar Baby is that you take for excellence everywhere.
Easy to do. Easy to reset.
To take in your pocket all the time.
It is done with any monetary value and borrowed coin.
From the creator of Glass Mirage and ButterCoin, Silver Impression includes a full length instructional DVD, and two incredible gaffs.
With these tools, you'll be armed and ready to visibly melt a coin with your bare hands, and smash your fingerprint into the coin - permanently! In addition, you'll learn how to use...
One of the loveliest effects in magic. Four half dollars are placed in a glass and covered with a silk handkerchief.
The glass is balanced atop a deck of cards, and then the cards and glass are themselves balanced on top of another glass. On command, the coins visibly penetrate the upper glass and cards, one by one, and are...