Patrick Page’s Card in Wallet This is the Card in Wallet trick invented by Patrick Page in 1960 (yes it is that old) and used by many magicians as part of their routine, including Paul Daniels. The effect is that a spectator selects a card from a freely shuffled pack and marks the card with a pen with his or her initials. It is returned to the deck and, after he has shuffled the cards, the performer removes his wallet from his pocket and on opening the zip pocket, which is inside the wallet, he removes a card from it. The card is the very card that the spectator had selected, complete with his or her initials. This comes with a brown leather wallet custom made for Patrick Page Magic, a free 25 minute DVD of Patrick Page giving a “master class” on the “Card in Wallet” trick written instructions on how to perform the trick a Sharpie pen for the spectator to use to write their initials on the playing card All you need to supply is a pack of cards and some practice. The image shows the open wallet with the zip. Available exclusively from Patrick Page Magic the price is £35 (approx US $46.5) inclusive of free worldwide postage and packing (shipping). It is sent to you by first class post. Please make payment using Paypal. This is one of the many tricks invented by Patrick Page that is included in the Magic Page by Page Book available exclusively from Patrick Page Magic.