A mixed-up mystery! What a way to change a dollar bill into "four quarters"!
It's an amazing illusion using real money! Start with a normal dollar bill- even BORROW it if you want. In full view of your audience, fold the bill several times, then unfold it- the bill is now all mixed up, with the outside edges on the inside! No, not taped, not fitted together- actually printed as one complete piece, only inside out!
The response you will get is incredible! People won't believe their eyes- they will want to examine the mixed-up bill. And they can- it is a REAL bill. No funny stuff!
Comes complete with the special dollar bill and instructions.
This special bill is a REAL DOLLAR BILL, officially printed by the United States government! Uncut sheets of US paper currency are sold by many coin dealers. This bill is made from one of those sheets.
We also carry the QUADRABILL, which is a similar effect of a mixed up bill.The difference: Mismade Bill requires sleight of hand, you can use a borrowed one dollar bill to start, and your spectator can handle the mixed up bill at the end.QuadraBill requires no sleight of hand, but you can't use a borrowed dollar and you can't hand out the mixed up bill at the end.
You supply the ordinary dollar bill.
How to watch the ONLINE video instructions:After purchasing this trick, you will receive the password for the video.The password will be EMAILED to you with your Order Confirmation.Once you have received the password, click on the WATCH icon located right under the demo video above.The ONLINE video page will appear.Put your password in the password box, and enjoy the video!
Use this in conjunction with the Money Maker trick. First you can "print" a dollar with the Money Maker, then jumble it using this Mismade Bill routine, then feed it through the Money Maker again to make it normal. By ending with the Money Maker trick again, this has the added advantage of putting the jumbled bill safely away inside the Money Maker at the end of your routine.
P. Howard Lyons introduced the concept of this trick in his 1956 issue of Ibidem Magazine.
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