Fusion Coins

Trick by Michael Rubinstein and Meir Yedid Magic
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Fusion Coins

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A Penny fuses inside another coin to create an impossible object that can be examined by your audience in this amazing effect from the creative mind of Dr. Michael Rubinstein.

Fusion Coins starts by having two coins examined by your spectators. One coin will always be a Penny, while the other is either a Quarter or a Half Dollar (choose you preference at checkout!).

As you explain the unique properties of the different metals, you place the Penny on top of the other coin. With a quick squeeze, the Penny sinks inside the other coin. This bizarre coin can be examined and is sure to leave a lasting impression on every audience.

Once everyone has had a chance to inspect the coin, you pick it up and give it a little shake. The Penny then visually dislodges from the coin, leaving everything to be completely ordinary and examinable.

Each Fusion Coins set comes with a specially-made gimmicked coin and access to a comprehensive online tutorial. The only thing you'll need to do is supply your own matching regular coins.

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  • Marc asks: Since this comes from 'the creative mind of Dr. Michael Rubinstein', I gotta ask: what kind of sleights are required? what is the skill level?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Skill level: Intermediate
    • 2. michael answers: This routine uses basic concealments, but will require practice to perform it well.
  • matt asks: Is this available in UK coins?

    • 1. Jim answers: No, but that would be great.
    • 2. matt answers: Craig Petty performed this on his Youtube channel with a 50p & 1p ?
    • 3. michael answers: Craig Petty made up a coin for his own use. Right now there are no plans to produce this in other than a quarter or half dollar size.
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