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Nicotine

$32.00

The magician borrows a bill from a spectator who signs it for later identification. He puts the bill in an envelope and takes a cigarette box out from his pocket. He asks the spectator to choose a cigarette from the box, writes the spectators initials on it, and puts it into the envelope as well, which he then seals. The magician then uses...

 

Nite Club Dove Vanish

$64.00

A pair of doves, a small rabbit, or other livestock is placed in this handsomely decorated box.

The box is taken apart piece by piece to show the livestock has completely vanished. They think it's in the base, so you fold this flat - the bird is really gone.

Made from plywood, attractively painted, this makes a big...

 

Nomen Omen

$13.95

The Camirand Academy considers this brainchild of Montrealís hot new magic star to be very, very, very clever. Itís an easy, professional, inspired version of the classic name deck!

A deck is introduced with the name of a person written on the back of every card. Two predictions are handed out, whereupon the magician accurately divines...

 

Number 2 Pencil

$15.00

The No 2 Pencil has been featured on national TV. It'sfunny and a great natural prop to carry around with you. It's always ready to go and resets instantly! As you can see from the images, the No 2 Pencil is a visually striking animation from start to finish as the 'No 2' symbol on a pencil disappears, reappears, and then...

 

Number Mystery Outdone

$2.00

An improved version of a classic trick.

The spectator is shown six cards. Unlike older versions of this trick, BOTH SIDES of the cards are freely displayed.

Using the cards and a the magician's superior mental ability, it is a simple matter to tell the spectator their age, how much change they have in their...

 

Nutty Nut

$5.50

A metal nut is threaded on a large metal bolt and dropped into a tube.

The tube is given a shake. Next you open the tube and dump out the contents.
Mysteriously, the nut is no longer threaded on the bolt!

Everything can then be completely examined.

 

Oddball

$2.00

The magician shows his spectators a solid wooden ball, a clear plastic case and two cords. The cords are threaded through a hole in the ball, which is placed inside of the case. The cords are then threaded through holes in the sides of the case. The magician then ties the spectator's finger to the case with the cords.

The spectator...

 

Okito Coin Box Routines, Bey

$4.50

This 53 page book has lots of great routines plus handling tips on the Okitio Coin Box.Copyrighted in 1963 this book has long been regarded as one of the best guides to coin boxwork.

 

Okito Coin Box

$16.00

This is the classic, the forerunner to all coin boxes. Simple in design and appearance, made from solid brass and perfectly weighted. Coins appear, disappear and penetrate thru the box. Al of the now famous effects are possible with this gem and no magician should be without anOkito Coin Box. Routine included.

 

Okito Voodoo Doll

$9.00

Magician shows a realistic looking voodoo doll. It is placed in the spectators hand to look at. It is just a little straw doll. When the magician lays the doll in his palm, it suddenly comes to life rising like a mummy out of a casket and stands up straight! Spectators will believe that an invisible force is making it rise up and down....

 

Omni Insta Lite

$18.00

This is one of the most reliable gimmicks for producing a lit match that you will ever use. It takes only a second to change the striking paper. The special design is so slick and thin that it can be hidden anywhere. It is coated with black rubber (not painted). Try it. This utility device is used by pros around the world.

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One Card Monte

$12.50

What is One Card Monte? Unlike 3-Card Monte, the famous con game, One Card Monte is not a game of deft skill. Unlike 2-Card Monte, this specially printed card makes the effect simple to handle (you?re holding half a card in your hand), and amazing to watch (the spectator retains an unprepared half of a card throughout), incorporating a...

 

PSI Mind Deck

$15.00

You give an envelope to a spectator with a prediction. You then show a deck of white cards with printed shapes (all different). You shuffle them very well and also give them to a spectator to shuffle. Then you wrap the cards with a rubber band and while the spectator is on the other side of the room you ask him to lift up any cards and...

 

PSIMOBL

$15.00

You show forty white cards with different shapes printed on them, shuffle and place them face down on the table. You ask a spectator to cut off a small packet of the deck, look at the shape he cut and remember it. Next, ask him to shuffle the packet. Then ask another spectator to take the balance of the deck from the table and place it...

 

Pagoda Box - Powell

$150.00

The "Pagoda Box" is an Asian Influenced version of the Delta Ring Box. Same great quality, but with additional decorative wood features. High Gloss Finish. This is a true work of art you will be proud to add to your magic collection.


 

Pancho The Pickin Duck

$16.00

A delightfully and updated version of the classic "Card Duck," or "Gwendolyn, this specially made puppet in brightly colored quality card can reveal any number of chosen cards.

Two spectators each select a card and return it to the pack. The deck is then placed in Pancho's beak. Pancho then tossesout all the cards...

 

Papa Rabbit Hits The Big Time - Daryl

$13.95

The fun begins when a sponge rabbit and a little bird are magically produced. A clean and baffling transposition is followed by a hilarious comedy of errors expose. Mama and Papa rabbits then appear and disappear in the hands of both the magician and the spectator. For an unforgettable finish, a handful of baby bunnies magically appear...

 

Patriotic Ropes

$2.00

Performer shows three short lengths of rope, colored red, white and blue. The ropes are tied together into a long length and coiled around the performer's hand. When the knotted ropes are opened out again, they have magically blended into one long rope of red, white, and blue. The knots have completely vanished.

 

Pen Thru Tongue

$10.00

Imagine taking a pen and pushing it right thru your tongue. This will freak out your audience. This is visual magic at it's best.


 

Pena Coin

$2.50

You show a glass with a piece of rubber sealing the mouth. The rubber is fastened with a rubberband so nothing can get in or out. On top of the piece of rubber are two coins. A spectator chooses one of the coins. The other coin isremoved and the spectator is instructed to push down on the remaining coin with their finger. Amazingly the coin...

 

Perfect Pen

$36.00

A pen is pushed right through a borrowed bill. The pen is removed and the bill is totally restored. With the "Perfect Pen" only one pen is used.It is examinable before and after the effect. Nothing is added or taken away.

 

Perky Penny

$3.50

The ultimate transposition!

A penny and a washer are displayed. The penny is placed in a small black box. The washer goes into the magician's pocket. After opening and closing the box, the penny and washer are shown to have exchanged places.

A clever principle does all the work for you. The penny and washer can exchange...

 

Phantom Deck

$45.00

The Ultimate Version of the Classic Haunted Deck
Two cards are freely selected from a borrowed pack of cards. The two cards are then pushed back into the deck at two different places. The magician places the deck on the palm of his hand. Waving his other hand above the deck, the cards begin to move back and forth,...

 

Phantom Of The Wallet

$27.50

A spectator selects a card, signs his name on it, after which the card is lost back in the deck. He is shown two blank cards. These, you state, are special printing plates that only spirits can write upon. The printing plates are placed inside the leather wallet. After a moment, the spectator removes the plates from the wallet and is amazed...

 

Picture This

$12.50

A card is chosen, and returned to the deck, then the deck is put aside. The magician introduces a small stack of color photos, on top of which is a picture of a child dressed in a full magicianís garb, with a top hat that is clearly too large for his head, and he is holding a fan of cards. The photo is then initaled on the face by a spectator,...

 


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