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Nicolino
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Anyone has Phantoma instructions in English for me, too? Any help is much appreciated! Smile
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I was helped out by a kind member, thank you!
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I am looking for the English instructions for Dynamic Coins.

Is it that important to get these since the trick is pretty easy to do and I already have a routine I am happy with.

Just curious. Anyway - any help will be much appreciated. And I will try and find to pay you back.

Cheers!

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Hi, I lost my Magical Café' (Tenyo special) instructions...it's very hard to remember!
Could anyone help me?
Thank you!
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Hi I stupidly bought some Tenyo tricks and find only Japanese instructions . Ive asked for English and seller says doesn't have .
Can anyone supply following in English

T224 CREDIT SURPRISE
T249 MAGIC PICK UP
T247 TOWER OF THE DICE
I also bought this one but don't know what Tenyo number it is and again only in Japanese https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000......F8&psc=1 they call it Magic Cards
Thanks in advance
regards Gary
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There is no trick called "Magic Pick Up." You mean "Magic Pop-Up."

The link you provide is to a deck called "Magic Cards" and no official English instructions exist for it since it has never been sold outside Japan.
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Thanks Richard Kaufman re my errors lol they called it pick up .................
I also have this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKJdJqQOmgg with no instructions do you know where I can get ?
Regards Gary
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Hoping for Koorniwinder Kar Instruction in English
This thanks to anyone who can help. I can send photo proof that I own this.
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I can help you.
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Just an fyi. I recently went to Japan and came back with quite a few Tenyo tricks. While it would be nice to have the actual english instructions, I've found that the free Google translate app on my phone works quite well. The english translation is sometimes worded kind of weird, but it's usually enough to figure out how the gimmick works. Just take a pic of the instructions and the translation is right there on your phone. It's kind of tedious to get through all of the instructions this way, but it's better than nothing!
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Hi
Looking for Wonder Window and Mystery China Box Tenyo have the items but would just like the instructions. Thanks
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Also looking for 4D (256) and MRI (257). Thanks
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Hi friends

Anyone could pm me instructions for "Trap box" ?
Mine are in japanese...

?
Your help would be very appreciated
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Hi All,

New to the forum and am in the same predicament as some of you.

Was wondering if anyone ha the English instruction for:

Card Surgery and 4D Printer - it seems I bought the Japanese versions that didn't include the link for the English ones. I'd be happy to provide any necessary proof of ownership. I did post in /magicsecrets/ on reddit if anyone is also a member there with picture proof..
"https://www.reddit.com/r/MagicSecrets/comments/79kb96/tenyo_help/"

Any help would be awesome!

Cheers
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On Nov 17, 2017, dbox wrote:
Hi All,

New to the forum and am in the same predicament as some of you.
Was wondering if anyone has the English instruction for:


May I offer a few suggestions & some advice for you new folks to this site who are looking for instructions for Tenyo.

I would think that more here would be more willing to put the effort into helping not only a total stranger but one who has not contributed to this thread, if;

You introduce yourself,
Share who you are, and some background about yourself,
Are you a magician or collector or something else,
Tell us a bit about your collection,
Maybe how you found this site,
Maybe offer to help someone in return.
Don't offer to send proof, just do it!

Then you are no longer a stranger asking for something free, and offering nothing in return.

Hope this get's you what you need.

Ed
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Hi Ed,

Totally fair and my bad (embarrassing really). I still need to properly make my profile as well (in time)

Howdy Folks,

As you can see I go by dbox (a nick my friends have called me for years). I've lurked the forum for a number of years and although I thought I'd actually signed up a long time ago it appears I didn't. In the magic world I consider myself these days to be more of a collector. I've been a magic enthusiast since I was ~12 having been exposed to the hobby/trade at of all places Canada's Wonderland. Back then (I'm 35 now) Browsers Den (a shop located in Toronto) had a small booth there and sold small magic items and utilities such as D-Lites, Thumbtips, Coin shells etc. Now some years later although the booth is long gone, I find myself regularly hitting up Browsers Den whenever I'm passing through.

My collection (i think) is quite extensive. I've got a good mix of close up utils, a shelf of books, and since having a child I found myself collecting more prop/parlour stuff (as you all know small kids and card tricks can be interesting..). Currently I'm at my day job (which isn't magic unfortunately) so I don't have any pictures of the collection to share however I'd be more than happy to once I"m there.

That being said, I'm not sure what in particular I could provide in return if someone was willing to lend a hand but should someone have anything they're looking for I'd be happy to assist if possible. A project soon will be to inventory the collection at which point I'm sure such requests could be more helpful.

Apologies if I came off rude, inconsiderate or the like it certainly wasn't my intention.

-dbox
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Thank you, and apology accepted.
I’ll check later and try to be of help.
Ed
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And welcome to the forum!
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Welcome dbox!

I am a fellow Canadian and good friends with Jeff (am a partner with him on the annual Browser's Magic Bash). I have a large Tenyo collection and can be a help as well. Not sure if we have ever met but perhaps our paths will cross.

Cheers

John
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Thanks guys!

John - I'm not sure if we've met in the store but it's quite possible we have over the years. I'm in Ottawa these days so it's always fun to see Jeff when I make it into the area. Funny enough, The 4D Printer that I have came from Browsers. I bought it a while back but only recently opened it to find unfortunately no English instruction. Obviously it was an oversight on the shops end as now Jeff's careful to ensure he not only gets the English versions but is diligent (i'm sure you know) in educating the customers on finding the access codes.

Great guy and great store. I like the Dufferin location much better than the former Eglington/Bathurst from back int he day just for the parking alone Smile
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