MyMagic eNewsletter #926
May 1, 2021
Today I will be introducing you to a new product by RPR Magic which is owned by Rocco, Perry, and Roy. It is a set of 3D Half Dollars that are gaffed to allow you to do many different routines.
I thought I would include a brief history of the 3D Coin and how it came into magic. It seems that the idea was originally a belt buckle that was sold to the public in the 1970s.
The owners of Sasco Inc. approached the company that made them and were able to buy the dye, since the belt buckle never sold well. Sasco began to make their own coins for magicians and tried to sell the coins as novelties.
They released several tricks using versions of the coin but the most popular was Hologram Half which included a Spellbound routine and the optical illusion idea of pushing the face through with your finger. I think they also released a version with a Liberty Bell.
This new release uses that idea but amplifies it with more gimmicks and possible routines. If you do coin magic, I can’t imagine you not wanting to add these to your arsenal since they can be easily incorporated into most existing routines.
►3-D Kennedy Collection:
A new set of coins made out of real US Half Dollars with the 3D effect of Kennedy’s face bulging out of the coin. These coins could easily be combined with the routines you already perform or even used instead of the coins you already have. They add a novel visual to the magic.
The hand-crafted, five-coin set includes: A protruding Kennedy with pushed-through back. A protruding Kennedy with a flush back. A protruding Folding Kennedy Half Dollar. A 3-D Radical Karate Kennedy. A matching regular Kennedy Half Dollar.
Watch and buy: HERE
Added a few more fun things to my eBay auction that expire on Sunday night. You might want some of them.
►Direct auction link: HERE
►MyMagic eBay Store: HERE
Stay safe, Meir
PS: Last week I performed my upcoming release at the Virtual 4F Convention. I love this routine. Hope to have it out in around three weeks when I will formally announce the new product line I acquired.
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