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The merging of two separate objects is a beloved and highly popular effect in the world of magic. It has been showcased in modern classics like the Anniversary Waltz (where playing cards are magically combined) and unforgettable moments like Lu Chen's televised fusion of two eggs. The fusion effect captivates audiences and leaves a memorable impact.
It is impressive because it defies reality and creates an object that shouldn't exist. The fusion effect continues to amaze and delight the audience even after the merging occurs.
Artisan Coin & Yao Junhao have merged the art of coin magic with the captivating wonder of the fusion effect to present The Fate Coin.
You take out two coins and have two audience members sign them. Then, you guide the audience on an imaginary journey, and as the finale, the two coins miraculously merge into one. The signatures on both sides serve as undeniable proof that what they witnessed was not a figment of their imagination.
The Fate Coin has a simple structure and requires minimal sleight of hand. It can be performed for couples or individuals.
Craftsmanship is of utmost importance, and The Fate Coin incorporates the same meticulous coin-refining craftsmanship as other gaffs in the Artisan Coin series, resulting in a remarkably realistic appearance of the fused coins. You can confidently allow the audience to examine the coin.
The wonder of The Fate Coin extends beyond the moment of fusion, creating a captivating and unforgettable experience with this seemingly impossible object.
I love the craftmanship, it works like clockwork. I have a question about the handling. My skill is good to follow the instrucions, but but with both ways to show the half dollar is a discrepantie. The audience know there is something, they do not know what but there is somthing. So I want to ask is it possible to make a half dollar that will fit loosly in side the shell. nobody will ever see or feel that coin. to the last second you can show both sides of the coin and let it sign and even after the signing you can show both sides. you can lose the coin in plain side with the sign in full view. please let me know if it is possible and what the cost will be. kind regards Johan
francisco javier d.
Hello, I just tested The Fate Coin by Artisan Coin & Yao Junhao that I just received Order #22375 francisco javier diaz cabrera, and in the first test I did the copper coin split into two.
A few days ago I contacted email@example.com with this problem and I have not had a response.
francisco javier d.
I received the product on December 24 and on the first use the copper coin comes off and breaks into 2 halves. I informed tcc on December 27 without any response yet on January 13, I have already solved it by sanding the glue and re-gluing it but some response would have been nice. very bad customer service
Can the coins be examined both sides before the effect?? Also can they keep the coins?? If not it screams gaff coins
There are two coins included that can be examined on both sides before the effect. Although the merged coin can be briefly inspected by the audience, it is not intended for giveaway if you plan to perform the effect again.
I’m assuming you don’t give this away, so how does the signature come off if you want to perform again?
You can use rubbing alcohol to remove the signature after the performance.
Can you use it more than once?
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