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This looks quite nice, for those that perform this effect.

http://www.el-duco.se/
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MagicChris,

I believe El Duco's Card In Wallet ends up in a zippered compartment in the wallet, not in a sealed envelope. I could be wrong, but that is what I was told.

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Text from his web:
"Let the spectator remove HIS OWN SIGNED CARD from the envelope!!!"
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He has two wallets posted on his site, one with an envelope and one without.
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Regan, El Duco does have a signed card in wallet as you describe, but this effcet in an envelope is brand new. The wallet is quite nice looking.
"Of all words of tongue and pen,
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I have his Locking Himber Wallet and the quality is very high...
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The new Kohler Forbes wallet is better because the envelope is sealed and the spectator opens it, but that's a few hundred dollars more. All depends on how many shows you do, money you make, etc.
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Sorry MagicChris. I was unaware of the newer wallet.

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Hi MagicChris,
Speaking about the envelope that the spectator opens himself. I believe I read a post, that the method can be utilized in any signed card in envelope wallet??
Would like to know if I'm correct.
Gerard
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General question on this type of wallet effect. Does anyone carry these larger wallets in real life?

What I like about Paul Wilson's Predator Wallet (totally different effect...) is that its the type of hip wallet most folks carry. Do these larger wallets appear unnatural to the audience (that is, prop like)?

Just curious....
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Hi Scott,
No not at all, if you wear a suit or sport coat. It's a natural looking secretary wallet which are normally large.
Gerard
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Thanks Gerard. Guess I hang around with the wrong crowd! Smile
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Go to the department with the wallets at Wal Mart. You can see many different styles, including some very large "secretary" and "travel" wallets. I saw one recently that is almost identical in size to The Garnier Wallet, and some close to the LePaul, Barry Price, Forbes, etc. size. Some are even larger than any magicians wallet that I am aware of.

I do not personally carry a large "regular" wallet but someone must be buying and carrying these big wallets. I did purchase a nice, leather secretary wallet to carry photos only. I only carry it when I am going to a reunion or some type of get together where I want to show off my family photos.

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On 2004-10-05 11:49, MagicCarisio wrote:
Hi MagicChris,
Speaking about the envelope that the spec opens himself. I believe I read a post, that the method can be utilized in any signed card in envelope wallet??
Would like to know if I'm correct.
Gerard

Gerry, I'm not sure about that.

I am going to end up getting the Forbes Wallet as an X-mas present to myself. The fact that the envelope seals, they open it and it's instant reset may make it the ultimate card to wallet.
"Of all words of tongue and pen,
the saddest are, "It might have been"

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Yes, the Forbes wallet is the ultimate! I sure would like to get one for Christmas too!
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On 2004-10-26 11:55, MagicCarisio wrote:
Yes, the Forbes wallet is the ultimate! I sure would like to get one for Christmas too!
Gerard

Gerard,

Well, I guess your success in this will depend on whether or not you have been naughty or nice, doesn't it?

Mike
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This must not be Kansas anymore, Toto.

Eschew obfuscation.
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