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Turk, no you won't, Volume 7 was written by Harry Lorayne,came out in 1972 and is still in copyright, I think the version is the original mail-order course from the 1920s.
PM me, there are a couple ways of doing this.
Woke up.
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Bob Sanders
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I don't get to use a Bill Tube as often as I would like, but I still enjoy them. And I have several. I'm a sucker for any well-made prop!

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I do the bill tube after jay sankeys fan mail when I do restaurant magic or walk around.

I always start with bill switch jay sankeys method(fan mail) and then the 2 bills with signatur eon it switch. I was thinking here..

- If I showed that the other bill have switched that's a miracle but then immediately showing it in the bill tube would dismiss the first trick. So I decided to make 2 seperate tricks out of it.

Now I do Jay sankeys bills witch first. Then I say thanks for your signature. Let me show you somethign even weirder with it. When I roll your bill up like this and put it in my pocket like this. Show empty hands. I have something else with me wait and pull out loaded bill tube( I know, I know the standard everyday routine:)) etc etc.

Just to let you know that these 2 tricks blend in perfectly for walk around

my 2 cents
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I switched from the bill tube to "keyruption" - many years ago. Keyruption is a bob solari magic product and you basically have the spectators signed bill end up in a leather car/house key case. Its a much more practical and carried item which does not look out of place and needs no explaining.
Also, with the way I have it routined, the spectator holds it on the palm of their hand.
Check it out at his site which I believe is but I'm not at my home computer right now where I have it bookmarked so not certain.
Nice everyday prop that makes sense and is inexpensive too.
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How about explaining the bill tube as a pill carrier?

What do you think?
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Mark R. Williams
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"How about explaining the bill tube as a pill carrier?"

Maybe for nitro tablets???? Smile

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