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coin:copper-silver_transpositions_with_a_copper-silver_feke [2018/03/14 16:35]
stephenminch Updated "DeLand" to "Land" for sliding display.
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 The discrepant display of both sides of two copper-silver coins seems first to have been published by Jules DeBarros in his //Coins of Ishtar//, 1971, p. 7. This does not use the Land/Elias [[cards:​Two-Card Monte]] slide dynamic. Since both coins are fekes, one turned silver-side up and other copper-side up, reversing their positions isn't necessary to be deceptive. The Land/Elias sliding mechanic has been applied by others to a coin display with fekes, such as Sol Stone'​s "​Double Twist" from //​CoinMagic//,​ 1981, p. 115. The discrepant display of both sides of two copper-silver coins seems first to have been published by Jules DeBarros in his //Coins of Ishtar//, 1971, p. 7. This does not use the Land/Elias [[cards:​Two-Card Monte]] slide dynamic. Since both coins are fekes, one turned silver-side up and other copper-side up, reversing their positions isn't necessary to be deceptive. The Land/Elias sliding mechanic has been applied by others to a coin display with fekes, such as Sol Stone'​s "​Double Twist" from //​CoinMagic//,​ 1981, p. 115.
  
-See also [[coin:​copper-silver_transposition_using_extra_coin|Copper-Silver Transposition Using an Extra Coin]]+See also [[coin:​copper-silver_transposition_ruse|Copper-Silver Transposition Using an Extra Coin]]
  
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