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Spooky Match Box

$1.50

Magician holds a closed match box by the sides. On command the drawer rises out of the box.

 

Spring Wand

$9.00

The Spring Wand is a comedy prop similar to a Breakaway Wand but is more versatile and can be used for other comedy effects.

Made from a 17" long, strong spring with plastic tips screwed on at the ends.

When held in the middle it is rigid and can be waved as a normal wand, but when held at the tips it wobbles around...

 

Sputnik Ball

$12.50

Show a clear acrylic cylinder, with three balls in it, ( two yellow balls, with a red ball in the middle). Both yellow balls are dropped into the clear cylinder, which is covered with another silver cylinder just big enough to fit around the crystal one. The red ball is genuinely placed in the performer's pocket. With a magic pass the...

 

Squaring The Circle

$5.00

Begin by showing a large round metal ring.

With a few magic gestures it VISIBLY changes to a SQUARE!

This looks amazing and is totally self-contained.


 


Stack Of Halves - Silver

A classic effect made to perfection. A stack of coins are stacked on the back of a spectator's hand and covered with a simulated leather cone. The cone is lifted revealing a stack of PENNIES! Each stack is carefully assembled by hand. Complete with cone and intructions.

 


Stampede System

$45.00

A new twist on a genuine classic of magic "The Ash Trick," has been performed regularly for many years by magicians all over the world.

This new system, replaces the ashes, with clearly stamped images. This system allows for specific images to be stamped on the spectators palm at will. The system includes five custom images...

 


Star Himber Wallet

Imagine a wallet that allows you to have a selected card signed and with NO SLEIGHT OF HAND, it vanishes from the pack and appears inside the zippered compartment of your hippocket wallet! In fact, you can even have the wallet laying on the table in FULL VIEW! This is a pro-level effect! Imagine doing this and many other reputation making...

 


Stars

$9.25

Four cards are shown to each have a large star on the front and back. One of them then magically changes to a card covered with many stars! The remaining three cards then also change to cards with red stripes, and when the four are put together they form an American flag!



 

Static Charge

$10.00

A card is turned face up and placed back on the pack. Suddenly the card starts floating out towards the audience away from the deck. It just looks like it is FLOATING in space, but its just the static-charge! The cards then slowly floats back onto the deck. NO Threads!


 

Sticky Situation

$13.75

Just as you approach your audience, you realize you're chewing gum. As you apologize for the "social faux pas," you remove the gum from your mouth and search in vain for a place to put it.

Since nothing is handy, you'll have to resort to magic. With a wave, the gum visibly transforms back into a brand-new dry stick...

 

Stone Purse

$23.00

The Magician presents the spectators with a small leather purse in the palm of his left hand. He opens the purse to show that it contains a few coins. The Magician removes the coins and places them into a spectator's hands. He then turns his left hand over, palm-side down, and with the flick of his wrist, he drops the purse onto the...

 

Stop Trick

$45.00

Long off the market, the Val Evans STOP TRICK has been considered one of the classics in card-control effects.

Made by Viking in select hardwood with brass accents to compliment any discriminating program.

A standard deck of playing cards, a length of ribbon and a simple wooden houlette are displayed. Two cards...

 

Strangers Gallery

$13.95

From a blue-backed deck, the performer removes three face-down cards from three diffrent places. A fourth card is selected. Each of the three inital cards are shown to match the selected card exactly. The performer remarks that the only way the trick would bepossible is if the four cards came from from four different decks. Accordingly,...

 

Super Frog

$20.00

From Samuel Patrick Smith ... Slide a picture of SUPER FROG wearing his bright red cape into an envelope and hand it to a helper. A second helper holds an empty envelope. Say the magicwords and SUPER FROG will jump from one envelope to the other -- or will he? When the cardis removed from the first envelope SUPER FROG is gone, a cut out...

 

Super Man

$36.00

The Magician asks a spectator to remove a quarter from their pocket and sign it. The Magician then takes the coin, holding it in full view and begins to rub the coin between his fingertips. The coin begins to bend. The signed bent coin is immediately given to the specctator as a souvenir.


 

Super Production Flowers

$7.00

The performer walks on to the stage. His hands are clearly empty. The hands are brought together and when openedthere is a large bouquet of spring flowers.

These Spring Flowers are made of mylar and are much more flexible and better lasting than normal flowers. When folded they occupy very nominal place, yet when produced they...

 

Super Sharpie

$40.00

Imagine asking a spectator to think of any number. You write a prediction on the back of your business card. When they say their number, you turn over your card and it matches. Every time! Does magic get any more direct than this?

Now you can predict a spectator's freely thought of name, number, date, age - even the amount of...

 

Swan Lake Rope

$12.00

For years, Jeff Sheridan made his living -- and his name -- as New York City's most recognizable and skilled street performer. It earned him a substantial write-up and photo in The World's Greatest Magicians text, side by side with Blackstone, Siegfried and Roy, Copperfield, and Henning. And the centerpiece of his street act, his...

 

Switch Card

$19.00

After forcing a card on a spectator you remove a jumbo (4 x 6) card from an envelope. You show the card and ask if this was their selected card. It won't match but you explain it is a "Switch Card". Turn the card so the back faces the audience and they see a light switch attachedto the card. Ask them to name their card and when they...

 

Symbologic

$9.00

An Incredible Demonstration of Psychic ConnectionYou display two sets of ESP cards. Both sets contain the five classic ESP symbols-a circle, cross, three wavy lines, square and a star.

You and the spectator mix the cards completely and you correctly predict what card the spectator will place down first. This is repeated...

 

TV Card Frame

$37.00

A card is selected and shuffled back into the deck. The performer displays a wooden frame withw ith two sheets of glass rubber banded together. The pack of cards is tossed at the frame and instantly the selected card appears BETWEEN the sheets of glass.

 

Tape Measure Watch

$9.00

A great site gag for clowns or magicians. Wear it like a regular watch. When you need a laugh just pull out the tape measure and say "It's five inches past two". A click of the button, and as the tape flies back you can say, "My, how time flies!" Measures in both inches and centimeters.

 

Tea Kettle

$39.00

From this 1 quart metal tea pot you pour up to 20 drinks. Each one is a DIFFERENT color! You then remove the lid from the pot and remove silks and streamers. The colored drinks are poured back in the kettle. You pour from the kettle again and this time only clear water comes out. Originated by U.F. Grant silks not included ...

 

Telavision

$2.50

A large die with a different color spot on each side is shown. A spectator is asked to place the die inside a solid box and remember which color is facing up. He is then asked to place the lid on the box. This is all done with the performers back turned. The magician then takes the box behind his back for a moment and when it brings it...

 

Temptation

$13.75

Of the hundreds of people on whom Gordon Bean field-tested his new effect, Temptation, a particularly notable spectator was one Greg Simko, C.E.O. of the U.S. Playing Card Co. One evening, Mr. Simko was at The Magic Castle to discuss a custom deck being made for the film Shade, and when asked to perform an effect for him, Gordon brought...

 


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