We found a set of coins with a dramatic design improvement over the original classic coins!And then we added a whole new spin to it!With the Perfect Scotch and Soda coins, you can do moves and whole routines that were not possible with the old style set!
You will be able to do the routines you see in the demo video:VANISHING COINPlace the half dollar and the centavo coin in your open left hand.Let the half dollar visibly slide off your palm into your right hand, and close your left hand.Ask your spectator which coin remains in your left hand.They will say the centavo.They are wrong!Open your left hand- it is EMPTY!ACROSS THE BORDERPut the half dollar and centavo coins together, holding them by the rim.(No, you can't do THAT with the old Scotch and Soda coins!)Toss the two coins visibly from one hand to the other.(No, you can't do THAT with the old Scotch and Soda coins either!)Then take the half dollar and the centavo individually out of your hand and place them on the table.(And no, you can't do THAT with the old Scotch and Soda coins either!)Place the half dollar coin in your left hand, with part of the coin visible.Let the centavo visibly slide past it into your palm.Remove the still visible half dollar coin.Ask your spectator which coin should be in your left hand.They will say the centavo.They are wrong!Open your left hand- it holds a CANADIAN HALF DOLLAR coin!(Needless to say, you can't do THAT with the old Scotch and Soda coins either!)TWO TO ONEPlace the half dollar coin and the centavo coin on the table.Place an ordinary glass over the coins.With a quick shake of the glass, the two coins have VISIBLY and INSTANTLY changed into one coin!Lift the glass and remove the coin, showing both sides.(And no, you can't do THAT with the old Scotch and Soda coins either!)
And everything you need is included (except the ordinary glass)!You'll get the main gimmicked coin plus the other coins that MagicTricks.com added to make this effect work so uniquely.You'll also get ONLINE VIDEO INSTRUCTION by Peter Monticup.You'll learn exactly how this coin set works, exactly how to handle it so it works smoothly, and you'll learn the three routines shown in the demo.
PETER MONTICUP SAYS:Rarely do I get this excited about remaking an old classic trick.I found a supply of the gimmicked coin, then figured out how to add some ordinary but special coins to the set to make the impossible possible.It took me a few months of daily trial and error, and practice, to develop the routines I am sharing with you.THIS COIN SET HAS PERMANENTLY CHANGED MY COIN CLOSEUP ROUTINE!I will never be without this set- it is THAT good!
You supply an ordinary glass if you want to do the TWO TO ONE routine.This comes with ONLINE VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS only- no printed instructions.It is strongly recommended that you carry and store this coin set separately from regular money, in a pouch or a Coin Carrier (available from MagicTricks.com) so that you don't spend it by mistake.
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!
Make sure you don't spend the trick coin by mistake!Keep your trick coins safe and separate from other coins. Keep them in a COIN CARRIER.See the different styles of coin carriers and cases for sale here.
You can choose to change the copper coin to a US quarter, or you can change it into any similar size coin, such as a Susan B Anthony dollar coin, etc. If you are going to repeat the trick, it is fun to do it the first time with a quarter, and the next time with a gold color coin, like a Sacagawea dollar (you can purchase these at a coin shop).
Is it illegal to use real US coins to make magic tricks? According to the U.S. Treasury F.A.Q., the answer is- No. It is only illegal to alter a US coin with the intention of spending it as if it were a coin of a different value.From the official U.S. Treasury website: "Section 331 of Title 18 of the United States code provides criminal penalties for anyone who 'fraudulently alters, defaces, mutilates impairs, diminishes, falsifies, scales, or lightens any of the coins coined at the Mints of the United States.' This statute means that you may be violating the law if you change the appearance of the coin and fraudulently represent it [in a monetary transaction in trade for goods or services] to be other than the altered coin that it is. As a matter of policy, the U.S. Mint does not promote coloring, plating or altering U.S. coinage: however, there are no sanctions against such activity absent fraudulent intent."
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