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ThomasR, it is incredible! I have one too, and as I dabble in bizarre magic it is perfect for me. Wack-o-Magic makes incredible props, so if you can afford to purchase the last one, I recommend it. It will last a lifetime!
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Does the actual herb chest open? (Obviously the "sh*** wouldn't actually open).
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It does not. But it is still awesome, and if you tell your story the right way, it never has to.
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Thanks. This is such a great find. Such a clever routine and wonderful use of the prop.
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I use the coin version (packs more flat) and reworked the coins to make emojis. I talk a bit about feelings and we do a bit of an experiment to see if locking them up and hiding our feelings actually makes them go away. The usual die box hilarity ensues, then the feeling that finally vanishes reappears in my pocket. True, I designed the routine for a kids' school show, but the adults truly get a kick out of it.
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Wow!!! BRILLIANT idea to use emojis. Hurry up and "publish" that idea before someone else takes it. That's such a great use for that prop and could totally work for any age group. A more adult themed dating story would be hilarious!!!!
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On Nov 12, 2017, thomasR wrote:
Wow!!! BRILLIANT idea to use emojis. Hurry up and "publish" that idea before someone else takes it. That's such a great use for that prop and could totally work for any age group. A more adult themed dating story would be hilarious!!!!


How flattering! I really didn't think my presentation original enough to warrant publication and am rather uncertain as to how I might go about it. Good idea about the dating theme. I hadn't considered that one...
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"I am a die collector. Just a beginner. Just started. I have 2 dice. One with 6es all around and this one."
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Isn't the coin die box called, "Maggie's Night Out"?
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On Nov 16, 2017, Bill Hegbli wrote:
Isn't the coin die box called, "Maggie's Night Out"?


Hello Bill

That was Fred Haenchen's small original version (with the separate coin box for reproduction), later continued in production by George Robinson @ Viking Magic (now Viking/CW).

I do know Thayer made similar Die/Coin Boxes before Haenchen. (We have at least one.)

Probably if an interested party chose to research history he'd discover some Egyptian made and advertised one to augment his income whilst working on the pyramids. Smile

Julie
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