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Clear Deception

$19.95

Five different colored discs are shown along with a small metal container. The spectator is invited to choose any disc and seal it inside the container.

The remaining discs are then hidden inside a small cloth bag.

All of this is done with the magician’s back turned.

Upon completion, the magician faces...

 

Fantastic Frame

$6.50

A clear perspex frame, 6" square is shown with two face blank cards locked in it. It is covered by a borrowed hanky. 3 spectators are asked to select a card each from a deck. When the frame is removed from under the cover, the two blank cards duplicate the selections of the first two spectators. Finally it is seen that the suit and the...

 


Steel Ball & Tube

A steel ball is placed on top of a brass tube. The ball is obviously larger than the diameter of the tube yet the magician causes the ball to sink into the tube and rise again.

The 28 page book (sold separately) teaches many other tricks you can do with your Steel Ball & Tube.

 


Stockholder Wallet

$50.00

This sleek and stylish business card holder (wallet) based on the Out-to-Lunch principle, will allow you to perform several different business card effects. Included in the detailed, photo-illustrated intruction booklet are routines by some of the biggest names in magic.

Contains Routines by: Michael Close, Paul Harris, Daryl,...

 

The Switch by Shin Lim

$30.00

From the creative mind of Shin Lim: THE SWITCH is the cleanest way to switch a folded card for a spectators signed card.

Imagine placing a Mystery card on a table, in someone's hand, in a clear box, well... anywhere. This is done in full view of the audience. You then have a another spectator select a random card and sign...

 

Basic Contact Juggling by Brian Erle & Will Roya

$10.00

Learn the basics of contact juggling with professional Brian Erle. This hypnotic and meditative art form has been featured in movies and on TV. It can be performed with almost any ball, even an orange. It's not magic, but it will look like it when you master a few simple moves taught on this video.

Discover the ancient art of...

 

One Quart Low by Steve Dick

$32.00

A quart of cooking oil is poured into a borrowed hat, bag or purse. Immediately, the oil vanishes into thin air, without leaving a single drop!!

One Possible Effect:

Pop Corn From Hat:
A top hat is displayed mouth-down on the magician's table. He turns the hat mouth-up and drops in a few kernals of un-popped...

 

PaC Stack by Paul Carnazzo

$25.00

The latest in Mental Voyage's Arts & Crafts series!

PaC Stack is an innocent looking, easy to make, gimmicked stack of cards.

PaC Stack can be used to peek words or images in a very deceptive fashion. It can also be used as an Out To Lunch pack and for secret writing.

You may need to buy a few items needed...

 


Travelling Deck 2.0 by Takel

Now with a brand new second gimmick, not only are you able to vanish a pack of cards but the box as well!

Hold a card box with you hand; instantly, in front of the spectator, the card box disappears leaving you with a single card. Just as instantly you can make the whole deck disappear leaving you with a single card...

 


Black Box - John Kennedy

$350.00

Make things move, jump, and fly around anywhere in the room! There's no clue to the mystery because Black Box is hidden away from the action!

Black Box is an advanced RF remote control device for magicians. The electronics are designed and manufactured exclusively for John Kennedy Magic, enabling the...

 

Measle Wand 2.0

$75.00

It's bigger, It's badder, it's more entertaining! It's the new!

A complete FIVE minute routine with a comedy magic wand that will have your audience seeing spots. You will never want to leave it out of your show!

Bring out your magic wand. Oh No! It is absolutely covered with spots! No problem, you...

 


Spring Animals - Magic Masters

These are the original Magic Masters spring animals. Only a few remain. Once they are gone they are gone for good.

These spring animals are so life-like you'll think they're real. Make them eat out of your hand, run up your arm, or just twist their head to look around. Inside is a giant spring that makes all of these...

 


Black & White Surprise

$45.00

In one hand the magician has a white brass chip, the other hand a black one.Both hands are closed and the chips change color. The same is repeated witha playing card between the chips. Again they change color. The audience isconvinced the chips are white on one side and black on the other. The magician shows both sides again but now one...

 

Magnetic Domino - Joker Magic

$30.00

The magician gives the spectator a metal domino that has dots that can be moved around.

The magician now asks the spectator to use all of the dots and create a domino tile.

While the spectator is creating the domino tile, the magician takes out a card case containing 4 white cards.

When the spectator...

 


Pen Prediction

This is one of the coolest items we have seen this year. Four different color pens are displayed in a holder. A volunteer is given a drawing and is asked to choose a marker. They are instructed to color a portion of the drawing. This is repeated with the other 3 color markers. When the drawing is complete the volunteer opens an envelope...

 


Twin Dice Tower

$75.00

The magician has the spectator examine two tubes and eight colorful, big dice (there are two of every color). The spectator puts the dice into a gift bag, and after shuffling them, they draw one die at a time from the bag - alternating with the magician - and place them into each tube.

While doing this, nobody tells or shows...

 

Astro Coin

$4.00

The mysterious coin from outer space! Pretend to take an invisible coin out of your pocket. Count to three and smack the dome. The coin magically appears inside the sealed transparent dome!

 

Copenetro Deck by Gimmickartas

$50.00

A coin magically travels within a glass which is upside down on a deck of cards held in the hand the magician. Another currency is able to cross a deck of cards to fall into the glass. Also, you can use it without appearing out of nowhere glass above the deck, fully ultravisual.

You can use equal or less than the diameter of half...

 

Times For A Change

$12.00

Two jumbo playing cards are introduced and shown on both sides. One card is red, the other is black. So far, everything is completely fair. The magician wraps the red card in a sheet of newspaper and hands it to a spectator on his left. The black card is wrapped in a different sheet and handed to a spectator on his right. Everything is still...

 


Contact Juggling Ball - Clear

If you want to perform contact juggling these balls are what you are looking for.

Manufactured from acrylic with other clear resins, reducing cost and giving a tougher surface, making minor scratch and marks easier to buff out. Each ball is individually wrapped.

Contact juggling is the art of juggling without letting...

 


Pro Switch Box

$80.00

The Pro Switch Box is a clear box that can be used to change or produce a flat object (bill, silk, etc...) The change happens instantly. Mentalists will find this box especially useful for forcing a prediction. Imagine asking a spectator to drop their folded bill into the box and close the lid. As you return to the stage the switch is...

 

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Clever Card Magic - A professional entertainer for many years, Paul Hallas captivates his audience with a wide array of mind boggling card magic. From cloned cards to drawing a perfect royal flush, you won’t find card magic like this...

 

Back Pocket by Leo Smetsers

$47.50

In 2003 Leo Smetsers and Jean Paul Mertens developed a routine that's 100% commercial, using some coins and a back pocket.

On this DVD Leo Smetsers shares one of his most requested routines. It's totally commercial, truly magical and a real audience pleaser.

The plot is simple and easy to follow with multiple phases;...

 

A Day At The Zoo

$9.00

A spectator is told to select one animal from a group of 64. He is allowed a totally FREE choice.
There are eight animals on each of 8 cards.
The spectator merely points to the card which has his animal on it.+ He then mixes the cards and turns them over to the other side.
He finds his selected animal once again...

 

Appearing Barber Pole

$32.00

The Magician walks out on stage stating he is in need of a haircut.
He asks the audience if they know where he can find a barbershop, "you know the old style one with a barber pole in the front".

The magician now removes a small toiletry bag and says, " if you have to tell the owner I have his pole".

He reaches...

 


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