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Topic: Caper Case
Message: Posted by: Tony Razzano (Jul 5, 2003 12:38PM)
I want to put in a very good word for Ray Piatt's Caper Case.

Disguised as a business card wallet, the case has a clear (some frosted) plastic- windowed compartment on the front, and that is where you keep your business cards. Inside the case is another compartment for credit cards, moer business cards,etc.

A spectator writes and places it in the Caper Case (inside), and the mentalist can devine the thought. Good for words, design duplication, etc.

I have used this for years and am on my third one. It is one of two wallets/cases I always have with me.

The new model, as it were, is a bit larger than the old model and can hold larger business cards such as those that are folded in two like tent cards.

The CC is made of fine leather.
It reflects excellent craftsmanship and is a quality, no not just quality, but an outstanding product.

It comes with complete instructions. I use it primarily to answer a question, one on one, but can be used for much more than that. It's about 60 bucks or so.

You can contact Ray at


If you have any questions, PM me.

Best regards,
Tony Razzano
Message: Posted by: highmagic (Aug 6, 2004 08:36AM)
Tony, could you compare it to Mark Striving’s Sight Unseen Case?