Here's a money routine that handles like a card routine, from the very creative Peter Kane. It was first issued by Repro Magic in the UK in the 1970's and later was re-issued by Emerson and West. This is the early Repro Magic issue.
Four white piece of thin plastic are shown blank on both sides, and one by one, three dollar bills appear attached to the plastic pieces. Then a ten dollar bill appears. The bills are removed and stuck to the magi's jacket -- this is a striking display that emphasizes the magical production. To cap the routine, the magi tries to produce a hundred dollar bill, but gets a message from his bank: "Overdrawn"
As you would expect from Kane, the routine uses some common card sleights in a new and entertaining context.
This item is not seen for sale very often -- those who own it, hang on to it. But I already have one, so this other (that I came across in a large estate lot) is looking for a good home.
Complete as issued original plastic plaques and original instructions.
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