1980 ca.
Written by Steve Dusheck
Work of Steve Dusheck
18 pages (Stapled), published by Selfpublished
Illustrated with drawings
Language: English
18 entries
Cover photograph
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Steve Dusheck Waltzing Matilda small silk floats between hands, stretched spring attached to thumb
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Steve Dusheck By the Handful single penny changes into dime, then bunch of pennies change into dimes
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Steve Dusheck Coin Cordial one of two coins penetrates plastic glass
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Steve Dusheck Dollar Punch holes punched in folded Dollar bill, bill is restored
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Steve Dusheck Coin and Cord coin with hole, slit
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Steve Dusheck Coin/Card gaff in which a thin coin is attached to a strip at the back of a card
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Steve Dusheck Half a Buck coin changes to bill (perhaps, effect not clear)
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Steve Dusheck Riot Rope ropes attached with thin thread
Steve Dusheck Hole Transposition two cards, a hole travels from one card to another in a plastic case
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Steve Dusheck Holed Up cork pushed halfway through hole in card, moved around
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Steve Dusheck Monte Zuma two cards, one held behind back, spectator always guesses wrong
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Steve Dusheck Hole Card - Whole Card two cards transpose in vinyl cases, one of the cards has a hole
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Steve Dusheck Changing Card Award visibly changing card
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Steve Dusheck Cornography corner torn off, it visibly restored
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Steve Dusheck Copper/Silver Transposition "Slippery Sam" forerunner, sliding shell
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Steve Dusheck Shrinking Fluid coin dropped into shot glass with water, it shrinks
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Steve Dusheck Dusheck's Dollar cut and restored bill, gaffed bill
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Steve Dusheck Astro Perception Calendar spectator's birth month used to count to a ESP symbol on a grid, it's predicted
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Data entered by Denis Behr, November 2020.