Category Archives: Coin & Currency

Boston Box – Wood (50c size)

A variation of the Okito Box (above) this holds 4 half dollar (or equivalent) coins. Set the box on the back of your hand. Lift the lid, and the audience can see the coins fill the box. Cover the box, tap it, and the coins instantly pass through the box and the back of your […]

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Okito Box – Wood (50c size)

A classic effect for close up coin workers, this is a turned box specially made for use with Half Dollar Coins, or any coins of a similar size etc.  The box by itself is completely innocent, and can be thoroughly examined by the spectators.  With the help of a few simple moves, you can do […]

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Wand thru Coins

Effect :- A magic wand (or a borrowed pencil or Biro pen) penetrates through three borrowed coins. We supply you a special plastic frame with cover and a small magic wand. Three borrowed coins are placed in three circular grooves in the frame, covered by a strip of paper, and the cover of the frame […]

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Money Pad (Rupee Model)

A very easy item where the magician shows a Pad of blank papers on both sides.  With a snap of his fingers, the pad appears full, printed with Rs. 1000.00 Notes. We supply the Pad ready to work. Hold the pad by the spine in your left hand. Flip through this with your thumb, riffling […]

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Coin Production Hanky (New – Dlx)

The Coin Production Hank is the original creation of Magician Goutam Guha and has been marketed by us for over twenty years. The original model comprised of two cotton handkerchiefs stitched together in a very special manner. The prop resembled a common handkerchief, but the stitching of the pockets was noticeable at close quarters on […]

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Bill Tube (Gold Plated)

We are pleased to present to the Magic fraternity this handsome prop, precision machined from Brass, engraved and plated in Gold,  which with a little care will last forever. In case you are not familiar with the Bill Tube, here is the basic effect. A Bill is borrowed, and the owner asked to make a […]

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Card through Borrowed Bill

Performer freely displays a playing card and a PVC (plastic) folder to the spectators. He borrows a currency note or bill and folds it along its long edge, with one half a little wider than the other as in the illustration. He places the folded bill inside the folder with the ends projecting on both […]

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Miser’s Dream Glass

The glass where a coin dropped in the glass can be secretly and instantly extracted is an old and standard magic prop. This is an opaque stainless steel version of the prop, (unbreakable, and maintenance free !) that will enable you to perform a novel Miser’s Dream effect, or vanish a marked borrowed coin for […]

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Making Easy Money

The performer displays six empty wallets. A Borrowed Bill is placed in one of the wallets. When the Wallet with the Bill is rubbed against the other five wallets in turn, bills appear one at a time in all the other empty wallets. You return the Borrowed Bill, remove the other five bills for yourself, […]

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