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Iain Moran
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On 2011-04-08 00:32, alex_pandrea wrote:
Iain! Please check your email. You should have an email that will fix the problem. Don't worry, we did not forget about you! Thanks for your patience, and if you have any other problems, please don't hesitate to contact us. If you wish to contact me personally next time you can try alex@thebluecrown.com instead of using the "send us a message" on our page.

Thanks for your response, Alex - though I've still not received an email from you, plus I DID send both emails to alex@thebluecrown.com.

Iain.
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Examinability of coin(s) at end?
Creator of The SvenPad Supreme- "One of the most versatile and well made utility devices I have ever used. Highly recommended." Bob Cassidy www.SvenPads.com
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This looks terrific and is now on my ever expanding list of effects I'm going to invest in when I've got some money!
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The coin at the end (with both signatures/initials) is completely examinable and normal. Since you borrow a coin from your spectator, you give them back the signed one! No muss, no fuss!
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On 2011-04-08 12:56, Mercury52 wrote:
The coin at the end (with both signatures/initials) is completely examinable and normal. Since you borrow a coin from your spectator, you give them back the signed one! No muss, no fuss!


That's what's so beautiful about it...2 coins at fingertips...a little tap and you can just drop the double signed coin straight into the specs waiting hands...it's fabulous. No messing around, no fumbling...just a beautiful piece of magic and a souvenir they'll puzzle over...awesome.


Steph
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Coin Waltz was filmed over a year ago, but since it came out I have fell back in love with this effect thanks to all the awesome reviews from everyone. Just to let everyone know, the DVD is available at Ellusionist, or you can still pick up at The Blue Crown as a download also. We just moved our videos to streaming as well as having ALL our videos available for your iPhones iPods iPads, and iWhateverelseyoucanthinkof! Smile thanks everyone!

Alex^
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My sleights are not very good with coins, how difficult is it, I know that's a tough question, but any help would be nice, thanks Dave
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It is extremely easy to do, the gimmick (that you make) does most of the work. Very cool idea, I like it a lot.

It appears to me that the gimmick for Will Tsai's new product, Photoshop, is similar in concept.
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Love this one too. But not so much with the gimmick due to the position it ends with. Will Tsai's photo shop looks like a very different product from Murphys' description. TTrushing, If you are talking about the coin vanish, I believe most magician does it the same way throughout history. LoL.
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This is a great effect and I see one for sale here on the Café.
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This is very very practical and easy to do.

After performing it quite a few times I can say that I"m 100 percent happy with it.
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The Magic Review Blog just put up a great video review of Coin Waltz. Check it out!

http://olliemealing.blogspot.com

Kevin
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Hey guys. This just went live at Murphy's, so you'll be able to pick it up from your favorite dealer very soon!

Thanks!

Kevin
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Before I order some of these for my shop, can someone that has this tell me if you can do this without sleeves, a watch, or wrisband? Feel free to PM me to avoid disclosure.
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Pm'ed you
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Hi Mark. I'm sure Blindside will give you good info. You can also feel free to PM me if you have additional questions.

Kevin
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Mmreed, did you get your answer? PM me if anything! thanks

Alex^
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