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The magician displays four jumbo (2 1/4") Chinese coins to the audience and offers to give an example of how well the Chinese economy system works. He clearly places one of the coins into his pocket and closes his hand around the remaining cards. When he opens his hand, he still has four coins! This is repeated several times and then things get out of control: one of the coins vanishes and reappears in the magician's wallet, two coins placed on the table multiply into four coins, two coins travel through the performance mat and to finish both sides of four coins are clearly shown, yet they multiply into eight coins!
Includes seven jumbo Chinese coins, six special gimmicks and instructions.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 7th, 2013
This is a great set, and does what it should. As I look at them casually, it's hard to distinguish the (magic thing) from the regular coins.
They'll fit in my show just as intended, and I think people will love the routine I'm putting together. So, very happy to have them.
For this much money though, I was a bit upset to find plastic instead of metal (magic things), and these things also came a bit scruffed up. Not to the point that the casual observer would notice, but enough that an excited person opening up his expensive new prop would notice.
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