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Kellar Levitation

$10.00

Measures 19 x 29 inches

 

Kickback

$13.75

The magician starts by placing the two red Aces off to the side. Two spectators then each select a card and replace them back in the deck. The magician inserts the Aces face-up into the pack, then immediately spreads the deck to reveal two cards between the face-up Aces! The spectators themselves remove these "sandwiched" cards and they...

 

Killer

$18.00

A chosen card is placed into a small envelope. The envelope is slightly smaller than the card so that the top of the card remains visible at all times. Magician then takes a knife and pushesit completely through the envelope. The knife is removed and the card is shown unharmed! Knife not included.


 

Kineti-Key Jr

$35.00

This is a marvelous creation from the fertile minds of Jim Swoger, Jay Leslie and George Robinson. A golden skeleton key (24K gold plated!) is displayed at the fingertips. The bit or tang at the end of the key is caused to move around the shaft of the key. Then the bit is slid the length of the key towards the bow or handle, where it remains...

 

Knot A Chance

$27.00

The magician displays three ropes in his closed fist, offering a cash prize to the spectator that can select the rope with a secret marking on it. Despite his best efforts, the spectator's two selections are NEVER correct. The specetator pulls two ropes from the magicians fist, and neither has the secret mark.

Offering to show...

 

Know Fuling

$5.50

Specially designed for the bar room audience, this little packet trick is incredibly east toperform, but can still get an incredible response! Complete with the name of the chosencard written in Chinese and an extra special lady who appears at the surprise ending,this effect is bound to become a favorite in every pub! This voluptuous lady,...

 

Lethal Tender

$20.00

Lethal Tender is a set of coins (half dollar and Chinese coin) with a playing card in a neat plastic case. With these items, fantastic transformations take place. The card is waived over the half dollar andit instantly changes to a Chinese coin! But that's just one surprising effect... several other "shockers" are described by Steve...

 

Lets Start Over

$9.50

A plain white paddle is shown. With a Dry Erase marker the magician draws three lines on each side of the paddle. He then erases one line on one side and magically the corresponding line on the other side also vanishes. As the magicians says "Let's Start Over" all three lines are back on the paddle.Next, two lines are erased....

 

Linking Rubberbands

$18.00

Close-up Master Henry Evans strikes again with this clever effect that happens right in the spectator's hand! Several rubber bands are dropped into hand of the spectator. The spectator is instructed to close their hand and in an instant the magician has the spectator open the hand to show that all the bands are now linked in a continous...

 

Liquid Suspension Tube

$11.95

The performer displays an empty cylinder, a clear glass & another glass full of liquid.
The liquid is poured into the cylinder but magically it doesn't fall out of the empty tube.
A handkerchief or silk is now past through the cylinder to prove it's empty.
Finally the clear glass is passed through the cylinder and emerges...

 

Locked Deck

$11.50

A deck with a hole drilled all the way thru the pack is shown. As the magician riffles thru the pack the spectator is asked to call "STOP" at any time they like. They are asked to remember the chosen card and are immediately handed the deck to hold. The magician then inserts a padlock through the hole to lock all the cards together....

 

Lone Stranger

$13.75

If it were any more direct, it would be real mindreading!

You show a deck of cards completely, front and back. You also show the "Lone Stranger"...a single card, with a different colored back from the deck. The cards are shuffled and openly spread on the table, allowing a spectator to select any card. When the spectator's card...

 

Long Card

$2.75

A playing card is chosen and shown to the audience. The magician explains that he has a duplicate of the same card in his pocket. He starts to pull the card from his pocket but it appears to be the wrong one! However, as he continues to remove the cards, it seems to grow in length, proving to be the correct card after all. The Long Card...

 

Magic Tie

$27.00

Imagine having complete control over your necktie as it levitates, lowers, and animates at your command. With absolutely no apparent movement of your body, you can cause any necktie to move up and down magically. Seeing it will delight and surprise people around you...it grabs their attention! They will laugh and ask, Hey, how do you...

 

Magicians Matchbox

$24.00

Has anyone ever asked you to produce a rabbit on the spot? Now you can!
You show a small matchbox. One side of the box has a drawing of a giftbox. The giftbox is closed and sealed with a ribbon.You remove a match from the matchbox and wave it like a magic wand. Suddenly, a small rabbit figurine appears on top of the matchbox!
You...

 

Malini Style Egg Bag

$9.00

An egg vanishes and is re-produced from examined empty bag.

Black Soft Rugged Loose Material
Invisible Pocket! Stick their Hand Inside! Instructions Included!

 

Master Key

$4.00

A borrowed ring is placed over a brass skeleton key. It is impossible for the spectator to remove the key because both ends of the key are wider than the diameter of the ring. They won't figure out you even got the ring on in the first place, but you can just as easily take it off.

 

Match To Flower

$10.00

Light a match and then blow in out. Instantly the match has turned into a flower. The floweris made of silk and the gimmick is made of metal to last a lifetime.

 

Maxi Twisto

$9.00

In effect, the performer shows four Aces. The Ace of Spades the master Ace is openly turned face down. Now, one by one, after the packet is twisted,� the other three Aces turn face down. When the cards are dealt face up, there are now five cards a Royal Flush!





 

McAbee Rings

$47.50

In this classic routine three gleaming bracelets are linked and unlinked according to your will, even while being held by a spectator! At the end of the routine the rings are handed to the audience for close examination.

Many hours of thought and preparation have gone into the routine plus hundreds of actual performances to test...

 

McCombical Predicition

$10.50

Magician selects a prediction card from a deck and lays it aside. From a different deck magician holds cards up one at a time and asks a spectator to stop at any point. The audience can see that every card matches the prediction, except for the spectator who is seated behind the performer.Once the spectator makes a selection he is asked...

 

Meltdown

$15.00

A spectator selects a card from a shuffled deck. Free choice. No force. Remove two cards from the card box and explain that these two cards have been treated with special chemicals that can "actually melt and dissolve other playing cards!"Show all three cards on both sides. They appear to be regular Bicycle poker-size cards.Take the two...

 

Mental Hit

$30.00

The magician presents a CD insert which contains different pictures and song titles from pop artists. A volunteer is invited on stage and asked to choose one of the pop performers, and to think of one of the artist's hits. The magician then instructs the volunteer to remove a CD from a prediction envelope, which has been in full view...

 

Mental Prediction Board

$5.00

Three examples of mind reading in one!

The magician shows a board with six spaces for writing. He writes down a prediction and covers it up. A spectator writestheir response underneath the performers prediction. This is done 3 times. At the end the predictions are uncovered and they match exactly what the spectators had wrote.

...

 

Mental Yarn

$12.00

A mental miracle suitable for stage, close-up, and even the phone or internet!

The magician asks a spectator to think of an object from a printed list. The selection process is extremely fair. Yet, even before the spectator makes her selection, the magician knows what object she is destined to pick! This is thought reading...

 


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