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Web Offer Bundle - February 2015
1. Melt Through
Price to receive both these brass products is just £45.00 (a saving of £10.00)
Here is a coin box routine which is perfect for table hopping as it can be performed surrounded, has no set-up or re-set, and in which all the props can be thoroughly examined as there are no fakes!
The illustrated instructions supplied detail either a one or three phase routine. The three phase routine is as follows:-
A square black jeweller’s box is displayed and opened. Nestling on the inside is a gleaming circular brass box with lid and a folded piece of ribbon. The box and lid both have a hole drilled through them so that the inside of the box can be easily viewed.
The box and ribbon are removed and a half dollar is tipped out from the inside of the circular box. All props are handed out for examination.
The half dollar appears to behave most strangely when enclosed in the box. The coin is dropped inside and the lid placed on. A few up and down shakes of the box and suddenly the coin penetrates out of the box which is immediately opened to reveal it is empty!
The empty box is sealed again with the lid and the base of the box hit against the coin. Instantly the coin penetrates into the inside of the box where it can be viewed through the hole in the lid. The top is removed to display the coin on the inside.
Replacing the lid the ribbon is now picked up and openly inserted into the box via the hole in the lid. Although the coin completely covers the inside, the ribbon melts right through the coin and appears through the hole in the base of the box.
The ribbon is pulled back and forth and the box is shaken so that the coin can still be heard rattling inside! The ribbon is finally withdrawn and immediately a spectator can look through the hole in the box and see the coin covering the inside. The lid is removed to show all is as it should be and all the apparatus can be left for examination.
You receive a well made quality brass box, the ribbon, the jeweller’s box and full illustrated instructions. You will need to provide your own half dollar or similar sized coin.
The magician suggests that many spectators believe that ‘the quickness of the hand deceives the eye’. But is this really true? Just for fun, the performer offers to see if he can move his hands quicker than the onlookers can see.
From his pocket he removes a black jeweller’s box. Opening it reveals a blue centred brass poker chip lying inside. The chip is removed for display and then replaced into the otherwise empty box.
Next the magician takes out an ordinary 10p coin and says that with this and the chip he will attempt to test whether the hand really is as quick as legend would have it!
The chip is lifted out of the box and placed on the flat left hand along with the coin. Very slowly, the right hand removes the coin and places it away in the pocket, the hand emerging demonstrably empty. The left hand curls around the chip.
Everyone clearly saw the coin being taken away, but did they see the magician put it back again? Without the two hands coming anywhere near each other, the left hand is opened to reveal the coin back on the left fingers next to the chip!
Next the chip is lifted away and clearly shown before being placed on the table. The closed left hand then squeezes and opens to reveal that the coin has melted completely away! But that was not the quick bit. The fast part was that the performer put the coin away in the box where the chip had been. And picking up the tabled box and opening it, the magician reveals the coin now lying inside!
CHOIN uses a nicely made chip gimmick which makes the presentation straightforward. There is no re-set, so the trick is ideal for restaurant work. I have used CHOIN regularly in my own commercial work and can testify to its strong impact.
You receive the special brass chip (please note this version uses a UK 10p coin), jeweller’s box and full instructions featuring 14 colour photo illustrations.
To order this Bundle of two brass products for just £45.00 please click the button below
That's all for this month. Remember, this special Bundle offer finishes on 28th February 2015, so put your order in now. See you next month for another WEB OFFER BUNDLE.