The sliding coin box

The magician puts a coin into one of the divisions, and shuts all four doors. Opening one door the coin has vanished, opening the other door it is still not to be found, although by tipping the box it can be heard. Finally, opening all four doors, the box is found to be empty. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry. A Davenport advertisement for the trick is also illustrated.


Size 100 x 25 x 55mm
Date Early to mid 20th century.
Key Phrases , ,
Ref no N2155