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I receive the coins today and they're gorgious. Congratulations Prof BC.
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Awesome Looking!!
Yours,

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Wow all looks amazing! I am spending too much money lately! Smile
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Buttons have been pushed. Expectations running high. Another fabulous creation.

Curator, I want that book! Lovely.
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Curator, I want that book! Lovely.


You should see the other ones. Smile

I already have an interesting synopsis for the coins (a shorter version of Oboroten)
Silver has always been used against witches, wizards, lycanthropes and other vampires, because it's the only metal that can't be cursed. Metal of Hecate: the Dark Moon.
This coin (show a silver coin)has been created to check if someone have been cursed or had a werewolf among his ancestors. It represents a bright full moon, dedicated to Selena.
The coin is placed in the spectator's hand and the side in contact with his palm darkens immediately. One face is now black. The coin is reversed in his hand and the other side blackens the same way. The coin can be examined.
It's now a Dark Moon, symbol of Hecate... One of the spectator's ancestors is a children of Hecate.
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Done deal.
Must have.
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By the way - in ad copy - I think you mean Docc Hilford's Nightmare Coins? I didn't think Banachek did that....
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By the way - in ad copy - I think you mean Docc Hilford's Nightmare Coins? I didn't think Banachek did that....

Quite right. My mistake. From Hilford's Band of the Hand, of course. Just had Banachek stuck in my mind and never went back to check it. Will make that correction both in the advert and (oh my blushes!) the performance manual, too.

Thanks for the catch, Dr. Spektor.

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Yet again PROF BC delivers.

The props are world class as well as the supplied routines. The stand out for me is the Three Wishes. I cannot wait to perform this for some age appropriate specs.

Excellent!
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At first I didn't notice the curator had posted the photo of Grimm's. I thought... (hoped!) the photo might have been a nod to
A future installment of Dopps.....!
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Ok, can't wait for the performance manual to arrive in the email.
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At first I didn't notice the curator had posted the photo of Grimm's. I thought... (hoped!) the photo might have been a nod to
A future installment of Dopps.....!


'Tis.

The good Curator has agreed to lend me that very volume to copy. Still a year or two out for Grimm's (needs to come at the end of the Realm of Faerie releases).

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On Mar 14, 2014, PROF BC wrote:
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On Mar 14, 2014, horus1 wrote:
At first I didn't notice the curator had posted the photo of Grimm's. I thought... (hoped!) the photo might have been a nod to
A future installment of Dopps.....!


'Tis.

The good Curator has agreed to lend me that very volume to copy. Still a year or two out for Grimm's (needs to come at the end of the Realm of Faerie releases).

BC


EXCELLENT!!!
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On Mar 14, 2014, horus1 wrote:
At first I didn't notice the curator had posted the photo of Grimm's. I thought... (hoped!) the photo might have been a nod to
A future installment of Dopps.....!


'Tis.

The good Curator has agreed to lend me that very volume to copy. Still a year or two out for Grimm's (needs to come at the end of the Realm of Faerie releases).

BC

Wonderful!!! Glad it's in the works!!!
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These coins are so beautiful.
I did not readily see the moon in the images but once it hit me I was enthralled.
Beautifully conceived and I drool for the manual...oh I do wish the American dollar was stronger.
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Performing this on a black mat, should be a must.
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The tale of two brothers in the Grimm Fairy Tales, is one of the earlier mention of the use of a silver bullet to kill a witch. One of the brothers kills the witch (in fact, he burns her, but she said that she wasn't proof from silver)with a pistol loaded with 3 silver buttons.
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I am going to be attacked for this ... so be it. This is close to $300 US for a copper silver routine! My first question was "Is it made of gold?!?!" Ok, it is. Smile I have seen some of Prof BC's work and I know it is good. It is very good. But explain to me how this effect is worth this much money for us mere mortals who can't simply purchase every single thing that comes down the pipe. Understand, if I had the money, I would purchase everything this man puts out.
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I feel your pain, Chris. I, too, am unable to afford all of Prof BC's releases these days, and am having to carefully pick and choose my purchases.

What makes these worth the money? I guess that comes down to personal opinion. However, I've always found the Prof's routines and Performance Manuals to be as valuable to me as the props themselves. And, of course, the props are beautifully handmade, and designed specifically for "spooky" performers. You also get the highest standard of customer service and aftercare help and advice for your money.

None of this makes them any more affordable if course, but I would argue that they offer very good value for the money. At least they are not strictly limited, so should still be available at a later date for those of us who need to save up.

Christian, your Grimms looks fabulous. So excited to hear it may be used as the basis for a future Prof BC release!
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