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Coca Cola Bottle Vanish : 
The magician shows a bottle full of Coca Cola. Next a small tube is shown empty. The height of the latter is half of the bottle. The bottle is covered with this. Obviously half of the bottle remains visible. This part is now covered by a handkerchief. Suddenly the hanky is whipped away and the bottle is found to have vanished!

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Coin Dumper : 
Coin Dumper is a special gimmick with the aid of which you can get access to a stack of coins in your hand secretly. Actually the Coin Dumper holds about a dozen of coins and releases them altogether in your hand when you desire.

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Coin Pail : 
Magician shows a empty pail. Then he takes a coin from his pocket and drops it into the pail. After that he produces more coins from his empty hand and keeps it into the pail.

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Coin Production Hanky Deluxe
Magician displays a handkerchief. He picks up a clear glass tumbler and covers it with the handkerchief. He then grasps all four loose corners hanging below the bottom of the glass tightly, so the empty glass rests on his closed fist covered by the handkerchief from all sides. The performer then produces a silver coin from the air, shows it to the audience, and throws it into the air. Spectators hear a clinking inside the glass tumbler. Likewise the performer produces four coins, one by one, and tosses them into the air, catching them in the sealed tumbler. Magician then takes off the handkerchief and pours out the four coins from the glass. This is the bare bones of the effect.

 
 

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Coin through Table Wood
A wooden small table and four coins are shown. The table is placed on the working surface. The Magician then makes the four coins to pass through the table and land on the working surface below, one at a time.

 
 

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Collapsible Top Hat : 
The magician who prefers to perform with body load must love to possess one ‘Collapsible Top Hat’. In effect the magician catches a Top Hat from thin air. Practically the Collapsible Top Hat is not a trick itself. It is merely a production item. The Top Hat, in collapsed condition, looks like a flat hat without top. But when expanded it takes the right and rigid shape of a standard size Top Hat with no crisp any where.

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Color Appearing Cane S. S Blue
The basic effect is simple. A long shiny steel cane appears at the apparently empty hand of the magician. You can also change a silk, hanky or some ribbons to a cane.

 

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Color Appearing Cane S. S Red
The basic effect is simple. A long shiny steel cane appears at the apparently empty hand of the magician. You can also change a silk, hanky or some ribbons to a cane.

 
 

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Color Appearing Cane S. S Yellow
The basic effect is simple. A long shiny steel cane appears at the apparently empty hand of the magician. You can also change a silk, hanky or some ribbons to a cane.

 
 

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Color Changing Cards
There are three cards with a lady’s picture dressed in reds. Magician applies magic pass and in all the three pictures the color of the body’s dress change to blue. Magician gives magic pass again and this time all cards seen to have the lady’s dress color change to yellow.

 
 

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Color Changing CD
You show a plastic frame with slots cut on both sides of it and the spectators can see right through it. It looks quite empty. Three imitation plastic CDs are next shown. They are silvery and shiny in color. One is put in the frame and it is plainly visible through the slots on both sides. Yes, it is silvery in color on both sides. Suddenly and visibly it changes color and becomes blue. The next CD is likewise put in and it changes to green and the last one to bright red. All these happens quite visibly and automatically.

 
 

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Color Changing Flower on Wand
The Magician comes on stage holding a magic wand. A yellow colored flower is seen on tip of the magic wand. Suddenly the color of the flower changes to red.

 
 

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Color Changing Hexagon
The magician shows a white board in the shape of hexagon. He folds the board. When unfolds the color of the Hexagon has changed to magenta. He goes on folding the hexagon and opening repeatedly and variety of colors appear. Finally “THE END” written on the board is seen.

 

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Color Changing Vanishing Candle : 
It is a very good opening item. The performer enters in to the stage holding a white lighted candle in one hand and a red hanky in other hand. He covers the candle with the hanky. The flame of the candle is seen above the hanky. Suddenly he uncovers the candle. Oh! Presto! The candle has changed its color from white to red. Disposing the red hanky off the performer takes another hanky, blows the flame of the candle off and covers the candle with the hanky. Finally the erected hanky falls proving that the candle has totally vanished.

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Color Changing Vanishing Cane : 
A solid black Cane of about three feet in length held out stretched in the performer’s hands is seen. The Performer then wipes the cane with a green silk. Suddenly the black cane transforms into a green cane. The green cane is now wiped with a red silk. And the green cane transforms into a red cane. Finally the red cane vanishes visibly and instantly.

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Colour Changing Blooming Flower Dart :
In effect a Dart is produced from the apparently empty Production Apparatus. The Dart has leaves and a red Flower at its top. The Dart is thrown to the wooden floor and it stands erect just like a small plant. The spectators notice with a great surprise that the red flower has magically changed its color to yellow.

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Colour Changing Knot : 
Magician shows one rope to the spectators. Then he throws the color confetti on the rope and a color knot appears.

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Color Changing Pencil : 
Magician shows an empty Metal tube to the spectator. He pushes a pencil into the tube and closes the lid. The tube is handed over to the spectator. When the spectator opens the lid, it is found that the pencil has been vanished. Instead a small color pencil is found within the tube.

 

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Colour Changing Plumes Large :
The effect is very old but if properly presented, this is one of the unique mysteries of magic. The magician wraps a Red feather plume in an empty newspaper. Yet when the plume is taken out, is seen to changed to a plume of entirely different color! This is repeated with five more plumes. This is one of those items which becomes more mysterious with repetition.

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Colour Changing Plumes ( 3 In 1 ) :
The colors of three different colored plumes changes as the magician simply passes his hands over them.

 

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Colour Changing Ropes To Many Ropes :
Magician shows a small white rope to the spectator. Immediately he changes the said ropes to many ropes of multi ropes.

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Colour Changing Rope To Silk : 
You show a short piece of white rope. Are you spectator attentive? Well you test them. What is the colour of the rope? The answer is white. But wrong! It is red. Yes the rope is seen to be red. Wrong one again. You are holding a red silk hanky! (The colours may change on set to another).

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Colour Changing Wreaths : 
The magician shows three white wreaths and an empty paper bag. He puts a wreath in the latter and pushes a Red Silk through a hole in the bag. When the wreath is pulled out, it seen to have become red, matching the silk. This is repeated with the other two wreaths which transform into different colors. Now the three different colored wreaths are put inside the bag and all the three silks are pushed through the hole. When the wreaths are taken out, it is seen that nothing has happened. Suddenly, he throws the wreaths into the air where it instantly changes into a large tricolor wreath.

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Colour Choice :
A color freely selected by a spectator perfectly matches with the color predicted by the Magician.

 

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Colour Divination Rods : 
The performer divines correctly the name the colour of a rod, out of five dirrerent coloured rods, placed secretly within a tubular container and closed by the spectator.

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Colour Me A Hat : 
Magicians traditionally produce Rabbits from Top Hats, and Rabbits are traditionally white and Top Hasts are black, or that is the way it used to be. Today fashion demands a little more color, and even Top hats come in designer shades of black and red and blue and gold !
This is a nice and colorful routine for Kid show performers, with easy to carry pack flat props.
The performer displays a window envelope, with the picture of a Rabbit in an outline Top Hat, which has no colour. The spectators are invited to select a colour for the top Hat from a chart of different shades. When the picture is again displayed, the Top Hat is magically coloured in the selected colour, and the picture can be handed out for examination. And the selected Hat in the shade card has been magically replaced by a colourless outline one.

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Colour Vision Deluxe : 
The pocket trick falls and the group of classic. A cute looking dice, which has six different colours on six different sides, is shown. If the dice is placed inside its box and then the lid is closed, there is no way to see what the top colour is. A spectator is requested to mentally choose a colour and then to put the dice in the box with chosen colour on top.


 

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Combination Padlock
The performer introduces a combination Padlock. He emphasizes that the lock can not be opened by any random series of numbers. He then asks a volunteer to hand over his/her wedding ring. The Performer locks the wedding ring on the lock and spins the wheels to change the numbers. He then gives the lock to the volunteer to try to open the lock by setting any random numbers. Naturally the volunteer fails after several attempts. Finally the magician asks the volunteer to use the year of their marriage as the combination number of the lock. Oh! Presto! The lock opens.

 
 

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Comedy Hammer : 
Take the hammer in your left hand and secretly turn in 1800. Act as if you are about to hit a magical instrument with the hammer. But when you tilt it, the head automatically falls off. Act puzzled and put in the head and secretly turn it 1800. It is locked again and she can once again try to pull the head apart.

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Comedy Light Bulb :
An electrical bulb held by the Magician lights at his command.

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Comedy Panty Trick :
The performer displays two handkerchiefs and ties them together. He places the knotted handkerchiefs between a lady volunteer’s cupped hands, with the ends of the handkerchiefs hanging down. The performer states that if the ends of the handkerchiefs are pulled the knot will vanish. Two spectators are asked to make the knot vanish by pulling the two ends of the two handkerchiefs. As the ends of the handkerchiefs are pulled by the spectators, instead of vanishing of the knot, much to the amusement of the audience, a large panty appears tied between the handkerchiefs.

 

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Confetti Glass To Flower : 
This is the right flash effect which you have been looking for. A plastic clear glass full of confetti is shown from all sides. The performer blows in to the glass. Some confetti flies out. Then the performer inverts the glass on a tray or his / her hand (for comedy effect on a spectator’s head). The glass is lifted away. Instead of getting a shower of confetti it is seen that the confetti has magically transformed in to a large bunch of multicolored flowers.

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Crash Through : 
A solid ball penetrates visibly inside a transparent closed box.

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Crazy Cube : 
A small crystal clear round box is shown. It is clearly seen from all sides that the box contains a black cube. The cap may be opened and everything seems to be as fair as it seen. The cap is replaced and the box is held in hand by covering the clear portion. Suddenly it is given an upward jerk. Instantly the large black cube transforms into several number of small multi-coloured cubes! The change is colourful and instantaneous.

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Crystal Dove Casket
A totally empty crystal clear casket is seen. Suddenly a dove appears inside the casket.

 
 

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Crystal Flash Appearing Box 6’’ :
The conjuror shows a crystal clear transparent box. Upon command of the Conjuror a bunch of colorful flowers appear visibly inside the box.

 

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Crystal Gift Box
The conjuror shows a crystal clear transparent box tied by red ribbon. As and when the ribbon is untied a bunch of colorful flowers appear visibly inside the box.

 
 

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Crystal Vase Flower Production : 
A crystal-cut empty flower vase is seen standing on the table. It is lifted up and in an instant fills up with glittering flowers bouquet!

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Cubes from Bag Transparent
The Magician displays a brown paper bag. Inside of the bag is shown to be empty. He then produces six glitter bright colored cubes from the bag.

 
 

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Cups & Balls Jumbo Brass , Cups & Balls Jumbo Copper Finish ,
Cups & Balls Copper Finish Small :

Cups and Balls is probably the oldest magic that we have come to know. Drawing of conjurers performing this classic is found inside the pyramids which proves that it was performed thousands of years ago. Cups & Balls was performed mainly by the oriental street conjurers. From them the art was learned by the Egyptian. These skillful artists could still be seen in countries like India, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Japan and Sumatra. Greeks and Romans too learned this art from them.

In the Cups and Balls Magic by Tom Osborne, Henry Ridgeley Evans writes “The Romans called such performers “acetabularri,” from the Latin word “acetabulum” which means a cup.

During the Middle Ages, cups and balls gained popularity in the Western countries through the gypsies, jugglers and conjurers. The conjurers of France used cork balls. So the Cups & Balls came to be known as “escamoteurs” and their art “escamotage”. The word “escamot” means a cork ball. However, the performance style, shape and size of the cups and balls varies from country to country. Even the materials used to construct them are different.

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Cups & Balls P. C. Diamond :
Cups and Balls is probably the oldest magic that we have come to know. Drawing of conjurers performing this classic is found inside the pyramids which proves that it was performed thousands of years ago. Cups & Balls was performed mainly by the oriental street conjurers. From them the art was learned by the Egyptian. These skillful artists could still be seen in countries like India, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Japan and Sumatra. Greeks and Romans too learned this art from them. 
In the Cups and Balls Magic by Tom Osborne, Henry Ridgely Evans writes “The Romans called such performers “acetabularri,” from the Latin word “acetabulum” which means a cup. 
During the Middle Ages, cups and balls gained popularity in the Western countries through the gypsies, jugglers and conjurers. The conjurers of France used cork balls. So the Cups & Balls came to be known as “escamoteurs” and their art “escamotage”. The word “escamot” means a cork ball. However, the performance style, shape and size of the cups and balls varies from country to country. Even the materials used to construct them are different. 
The Japanese use paper cups and balls while the French use cork balls. The Indians use cups turned out of wood and balls made of cloth. 
The Western performers have improved the basic plot into fantastic routines most of which are easy to execute and highly entertaining. The shape, size and materials used are also improved so that the modern performers can handle them with ease.

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Cut no Cut Scissor
The Performer, holding a rope, hands over a scissors to the spectator and asks her to cut the rope in the middle. The spectator fails to open the scissors. She exerts her full strength but cannot separate the blades. The Performer takes the scissors and immediately opens the scissors without any extra effort. He now hands over the scissors with the blades separated to the spectator. But now she cannot cut the rope as she fails to close the scissors. Finally the Performer takes the scissors and cut the rope.

   

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