PERFECT PEN - CHROME
Magician borrows a dollar bill from a spectator. He then takes a CHROME PLATED designer type pen and proceeds to push the point of the pen right through the center of the bill. Spectator actually hears bill being punctured. He then proceeds to rip the pen away from the bill (spectator actually hears tearing). The bill is now slowly and fairly restored and handed back to the spectator.
The pen may also be made to penetrate any borrowed coin! Pen may then be casually examined.
MAGIC PEN TRICK
This is a wider barrel version of the Perfect Penetration. The pen is forced through a bill. The pen is removed. There is NO hole in the bill. And the pen can be handed out for complete examination!
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THE PERFECT PENETRATION
A pen is pushed through the center of a borrowed bill. When it is removed, the bill is undamaged. Everything can be examined at the end of the effect. ONLY ONE PEN IS USED!
Once the basic handling and routine are explained, you are given some advanced handling instructions in order to enhance your presentation. Additional tips and techniques are also provided for this fine magical effect that you will want to use often.
THE MAGIC TRICK MARKER
This is a special marker! It writes with permanent ink and can be used as a magic trick! You show the marker penetrating through a dollar or bank note. Pull the marker away and the hole is gone! This marker is MAGIC...
PENCIL THROUGH BORROWED BILL
The effect has become a very popular one with Magicians ever since David Copperfield 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 from of their eyes.
In effect, the performer borrows a bill. This is placed over a piece of paper of the same size and creased in half. A pencil is pushed through the bill and the paper. The crease is opened out, and the audience can see the pencil going right through the borrowed bill and the paper from both sides.
The pencil can now be pulled away, ripping through the bill and paper at the crease. Yet when they are opened out again, the ordinary paper is found to be ripped as one would expect, but the bill is in tact and totally unharmed.
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