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Congregation: The Magic Trick Historically Known as Chink-a-Chink

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by Sean McWeeney
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Congregation: The Magic Trick Historically Known as Chink-a-Chink by Sean McWeeney

An exploration of the origins and early development of the "perfect little pocket trick" known as "Chink-a-Chink", the non-coin prototype of the Matrix effect; with how-to and performance tips, and advice on custom-made sets and "impromptu" sets as well (with photographs).

Three types are covered:

  1. mechanical chinck-a-chinks utilizing a shell
  2. chink-a-chinks with only the hands utilizing a spare object
  3. four objects and two covers

1st edition 2012, 38 pages.
word count: 6417 which is equivalent to 25 standard pages of text

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12/09/2016
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