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  • Double Sided Nickel

    Double Sided Nickel

    Book included! Never lose a coin toss again! 

    You never lose with a Double Sided coin. Flip the coin into air or spin on the table; coin will always turn up the winner. Learn More
    $4.99
  • Split Deck

    Split Deck

    A very unusual deck of cards.  The cards are cut in half and the magician displays that all the cards are different with each halve. One halve is used and a spectator selects a card and with the other halve another spectator selects a card as well. The audience is amazed as both are matching! DVD and Booklet included. 

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    $24.99
  • Las Vegas Color Monte

    Las Vegas Color Monte

    Three cards are shown, 2 have a red spot and 1 has a blue spot.  A gambling game. If you can find the red spot you win money.  Spectator is always wrong.  A surprise finish in the end.

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    $9.99
  • Card Warp

    Card Warp

    Two cards are displayed. One card is folded in half widthwise and the other card is folded in half lengthwise. The lengthwise card is  pushed through, the widthwise card. It emerges from the other side "inside out."  The cards are torn in half and the audience is shocked to see half a card turned one way and the other half another way--in opposite directions.  Can be carried in the pocket.

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    $4.99
  • Billion Dollar Mystery

    Billion Dollar Mystery

    A card merely thought of is revealed by the Magician.

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    $19.99
  • King's and Aces

    King's and Aces

    One by one, four kings transform into four aces. This "killer" trick should be in every magician's pocket because it is easy to do and does not require any sleight of hand. 

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    $9.99
  • Houdini's Credit Card

    Houdini's Credit Card

    On one side is a credit card and on the other, a black and white circle. By moving the card in a circular motion a coin optically appears inside the circle. Turn the card over and a quarter appears. Learn More
    $1.99
  • Electric Deck

    Electric Deck

    You can present a number of things with the ELECTRIC DECK and appear to be an expert in sleight of hand.  Cascade the cards from one hand to another at your arm's length.  Spread the cards across your arm and drop them into your hand.  Perform amazing card flourishes.  Easy to do.

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    Regular Price: $14.99

    Special Price $13.49

  • Copper Silver Brass

    Copper Silver Brass

    Place the brass and copper coins in one hand a half dollar in the other. They change places.

     

    The climax: change the copper and brass coin with the half dollar in your pocket.

     

    Repeatable! 

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    $49.99
  • Coin Alchemy

    Coin Alchemy

    The magician shows a stack of copper old English Pennies and Silver American half dollars.

     

    Magically, the coins can switch from copper to silver, silver to copper, and silver to gold.

      

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    $49.99
  • Coin Con

    Coin Con

    Fun and easy to do! A coin is borrowed and placed on the plastic base. The quarter and base are covered. When the cap is removed, the quarter is gone and in its place is a slug coin that reads, "Thanks for the quarter!"

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    $5.99
  • Coin in Bottle

    Coin in Bottle

    A wildly popular trick! This is a seemingly impromptu miracle. The magician displays a quarter, and then takes a bite out of it! The spectators actually see teeth marks in the quarter. A piece of the coin is missing, apparently in the magician's mouth. The magician then restores the quarter in a flash - by spitting the bit out a portion of the quarterback on to the chunk remaining in his hand. In the blink of an eye, the quarter is whole again! No sleight of hand is required. Complete with instructions that teach you how to perform this feat with a borrowed quarter! SOLD OUT Learn More
    $24.99

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