Peter Eggink is known for his strong effects and innovative methods. His pencil through bill effect is no exception. You borrow a pencil and borrow a bill. You fold the bill and insert the pencil. It hangs in the hammock of the folded bill. Then it slowly melts through. Both objects are given back to the lender, and by the way, you are ready to repeat!
NOTE: Eggink released a version of A.E. later, called AE 2.0 -- it could not be done with a borrowed bill, so it ended up being a step backward, or at least sideways. This is the ORIGINAL A.E. -- borrowed items all around.
New and unused, complete with photo illustrated instruction booklet and necessary gimmick.