A must for anyone looking to learn sleight of hand
The Cups and Balls effect is one of the most recognizable tricks in magic! Many professional magicians make the Cups and Balls the highlight of their performances, and for good reason. This trick is a true classic, a real audience pleaser. And this is a true professional quality version! Three cups, three balls. Make the balls appear and disappear, travel from under one cup to another- many, many routines! Easy to learn, but so amazing to see. Made of aluminum. 3.75″ tall. Each set comes with 4 red crochet balls made to rest perfectly on the cup’s tops!
by Eddie Ray
From the USA to the far reaches of Japan, Eddy Ray as proven to be the master of Cups and Balls. His instructions are clear and easy to follow. His techniques are highly effective. You too can astonish your audiences by learning from one of the best performers in magic today. This two DVD set features over 75 of the best moves, sleights, secret loads and manipulations performed using cups and balls.
Behold the power in your hands
Can be one of the most deceptive props used in magician’s arsenal. You can show an empty cup and then a red ball suddenly appears, and then disappears. And for the big finish, not one, but TWO giant rubber balls appear from underneath the magical prop.
The Magic Balls by George Bradley
The only thing George Bradley does better than amaze audiences around the world with his magic act is teach others to do the same. You get the magic balls and a learning DVD. These magic balls are especially designed for sleight of hand gripping. In this instructional DVD George Bradley performs and teaches you step by step how to perform this amazing illusion. Whether performing on the street for spare change or on stage in front of hundreds (like George Bradley does), there is a place for The Magic Balls in your show. You could already be on your way to performing extraordinary magic. Coffee cup from demo not included…
These giants stand 4 inches tall and have a 3.75 inch opening big enough to fit fruit! Each set comes with 4 red crochet balls made to rest perfectly on the cup’s tops!
A classic in magic
Everyone likes tricks with money, and here is a great one. The magician borrows a dollar bill and proceeds to thrust pencil through it. When the pencil is removed, the bill is returned unharmed. Then the pencil is also handed for inspection. This trick is a real reputation maker which will fool everyone.
Coins pass through solid meta
Is it possible to make coins pass through a solid wall of brass? Drop the coins in the magic funnel and one by one make them pass through the solid brass wall. This fantastic pocket trick can use any coins that fit in the funnel.
by Johnson Magic Products
The stacks are made from hollowed out coins being riveted to a real coin on top. Since the coins in the stack can easily be moved, it has a very natural look. You will need six duplicate quarters and five pennies. (The pennies are loaded into the stack)
One of the easiest, yet most astounding, coin tricks
Contained in this package is an age old trick with an ending that would even impress the seasoned magician. A stack of nickels are covered with a brass cap. You, with your magic, snap your fingers, lift the cap, and the stack of nickels has SHRUNK! All can be examined by the spectator. American Nickel needed. Not Included.
Make the dime disappear!
Show a dime and penny to your spectators. The dime then magically disappears right before their eyes! Great effect and easy to learn! Includes step-by-step instructions and bang ring. WARNING: Choking Hazard – small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
A great magic gag
Effect: The magician borrows a dollar bill and shows it on both sides. The hands are otherwise empty. The bill is folded in half and then in half again. A magical gesture, and the bill is unfolded, thus transforming it into a “Mismade” condition.
Classic coin illusion
A stack of four nickles doubles in value when it is transformed into four dimes. Change a stack of nickels into a stack of dimes! Or make the stack of nickels disappear! Or pass right through a solid table! Many effects possible- instructions for a number of effects included.
Where did it go?
- 2 magic routines included - A coin magically disappears and reappears
Whatever happens in front of the mirror becomes reality through the looking glass
*Limited Tenyo Brand Edition* A platform with four coin sized recesses is displayed. Two quarters are placed onto the platform, in the rear left and front right positions. A mirror is then placed onto the center of the platform. Then – presto! An illusion is created: both coins appear to be on the right side of the platform. When the mirror is removed, the reflection has become reality: both coins really are on the right. Next a quarter and a penny are placed onto both the front and rear sections of the platform, but in opposite positions. The mirror creates the illusion and the illusion becomes reality. Only one coin is used in the next phase and its placed in the front. Whit the mirror comes the illusion of two coins and the reflection becomes reality. Another quarter is added to the front and for the finale, four coins are seen to be on the platform. Eclipse is a magic trick that is almost supernatural. (Comes with instructions)
“Scotch and Soda” is hands down the best coin trick you can do with coins!
This trick needs very little sleight of hand but will stun your audience. Ben Salinas will perform and teach you step-by-step this classic trick, plus other tricks to do with your scotch and soda set. He will also include an additional trick that has never been seen in print before as an added bonus! In addition to all of that, you will receive a variety of coin tricks that you can do with regular coins! This classic trick in magic is a must have! Coins: Half Dollar & Mexican Centavos On This DVD: Basic Routine The Set Up Which Hand Elevator Coin Thru the Table Exchange Rate Ben’s Scotch & Soda BONUS MATERIAL Vanishes: Finger Palm, Finger Palm Vanish, French Drop, Spider Vanish Routines: One Coin Routine, 2 in the Hand, 1 in the Pocket