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About fifty years ago Steve Dusheck invented the effect "Dollar Punch" and sold it with great success. Unfortunately the trick was discontinued many years ago. Now you have the chance to get your hands on the next generation Dollar Punch, the DP II!
A signed bill and a regular cup are used to perform the most stunning 7 phase Chop Cup style routine you will ever see. To finish, a real lemon appears and the bill is visibly pushed into the lemon, leaving your hands empty. At this point the lemon can be examined before it is cut open to reveal the spectators signed bill inside - KILLER!
Imagine borrowing a phone and recording a video of a bill with a unique serial number. All details are replicated digitally inside of a borrowed device. Now imagine for a split second, you force the door of the digital world to open, and you pull the bill into your own hand.
Quite often a transpo effect requires a duplicate object to complete the effect.
What if you can take away that restriction?
Abdullah Mahmoud, from Egypt, has created a way to vanish the spectator's signature on their coin and have it appear on another.
This is more than just a moving ink effect.
Egyptian Ink allows you to create an impossible moment and souvenir between you and your spectators.
Think bigger, think ONE DOLLAR coins, think performing the same kind of miracles with the biggest coins. Tango Magic, the winner of the Invention Award FISM 2012, introduced a special line combining One dollar Eisenhower and a beautiful Copper coin (copper Liberty). Now you will have Copper and Silver, Scotch and Soda and Hopping half in Eisenhower one dollar size.
Two coins are shown - a quarter dollar and a euro coin. The magician takes the quarter dollar and puts it in his pocket. When he opens his hand, both coins are in his palm again. He then repeats the action - taking the 1 euro coin and putting in his pocket. But when he opens his hand both coins are there again. The magician repeats the action once again, and once again both coins are in his hand. Finally, he takes the 1 euro coin. When he opens the hand there aren't any coins there. The last coin has disappeared.