Buddha Papers

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Buddha Papers is a paper-fold used to produce, vanish, or exchange flat objects such as coins within the act of folding and unfolding the papers.

Described in Discoverie of Witchcraft (1584) by Reginald Scot (then again in 1634 in Hocus Pocus Junior) as a way to exchange coins.

The term "Buddha Papers" began appearing in magic catalogs by the 1930s, it has also been called over the years "The Witched Paper","Buddha Money Mystery", ""The Hindoo Paper Packet Trick"", "Bengali Papers", "Hindu Magic Papers", and the "E-Z Money Vanisher".

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