You borrow a coin and have the spectator who lent it to you sign it. The coin is placed under a handkerchief, above a glass of water; it is the spectator himself who holds the coin through the cloth. At your request, he drops it into the glass. You can hear the characteristic "splash" of the piece falling into the water.
But as soon as the spectator lifts the handkerchief, we can see that the piece has mysteriously disappeared!
The magician makes the coin reappear in his pocket!
- Easy to do, even for juniors!
- It's the spectator who apparently does everything!
- The piece is borrowed, signed by the spectator!
- A real miracle at low cost, and without manipulation!
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