Stack of Coins - Quarter

Gimmicked coin by Tango Magic
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Stack of Coins - Quarter

30.00 usd

Gimmicked coin by Tango Magic (30.00)

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This is a stack of U.S. quarters joined together by a pivot pin.

You will be able to perform many coin tricks with this gimmick.


Customer reviews for Stack of Coins - Quarter



I bought this hoping to use it for pennies, as other reviews said it could hold them. Unfortunately it can't. The gimmick does look nice and should work with smaller coins, just not what I wanted it for. It is a fine gimmick and comes with instructions for many coin tricks on tango Pedia, just be aware of the size.


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  • Steven asks: Andy and Josh, I've heard from others who have bought the quarter pin stack of three problems. 1) you cannot fit U.S. pennies into the Pin Stack, which is what most would want to do. 2)The pin stack is too stiff so it's difficult to show the illusion of free movement. 3) The gimmick appeared dull and dirty looking. If you can assure me that I won't have these problems, then I will consider purchasing. Thank you!

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: 1. You can. 2. It does not move. 3. The gimmick is not dirty.
  • Steven asks: Will the gimmick hold five pennies of just one?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It will hold a stack of pennies.
  • Michael asks: How many quarters comprise the gimmick or how many quarters does it appear to be?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It's a 5 coin stack.
  • Michael asks: Is the gimmick constructed using the older style quarters (i.e. eagle on the verso) or using the more recent quarters with various states depicted on the back (and a newer portrait of Washington)?

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