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The Repeat Bill Trick
by Tom Bowyer & T. A. Whitney


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The Repeat Bill Trick by Tom Bowyer & T. A. Whitney

Even the most jaded audience will sit up and take notice when effects with real money are performed. Here's an entertaining story about a shopaholic who continues to spend (real) money, but somehow manages to leave the store with the same amount of cash she started with.

This is a time-tested routine that's made even better by using genuine currency (which you supply) while you follow these illustrated instructions. But that's not all. You also get additional presentation ideas, plus a template for constructing your own Repeat Bills outfit with whatever denomination of currency you wish.

This is just the ticket for corporate audiences, lunchtime presentations at civic clubs, school assemblies, church shows, etc. Don't settle for some mass-produced play money version. By making your own, you'll have an effect you'l be proud to perform.

"Makes a first-class night club act. Best of all, it fits into a pocket!" - Wm. W. Larsen, Sr.

"An outstanding item." - C. R. Brush

"Very novel and neat--and not one sleight!" - U. F. Grant

"The smart performer will no doubt think up many clever patter possibilities for using this with genuine currency. Especially if you combine a clever story with giving away bills to a few lucky spectators. Do so and you’ll have a winner on your hands. It's like money in the bank!"? - T. A. Whitney

"REPEAT BILL TRICK -- Performer exhibits and actually counts five bills--pays off three, count and still has five left. Pays off three more, counts, still has [five] left. Again, pays off three more bills, and again, true count reveals five left. This is repeated a fourth and FIFTH time. A very funny patter story accompanies the trick. Self contained, requires no skill or practice, and a truly wonderful trick." - Robert A. Nelson

1st edition 1938, PDF 16 pages.
word count: 5432 which is equivalent to 21 standard pages of text