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Grants storehouse of material! Like ten books in one! Contents include 25 Tricks and Ideas, 20 Tricks With a Short Card, Card in Envelope, Rising Floating Silk, Two Other Cigarette Routines, 25 Tricks and Ideas Part II, Five Super Card Mysteries, Thimbl
Learn how to operate a D’Lite like a professional magician. D’Lite is one of the best-selling magic tricks from the basic operation of a D’Lite to advanced handlings. Routines using one and two D’Lites are taught, as are two “medley” performances--one f
João Miranda and Julio Montoro released the original Rejoined back in 2016, and it was a best seller with over 5000 units sold worldwide. Now introducing its "brother," Rejoined Express, a visual and original restored effect
Caleb Wiles is a creative force in card magic. Known for his diabolical methods and engaging presentations, Caleb's magic is defined by efficient methods. With a minimum of sleights, these tricks achieve maximum impact. This two-
You show a blindfold that can be inspected by the audience. It is made of solid chromed metal. A cloth bag is placed over your head, and on top of this, you ask the audience to put the blindfold over your eyes so you definitely cannot see
SNITCH is a super-fast, no-palming Signed Card to Envelope effect! Perfect for the beginner, a worker for the pro. Effect: A card is freely selected and signed by the spectator. All the cards are placed back in the box, a
Add new flare to your Chop Cup routine with Chop Cup Cherries. If you do the chop cup in a restaurant or bar, you HAVE to have these! They're made from durable plastic that is easy to clean. Imagine the clear display as
The Ultimate Card Warp! Easy To Do! Special Cards Included! Card Warp is one of the all-time classics of card magic. In essence, a card turns inside-out - half face, half back. Normally, the card is torn in half and left for the