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CENTRALCOLUMBIA
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Phila
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Anyone know where to get one besides paying a lot for the sudbury 2? I also need a half dollar sized one.
Joshua Barrett
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I know its not what your looking for but the sudbury is extrmely nice. its worth it
B Hackler
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I believe sasco makes the penny in half dollars.
Vincent
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Check With Jerry Mentzer At Magic Methods.

He Can Be Contacted At: 864 271 7863.

You Can Also Google Magic Methods For A Website Address But I Think You Should Try Calling Him First.
He Has/Had Both Fifty Cent And Dollar Size Solid Copper Coins Available.

Hope That Helped.

Best,

Vincent Smile Smile Smile
Jeff O
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CENTRALCOLUMBIA
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WOW, THANKS EVERYONE A BUNCH!

I officially bought the sudbury and a sasco coin...thanks everyone for their help and kindness.
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Might I ask what your plans are for these coins? The only penny I use is the English penny.....
Where I go, so do my coins.....
Jaz
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Fingers,
I use the dollar size penny in two routines.

A seemingly impromptu quickie I do is where I borrow a penny, inflate it and then shrink it back to normal size using either a hynosis or illusion presentation.

The other, which I haven't done in quite a while, is J.C. Wagner's "Poor Man's Matrix" which also uses a three inch penny for a final surprise.
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I use "Penny, Penny, who's got the Penny". Basically, it's a C/S transposition in the spectator's hand using a silver dollar and a penny.
Fingers
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Those routines sound pretty cool Jaz! You just helped to spark my imagination.....
Where I go, so do my coins.....
magicguyri
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I have been working with a "Sudbury" for years, and am glad to read that I can now buy a back-up. Does anyone know of a high quality 3 inch Lincoln cent to use in lieu of the novelty coin that is out there?
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Using a real regular size penny, a Morgan Dollar for a C/S routine, is one of the best close-up effects I do. When she opens hand thinking she has a silver dollar and it's a Sudbury Penny... you can't ask for a stronger reaction. did it last night and got a HUGE SCREAM. I learned the handling from Francis Carlisle.
STAY TOONED... @ www.pete-biro.com
Joshua Barrett
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That's a good idea pete. I think ill have to think about a handling for that idea
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Sudbury II penny is sold by Brad Burt, who has an add here on the Café, right above A Family Tradition section.

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Joe
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Joshua Barrett
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Worked on it this weekend.... very cool idea
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