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Latin Phrase meaning:
"I Remain Unvanquished" - (invictus maneo)
"From Possibility to Reality" - (A posse ad esse)
Finding a minter that would produce such a coin for Ellusionist was a challenge in itself. Our requirements for these coins were very specific in order to attain the qualities that coin magicians covet. Every detail had to be exact, the weight, the thickness, the edges & milling, the color of metal, the darkened patina areas, the design detail, the glide, the noise... there are not many coin makers in the world who were willing to be held to such standards.
At one point, Ellusionist was told by our coin maker, that they did not want to work with Ellusionist any longer because of our strict quality control. However, when the coins were completed, those same people said that they have never made such a beautiful product and they understand now why Ellusionist was so precise.
"Wow, they're amazing. " - Daniel Madison, Advocate of the Deceptive Arts
• Cast in soft metal as recommended by top coin magicians.
• Low 'talk' and noise.
• Smooth glide.
• Edges & milling engineered to match antique, worn coins.
• Designed in house by Jason Brumbalow, Lee McKenzii, and Brad Christian.
• Highly resistant to wear, scratches and impact.
• Size of US half-dollar dimensions - Weight 11.8g - Diameter 30.5 mm - Thickness 2.7mm
• Size of US Dollar dimensions - Weight 26.7g - Diameter 38.8 mm - Thickness 2.7mm
• New US Dollar size (by demand).
• New Latin phrases on coin face.
• New Copper color for color changes.
• Sharper edges & deeper milling for better grip.
"Elegant, stylish and handle like a dream." - Eric Jones, Top Coin Pro
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Nice design. Scratched edge that allows good handling. little noise
It hurts to not be able to get the "copper Artifact"
These coins are absolutely beautiful! I just got them today, and I have to say I'm very happy with my purchase and the great service at Ellusionist. Thanks guys. You rock!
P.S. I'm looking forward to getting copper versions of this coin, and maybe some 1920 coins as well. I hope you guys get them in soon.
I am a One Coin Routine enthusiast and as a coin guy its the only plot I improve on. This is a perfect coin for me. One good thing about it since its a bit heavy, whenever I get to hold on to other coins to perform I perform the routines flawlessly and with speed since those coins are lighter. Good job on this Ellusionist!
They look amazing. Best looking coin I've ever seen. But it's not very practical. It's too thick, which makes it hard to conceal. It is also too slippery, which makes it hard to do certain slights, such as the muscle pass. It has good weight, and it sounds very good. But I would not recommend it.
There aren't many custom coins in the market, and I was trilled to find that Ellusionist finally started supplying them.
We need more variety!
I found them a little thick as half of its thickness would be better to maneuver and conceal at some times, probably in the future would be a variant of both. On the back with the serpent pattern, and that's just personal preference, it would be great having the dominant color as silver leaving the black contrasting the fine details. I think it hides to much of the engravings as is. Most of the comments about the slippiness goes on spammed as it makes also hard to handle on some routines, but hey, if you can handle these you can handle anything right!? Overall its a great product specially for those coin routines lovers out there being definitely more distinguishable while performing or simply by doing a coin role on those uncountable hours giving an instant topic of conversation.
I liked it, but it was a little thick. Also, when I did my first performance with these coins everyone thought they were gimmicked. And the black 'patina' on my second set of these coins got scratched when delivered.
These coins are way too slippery. The thickness is a major issue as well, although they do look spectacular for all performances:
Very sleek coins. Before I even start a trick with these coins, spectators are already asking questions! These coins are not the quality of some arcade token, oh no. These are perfect for any coin routine.
I love these coins! They are extremely well balanced and easy to manipulate making them just right for tricky sleight of hand moves. I usually use dollar size coins in my routines so these coins offer me two advantages: they are lighter than the Eisenhower or Morgan dollars and they are a lot less expensive than purchasing my coins from coin dealer shops or pawn shops. I just purchased a second order of the copper colored coins and noticed that the silver coins were "out of stock." I hope this means that Ellusionist is not going to discontinue the coins because that would be such a loss. On the other hand, it may make the existing coins already out there collector's items.
I obtained these coins yesterday along with the Metal 1,2,3 DVD set.
I am new to coin tricks, and so far, the first hour of the Metal 1 DVD is incredible.
Unfortunately, these coins are terrible. They are way too thick, probably the width of like 4 quarters. The ridges on the edges are more visual than functional, as the edges are extremely slippery.
My biggest complaint about the coins is that they are painted, and then have a high gloss coating. They don't look like "metal" coins at all, and they are really slippery because of the finish.
These would be great if they were left "unfinished" without paint or gloss, were about 1/2 the thickness, and the edges actually supported gripping them.
The coins in the video and in the pictures look different from mine. They appear to have deeper etched edges, a non-gloss metal finish, and high detail. Mine look like they were dipped in mustard, then gloss finished. They look ugly, and there is hardly any detail because of how much paint was used.