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Fast and amazing magic!
And this one comes with an EXCLUSIVE BONUS VIDEO available only from MagicTricks.com!
The BONUS video will teach you how to make your own Coin Vanishing Handkerchief!
Peter Monticup will even show you his technique on how to have the loaded canister sitting in full view while the spectator is still holding the coin!
Coin Routine: Borrow a quarter from your spectator.
Let him make a mark on the coin, if you wish.
Put the quarter under a handkerchief, and let him hold on to it.
Yes, he can definitely feel the coin- he can tell that he is REALLY holding a quarter!
Put a small sealed brass container in front of him.
Point out that he is looking at the container, AND still holding on to the coin.
Snatch the handkerchief out of his hand- and the coin has vanished!
Let your spectator twist the top from the container- and here's the first amazing part.
The top has so many grooves in it that it will take at least 10 seconds for him to screw the top off!
Then, when he opens the container- HIS MARKED QUARTER is inside the box!
But HOW did the coin get into the box, while your spectator was holding on to it??
What a mystery- which is why this one is called the Brass Mystery Box!
But wait- that's not all!
Use this box to produce a vanished ring, a secret message, the ripped corner of a vanished card, or anything your imagination can dream up!
If it fits in the box, you can produce it!
THIS IS A VINTAGE WAREHOUSE FIND.
This is new merchandise that has been in storage for a long time.
The brass finish on your box will be tarnished.
You can choose to leave it that way, or you can use a product like Brasso (found in most supermarkets) to polish it up.