Category Archives: Coin & Currency

Climax Bill Tube

In case you are not familiar with the Climax Bill Tube, here is the basic effect, and working. A Bill is borrowed, and the owner asked to make a note of the number, and sign it, if he so desires. The Bill is folded, and given to the owner to hold, wrapped in a Hanky.  […]

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Magical Coin Block

The Magical Coin Block is an attractive plastic disk with a 3D decoration of a pharaoh’s on it. A penny (American one cent coin) is placed on the table or the back of a spectator’s hand, and covered with the block for an instant. When the block is lifted the Penny has magically shrunk to […]

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Dime & Penny Outfit

A precision crafted “Dime and Penny” set, this is an amazing pocket effect. The performer displays a silver Dime (US 10 cent coin) and a copper Penny (US 1 cent coin). Both coins are placed in a spectators hand, and when he opens his hand, the Dime is seen to have vanished, leaving only the […]

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Coin Catcher

The coin catcher is a tiny gimmick that enables you to apparently produce an endless supply of coins from thin air. Ideal for use in routines like the Miser’s Dream, this tiny gimmick eliminates the repeated palming of a coin, or any other sleight. Made of brass to give you a rust free prop, painted […]

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Crystal Clear Tube It.

Ian Adair originated Tube-It in the 1960’s, this becoming a popular effect amongst magicians.  This is an up-to-date modern version with a major feature – the TUBE-IT container being crystal clear, resulting in the effect becoming much more visual. Effect: A borrowed bill, which is initialled or serial number remembered, vanishes from beneath a pocket […]

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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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