Spare Change (US Coins) trick David Acer
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You remove a penny from your pocket and ask someone for a dime, in an effort to perform the famous "11 Cent Trick". You drop the dime into your pocket, but suddenly, it travels back in time 10 seconds and reappears in your hand with the penny!
You pick up the penny and hold it at your fingertips, and instantly, it becomes the dime! The dime simultaneously becomes the penny, as the two coins transpose right before their eyes!
Finally, you close your left hand into a fist around the dime and offer to show them the famous "26 Cent Trick". Upon opening your hand, the dime is seen to have changed into a quarter!
What People Are Saying:
Jim Sisti of The Magic Menu said "It's the perfect trick to carry around with you for that 'impromptu' miracle!".
David Regal called it "... one of the strongest, most visual coin effects that can be performed close-up. The coins do all the work... a utility item that will be embraced by the expert as well as the novice".
Sol Stone said "A lovely routine. I'll take one!".
David Goodsell (M.U.M. Magazine) said "I like it! David Acer is one clever fellow."
Comes with precision coins and photo-illustrated instruction booklet.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 27th, 2016
This is an easy to do trick that really entertains. Highly recommended!
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on December 8th, 2015
Best routine for the "Penny and Dime" trick around. The quality of the coins are also very good.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 12th, 2015
This trick is a bit like a Chop Cup, but with coins. With the Chop Cup you perform a few sleight-of-hand deceptions involving a small ball, and then just when the spectator thinks she knows what’s going on, you produce two large balls for an amazing climax. Spare Change has a similar plot: You do a few sleight-of-hand deceptions involving a dime and penny, and then just when the spectator things she knows what’s going on, you produce a silver dollar for an amazing climax (the instructions suggest producing a quarter, but I produce a 1922 Liberty Head silver dollar for maximum effect). It’s true the two tricks aren’t exactly the same: The Chop Cup has two surprise productions (the two balls), whereas Spare Change has only one production (the huge silver dollar). But for an apparently impromptu trick that you can carry in your pocket, Spare Change is just great. And I suspect it will work for walk-around too, although I haven’t tried it yet for that purpose. The price is a bargain for such a strong and practical effect.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 3rd, 2010
As long as you have this set with you, you'll have an amazing routine to perform anytime anywhere.
Startling transpositions using "spare change" and a surprise ending. All in a nice and neat little package.
The routine is easy and magical.
The coins are nicely made.
Plus, the coins can be used for other routines. Meaning ... you can do an entirely different routine with this same set of coins. I really like having this type of flexibility with my gaffs.
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