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You know the trick where a dollar bill is folded in quarters, its center torn off but it is unfolded and appears restored?
It seems it has been around forever, but I'm trying to find out who its creator might be, or of said creator is unknown?

Thank you for your help.
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This was marketed by Jack Chanin around 1970... it was called RIP IT. Not sure if it was his original idea
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Thanks a lot! Smile
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Jeff McBride has a great version of this.

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Thank you Smile
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On Feb 27, 2018, Steven Conner wrote:
Jeff McBride has a great version of this.

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Steve


Steve's right! McBride teaches Johnny Hirose's version on "The Magic of Jeff McBride" DVD


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