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Money Paddle by Joe Porper

(c. 2003) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

The Cash Paddle was a favorite of the Dutch master craftsman Eddy Taytelbaum c. 1966 who made several beautiful versions. This paddle from Joe Porper is easily the best Money Paddle I have owned, it may not be as nice as Eddy’s but close enough. Its made of black aluminum and the mirror is shiny and real looking, and its very well machined, with notches for the rubber bands and a good weight to it.

Effect: An attractive paddle is shown, both sides empty. A penny, nickel and dime are borrowed and fastened to the paddle by means of elastic bands. The money is shown to double itself and to prove it, performer removes two pennies, two nickels and two dimes.

He then says, “Why don’t we go out for the real dough!” and sure enough, he shows a folded real bill attached to the previously shown empty paddle. Then he asks, “Do you know how it’s done?” It’s all done with mirrors and he shows that the paddle has a mirror inset in it on both sides.

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Approx. Price: $64.00 (2007) ***

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1 review for Money Paddle by Joe Porper

  1. Andy Martin

    The Best Money Paddle!

    This is easily the best Money Paddle I have owned. Better than the Jay Leslie one, which I thought was real nice too.

    Its made of black aluminum and the mirror is shiny and real looking, and its very well machined, with notches for the rubber bands and a good weight to it. Joe Porper makes some real nice pieces!

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