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Quarter Go

(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick
Publisher: Viking

Product Description

A quarter is borrowed and marked. This is then placed under a handkerchief and given to a spectator to hold. Next, a small padlocked chest is shown. It is then placed into the spectator's palm. Now a glass is shown and placed on top of the small chest. The first spectator is requested to hold the hand containing the quarter over the glass and at the magician's command, to drop the coin into it. A clink is heard, and when the hank is removed, the coin seems to have vanished. The chest is now opened by the spectator and, unbelievable as it may seem, the marked coin is found inside.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: AIjxhikr7rj9NGW

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September 11th, 2015 1:31am
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Reviewed by Doc Johnson
PROS

I really like this little box. The box is roughly 2 inches by 2 inches by 1.5 inches.

The instructions describe an effect whereby a signed coin vanishes from a handkerchief and appears in the box. However, this box could be used for a card production as well. You would need to use a modified fold, not the standard Mercury fold as the box is just barely too small for a mercury card fold. See the Suggestions section for a really great idea.

The box is gimmicked in a very clever way. What I really like about this is a participant can hold the box and they will not be able to see or find the gimmick. In fact, once the gimmick has been triggered, even you can’t get into the box unless it is unlocked.

CONS

It would have been really nice if the box was about and eighth of an inch larger and then it would hold a Mercury card fold.

VERDICT

Great box that can be used not only for the effect described, but for some really good card effects as well.


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