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An amazing compilation of illusions in one huge book! Plastic spiral bound, 8 1/2" x 11", 177 pages, and protective clear acetate cover. A great collection of magical illusions--most with complete and detailed workshop plans. Abbott’s book, “ILLUSIONS!
Two empty matchboxes are shown. The drawers are pushed out onto the table and may be passed for examination. The covers are shown freely. When you try to push one drawer in its cover, the second drawer pops out of the other cover. Separate the boxes b
Blur the Spectator's Vision and Limit his Focus on the Cards you want him to see! Rubiales' idea makes this deck very versatile to use, great for Close-Up as well as for Stage. The method is so ingenious; you won't believe it! As alwa
You surely have seen forced selections, but have you ever seen three things that you can force? Such an item would really take forcing to another level, and Himitsu Magic has really done it! For the audience, it is enough to predict
Welcome to Flash Gum, a creation of João Miranda and Julio Montoro. This is a visual trick that will leave your spectators totally speechless. In this effect, three cards are chosen and lost in the deck. After a magical pass,
SIX MORE STAND-UP EFFECTS FROM MARTIN LEWIS! In the third volume of his Making Magic series, Martin presents strong, audience-tested material from his parlor act. He shows you, in a step-by-step hands-on guide, how to make the props
Danny Orleans' new book is destined to become the modern-day guide to performing magic for children. Combining his classroom experience as a preschool and kindergarten teacher with over 40 years of performing magic for children in
The Quarter Shift is like no other coin available. With it, you actually bend the coin right in front of your spectator. The coin bends VISUALLY, and never leaves the sight of your spectator during the bend! Once bent, you can drop the coi