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TWEEZERS
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TWEEZERS
Item Name:
TWEEZERS
Item #:
TK-0315
Author/Artist:
Tenyo
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$19.95
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Pluck large coins from a tiny hole with MAGIC TWEEZERS! A pair of magic tweezers produces coins too large to fit through a tiny hole in a credit card. Is it amazing? Yes. It's also visually absurd, and will cause laughs of surprise each time a new coin appears. One of Spain's top magicians, Mario Lopez created this novel effect, and Tenyo has developed it in our own unique way to produce a new trick that is sure to baffle. Show a pair of tweezers and a credit card containing a tiny hole. Insert the tip of the tweezers into the hole... when you remove the tweezers, a large silver coin appears! Show both sides of the card - there is nothing to see. Yet, you proceed to produce more and more coins! Finally, wave the card over one of the coins, and it magically transforms into a dollar bill! Items included: Tweezers-Gimmick--Instruction sheet--Original idea by Mario Lopez--New gimmick conceived by Kenichi Komiya.

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Pluck large coins from a tiny hole with MAGIC TWEEZERS!  A pair of magic tweezers produces coins too large to fit through a tiny hole in a credit card. Is it amazing?  Yes.  It's also visually absurd, and will cause laughs of surprise
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