Can you "print" real dollars from blank paper?? Large model
The stage size version of the popular money making trick! Now you can perform this wonderful trick for a large audience! It's so deceptive, though, that you can STILL use this up close!
Imagine- make it look like you can change a plain blank piece of paper into a real dollar bill! It's simple! Just feed the blank paper into the machine, give the rollers a turn, and out comes real money!
Other ideas: change a regular dollar bill into a ten...a twenty...a one hundred dollar bill! Borrow a real bill from a spectator, place it into the Money Maker- and change it to a different bill! Change their dollar into a dollar with a message on it! Borrow a ten and change it to a one! The possibilities are endless. This one is surprising and incredible.
THIS IS A MAGIC TRICK. It doesn't REALLY make money from paper.You have to PUT YOUR OWN MONEY INTO THE TRICK FIRST, and then the Money Maker lets you create the illusion that you have taken a plain piece of paper and changed it into real money.A $10 bill will come out of the machine ONLY if you secretly put THAT SAME $10 into the machine first!We get emails every day (really!!) asking us "Does the ink smear on the new money?" or "Can I spend the money that comes out of the machine?"To repeat- NO! This trick DOES NOT ACTUALLY PRINT MONEY. It is a MAGIC TRICK.But it's a really really GOOD one!!
You supply the real dollar bill. MONEY IS NOT INCLUDED.THIS IS A MAGIC TRICK- it does not really print money.If the dollar-sized paper becomes worn out, simply cut new pieces out of any plain paper.
You can use the Money Maker to produce secret messages by loading a piece of paper instead of a dollar bill when you are getting the Money Maker ready to do the trick. The piece of paper can have a secret message or a prediction already printed on it, so that when you perform the trick, you can feed a blank piece of paper into the Money Maker, twist the handle, and out comes the piece of paper with the secret message on it.
The Money Maker trick was featured in the 1950 movie Bunco Squad, starring the famous magician Dante.
Interested in magic history? Visit our free online Magic Library, full of biographies of famous magicians plus lots of magic history and trivia!
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