by the late Arthur Carter with an addition by Brian Le Slie
A boy and a girl are invited to assist and are stood each side of the performer, the boy on the right . The children are given a wand each, the boy receives a yellow one and the girl the red one.These are called not..
The magician shows a wooden frame with three holes in it.A note is sandwiched between the frame and a backing plate and is clearly visible through all three holes.A star trap is swivelled over the centre hole and a pencil is pushed right through the star trap and note, the note is visible through th..
This is a uncanny close-up mystery where the double two spots magically change place with the double fives on the other two dominoes.Repeated ad lib .Supplied are five dominoes nicely made in shiny plastic with white centre each one measuring 5.6cm ( 1 1/4") long by 2.5 (1") wide approxi..
The magician shows three platters of different colours each with a hole in them, and a length of ribbon. A spectator is asked to select any of the coloured platters which is placed between the other two and the ribbon threaded through the centres of the platters.The performer spreads the platters ou..
One by one four 10 pence coins pass through a solid brass plug.Each of the three brass pieces can be given out and examined. There is nothing to reset making this effect very useful for close up magician to have in there pocket along with coin magicians.This effect comes with Tangopedia ..
Here is a beautiful “encyclopedia” on the gaffed coins: THE COMPLETE TANGOPEDIA OF GAFFED COINS. In this four hour instructional DVD, Mr. Tango explains more than 50 gimmick coin routines using a variety of their specialty coins such as Expanded Shell-Coins, Copper/Silver/Brass, Scotch and Soda, Pen..
Show 4 coins in your hand; give the coins to be checked. Put the coins inside the box, take the box and let fall the coins in your left hand, close your hand and magically one coin come back to the box. Repeat the movement with the rest of the coins, and one by one, the coins go back to the box.In t..
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 coins is still in there and places the box on the back on his hand which is a few centimetres above a table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls o..
The magician shows a coin and a box Okito. He puts 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 centimetres over the table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls down on the tabl..
Show 4 coins in your hand; give the coins to be checked. Put the coins inside the box, take the box and let fall the coins in your left hand, close your hand and magicallly one coin came back to the box. Repeat the movement with the rest of the coins, and ony by one, the coins go back to the box.In ..
The performer shows two coins, an American half dollar and a old English copper Penny. the performer places both coins under a handkerchief, then takes the Half Dollar coin and places it on the handkerchief, raises the handkerchief slightly the handkerchief to show t..
One possible effect:- FourHalf Dollar coins are borrowed from the audience and held in theMagician's left hand. The coins then travel, one coin at a time, fromthe left hand to the right hand.
This coin comes with Tangopedia-a four-hour instructional DVD for this and the other Tango co..
Two coins are shown in the palm of your left hand: one English penny and one half dollar. You place the English penny in your pocket, yet, when you open your hands, both coins will be in your palm again. Then you place the half dollar coin in your pocket and again the coin returns to your hand. Agai..
Effect 1The magician shows a half dollar and an English penny in the left hand. He closes both hands and when he opens the left only the half dollar can be found because the English penny has appeared in the right hand!Effect 2The magician shows a half dollar and an English penny and places them in ..