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Dancing Cane Folding: 
A Metal Cane is shown. Suddenly the cane becomes magically animated. Not only has that it started dancing in perfect rhythm with the performer and music.

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Dancing Silk
A small colored silk is lying on the table. Suddenly the silk is seen to rise from the table in a very mystic manner and starts dancing mysteriously moving from one end to other of the table and some times moving up and down. The performer sitting behind the table tries to catch the silk. The silk runs leaving the table. The performer follows the silk. Finally the Performer succeeds to catch the silk and keep the silk on the table.

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Deck Switch Box Acrylic
A spectator is allowed to select a card (say “Five of Hearts”) from a deck of cards. After noting the selected card it is returned to the deck and the deck is thoroughly shuffled. The deck is placed within the pack and the pack is placed within a beautiful card box with sliding lid. A toy pistol is introduced and given to the spectator. The performer holds the card box up and asks the spectator to aim at the box and fire. She fires the gun. The box is opened, the pack is withdrawn. The performer asks the name of the selected card and find it out from the deck. Oh! Presto! The selected card “Five 0of Hearts” is found with a bullet mark on it. The deck is examined. There is no other duplicate of five of hearts within the deck.

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Die To Ball Tray :
The performer displays a large die resting on a tray. He takes the die and suddenly smashes the die on the tray. The die instantly transforms into a big colorful ball. Instead of ball you may transform the die into a bunch of flowers, or a number of silks or any other items as you desire.

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  Diminishing Milk
There are four transparent glasses on your table. They are of different sizes, not only in heights but also in diameters.
The extreme right is the biggest one, the second one a little smaller, the third one more smaller and then the extreme left one is the smallest glass.
 
 

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Ding Ding Pannel Production :
The performer displays a triangular tube. He holds the tube horizontally. Suddenly the tube opens like a scroll and it is seen that it comprises of six different colored Panels attached to each other. The performer Shows the other side of the Scroll by turning it. The performer reconstructs the Produces Silks, ribbons etc. from inside the tube.

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Disecto Arm Chopper : 
The magician brings a peculiar - looking cutting instrument on the stage. Explaining that he should test the courage of his spectators, he invites the most courageous person. Whoever comes, the magician request him to put his right hand through the hole in the Dissect. You press down the blade slowly and feels hurt. Ask him to remove the hand. Put a vegetable like a cucumber in the hole and press down the bled. The cucumber cuts in to two neatly. Now asks the spectator to put his hand again. Magician keeps his hand and slowly the blades goes down. He shows his unharmed hand to the spectator.

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Dollar Spring Flower # 12 :
These are specially made flowers which when folded occupy a very little space but when opened, they occupy a large space filled with flowers made of dollars. They are used only by the magicians for production from empty boxes or in items such as paper to flower, Gloves to Bouquet etc.

They come in various sizes, shapes number and materials. Previously they were made of only colored papers. But nowadays they are also made up of imitation dollars which are more showy and durable. Irrespective of their size, shape or material, their function and handling remains the same. Notice each flower is attached to a string. Tie the strings of all the flowers at such a point, so that, when they are released, the flowers take the shape of a ball. This is a trial and error process to find out the correct spot.

Always keep the flowers open when not in use. If the spring loses tension, place a round pencil across the outer leaf of each flower and gently pull the leaf across it.

During performance, close the flowers one at a time. Hold all the closed flowers in a bunch and encircle it with a rubber band. During production simply reach inside the instrument.

 
 

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Double Locked Box Mystery : 
A pair of nested wooden boxes locked by inner one with any articles like bill, note, coin, ring, pocket watch etc. The magician can present the locked articles from anywhere which he likes.

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Dove And Cage Mystery : 
The magician shows a box absolutely, opens it and shows it to be absolutely empty. Now a large black hanky is shown on which there is a painting of two doves lying. The hanky is dropped inside the box and the lid is closed. After some magical passes when the box is opened again and the hanky is taken out, it is found to be absolutely blanked (without the painting of the doves). Then from inside the box, the magician pulls out a large cage containing two live doves! The painting have changed to live birds!

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Dove Pan Almn High Polish :
A pan, which looks very much like a frying pan is seen on the table along with its lid beside other magical items. You show it to be absolutely empty and then cover it with the lid. When the lid is opened again, an alive dove is seen within the Pan. The dove is taken out. The pan is once again covered with the lid. When opened, it is found to have once again filled with silks, ribbons or chocolates.

 

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Dove Pan Botania Cloth Special
Magician shows a metal Pan in his hand and the lid in his other hand. He sprinkles some seed (may be imaginary) inside the pan and covers with the lid. When opened the pan is found filled with a big garden of flowers.

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  Dove Through Mirror New :
A dove passes through a previously checked firmly framed mirror.
 
 

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Dove to Silk Bag
Place a dove into the bag. If you were to open the bag out flat as before the dove would be visible. With the dove set as decried, pick up the bag and place a silk handkerchief into the secret pocket. Now rip (pull) the bag apart and the dove will appear.

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Dove Tray Double Load
The magician’s assistant is seen to be holding a sleek tray. The magician throws some confetti towards the tray and instantly a live dove appears there! The Magician takes the dove and allows the dove to sit on a perch. He again throws some confetti towards the tray, instantly another live dove appears on the tray.

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Dove Vanish Botania – Standard : 
The magician shows an empty tube open at both ends and then places it on a flat wooden base. He inserts a live dove, produced earlier by any method, into it. After some magical gesture, when he lifts the tube, a large bouquet of Red flowers with white leaves appear. It is even larger than the tube!

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Dream Magic Wand
A black magic wand with white tips at two ends is introduced. The magic wand mysteriously rises in the hand of the Performer. The effect can be repeated.

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Duck Pan – Iron (Copper Finish): 
A pan, which looks very much like a big frying pan is seen on the table along with its lid beside other magical items. You show it to be absolutely empty and then cover it with the lid. When the lid is opened again, an alive duck is seen within the Pan. The duck is taken out and shown.

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Duck Rabbit Production Silk :
Picture of a Rabbit printed on a silk is shown. Magically the picture of the Rabbit changes to a picture of a Duck.

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2D Dice
The performer shows a dice in his right hand. He places the dice on his left palm and slaps the dice with right palm. When he lifts his right palm, the dice is seen to have transformed into a flat dice. The flat dice is then handed over to the spectator for examination. It is a small piece of polymer board on which the picture of flat dice is printed on both sides.

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Economy Multiplying Bottle # 8 : 
A bottle covered with a cylinder changes its place with a Peg glass covered with a similar cylinder. This is repeated a few times. Suddenly, the peg glass vanishes, instead another bottle is found in its place. Thereafter, several bottles are produced from the cylinder, one after another, which ultimately covers the entire table top.

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Educated Duck : 
Three cards selected by the spectators are returned and thoroughly mixed in the deck. The deck is placed in a feed box in front of a wooden duck. The duck picks up the selected cards one after another from the deck.

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Elephant Vanish : 
In absence of the Performer an Assistant vanishes a picture of an Elephant from inside two boards. But the Elephant is discovered by the audience hanging under the tray due to foolishness of another Assistant. The Performer then enters into the stage to control the situation. He vanishes the Elephant, but the foolish Assistant exposes the Elephant hanging under the tray. Finally the Performer takes the tray and vanishes the Elephant successfully.

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Enchanted Treasure Chest : 
You show a beautiful box measuring 15" X 10" X11" to be absolutely empty. The whole of the interior could be seen as it is tipped over and the lid opened wide. A few moments later, this chest magically (?) fills up with a variety of articles like silks, cages, bouquets, doves, Kitten, Lamb, Rabbit etc.

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Evaporated Milk ( Milk Jug ) : 
It is a latest Plastic transparent. Jug is full of milk Magician pours the milk to the another pot or paper cone. The Jug should empty. Immediately, the another pot or paper cone throw to the audience which also empty. This is our finest manufacturing props in the magic World.

  

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Evaporated Milk Bottle : 
The Milk Bottle is one of the most useful magic props for use with liquid tricks. It allows you to visibly pour liquid out of the Bottle, and vanish it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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2D Egg
The performer shows a tiny egg in his right hand. He places the egg on his left palm and slaps the egg with right palm. When he lifts his right palm, the egg is seen to have transformed into a flat egg. The flat egg is then handed over to the spectator for examination. It is a small piece of board on which the picture of flat egg is printed on both sides.

 
     

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Fan To See : 
The performer is holding a fan of normal size cards. He may produce it from nowhere if he wants to. Then suddenly the cards change to a fan of jumbo cards!

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Finger Chopper Plastic Locking :
A chopper with a blade is shown. A finger is inserted in the upper hole and the top of the chopper pressed. The blade miraculously passes through the finger and is clearly visible in the lower hole.

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Fire Can Brass : 
You show a can with a lid on. Removing the lid, a lit match is dropped in. Fire shoots out proving that the can contains some highly inflammable object. You immediately cover the can with a lid putting off the fire. After a few moments, when the lid is removed, it is found to be filled with colorful items. You produce silks, spring flowers etc. from it. After some production, tip the can over a tumbler and water pours down. When you have emptied (at least that is what the spectators think), you again produce articles like paper currency, ribbons etc. As it that is not enough, again pour water from the can and bring the magic to a mysterious conclusion.

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Fire On Palm Gimmick Set : 
The magician comes to the stage and raises his left hand. Immediately there is fire on the palm. Surprisingly, he remains quiet calm. The fire extinguishes and appears on the right palm. A highly visual effect that you can be perform with other effects such as production of a bunch of flowers in the hand, etc. In this case, after the fire extinguishes, flowers appears.

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Fire To Dove Bag :
It is seen that fire is coming out from inside a half fold cushion held like a Bag. Suddenly the fire vanishes and a dove comes out from the cushion when it is opened flat.

 

 

 

 

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Flag Staff With US Flag : 
As the name suggests, the Magician produces a large rigid Flag staff of several feet length with a large flag on it apparently from no where.

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Flame through Silk
The magician drapes a silk over a lit candle. The flame of the candle is seen over the candle. The silk is drawn out and shown unharmed.

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Flame through Silk to Bouquet
The magician drapes a silk over a lit candle. The flame of the candle is seen over the candle. The silk is drawn out and instead of any damage of the silk a bouquet is produced from the silk.

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Flaming Ball / Silk Casket ( Small / Jumbo ) :
The conjuror displays a casket. The inside of the casket is seen to be empty through the cut out opening on front and two sides. He places a piece of paper inside the casket and ignites it. As the flame grows up suddenly the flame vanishes, instead a Silk handkerchief or Ball is seen occupying the entire inside of the casket.

 

< Flaming Silk Ball Casket [ Jumbo and Small  ]

 

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Flash Bouquet From Wand :
A magic wand is an important accessory of a magician and is believed to possess magical powers. So any magic with a magic wand is not only a wonderful entertainment, but also strengthens this idea.
The wand may be used as a regular one during your program and handled quite normally. At any time as the magician desires, this clever prop may be used to produce a couple of feather bouquet.
As the wand is touched at the lapel and instantly a red flower bouquet appears there. Again he can show a second white flower bouquet to appear on the hanging table cloth by simply touching the wand.

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Flash Production Table : 
This is a very good flashy item for the performers who are acquainted with body load. The table can be produced in bare hand with proper misdirection or it can be produced safely under cover of a hanky.

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Flashing Dice : 
Five dice in a small closed box are having same numbers (spots) on their tops. The box is shaken and the lid is opened to show all the spots are now changed to match a predicted number. If you wish you may show five different numbers to change into five same numbers or five consecutive numbers.

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Flick Change Frame :
A jumbo playing card (Queen of Heart) within a plastic slit frame is shown. The card instantly and visibly changes into a jumbo card of different face value (Ace of Spade) when dropped out of the frame on the table.

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Floating Head Chaplin
A picture of Charlie Chaplin printed on a small board is shown. Suddenly the head of Charlie Chaplin detaches from the body and rises slowly in an uncanny manner. The head reaches to the top of the picture and then comes down to its normal position.

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Floating Lady
A picture on a small board with striped back ground is shown. The picture consists of a magician standing in a magical gesture. Near the feet of the magician a lady assistant is lying. Suddenly the lady rises slowly in an uncanny manner as if floating in the mid air. Gradually the lady reaches above the head of the magician. And finally comes down to her normal position.

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Floating Table
A rigid table with cover is seen on the stage. The magician holds one corner of the cover. The table starts to leave the floor and floats in the mid air. The table moves from one place to another and at last at the command of the magician the table comes down to the floor.

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Flower & Cone Mystery
A stick of flower is introduced into a cone through the narrow hole. The cone is turned upside down. The magician prevents the stick of flower from falling by holding the stick of flower with other hand. Suddenly he withdraws the holding on the stick of flower. Surprisingly the stick of flower sticks to the cone. The same thing is done by a volunteer. But she fails. The procedure is repeated for several times with the same result causing laughter in the audience.

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Flower in Pot
An empty pot, placed under one end of a magic wand, mysteriously hang defying the rule of gravity. Finally when the magic wand is withdrawn from the pot a bouquet of flower appears inside the pot.

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Follow The Leader Disk :
One orange disc and one green disc covered by two yellow covers interchange their positions repeatedly.

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Foo Can – Spun : 
This is a utility item with the help of which you can appear or disappear water, milk or any other liquid. You can change the color of liquid. It must for every active magician.
A glass of water is poured in to the Foo Can. A comedy funnel is held against an ear of a child. The water from the foo can is poured in to the child’s other ear. The water comes out from the ear through the funnel.

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Funny Flower :
In effect, a flower taken from the breast pocket forms a length of ribbon when stretched and turns back to the shape of the flower and finally jumps from one hand of the performer to his other hand and then jumps back to his breast pocket.

 

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Future Fungus New Folding
This is wonderful magical item in which the magician shows a stick which has six flowers attached to it. The top three flowers are yellow while the lower three are red. The magician waves his hands over the flowers from down to upwards and the flowers ultimata to red - yellow. Another pass of the hand and the flowers goes back to their original order with red flowers at the bottom while the yellow flowers at the top.

 

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Gag Bag
A bag is shown and is turned inside out several times. Each time the bag is shown inside out a different design is seen to appear. Finally, from a zipper compartment, several items are taken out.

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Genni Tube Botania
The magician shows an empty tube open at both ends. He opens the tube like a book and shows the interior. It is completely empty. He closes the tube and then places it on a flat wooden base. He drops a flower dart in it or sprinkles some invisible magic seed. After some magical gesture, when he lifts the tube, a large bouquet of flowers appear. It is even larger than the tube!

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Genni Tube Wood
Genii Tube is a utility prop with the help of which the magician can produce silks, spring flowers, currency notes etc. from an empty bottom less tube.

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Genni Tube Wood Advance
Genni Tube is a utility prop with the help of which the magician can produce silks, spring flowers, currency notes etc. from an empty bottom less tube.

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Ghost Key Jumbo Brass :
The Magician shows a large shiny Key. He places the Key on his palm. The key mysteriously begins to turn itself slowly without any external effort or slightest noticeable movement of his palm. And finally the Key completely turns over.
The effect can be performed surrounded by the spectators. Even the Key will turn over on the hand of the spectator.

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Giant Bending & Restore Spoon# 2
This is stage version of spoon bending. The Performer shows a giant metal spoon. The Performer holds the spoon vertically near the bottom end of the spoon. At the command of the Performer the spoon starts to bend itself slowly. After the spoon bends considerably the performer commands to stop further bending. Now he commands to get it restored. The spoon slowly restores it self and returns to its normal shape. After the performance the spoon may be handed over to the audience for inspection.

 

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Giant Candle to Fan
Here is a fantastic magic that has been performed by great magicians of olden days. It is still performed with same interest and entertainment.
In Effect, a candle is lit. It is seen to be standing on a stand. The lit candle is covered with a chrome-plated empty tube. After a while, when the tube is lifted up, it is seen that the candle has transformed into a large Rolex fan.

 
 

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Giant Candle to Flower
Here is a fantastic magic that has been performed by great magicians of olden days. It is still performed with same interest and entertainment.
In Effect, a candle is lit. It is seen to be standing on a stand. The lit candle is covered with a chrome-plated empty tube. After a while, when the tube is lifted up, it is seen that the candle has transformed into a bouquet of flowers. An ideal magic for every magician.

 
 

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Glass Card Deck
A card is selected from a deck of cards and returned to the deck. The deck is shuffled. The magician begins to deal cards face down one after another on the table. After dealing one third of the deck suddenly the deck transforms into a block of glass and the face of the selected card is seen through the block of the glass.

 
 

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Gloves To Streamer : 
The Performer enters the stage with his gloves on his hand. But the spectators are astonished to see that the gloves on two hands of the performer are of different colors. The right hand glove is black while the left hand glove is white. The performer removes the gloves and throws them into the air where they instantly transforms into a long streamer of silk colored alternately in black and white.

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Golden Key Set : 
A Golden House Key is examined and found perfect in all respect. The teeth magically move around the barrel. They then move down the bottom of the barrel. The key is then handed out for re-examination and the teeth are clearly seen to be welded in the wrong place.

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Growing Magic Wand : 
A short magic wand of about 12” long grows and becomes as big as a standard magic wand of about 18” long.

 

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