Stack of Pence

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[[Stack of Pence]] also know as [[Cylinder and Coins]], [[Cap and Pence]], the [[Stack of Quarters]] and [[Stack of Halves]]. A stack of five or six coins is placed on back of the spectator's hand. The coins are covered with a cone. When tapped by the magician they penetrate the hand. Some variations add a surprise kicker where different coins (like pennies) are then found under the cover.  
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[[Stack of Pence]] also know as [[Cap and Pence]], the [[Stack of Quarters]] and [[Stack of Halves]]. A stack of five or six coins is placed on back of the spectator's hand. The coins are covered with a cone. When tapped by the magician they penetrate the hand. Some variations add a surprise kicker where different coins (like pennies) are then found under the cover.  
  
 
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Revision as of 18:12, 23 August 2009

Stack of Pence also know as Cap and Pence, the Stack of Quarters and Stack of Halves. A stack of five or six coins is placed on back of the spectator's hand. The coins are covered with a cone. When tapped by the magician they penetrate the hand. Some variations add a surprise kicker where different coins (like pennies) are then found under the cover.

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