The Money Maker has been around since the early 1800’s and has been found in every magic set since including ‘slum’ magic sales, etc., yet this little magical mystery survives exposures and over-use because it is such a fascinating little devise.
Rhett Bryson and Dexter Cleveland have done a superb job in collecting information, examples and routines on this remarkable staple in our Magic arsenal.
The publication is soft cover-stapled so don’t expect a high class booklet, but it is full of full color photos and many line drawings, etc. so the contents are worth the few dollars asked for.
Anyone interested in the history of some of our ‘taken for granted’ props will surely enjoy this romp through history. You’ll get some nice ideas to use if you have one of these items stuck back in the corner of some Magic junk drawer. You’ll read this and you’ll get out your Money Maker, I guarantee it!