Any time piece is borrowed from a Spectator. It may be wrist watch, a pocket watch or a ladies pendant watch. The spectator shows the performer the face of the watch. The spectator hands the watch to a second spectator who covers watch with a handkerchief and holds it securely.
The performer produces a small notepad and requests the audience to call out any digit from 1 to 12 inclusive. A different spectator calls out a number between 1 and 59. The numbers are written down and handed to a spectator.
The performer designates a different member of the audience to come forward and tell all those within range of his voice the time indicated on the face of the time-piece. The time he tells is the same as the time on the note pad . . . the time devised from the digits called out by two different members of the audience.
The Performer thanks all of the assisting Spectators, resets the borrowed timepiece to the correct time and returns the instrument to the spectator who loaned it. The trick is over.
A very clever and well routined effect that had its genesis in Koran's Gold Medallion. Comprehensively written, this 44 page booklet is fully illustrated and supplied with the neccessary gimmicks.
This is an easy effect to perform, no difficult sleights or awkward handling. Spend a little time on the presentation and you will have a strong dramatic effect with a stunning impact«
Reccommended. Catalogue Number 406
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