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20th Century Silk Cabinet

$30.00 3 Silks are seen going through a plastic cabinet.
1 Silk is removed and VANISHED.
When the 2 remaing silks are pulled from the cabinet, the VANISHED silk appears TIED between them.

cabinet size: 7 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 1

Silks included
VERY EASY to do
 

Bubbly Baby Aces

$20.00

The performer places the four Aces from a miniature deck into four different places in the deck which is then placed in a long stem Crystal Wine Glass. A handkerchief is passed over the glass, and one of the Aces is seen to have "floated" to the face of the deck. The Ace is replaced into the deck. This is repeated thrice, and the other...

 

Folding Pocket Comb

$1.50


Looks like a dangerous weapon but it springs open into an innocent pocket knife.

 


Gazzo Tossed Out Deck

You wrap the deck in rubber bands and throw it out to a punter in the audience.

As your back is turned, you instruct him to open the deck anywhere he likes and remember one of the cards.

In turn you instruct him to throw the deck to anybody in the audience. That person is instructed to do the same thing. This is done to...

 


Golf Ball and Silk Vase

$7.50

A vase is opened, and a white handkerchief removed from inside. The handkerchief is magically "rolled" into a solid ball. The ball is placed in your pocket, and reappears inside the vase. The vase is tapped, and the ball magically penetrates right through the vase. Finally the ball vanishes, and the original silk is found again in the vase....

 

Hot Wallet

$32.00

Open this leather billfold and flames shoot out! You can even pull out money after the flames die down. Looks like a regular wallet. Crafted from fine leather.


 

Reversible by Mathieu Bich

$18.00

Reversible is a very visual card trick based on the classic "Reset" Plot

Effect: Four Kings Four Aces. The Kings are placed face-up in the spectator's hand. The Aces are held face-down in your hand. The two groups of cards barely touch each other: They transpose in full view. Instantly.

Easy to do - Instantly...

 

Silent Running by Ben Harris

$39.95

POSSIBLY THE MOST AMAZING "THINK OF A CARD" METHOD IN YEARS!

"If you are seeking the holy grail of truly prop-less mentalism then you NEED to get this routine. Ben's thinking has always been unique and here he excels himself!"
- Marc Paul (UK)

WHAT IS SILENT RUNNING? SILENT RUNNING is a "Think...

 

Thumbcuffs

$12.00

These cuffs are NOT gimmicked. The escape is accomplished by a very subtle principle and easy to do when you know the secret. Comes with a set of keys, carrying case, and instructions.

 


Rabbit Pan by bazar de magia

The magician displays a large (11.5-inches round) aluminum pan and opens it, showing the inside empty. He places the lid back on, snaps his fingers and when he removes the lid again, a live rabbit (or any other object which fits inside) appears!

High-quality spun aluminum with a quick-action release, wooden handle and air hole...

 


Silver Copper Brass Trasnposition 64 Kennedy

$85.00

A half dollar is placed in one hand while the other holds a Chinese coin and a copper Mexican coin. Slowly close your hand over these two coins and instantly they become the silver half dollar. The foreign coins have jumped to your Other hand. A series of transpositions follows and at the finish, all the coins are left for examination....

 


Juggling Balls - Higgins Brothers

prices are for 1 ball

2 inch - These small juggling balls are great for small hands. If you are looking for balls for someone under the age of 13, then these are for you. Also perfect for juggling large numbers of balls.

2.5 inch - This juggling ball is BY FAR OUR MOST POPULAR...

 


Interlace, Richard Sanders

$72.00

The most incredible Ring Flight ever devised!

A borrowed ring vanishes from your fingertips. The spectator looks down at your feet and tied to the loop of your shoelace, is the borrowed ring! No Switches, no duplicate rings and it's immediately repeatable!

You will learn how to cause any borrowed ring to...

 


Pyramid Production

Four red panels are shown. They are flipped over showing the reverse sides are blue.
The panels are closed forming a pyramid.
The performer reaches inside the pyramid and produces silks, flowers, etc... (Not included)
Very deceptive.

The Small pyramid is 4 inches tall and 8 inches long at the base
...

 




Rainbow Jokers by Astor

Four face up blue backed jokers turn over in a surprising manner, turn face up again, but now each joker has a different colored back. As a finale all the jokers have blue backs again.

 


Crystal Gazing

$180.00

The audience is invited to concentrate on a freely selected jumbo card. An onstage spectator who was not privvy to the selection, "divines" it's name by gazing into a crystal ball. The apparatus is handcrafted to Martin's strict specifications.






 

Killer Cut by John Kaplan

$27.50

One handkerchief. One newspaper. One cut.

They saw it happen. Or did they?

Your spectators will be doubling their own senses after they witness this diabolically devastating double restoration.

Here's what your spectators see...

  • You openly show a silk handkerchief and a sheet of newspaper....

 

Metamorphose by Mickael Chatelain

$34.00

Don't blink...you really will miss it!

A spectator selects a card from the pack and, taking care that no one sees the face, places it face-down on the table. The performer removes a felt-tip pen, takes out another random card from the pack and draws a small sketch on the back. The moment of truth has come...the spectator...

 

Newsworthy Tear - Tenyo

$26.00

The beloved torn and restored newspaper is now much easier to prepare and perform, with Tenyo's latest version of this classic. We are releasing a brand-new gimmick that does not require scissors and glue to prepare, yet still provides a flash restoration. You will be able to quickly set up the newspaper with that day's edition,...

 

Digital Deception by Marc Oberon

$45.00

You remove a key and ring from your pocket and explain that your audience will create a three digit number. You ask several people to name a single digit number and these are put together to create a random three digit number.

Amazingly, the number named exactly matches the number digitally printed on the key ring!

...

 

Out of Pocket by Rodger Lovins

$18.00

The performer pulls his pants pocket inside out. He tells the spectators that, when he was young, his mother would sew his pockets with invisible thread. He pretends to thread a needle and sew his pocket. As he does this, the pocket is seen to rise up without any visible means whatsoever! You must see this one! Full routine and instructions...

 

Perfect Power by Johnny Wong - Half Dollar

$99.00

This Perfect Power 3 is the latest coin gimmick from Johnny Wong in 2010.

Everyone would consider it to be a normal half dollar if they see from any possible angles.
But it will soon divide into two coins once being held in the performer's hands, and then again there will be 3 coins.
Just in a split of a second it is all...

 

Squished by Ben Williams

$7.30

Squished is the newest release from close up magician and creator Ben Williams.

How would you like to be able to borrow a penny and inches from their faces squash and stretch the coin into an impossible magical souvenir?

Everybody has seen the machines where you insert a penny and then pay your fifty pence or quarter and...

 

Fearsons Fantastic Floatation

$99.00

Here's a brief description of this fabulous effect: Anytime during your act, you remove your jacket and suddenly you begin to float freely above it with your entire body in view! This is the self levitation you've been looking for! You float up and down and then walk away!

  • Stage or close-up!
  • Indoors or out!
  • ...

 

Outta-Sight by Devin Knight

$18.00

This was one of the most talked about effects from Devin Knight's recent lecture tour. A different handling for the tossed-out deck that fooled many magicians.

What makes this version different? The deck is examined and shuffled by a spectator before the effect begins. The cards are freely shown to be different(no glued together...

 


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