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Hanky Pedestal : 
Magician takes a crystal plastic glass and puts it on a stand. Then takes an empty cylinder and covers it. When he removes the cylinder, the silk comes out from the glass.

 

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Hat Paper Tear–Bonnet, Chef, Clown, Dollar, Santa, US-Flag, Wizard :
The magician shows two pieces of coloured tissue papers. These are placed together and torn into several small pieces. The torn pieces are crumpled together and when opened out, it is seen that they have magically transformed into a colourful hat.

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Hat Production Coil
Both sides of a sheet of a news paper is shown and then crumpled into a bundle. Making a hole on the bundle of news paper the performer draws out a paper strip. The paper strip continues to fall on the floor like a fountain for a considerable period of time and a large heap of paper coil is formed on the floor.

 
 

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Haunted Head
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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Haunted Deck
Performer shows a seemingly normal deck to the Spectators and shuffles. Then he shows a few cards to prove the deck to be normal. Then he invited 2/3 spectators to the stage and tells Then to choose the cards each. When the cards are chosen, Magician tells them to place the cards in two different places of the deck in his hand.

 
 

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Heart Premonition
The pips of a selected card vanish from the card in the card case and found transformed into stones of the same shape inside a jewelry box. Further another selected card vanished completely from the deck.

 
 

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Hippiti Hop Rabbits Mini
Two wooden cutouts of rabbits are seen to be standing on the table. One rabbit is white while the other is black. Two covers are next shown to be absolutely empty; one has a white hat drawn on it while the other has a black hat. The cover with white hat is used to cover the white rabbit and the cover with the black hat is used to cover the black rabbit. After some magical passes, the covers are lifted to show that the white rabbit is in the black cover and the black rabbit is in the cover with white hat. The change is performed once again so that the rabbits return to their original position. When it is done for the third time, the children understands the secret and complains that the white rabbit is painted black on the other side and the black one is painted white on the other side. At first the magician seems not to understand what the spectators are saying as he turns around himself when the audience says the rabbits to turn around. When he finally understands, he asks someone to come up on stage and turn the rabbits himself. It is seen that one rabbit is red and the other is green on the other side.

 
 

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Hoffman Mini Production Bird Cage : 
The new model of Production bird cage is very thin. It is about 5” square and in collapsed condition one and one fourth inch in height (fig - 1). The height is half of the original model (21/2”). This thinner version will allow you to load a large number of bird cages in your production prop.

 

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Hot Book Economy :
Magician displays a book. But when ever he opens the Book fire comes out from it and as the book is closed the fire vanishes.

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Ice And Water :
The magician shows a clear plastic peg glass. He fills it with water up to the brim and covers with a postcard. He inverts the whole glass but the water does not come out. But the spectators are quick to say that this is science and everybody can do that. The magician agrees and very slowly removes the post card. Surprisingly the water stays in place as before. The Magician then places the inverted peg glass on a tray. He now slowly lifts the peg glass. Oh! Presto! A solid block of ice comes out from the peg glass.

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IMP Bottle: 
The magician shows a small plastic bottle which is said to contain a ghost. The audience fails to make the bottle lie down.  Every time it is laid down, it pops up mysteriously! The Magician "pours" the ghost into his hand from the bottle. Then lays the bottle on its side and it remains that way. But when the audience tries to copy it, he fails as the ghost is said to be inside again.

 

 

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Impossible Dice : 
One small Die is placed inside a square long box. Both the box and the Die are threaded by a small narrow Magic Wand through the holes provided with both of them. At the will of the magician the Die drops from inside the box penetrating the Magic Wand.

 

 

 

 

 

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Impossible Nut and Bolt
A bolt with one nut and a tiny padlock are shown. The spectator unscrews the nut. After thorough examination a borrowed ring is placed on the bolt and the nut is screwed back on. The hasp of the padlock is engaged in the hole at the screwed end of the bolt and locked. The Performer covers the same with a hanky and instantly brings the ring separated from the nut and bolt, or he can do this miracle even in bare hand. It is shown that the nut is properly in place on the bolt and the padlock is intact.

 
 

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In Flight
A playing card is selected (say King of Spades) and lost in the deck. The magician draws out a card from his pocket as prediction. But the predicted card is seen to be a different card (9 of Diamond). He then tosses the card in the mid air. The card (9 of Diamond) visually changes in the mid air to another card (King of Spades). Oh! Presto! It is the selected card.

 
 

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Instant Flower Close - Up
The magician is seen to be holding a plaque on which there is a drawing of a beautiful plant on a flowerpot. But the audience is quick to notice that there is something missing - the plant has no flower. The magician says that he can make flowers bloom if the children in the audience help him by uttering the magic words written at the back of the plaque. He then turns the plaque and there it is found to have been written “Hocus Pocus..”. After the spectators say it, the plaque is turned around once again and to the surprise of everybody, the plant is seen to have filled with beautiful flowers!

 
 

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Instant Ice-Lolly :
Some quantity of orange juice is poured in an empty Ice Lolly box and an Ice Lolly stick is stuck into it. Finally an orange colored Ice Lolly is produced from the box, leaving no trace of the orange juice!

 

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Instant Kubik
The Performer introduces a Rubik Cube and shows all sides of the same. It is seen that all the colors are mixed up on all sides. He covers the Rubik Cube with a handkerchief for a while. When the handkerchief is withdrawn a moment later, it is seen that the Cube is totally solved and all the colors have been separated on the six sides. The Performer freely shows all the sides to the audience.

 
 

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Instant Magic Table :
Yes! Your problem regarding Magic Table has been solved. You have not to carry separate table top, separate legs or nuts and bolts. It is really an “Instant Magic Table” for your magic shows. You can carry the Table, obviously in folded condition, in your suitcase and instantly construct a sturdy magic table with a larger working space.

 
 

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Invisible Elastic 5 Mtrs
Invisible Elastic is an essential material used by the modern magicians, specially close up Workers. It can be used for levitating currency notes, finger rings, cards, cigarette and many more light weight objects. And small objects like Spoons, forks, pen and spectacle can be animated with aid of this Invisible Elastic.

 
     
 

Invisible Elastic Loop #5
This is not a magic by itself but a secret gimmick that helps to make possible some strange effects. These invisible Elastic Loops are of finest quality and cannot be detected within a couple of feet. It can be stretched up to five times of its original size.
We have supplied you with five loops on a specially designed board. In most of the effects you need only one loop while the others are kept aside as spares.
Though they are invisible at a short distance, improper lighting conditions can make them visible and can be seen from quite far. So it is best to study various light conditions and sources at which it can be performed undetectable.
Also you need to study the background and the dress you are wearing. Also the material of your clothing is important. If you are wearing woolen clothes, there are chances that the loop gets struck to it. Otherwise you may wear the loop on your wrist all day long. It will stick to your skin.
Some elementary routines are given below to start you with.

 
     

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Jumbo Ball Pyramid Puzzle
Magician shows four sets of beads. He advises to make a pyramid by the beads.
It is very attractive close up game. Any time and anywhere you can show it.

 
 

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Jumbo Card to Bag
It is a very good colorful item. In effect, a Jumbo Card transforms in to a beautiful transparent box filled with colorful spring flowers. If the item is repeated four to six times the total transformed boxes will cover the entire table and look like huge gorgeous production, though the item will occupy a very small space in your magic kit.

 
 

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Jumbo Change Bag Turning Handle : 
This apparatus will enable to vanish, change or appear silks, flowers, cards, ribbons or any small objects even a small rabbit.

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Jumbo Diminishing Card : 
Ordinary Jumbo size playing cards get smaller and smaller right before your eyes, and ultimately vanish.

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Jumbo Flower Wallet : 
You show a black wallet. When you open it, it is seen to contain a flower. Keep the flower on the table. The wallet is seen to be empty. However, when you open it again, is seen to contain two flowers ! This is repeated several times. Each time you open the wallet, flowers appear. What is more, the number of flowers also increases each time. 

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Jumbo Magnetic Pip Card : 
The performer displays a large playing card, which shows an Ace Of Diamonds in the front, and a Four Of Diamonds on the back of the card. When the card is turned over the ace has become a three and the four has changed to a six.

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Jumbo Photo Change Frame
The magician makes a picture change to a different picture in a picture frame. He may also make a picture appear in the picture frame which was shown empty a moment ago. The picture may be of a freely selected personality.

 
 

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Jumbo Wonder Glass (Washable)
The magician shows a large glass full of milk or any dark colored liquid. He says that he would like to share it with the spectators. He take another glass for himself and pours all the liquid in it. Surprisingly, the glass from which it is poured, also remains full of liquid. In a nutshell, he is seen to be holding two glasses full of liquid ! He magician drinks the contents of one glass. He then says that it is very difficult to distribute the other glass among so many spectators. So he resorts to magic. He asks the audience to imagine that hey are sucking the liquid with a straw. Lots of fun and business can be created here. The liquid from the glass is seen to decrease visibly ! At the end he asks them to stop sucking as he wants to give the little amount left to his assistant.

 
 

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Jumbo Wood Disc Escape
Performer shows five solid wooden disks painted in five different colors. Also a wooden cylindrical container with lid just large enough to hold the disks. Both disks and the container have a hole in them, for passing an aluminium pipe.
A spectator may select any disk. There is no force.
Disks are placed into the container which is capped. An aluminium pipe is passed through the holes in the disks and the container. A spectator is asked to hold the ends of the pipe with the container hanging in the middle.
Performer opens the two halves of the container. One disk falls off and it is the disk with the selected color. The other four disks and both halves of the tube are securely threaded on the pipe.
And everything can be thoroughly examined by the audience.

 
 

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Jumping Card in Full Deck
A card is selected from a shuffled deck. Say the selection is the Joker. The selected card is returned into the deck and shuffled. Finally the deck of cards is put into the pack and the pack is closed. When the pack is opened the selected card (here Joker) jumps out from the pack.

 
 

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Jumping Rose : 
a rose taken from the breast pocket jumps back from the hand of the performer to his breast pocket.

 

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Jungle Mystery
Attention of the audience is drawn by the performer to a set of animal picture cards. He shows the picture of the animals one by one. There are seven pictures of animals - Crocodile, Elephant, and Giraffe. Monkey, Tiger, Lion and Fox.

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Junior Card Castle : 
You drop some lose cards on a tray. The tray is then covered by a large silk. When the silk is lifted up, a beautifu
l castle formed by the lose cards is seen to have magically constructed !

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Kellar Coin Catcher Aluminium
Kellar coin Catcher is a coin gimmick which helps the magician to produce about 10 coins from air. The magician only needs a few handling practice to do it perfectly.

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Kenard’s Box Mystery
A wooden box is shown. The front and back door, hinged at the bottom, are opened. It is seen that the box has two narrow “U” shaped cut on two side walls. A small metal ring is placed inside the box. The doors are closed. The box is shaken and rattling sound for the existence of the ring is heard. A very small magic wand is shown and pushed through the “U” cut on the box. The end of the magic wand is seen to come out from opposite side of the box. The doors are opened. It seen that the Magic wand has passed through the magic wand. The magic wand is withdrawn through the “U” cut. The ring is seen to hang from the magic wand.

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Kontrol Key :
A transparent box containing some bank notes, a padlock and a key on a ribbon are shown. The padlock is unlocked with the key. The transparent box is then locked with the padlock. The key is then freed from the ribbon and dropped into a glass containing seven more similar keys. The keys are mixed thoroughly by shaking the glass. Seven spectator are allowed, one after another, to choose a key and open the padlock. But all the spectators fail to open the padlock. The Performer opens the padlock with the last key left for him.

 

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Lady To Lion :
The magician is seen to be holding a plaque on which there is a drawing of a magician and a lady who is inside a cage. The magician says that he can make a Lion instead of the lady if the children in the audience help him by uttering the magic words “Hocus Pocus”. After the spectators say it, the plaque is turned around and to the surprise of everybody; the lady is transformed into a lion!

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Lady to Tiger (CLOSE-UP)
The Performer is seen to be holding a plaque on which there is a drawing of a beautiful lady inside a cage and a magician standing behind the cage. The Performer says that this magician in the picture can show a magic, if the children in the audience help him by uttering the magic words “Hocus Pocus...”, at the time when he will turn the plaque for a while. He then turns the plaque and there is found nothing but a design usually used in the back of a playing card. After the magic spell “Hocus Pocus...” is uttered by the spectators the plaque is turned around once again and to the surprise of everybody, the lady has been transformed into a tiger.

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Lighter Flame to Card Fan
The Performer lights his lighter and ignites a candle on the table with it. Suddenly the lighter along with its flame turns into a Fan of Cards.

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Lighting Astro Sphere Mini : 
A glittering large ball floats in the air, right in front of a large hanky without any visible means and support. It floats in all directions. An excellent visual magic.

 

 

 

 

 

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Liquid Suspension Tube : 
The Performer shows an empty cylinder, a glass full of coloured liquid and a clear glass. The liquid is poured into the cylinder. The liquid magically stays suspended inside the cylinder. A silk is then passed through the cylinder. The silk passes out, without being wet proving the cylinder to be empty. The performer then passes the clear glass through the cylinder. The glass comes out filled with the missing liquid.

 

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Lit Candle To Milk Or Salt :
The Magician draws attention of the spectators to a candle in his hand. He ignites the candle. The tip of the lit candle is covered with a small empty black tube. After a while, when the tube is lifted up, it is seen that the candle has transformed into a transparent tube filled with milk or salt. The milk or salt is poured out into a jug. An ideal magic for every magician.

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Little Wonder Rope : 
A piece of rope is shown, and stretched out between the magician's hands. The rope falls down as you would expert. Yet whenever you wish you can make this rope stand erect in a horizontal or vertical position.

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Live Fish Production Aquarium
Performer shows a transparent aquarium filled with water, but having no fish inside. He then inserts a magic wand into the water from top of the aquarium and rotates the same. Suddenly some live fishes appear inside the water of the aquarium and starts swimming.

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Loaded Dice #8 Jumbo / Small #8 :
A sealed envelop is handed over to a member of the spectator. Two dice are thrown by the spectator to select a two digit number. Say the numbers shown on top of the dice are 5 and 2. The book is opened to the page of that selected number (52). The envelop is opened and the particular poem printed on page number 52 of the book is found written on a paper within the envelop.

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Locking Card To Match Box : 
A playing card changes to a Match Box. This is a new locking model, which can be handled in a very free and casual manner.

 

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Locking Ever Filling Glass
Performer shows a transparent glass full of liquid such as Milk, Coke etc. He drinks from it, till the glass is almost empty. The glass is placed behind his back, or under his coat for a moment, and brought in view is seen to be full of liquid once again. This can be repeated as often as desired. You can use this special glass in any liquid effect, to show a glass full of liquid or empty, as desired. A strong magical effect of filling a glass itself visibly with liquid. For example, it can be used in conjunction with a prop like the wonder Glass, where the liquid visibly diminishes from one glass, and visibly appears in the other, some distance away.

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Lota Bowl – Almn: 
A bowl is seen to be resting on a thin table. There is a bowl near the table. The magician picks up the bowl and pours out all the water in a bucket. After performing some other tricks, he again pours out water from the empty bowl. This is repeated several times. If desired, this can act as a continuous gag throughout the show. It seems that water in the bowl never ends as our mother Ganga.

 

 

 

 

 

 
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