A piece of paper on which is printed the words “Fresh Fish Sold Here” is shown. Performer then proceeds to tear it into a number of pieces, one word at a time, telling a humorous story as he does so. The torn pieces are crumpled into a small packet. Slowly opening the packet the paper is found to be fully restored.
This is fashioned after the original version put out by Arnold Furst many years ago. In that version though the word “Today” was also used at the very end so the paper read “Fresh Fish Sold Here Today”. This is an abbreviated, more modern version, for a slightly quicker performance. The paper measures approximately 22-1/2″ long by 2-3/4″ wide and has large bold black letters on a yellow paper so they really show up well from a distance.
You receive enough papers to perform the trick ten times. Comes with instructions and patter suggestions.