A performer borrows a dollar bill which is initialed by spectator, and serial number noted. Bill is now folded, secured with a rubber band and placed within the folds of a hank, held by spectator. Performer now displays a small plastic tube with threaded lid and a plastic tube running thru it. This is given to spectator to hold in his free hand. Performer now snatches hank from spectator's hand and the hank proves to be empty. The dolar bill vanished, later to be found in the sealed tube.
A performer borrows a dollar bill which initialed by spectator, and serial number noted. Bill is now folded, secured with a rubber band and placed within the folds of a hank, held by spectator. Performer now displays a small brass tube with threaded lid and brass tube running thru it. This is given to the spectator to hold in his free hand. Performer now snatches hank from spectator's hand and the hank proves to be empty. The dollar bill vanished, later to be found in a sealed tube.
A spectator is asked to sign a dollar bill and place to within a brass tube. He remains possession of the tube throughout the effect. Magician never touches the tube once the bill is sealed. Upon spectator opening the tube, he finds that the bill has vanished. It is immediately found within our bill tube.
This is perfect hidden assistant that will deliver 12 coins silently into your waiting hand. Just the mere action of curling your fingers under the edge of cost triggers the dumping action. Complete instructions included.
Design allow for the prduction of 10 or more coins, one by one, at your fingertips. No fumbing, no awkward moves. Just push out with your thumb and a gleming 50 cent pieceappears ar your fingertips. The use of two units allow for a tremendous double hand production. Flesh color material.
Six coins are counted out, three are placed in the tray and the other three are retained by the spectator. From across the stage, you pour the tray into another spectators hands, and he closes his fist, holding them tight. Now you make the first three coins vanish, and the second person opens his hand to find all six coins. Holds 50 cent pieces.
A spectator is asked for the loan of a coin which is duly marked by it's owner. Coin is then vanished by the magician. Pior to this, the magician has displayed a small brass box which was left in full view. Following the vanish, the small box is opened by the spectator and a sound brass box is found. This is opened only to disclose another, even smaller box. Finally the fourth and hopefully last box is opened. To the spectators surprise, his missing marked coin is found within.
A small brass weight with a knob, a solid brass ring and a penny comprise this effect. A borrowed penny is dropped into the ring which is resting on any surface. The small brass weight is placed on the penny , a snap of the fingers and spectator is asked to remove a weight. The penny has changed to a dime.
A quarter is borrowed and marked. This is placed under a handerchief and given to a spectator to hold. Next to a small, padlocked chest is shown, then placed on a spectator's place on top of the small chest. First the spectator is requested to hold the hank containing quarter over the glass and at a magic command to drop the coin into it. A clink is heard when the hank is removed, the coin has vanished. Chest is now opened by the spectator, and as unbelievable as it may seem, the marked coin is found inside. Amazing!
Magician asks for the loan of a coin which is marked and he places it in this beautiful hand polished box made of solid walnut. He shakes the box, and you hear spectator opens the box, which is empty. Coin then reappears in an orange, bread roll, spectator's pocket, etc. Morris quality with excellent craftmanship.
Magician removes a pen from his pocket, and performs many effects. He borrows a bill, and a pen pentrates the bill which is then returns restored to its owner or using the pen, he changes a nickel to a penny, plus many other great effects.