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Stamp Matrix

$36.00

Show two standard bicycle playing cards on both sides, and place 4 standard stamps on 4 corner of your close up pad.

Place the two cards on two stamps, and the miracle happens: one stamp has vanished from under one card, while it re-appears under the other playing card.

Repeat the effect two more times, without...

 

Dragonfly Rings

$16.95


The timeless mystery of the linking rings is now a pocket sized wonder! At 2.3 inches in diameter, your Dragonfly Rings are the perfect size to keep in your pocket and take anywhere to fool everyone!

An instructional DVD is included that contains a full routine performance and detailed teaching to give you easy to learn,...

 

Cups & Balls

$2.50

You have 3 nested cups and 3 balls. Place the balls in a line on the table with a cup placed behind each one, mouth down. Place center ball on bottom of its cup, place left cup over this followed by right cup. When stack is lifted, the ball seems to have penetrated the bottom cup and now sits on the table! Instructions included for more...

 

Psychic Pad Folio by Banachek

$159.99

This is the most diabolical product ever produced by Banachek. This is indeed one of the most powerful devices available to mentalists and magicians alike. Banachek has personally used this tool in over 875 shows up to this date in November, 2011 and he will continue to use it. he has have used it in colleges, in comedy clubs, in corporate...

 


Risky Bet by Henry Evans








The magician has a spectator select a card from the deck. Without letting the magician see, the spectator can look at and show the selection to the audience. Then the card is placed into the center of the deck and the spectator shuffles it. The magician then claims that with in 2 attempts, he can find the...

 


Funny Rabbit

$55.00

The magician shows the audience a white rabbit standing on a pedestal. He then shows a colorful rectangular tube empty, and with it covers the white rabbit.

At this point he asks the spectators a simple question: what color is the rabbit?

Everybody will say that it is white… but when the rabbit is shown again, it...

 

Okito Box Half Dollar Brass by Tango Magic

$22.00

Effect

The magician shows a coin and a box Okito. Put And the coin inside the box and the lid. He waves the box to try that the coin is there, he places on the back of his hand, which supports a few centimeters over the table. He gives a flick on the box, the coin crosses the box and falls down on the table. The box is opened...

 

Christmas Card Monte

$32.00

Effect
The magician shows two jumbo sized cards, one with Rudolph the Reindeer the other with Santa. The magician hides Rudolph behind his back and asks the audience "Where's Santa?" The audience replies "Santa's in your other hand!" But to their surprise, the magician brings the card out from behind his back to show that...

 


One by Matthew Underhill

Get ready to be remembered by your spectators forever!

A card is signed back and front by the spectators. Two of the hearts are initialled. One initialled heart is then visually pulled across the face of the card until it rests side by side with the other. In a beautiful and artistic piece of magic created by...

 


Double Whammy - John Kennedy

$19.95

A spectator shakes three colored dice inside a coffee cup, then peeks inside and announces the total. Next he memorizes the number on one of the dice, then inverts the cup on the table with the dice underneath. Up until now no one else has seen the dice.

"You told me the total - do you think I can tell you the number you saw on...

 

Haunted Die - John Kennedy

$19.95

Six cards are removed from any deck, then a spectator freely selects one. You shuffle them and lay them down in a row. "Perhaps you're wondering why I'm using only six cards," you say.

Reach into your pocket and bring out a small cloth bag, explaining "The reason lies inside this small bag where I keep the Haunted Die."...

 

Multiplying Sponge Balls

$5.25

A single sponge ball turns into two balls, then three, then four. Comes with 4 sponge ballsand a gimmick. Not recommended for beginners.

 

Three Color Changing Floating Flower by JL Magic

$27.00

The magician presents a long stem red rose. They proceed to remove the red flower and a pink rose instantly appears. Again, the pink flower is removed to reveal a yellow rose! The yellow flower is removed, only no flower appears. Instead a black silk is produced from under the yellow rose. The yellow flower is restored to the stem and with...

 

Xerox Money - Ron Bauer

$10.00

From the man who believes that he can actually get something for nothing!

Has Xerox secretly invented paper that copies without a machine? And, is it so good that you can print your own money? It sure will look like it when you illustrate the consequences of crossing Technology with Petty Larceny and Unabashed Greed. This is a...

 

Audio Transposition by Daryl

$36.00

An amazing new twist on the idea of a magician vanishing something and making it appear somewhere else.

In Audio Transposition -
The rattling SOUND vanishes from the rattle.
The squeak SOUND vanishes from the squeeze toy.
But when you magically bring the sounds back the squeeze toy now rattles and the rattle squeaks!...

 

Bolted Aces

$12.00

Regaling your audience with stories of magic yore, you discuss the story of a competition among magicians: finding the Aces in a shuffled deck. One man in particular boasted to being the fastest, able to find the Aces using any deck. One young con man took him up on the challenge, presenting him with a deck that had been bolted together!...

 

CD Poker

$10.00

Looking for a different twist on mentalism and poker? Look no further! You always win!!!

You explain you have a new computer program that allows you to always win in a poker game using no computer at all. You then show a CD that has 10 printed face cards on one side with their backs on the other.

You hand the spectator five...

 

Dice Thru Mirror

$18.00

A wallet with a small opening on each side is shown. A small double-sided mirror with a ribbonattached and a die are passed out for examination. The mirror is placed into the wallet with only the ribbon exposed. The die is then placed into the opening on the wallet so it is resting on top of the mirror. The spectator is asked to hold onto...

 

Gypsy Thread

$27.00

Learn the real work behind one of the most popular tricks of all time - and one of the few close-up effects that is often used by grand illusionists in their full evening shows.
The Gypsy Thread is just as perfectly suited to a close-up show, television appearance or full illusion show. Thanks to advances in ultraviolet lighting, this...

 


Wonder Box 3X

WONDER BOX is a drawing card case that you've never seen before. Not only just the deck case's color change, but you can perform the transformation from a deck case to other items such as coins, ropes and so on. The limitation is only your imagination.

WONDER BOX is made from high quality wood and printed with a golden crown...

 


Newtons Nightmare

$15.00

A brilliant synthesis of sorcery and science, Newton's Nightmare must be seen to be believed!

From the mind of William J. Schmeelk comes this gravity-defying miracle. A brass weight is dropped through an aluminum tube. It rockets through, falling into the spectator's hand. So far, so good.

But, at the magician's...

 

Tell OClock

$10.00

A small box with sliding door is introduced. When the lid is slid down the face of a clock is seen inside. Spectator is asked to mentally select any hour between 1 and 12. After the selection has been made the spectator is instructed to rotate the hand to show the selected time and close the cover of the clock. This is done while the performers...

 

Jumping Jack Cash

$16.00

A dollar bill is shown trapped between two plastic sheets. The plastic pieces have been fastened with rubber bands and a padlock has been locked through a corner of the sheets and the bill. A spectator is asked to initial the bill through a hole in the top piece of plastic. Then the magician borrows another dollar bill and signs it....

 

Mathematical Genius by Vincenzo Di Fatta

$4.00

The magician shows the audience five different colored dice; on each of their faces a three digit number is printed. He hands them to a spectator asking him to throw the dice a few times on the table to be sure that, at every throw, different numbers come out. The spectator can stop throwing whenever he wants. After his final throw, he is...

 

Peg Leg Pete by Tim Stonefelt

$39.95

Tired of hobbling along on your same old magic tricks? Then it's time for Peg Leg Pete from Wonder Imagery.

Three pirates are shown guarding the treasure. One is due for a break so he waits back on the empty ship. Choose a first mate from the audience to serve as the third pirate guard. Before he can start his duty he must be...

 


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