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I am looking for the "bit" coin trick. Smile
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Can you describe it? What coins does it use? Is it a packaged effect, sleight, routine? Smile

With a bit more description, I'm sure the combined wisdom of this forum can help!
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Do a search for coin in bottle, very similar.

Good Luck,

David Fletcher
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Get the Johnson "coin in bottle," the quarter ($.25) size, From your favorite dealer.
You have to give it away to keep it.
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The trick you are referring to is known as the "Silver Snack" by a least one UK dealer. The coin is made in a slightly different way from a standard Coin-in-Bottle coin.
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I bought a silver snack 10p and the gaff is very visible. I've seen some bitten quarters where it is not at all visible, even when seen from close. Did I just buy a bad piece or are they made like that?
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I can't see it from my house!

Seriously, though, I always find I need to use a little motion or colored glass to keep the secret hidden.

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I have found that through time the gaff becomes visible. Just remember that the larger action covers the smaller movement (great advice that I was given that has eased more than one of my worries).
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Go to . They sell it.
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