Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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 The same prop was also used in a different context. The foil shell was used openly and explicitly as part of a coin change, titled "The Fragile Coin", anonymously contributed to //The Wizards Annual//, 1913, np. The same prop was also used in a different context. The foil shell was used openly and explicitly as part of a coin change, titled "The Fragile Coin", anonymously contributed to //The Wizards Annual//, 1913, np.
  
-Around 1987, Robert Frederico used a fake half dollar made of head and tail foil impressions to fabricate a lightweight coin that could be levitated by invisible thread: [[https://​askalexander.org/​display/​37096/​Genii/​6|"​The Ultimate Floating Half-Dollar"​]];​ see ad in Genii, Vol. 51 No. 9, March 1988, p. 582. Frederico released a self-published booklet called //​Disposable Coins// for guests of the 1997 New York Magic Symposium, containing ideas using foil coins.+Around 1987, Robert Frederico used a fake half dollar made of head and tail foil impressions to fabricate a lightweight coin that could be levitated by invisible thread: [[https://​askalexander.org/​display/​37096/​Genii/​6|"​The Ultimate Floating Half-Dollar"​]];​ see ad in Genii, Vol. 51 No. 9, March 1988, p. 582. Frederico released a self-published booklet called //​Disposable Coins// for guests of the 1987 New York Magic Symposium, containing ideas using foil coins.
  
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