Pencil Through Borrowed Banknote

Pencil Through Borrowed Banknote

Product ID: 2682

This classic effect has been a very popular one ever since David Copperfield presented it on one of his TV spectaculars.

The visual and incredible penetration of a borrowed banknote or bill by an ordinary pencil, with everything performed in front of their very eyes.

The performer borrows a banknote. This is placed over a piece of ordinary paper of the same size and folded in half, a pencil is then pushed through the note and the paper.

The crease is opened out and the audience can see the pencil going right through the borrowed note and the paper from both sides.

The pencil is now pulled away ripping through both the banknote and the paper at the crease.

Yet when they are opened out again the ordinary paper is found to be ripped as one would expect, but the banknote is intact and totally unharmed!

Only one pencil is used which may be examined and there is no exchange of pencil, paper or banknote.

The entire trick is so clean & convincing that the audience cannot believe their eyes. Yet it is quite easy to perform, requiring only a few handling trials.

Comes with the Pencil (17.5cm, approx 7" long) & full instructions.

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