Bullseye Coin Tricks by Laurie Ireland and Ed Marlo - Book
A book in two halves, by two authors. The first half is written by the legendary creator and author Ed Marlo; the second half is written by creator, performer, and founder of Magic, Inc. Laurie Ireland. A great little book with tricks for both the amateur and advanced coin manipulators.
Includes: New Back Palm Vanish And Production, Marlo's Front And Back Palm, Passe Passe Coins, Two Halves And A Dime, Money From Magic, Marlo's Poor Man's Trick, Penetration And Audible Arrival, Single Coin Routine, Two Ideas, The Imaginary Half Dollar, The Toss Up Vanish, A Close-Up Trick For A Bar, In And Out Of The Fist, The Human Slot Machine, Production Of Coins From The Mouth, Patter For The Miser's Dream, A Coin Pass, The Thumb Crotch Palm, The Five Coin Pass, Through The Palm, and the article Why Use Real Money When Palming Coins Are So Cheap?
(Bull’s-Eye, bullseye, bull’s eye, bulls eye)
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