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A Kennedy half dollar with a large nail attached to its reverse, this coin can be nailed to a floor as a gag or used as a comedy prop, for instance pulled off of your forehead and dropped to the table with an "obvious" explanation of how it stayed there.
You show a cute little cup and saucer. You pour coffee, milk or any other liquid into the cup and throw the contents at the audience. The liquid instantly turns into glittering confetti. The magic happens in the cup and is self-contained in the cup. T
You surely have seen forced selections, but have you ever seen three things that you can force? Such an item would really take forcing to another level, and Himitsu Magic has really done it! For the audience, it is enough to predict
NOTE: THIS UPGRADE PACK CONTAINS ONLY THE COINVEXED 3RD GEN CAP GIMMICK AND DVD. This is an additional Cap Gimmick to create your own routines and should be used alongside Coinvexed or Coinvexed 2.0. "The Final Answer In Coin
From World Champion FISM Winner Bill Cheung comes this brilliant routine! Three Morgan Half Dollars one-by-one become three Chinese Coins and then turn back into three Morgan Dollars. Simple because the AMAZINGLY GIMMICKED
Steve Fearson's Micro Macro is a direct and hard-hitting card trick that's effortless to perform. Two decks of cards are displayed as a representation of our micro-macro cosmic universe. One is large, the other is exactly the same
This is not the cheap, flimsy version available elsewhere…our Zig Zag Coke Bottle is a high quality prop you will be proud to own and use! Magician presents a bottle of Coke and places it inside a clear acrylic box leaving the
Using Patrick Page's Easy Money classic, Greg and Karl applied this brilliance to Hundy 500 and Heiny 500. They then independently conceived a new way to further the gimmick as a covert switch instead of an overt