Sucker Coin Box
The classic Die Box comedy routine has now been redesigned to be performed close-up with a coin. Your audience sees a coin slide back and forth between two separated compartments.
Each time you open one of the compartments to show the coin has "vanished," the audience actually sees the coin sliding into the other side. Just when they think they know how you are performing this "magic" feat, you open BOTH compartments to show the coin has actually vanished completely! Very easy to learn and perform!
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Michael asks: Is this for 50 cent or a silver dollar size coin?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: A half dollar, but smaller coins will work.
Elise asks: Is this for the box and trick/directions or just the directions?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It includes the box and written instructions. You supply your own coin.
Avrohom asks: Is this made of wood or plastic? Can you shake it afterward without it making noise? Can it be handed out afterward?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The box is made out of wood but can't be handed out.
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Customer reviews for Sucker Coin Box
For the price you can't beat this trick. I like to have a lot of small desktop size illusions to perform for co-workers and this fits the bill. It's easy to do and it's straight forward especially if you already know the premise. The quality isn't super amazing but for 10 dollars there are no complaints from me.
I do not like this item. I bought a great deal of wonderful items from Vanishing Inc. but this is not one of them. I feel bad to say so, but it's true. It would be good for a child learning how to do magic but not for a professional magician.