Climbing Coin by Douglas-Wayne

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Product Description

Another great close-up item from Douglas-Wayne.

Approx. Price: $125.00 (11/2001) ***

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3 reviews for Climbing Coin by Douglas-Wayne

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andy Martin

    This looks amazing!

    Here’s one from “Modern Magic” by Professor Hoffmann built with great precision by Douglas-Wayne Illusioneering.

    The little box is shown empty and placed on top of the column. Then a coin is borrowed and signed if desired and dropped in the small draw in the base. After the magic pass the coin is slowly seen to rise up the tube through the glass front and audibly appear in the little box on top, which is opened to find the coin in there.

    This is very well made, clever and quite amazing to watch.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Howard

    A True Collector’s Piece!

    IF you can get your hands on one of these babies, DO IT! I purchased mine several years ago in an old magic shop. I would have paid more for the prop, but got it as a bargain of just under $300.00. Its working is sheer mechanical genious. Though some magicians may not like the set-up time involved, it’s something that I overlook, for the impact of the effect is strong. This one is kept in my living room and shown to our guests when the urge to perform something very different strikes!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    George Moore

    I Have One Too!

    About two years ago I won this prop from John Mendoza. It is everything he said about it and more. It’s is beautifully made and a pleasure to work with.
    I don’t believe the set-up time is execessive. Certainly not when you see the expressons on the faces of people in the audience.

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