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Topic: Real looking Hundred Dollar Bills $100
Message: Posted by: Neznarf (Jun 3, 2017 11:10AM)
I got $10,000 stack of NEW 100's for $24 shipped from Amazon.

The Front looks real.

The Back no so much. But at a quick glance will pass.

The Paper does not feel like Currency Paper.

But they sure do look great.

I compared a Real NEW 100 next to the "For Motion Picture Use Only" bill
and the Front was VERY CLOSE.

And they are legal.

The price is right and you can burn them for a trick or rip them up.

Just make sure your rip or burn the right Hundred. (I've heard stories)

This is my thoughts you may think different.
Message: Posted by: John Long (Jun 3, 2017 10:06PM)
Do you have a link for the supplier?
Message: Posted by: Neznarf (Jun 8, 2017 12:06PM)
[quote]On Jun 3, 2017, John Long wrote:
Do you have a link for the supplier? [/quote]

https://www.amazon.com/MONEY-Looking-Style-PRINT-Stack/dp/B01M9A9OCW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1496941485&sr=8-1&keywords=motion+picture+money
Message: Posted by: AJ MAJIC (Jul 20, 2017 03:29AM)
I bought a stack and am really happy with them :-) look great!
Message: Posted by: Ihop (Jul 20, 2017 09:39AM)
Thanks for the recommendation.
I just ordered.
Message: Posted by: davidpaul$ (Jul 25, 2017 08:06AM)
Thanks Neznarf...just ordered. Appreciate you sharing the link.
Message: Posted by: Boomer (Jul 25, 2017 11:39AM)
Same here, there was a promotion of $4.80 off, bringing the price to $19.20.

Thanks @Neznarf


Dave
Message: Posted by: toniyammine (Jul 27, 2017 03:41PM)
These are great! FOr my local currency, I use my inkjep printer and I print my own. They do not feel like real money, but from stage, they look great.

you will have to experiment with settings and paper (do not use glossy paper). and also, they take a lot to cut, but it is worth it for me.
Message: Posted by: John Long (Jul 27, 2017 09:20PM)
[quote]On Jul 27, 2017, toniyammine wrote:
These are great! FOr my local currency, I use my inkjep printer and I print my own. They do not feel like real money, but from stage, they look great.

you will have to experiment with settings and paper (do not use glossy paper). and also, they take a lot to cut, but it is worth it for me. [/quote]

I have found that a resume grade paper (having some texture) gave an "ok" feel. Others have posted what type of paper they prefer. Try a search if you are interested.

John
Message: Posted by: MitchC (Aug 23, 2017 02:53PM)
Thanks for the tip ! Just bought some $1's and $100's to put together a Hundy 500 gimmick before I use the real deal.
Message: Posted by: Neznarf (Aug 25, 2017 12:11PM)
Money is Great for: Bargatze I Hate Kids

Instead of trying up your real 50's and 100's
Message: Posted by: MitchC (Aug 25, 2017 09:27PM)
Dang. The ONE'S I bought were TOY money. They look good but are not full size. DOH. The $100's arrive tomorrow. Sure hope I bought the right product on these !!
Message: Posted by: Ihop (Aug 25, 2017 11:57PM)
The ones I received look realistic. Double sided, actual size.
There are 100 bills . $100 bills with a $10,000 band.
All the bills say "for Motion Picture Use" but you have to look carefully to see it.
I'm quite satisfied.
I use it with "Flash Cash".
Message: Posted by: marc_carrion (Sep 12, 2017 02:28AM)
Are all serial numbers the same, or different?
Message: Posted by: Ihop (Sep 12, 2017 08:51AM)
[quote]On Sep 12, 2017, marc_carrion wrote:
Are all serial numbers the same, or different? [/quote]
Yep, all the serial numbers are the same.
Message: Posted by: B.W. McCarron (Sep 16, 2017 02:12PM)
Thanks for the tip, Neznarf. From any distance, those look great!
Message: Posted by: Calvin826 (Sep 30, 2017 07:47PM)
What do they feel like?
Message: Posted by: Steven Conner (Oct 2, 2017 11:12AM)
[quote]On Sep 30, 2017, Calvin826 wrote:
What do they feel like? [/quote]

These are as good as you will get, by feel or look.
Message: Posted by: A Show By Joe (Oct 4, 2017 08:13PM)
Be careful making The Hindu 500 with these. You have to replace them quite often. I performed it one time with these bills, and when doing the change, one of the bills ripped in two. It flew right of the pack.
Message: Posted by: John Long (Oct 5, 2017 09:03PM)
[quote]On Oct 4, 2017, A Show By Joe wrote:
Be careful making The Hindu 500 with these. You have to replace them quite often. I performed it one time with these bills, and when doing the change, one of the bills ripped in two. It flew right of the pack. [/quote]

Yes, I had this problem with Page's EZ Money (I think its called that). Any effect where you will be repeatedly folding, or rough handling, will cause tears. Real money is much more durable.

What you would really want is a bill printed on Tyvek paper, but I don't know if our ink-jets can do that. You might want to contact someone that already prints bills on Tyvek, such as Dave Devin's Stretch a Buck, or Big Buck..

John
Message: Posted by: Boomer (Oct 5, 2017 10:18PM)
Inkject printable tyvek:
https://www.amazon.com/Coated-Tyvek-8-3-11-7-Sheets/dp/B00EEB5DOE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1507259701&sr=8-1&keywords=inkjet+tyvek
(A4, didn't search any further for 8.5x11)

Cannot be used in Laser Printer


Dave
Message: Posted by: Ihop (Oct 6, 2017 10:36AM)
It looks like you can only print on one side.
"Copy & pasted"

Print tyvek with an inkjet printer
coated one side to be printed on
waterproof
Message: Posted by: John Long (Oct 6, 2017 09:18PM)
Boomer: Have you used this?

I wonder how robust the coating is (and the ink put on it) are?
Message: Posted by: Boomer (Oct 6, 2017 09:39PM)
I haven't, the only tyvek I have is from Jay Sankey's Indestructible.


Dave
Message: Posted by: Paul Rathbun (Oct 17, 2017 04:26PM)
Has anybody tried making Extreme Burn with the prop money $100 bills? Does it turn out okay? Thanks.
Message: Posted by: Boomer (Oct 17, 2017 07:51PM)
I'm using it for MoneyMorphosis.
Message: Posted by: John Long (Oct 17, 2017 08:19PM)
Can you print on both sides?
Message: Posted by: Boomer (Oct 17, 2017 08:28PM)
I didn't think we were still talking about tyvek.
Message: Posted by: Bill Hegbli (Oct 19, 2017 04:29PM)
[quote]On Oct 17, 2017, Paul Rathbun wrote:
Has anybody tried making Extreme Burn with the prop money $100 bills? Does it turn out okay? Thanks. [/quote]

Read the previous page, towards the bottom.
Message: Posted by: MitchC (Oct 19, 2017 07:33PM)
I made the Extreme Burn gimmick using real $1 and the prop $100's - Works great. Tip, might get some fanning powder or really crumple / break in the crisp prop $100's
Message: Posted by: Calvin826 (Oct 20, 2017 08:35AM)
Just got these the other day- amazing quality. Just different enough from real cash to keep it legal, but perfect for our purposes.

Paper is sturdy, I've been practicing Nick Einhorn's bill change for few days now with minimal wear/tear.

What are your thoughts on giving these away at the end of the trick, as long as it's made clear that they are fake? Would that be a legal/responsible thing to do? I would hate to have one end up in the bartender's till at the end of the night.
Message: Posted by: Ihop (Oct 20, 2017 02:35PM)
I just made up a new Extreme Burn using these bills. So far, it looks good, but I have to see how it holds up to multiple use.
Tyvek bills would be great.
I'm not a lawyer but I would recommend not giving them away. They could be mistaken for the real thing. I don't think the authorities would care if you made it clear that they are fake.
I give away 1,000,000 bills but they are not even close to looking real.