Two coins are shown - a half dollar and an English penny. The magician takes the half dollar and puts it in his pocket. When he open his hand, both coins are in his palm again. Then, he repeats the action taking the English penny and putting it in his pocket but when he opens his hand - both coins are there again....
All your friends will be envious when the see this beauty! A Morgan Dollar Expanded Shell. Exceptional in every detail.
You’ll never be unprepared for magic again!
Tag-O-Magic is a custom designed and specially die cut key tag that attaches to your normal key chain and allows for amazing and ever present magic under any circumstances!
Imagine this….you openly break a plastic tag off your everyday key chain. The spectator hears...
Each piece is the size of a half bill. There are 10 pieces per pack. Denominations may vary.
These look authentic!
Franklin halves were minted from 1948 to 1963. The coins are 90% silver. Many magicians prefer using Franklins because when polished they have a very brilliant shine.
The price shown is for 1 coin
One of the funniest rope routines you will ever see! Magician notices a small piece of rope hanging from his coat sleeve. He pulls it out and it doesn't seem to end. After there's about 40 feet of rope on the floor it seems to be stuck on something. He reaches up his trouser leg and find the other end. He starts pulling again until...
The most straight and direct card sandwich effect using two blank face cards.
Show two blank cards, and place a rubber band around them. Have a spectator select any card in the deck and sign the card. The card is lost in the deck.
Place the block of two cards still wrapped by the rubber band on top of the deck. Remove...
A sponge ball is handed out for examination and made to vanish a few times. On the last vanishit transforms into a 5 inch Rabbit!
If you have an Expanded Peace Dollar Shell then you'll need these to perform your favorite routines.
Two cylinders are shown empty and then used to cover a liqueur bottle and glass. Upon command of the magician the bottle and glass change places. As a finale a second bottle is produced from under a cylinder. Made from spunaluminum to last for years.
Two specators are called to assist in this effect. First you show two wooden boxes. One is shaped like a heart andthe other is shaped like an oval. A ring or coin is borrowed and placed inside one of the boxes. Let's say the spectator places the ring in the heart shaped box. The box is then placed in a cloth bag and held by a spectator....
Simple and straight forward. Magician pokes a silk into his fist and when he opens his hand there's as egg! The silk has vansihed. Easy to do! Comes complete with silk.
The magician shows a 50 c. coin and 2 euro coin in his left hand. He closes both hands and when he opens his hands, he finds only a 50 c. coin. The 2 euro coin has traveled to the other hand.
A small wooden box and three brightly colored crocheted balls are handed out for examination.The balls are placed on top of the box and a spectator is asked to pick up one of the balls (no force) then replace it on top of the box. This is done while the magicians back is turned. The spectator is then given all three balls and asked to place...
Two blue 18 inch silks are tied together. Magician vanishes a red silk but when the blue silks are shown again the red silk is now tied between the two blues! There are many methods to vanish the red silk. The Change Bag is an excellent utility device that can be used for this purpose.
The ultimate in rice bowl effects... The professional's choice! Rice is openly poured into an empty aluminum bowl which is covered for a moment with another empty bowl. Suddenly, the rice doubles in quantity! In another instant the rice changes into water and is poured from bowl to bowl.
If you are looking for magic that leaves a strong impact with the greatest of ease, look no further.
Imagine having the ability to change the properties of an unopened beverage. Imagine taking almost any small object and instantly penetrate it into a 100% completely sealed bottle of water that has been held by the spectator. Or imagine...
3 business cards are removed from a small leather holder.
The cards are laid out in a row.
Spectator puts their PHONE on ANY of the 3 business cards.
Next they place their KEYS on either of the 2 remaining business cards.
The last card goes back inside the wallet.
As clean as it gets, the spectator...
Make a bet that gives you very bad odds, only 20% chance you'll win!
Place a large bill into a walle and have a spectator lock it in with a padlock.
Show 5 keys and explain that only 1 of these keys will open the lock. They can win the money if they open the lock. Mix the keys up and have them freely selected by...
Have one or more cards freely selected and shuffled back into the deck. Place the deck inside the chest. At your command the lid on top of the chest opens. The selected cards rise out one at a time. Self-Contained.
Painted finish with a spider design.
You begin by laying a blue backed prediction card face down on the table. Then you display both the front and back of a red deck. With the help of a spectator, the magic begins. You ask the spectator to give a number of their own choosing. They now use that number to select a card. The remainder of the deck is placed off to the side and...
These coins are real silver Kennedy halves from 1964. Great condition!
An almost automatic version of the 3 Card Monte effect, where the spectator can never find the queen among three cards. This version has three special giant cards (6" x 9" in size), thereby implying to the audience that no sleights are involved. Suitable for stage or platform use.
A classic novelty/magic/puzzle item, now made better than ever in pure leather!
The interior of the Magic Wallet has a elastic bands crossed on one side in an "X" formation and two running parallel to each other on the other side (see above). An item placed securely under the "X" ends up under the parallel elastics and vise...
What’s so great about the latest version of TeleThought? Glad you asked! Here’s the word direct from Chris Kenworthey….
“Telethought II has just as many applications as its predecessor, the “Telethought Wallet.” The performance should be cleaner since the gimmick is now on the inside of the wallet and more importantly...