The Penultimate Coin Box Collection

"The Penultimate Coin Box Collection" by Tenyo
Hiroshi Kondo / Hideo Kato
1987

Rarity :
★★★★
Discontinued / Production terminée

English:
After having produced the magic set "Paddle Collection" in 1985, Tenyo again decided to target the professional magicians by editing two new unique luxury magic set. The first one is "The Penultimate Coin Box Collection". This is actually a magic set that includes a range of accessories for presenting great coins routines. This luxury magic set includes nine coin box arranged in a beautiful velvet custom case wich is Red for Japan and blue for U.S.A.

If you appreciate coin boxes, you are in for a treat. Most magicians own one or more coin boxes; often they differ in quality, size and appearance. Now, Tenyo has manufactured an exceptional set of coin boxes in US half dollar size, all seemingly identical in appearance(allowing switching in and switching out, and therefore limitless combinations of routines). A complete manual by Hiroshi Kondo is supplied with each order. Please note that all these boxes are expensively produced, quality products, with the look, weight and feel of exclusive, magical props. Each box is manufactured by master Japanese craftmen to exacting specifications. The manual explains the techniques used with each box, plus many routines using combinations of the various boxes. In some routines, several boxes are displayed, and transpositions take place. You can readily understand that with this collection, virtually any effect or combination of effects is now possible. The lavishly illustrated manual only begins to hint at the limitless potential for coin magic that will be yours. In the future, when a magic magazine or new book explains some new coin box idea, you will own the right box to try it out! If you have ever performed or wanted to perform coin magic, the Penultimate Coin Box Collection is the answer to your magical fantasies! With this great set made by Tenyo you will also find a letter written by Hideo Kato and Original 17 page manual written by Hiroshi Kondo. The selling price in 1987 was 18.000 yen.

The Penultimate Coin Box Collection contains:
1) The Okito Box
-the grandfather of coin boxes.
2) The Switch Box
-an extra Okito box to accomplish content switches
3) The Boston Box
-with a recess on the bottom to hold a coin.
4) The Small Box
-identical in appearance to the Okito box, but coins
won't fit inside!
5) The Rattle Box
-shake it and it rattles, but cannot be opened!
6) The Solid Box
-looks like an Okito box, but is a solid block of
brass!
7) The Ring Box
-a bottomless Okito box.
8) The Dynamic Box
-remember the nickels-to-dime trick? Same idea,
with half dollars!
9) The Fu Manchu Box
-a special gimmick permits you to secretly load the
box with water!



Français:
Après avoir produit le set de collection "Paddle Collection" en 1985, Tenyo à une nouvelle fois décidé de cibler les magiciens professionnels en éditant deux coffrets de prestige.  Les trois coffret produit rentrent la collection appelée "profesional Line".

Le premier présenté ici s’appelle "The Penultimate Coin Box Collection". Il s'agit en fait d'un coffret qui regroupe tout un ensemble d'accessoires permettant de présenter des routines à base de pièces de monnaie. Ce set comprend donc 9 accessoires en laiton de grande qualité fabriqué par un artisan et pouvant être utilisés avec des pièces Américaines ou Japonaises selon le modèle. L'ensemble est rangé dans un très beau coffret de couleur rouge pour le Japon et bleu pour les Etats Unis. Ce set de magie de grande qualité inclut en plus une lettre d'Hideo Kato ainsi qu' un manuel d'instruction de 17 pages écrit par Hiroshi Kondo qui explique en détail comment utiliser chaque boite. Le prix de vente à sa sortie était de 18,000 Yen et il était uniquement possible de le commander par correspondance directement chez Tenyo.

The Penultimate Coin Box Collection contient:
1) The Okito Box
-l'ancètre de toute les Coin Boxes.

2) The Switch Box
-Une super boite Okito qui permet de faire des changes.
3) The Boston Box
- avec un petit bord dans le fond qui permet de retenir une pièce.
4) The Small Box
-identique en apparence à la boite Okito, mais les pièces ne rentrent plus dedans!
5) The Rattle Box
- secouez la boite et vous entendez la pièce à l'intérieur, mais personne n'arrivera à l'ouvrir!
6) The Solid Box
-ressemble à une boite Okito, mais c'est en fait un solide blocs de métal !
7) The Ring Box
-Une boite Okito sans fond.
8) The Dynamic Box
-Vous vous souvenez du tour nickels-to-dime ? C'est la meme idée avec un demi dollar !

9) The Fu Manchu Box
-un gimmick spécial vous permet de remplir secretement la boite avec de l'eau !

 

3 comments:

  1. There are two versions of this set: the one with Japanese coins comes in a red box as shown. The one using American coins comes in a blue box.

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