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Mismade Bill $1.00
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Mismade Bill $1.00
Mismade Bill $1.00
Item #: 19237 (O3-2-4)
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You use a supplied dollar bill. You begin to tear the bill into small pieces. With great confidence you explain that you will now do some magic and restore the bill, and you do just that. The only problem is the bill has been restored with the ends in the middle! It can even be inspected.


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