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Pen Through Bill paper Money Misled D. Copperfield Magic Trick Penetration Thru

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Pen Through Bill paper Money Misled D. Copperfield Magic Trick Penetration Thru

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Pen Thru Bill Effect This effect has become a very popular one with Magicians, ever since David Copperfield presented it on one of his TV. Spectaculars. It is the visual and incredible penetration of a borrowed note or bill, ...

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Pen Thru Bill

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This effect has become a very popular one with Magicians, ever since David Copperfield presented it on one of his TV. Spectaculars. It is the visual and incredible penetration of a borrowed note or bill, by an ordinary pencil, with everything performed in front of their eyes. What more could you ask for? Misled was created by FISM award-winning inventor Timothy Wenk and performed exactly as described in this booklet by David Copperfield on international television! Effect: A $100 bill and (in most cases) a pencil are borrowed from a member of the audience. The borrowed bill may be marked for later identification if desired. You proceed to use the pencil to pierce a hole in the center of the bill-there's no doubt that the pencil is truly through the bill. Watch the audience gasp (especially the bill's owner) at what happens next...you rip the pencil through the bill-the audience clearly sees the pencil rip through and they can hear the sound of paper ripping! Yet, somehow the bill is left completely unharmed! You offer to repeat the effect, this time the pencil mysteriosly melts through the bill in slow motion-it looks unbelievable! Both the pencil and the bill may then be handed out for complete examination. Comes with very special gimmick.

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