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Magic Wand To Cloth Flower : 
Magician comes on the stage holding a magic wand. Suddenly a flower appears from thin air on the tip of the magic wand.

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Magician’s Laple Pin Clown, Dove & Rabbit
Beautifully designed lapel pins are produced for the use of the magicians on their lapel of the coat. There are three types of designs. One pin is designed with a face of a clown. The other pin has a picture of Rabbit and Hat. And the last one is designed with a dove standing on a magic wand.

 
 

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Magnetic Card Box Locking
A card, say the 3 of spades is selected by the spectator from a deck of cards. The card is returned and lost in the deck. The magician then fans the deck of cards face down and draws out a card from the middle of the fan. Without looking at the face of the card the magician places the face down card into the box and closes the same. But during placing the card into the box the spectators get a glance of the face of the card (say it is 8 of heart) to the audience. Now the magician claims the card inside the box to be their selected card. The spectators are sure that the magician will fail to reveal the selected card. After some by play the box is opened and the selected card (3 of spades) is found inside the box.

 
 

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Mail Bag Escape :
A large Mail bag is introduced. It is thoroughly examined by the spectators. Then the Performer steps into the bag. The top of the bag over the head of the performer is gathered and accordion pleated. A solid metal bar is passed through the grommets. Finally two pad locks are used at the two ends of the bar to lock the performer securely in the bag.
A curtain is placed in front of the bag for a while. When withdrawn the performer is seen escaped and standing with the locked bag in his hand.

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Mental Epic Slate Pioneer :
You show a medium size slate made of synthetic board which is divided into six sections. The upper three are covered with three plaques numbered 1,2 and 3. These are for your predictions while the lower three are for the spectators. You uncover the upper three sections by moving the plaques up wards to show that all is fair and nothing is written anywhere. You make your first prediction in the place covered by plaque # 1 and then cover it. One spectator is asked to think to make an imaginary travel to any country. He writes it in the section below your prediction. This is repeated twice more with the second thinking of his favorite dish and the last taking a playing card from a deck. Finally when you uncover the predictions, they are found to be absolutely right.

 

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Mental Epic Slate Plastic :
You show a small plastic made slate which is divided into six sections. The upper three are covered with three plaques numbered 1,2 and 3. These are for your predictions while the lower three are for the spectators. You uncover the upper three sections by moving the plaques up wards to show that all is fair and nothing is written anywhere. You make your first prediction in the place covered by plaque # 1 and then cover it. One spectator is asked to think to make an imaginary travel to any country. He writes it in the section below your prediction. This is repeated twice more with the second thinking of his favorite dish and the last taking a playing card from a deck. Finally when you uncover the predictions, they are found to be absolutely right.
 

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Metamorpho Spots
The magician (that’s you!) displays an empty black can with White spots, and two silks - one Black, and another White.
“This is a White silk dyed Black, and this is a black silk dyed white” he says, “and this is my Black and White transformation tank, which will make the White silk Black, and the Black silk White”.
The two silks are now placed in the can, and again removed. “There, you see... the White silk dyed Black is now White,... and the Black silk dyed white is now Black again !”
This is repeated till the audience releases you are pulling their leg, and tell you so!
You appear hurt at this accusation of trying to deceive them so blatantly, and offer to make the transformation a little easier to follow. The silks are replaced in the can.
You now pass your hand in front of the can, wiping of all the White spots. The can is now completely black. The ‘spots’ are tossed into the can. When the silks are now removed, the two silks are found to be spotted.

 
 

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Mexican Bill Box Plastic : 
The performer displays a small wood box, which appears totally sealed from all sides. A clear plastic window on top displays the contents in the box. The box is thoroughly examined by the audience, and there seems to be no way to get into it, other than by breaking it open! A currency bill is borrowed, and folded in fours, or smaller, so it can fit into box. The bill is signed on top by the spectator, to allow him to identify it. It is then placed over the transparent window on top of the box. Then advice to the spectators to pick out the note and he is fail. It is puzzle game and easily pick up the note by the magician.

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Micro ITR (Cap Design) : 
The Indian Thread Reel (ITR) is a new type of gimmick which has many uses. A performer can use it to perform his best routines which requires invisible thread. The same reel can be used for different effects requiring different lengths of thread. Moreover, the same thread can be used again and again as after the effect is completed, the special mechanism of the gimmick winds the thread neatly.

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Milk To Silk :
An empty transparent glass is shown. It is then filled with milk from a bottle. The Performer then turns the glass up side down. Instead of falling to the ground the liquid remains as it is inside the glass defying the law of gravity. After a while the Performer inserts his finger through the open mouth of the glass and brings out a white silk leaving behind the glass completely empty. The milk has been transformed into a silk. Even the Glass can be handed over for inspection.

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Mind Blowing Dice :
A small rectangular plastic box with lid is introduced. The box is opened. Six small black dice are seen compactly arranged inside the box. Each die is showing different spot values on its top. The lid is closed. A spectator is given a die and allowed to roll it on top of the lid. Say the die shows four spots on its top. The lid is removed. With great astonishment it is seen that all the dice inside the box now show four spots on their tops.

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Mini Chinese Rice Bowl / Chinese Rice Bowl : 
The performer shows two empty Bowls. One of these is filled to the brim with rice and covered with the other. When uncovered the rice has magically doubled in quantity, over flowing the Bowls. The rice is now emptied out, and the empty Bowls placed together again. When separate the Bowls are found filled with water, which is poured from bowl to Bowl, apparently increasing in quantity as it is poured.

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Mini Kelenise Plumes
You show three yellow colored plumes and a newspaper. One plume is taken and rolled inside the newspaper. When the plume is pulled out it is seen to have changed to red color. This is repeated with the other two yellow plumes also and those converts into green and blue colored plumes respectively.

 
 

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MIni See Thru Flip over Box Acrylic
A live dove or pigeon is put in a box. The box has a cut covered with a glass in front of it. The dove is seen through the glass. The box is whirled opened and the dove is found to have vanished. The audience can see through and through the box without any trace of the bird.

 
 

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Mini Silk Cabby Combo
A wooden frame with a rod passing through the middle, a wooden Cabinet and two silks are introduced. The silks are pushed inside the cabinet through two holes provided on two side walls of the cabinet. The doors of the frame and the cabinet are closed. Immediately the front and back doors of the cabinet are opened. The silks have completely vanished. The door of the frame is opened. The vanished silks are found tied on the rod of the frame.

 
 

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Miracle Disc Rectangular
A playing card is selected (2 of Hearts) and lost in the deck. The magician draws out a rectangular piece of clear glass from a pouch, cleans it with a soft cloth and places the same on top of the deck for a while. Then he places the glass in front of his mouth and exhales a long breath on it. Oh! Presto! A miniature image of the selected card mysteriously appears on the glass for a moment and then disappears. If desired the effect can be repeated again with a different card.

 
 

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Miracle Disc Round
A playing card is selected (2 of Spades) and lost in the deck. The magician draws out a clear glass disc from a pouch, cleans it with a soft cloth and places the same on top of the deck for a while. Then he places the glass disc in front of his mouth and exhales a long breath on it. Oh! Presto! The identity (value and pip) of the selected card mysteriously appears on the glass for a moment and then disappears. If desired the effect can be repeated again with a different card.

 
 

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Miracle Glass Rubber
The Performer places a Glass filled with milk in a grocery bag made of paper. He immediately crushes the grocery bag and crumples it into a ball. No doubt the Glass with milk inside the bag has vanished amazingly. He throws the crumpled bag into an opaque container.

 
 

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Mirror Tube : 
A transparent plastic tube. You can show to the audience. Insert a red silk inside the tube. It comes with changing blue color, a link of silk, a link of flag, etc.

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Mirror Tube Deluxe
This is a utility magical apparatus which can be used in an endless number of ways to create beautiful magic. Its uses are limited only to your imagination.

 
 

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Mis Prediction
The magician hands over an envelope containing a prediction to someone in the audience. He makes another audience choose a card and hide it from the magician. Now the magician takes back the prediction envelope and takes out 3 cards from it and places them on the table saying one of them is the audicnce’s selected card which the magician had predicted. But alas! The prediction has gone wrong. The magician begs for another chance and takes out 3 cards each, two more times and each time puts them on the table, only to disappoint the audience because his prediction has gone wrong, the next two times also. The surprise comes when the magician at last turns all the cards on the table giving shape to a jumbo card, obviously the one the audience had selected.

 
 

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Miser’s Dream Glass
The Performer catches a coin from thin air and drops it into a steel glass. He then goes on catching coins one after another from no where. Audience witness the coin to drop into the glass and also hear the hitting sound of coin and the glass. After producing a considerable amount of coins the performer pretends to throw the coins to the audience. But nothing comes out from inside the glass. All the coins have vanished.

 
 

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  Money Pad
This is a pad which can be shown all blank or completely printed as you wish.
 
 

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Money to Water
In effect the magician borrows a paper money. He shows a small cylindrical container with a cap on it. Removing the cap, the inside is shown to be empty. The money is put inside and the cap is replaced. After removing the cap a moment later, the magician asks a spectator to stretch her palm so that he can drop the money on her palm. However, instead of money, water comes out wetting her hand. The container is otherwise empty.

 
 

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Monkey Bar Nu – Way :
The Magician displays a large wooden baton with three cords running through it at equal distance. It is seen that there are three balls attached to each end of the cords. Two of the balls are of the same color (say red) and the other one is of different color (say yellow). The Performer shows that the balls are firmly attached to the cords and the cords run freely through the holes of the baton. He then claims that at his will the balls jump from one cord to the other. To prove this he passes the baton behind his back and the odd colored ball is seen has changed its place from left end to right end. He repeats the same move to bring the odd ball again from right end to left end. The Performer continues to repeat the same move until the audience shouts that he is cheating them by simply turning the baton. The Performer then passes the baton behind his back for the last time. And when exhibited the odd colored ball is seen attached to the middle cord.

 

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Motorized Match Box
The Performer is seen standing on the stage holding a Match box in his hand a cigarette in his lip. Suddenly the cigarette drops on the floor. The Magician orders the cigarette to come back to his lip. The cigarette mysteriously jumps from the floor to his lip.

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Mouth Coil White # 12
White Mouth Chain is a highly visual and colorful effect in which the magician is seen to produce a long White chain from his mouth. The chain can extend from one end to the other end of a small or large stage. The magician can stretch it right across the middle of the audience.

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Multi-changed Rip Apart Bag :
The performer displays a white silk and a bag. Putting the silk into the bag he introduces a piece of black ribbon. Finally he rips open the bag horizontally with a jerk and makes the bag a long strip. The silk springs out in to the air. The performer catches the fallen silk and shows that the black ribbon has formed a black out line of a picture on the white silk. He then refolds the strip to form the bag and puts the white silk with black out line into the bag. Now he introduces some small pieces of ribbons of different colours and put those inside the bag. Once again the bag is ripping opened in the similar fashion. The white silk is caught in the air and displayed. It is seen that the multi coloured ribbons have made the black out line of the picture a colourful one.

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Multiplying Botania :
The magician shows a wine bottle. He opens it and pours wine into a glass. Covering the bottle with a paper cover, which is only half the size of the bottle, he makes some mystic passes. The top of the bottle could be seen all the time. He then covers the top with a silk hanky. The paper cover is lifted up so that only the bottom of the bottle is seen. The silk is removed and the audience can see that the bottle is still there as the bottom could be seen. However, when he pushes the cover down, the bottle is found to have vanished. Not only that, it is filled with silk hankies ! As if this is not enough, the cover is suddenly lifted up and from inside emerges a beautiful bouquet which is much bigger in size of the cover or bottle.

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Multiplying Botania Standart
The magician shows an empty tube open at both ends and then places it on a flat wooden base. He sprinkles some invisible magic seed. After some magical gesture, when he lifts the tube, a large bouquet of flowers appears. It is even larger than the tube! He places the tube on the wooden base. After some magical gesture when he lifts the tube once again another large bouquet of flowers appear!

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Multiplying Fan (Rolex) :
The Magician is seen to enter the stage absolutely empty - handed. Packing up a silk from the table or from his own breast pocket, he shows on both sides. Suddenly a glittering Japanese fan appears under the silk. Discarding the silk, the magician bows and suddenly another glittering fans appears at the fingertips. This second finger is of a different color!

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Multiplying Flower Bouquet :
The magician enters the stage holding a feather bouquet in his hands. He bows to the audience and suddenly he is seen to be holding two bouquets !

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Multiplying Glitter Ball # 4
A glitter plastic ball held at your finger tips multiplies to two, then three and finally four balls.

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Multiplying Golf Ball Red / White :
A ball held at your thumb and fore - finger multiplies to two, then three and finally four balls.

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Multiplying WandMultiplying Wand :
Magician appears a colorful wand with his hand. He changes then into two, three and lastly four. He hand over the wand one by one to his assistant.

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Multiplying Wand # 4 Multicolored : 
The Performer displays one black colored white tipped magic wand of about two feet long. Suddenly the magician splits the magic wand in to two magic wands of same length. He continues to split the magic wand and ends with four black magic wands.
Alternately, you may split the black magic wand into four different colored magic wands (Red, Blue, Green and Black).

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Mummy Mystery Plastic Latest : 
You show a small coffin and three small mummies each of a different colour. When any one of the mummies is put in and the lid closed, it is impossible for anyone to tell which colored mummy is inside unless it is opened. You now turn away your head while the spectators put any one of the mummy inside the closes the lid. Believe us, you tell the color as soon you turn around without even touching the coffin!

 

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Multiplying Bubble
The Performer produces huge quantity of soap bubbles. Suddenly he catches a bubble. It is seen to be solid transparent ball. Then the ball held at Performer’s finger multiplies to two, then three and finally four transparent balls.

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Nested Coin Box - Brass : 
The performer borrows a coin from a member of the audience. The coin may be a dollar or any other coin of that size or a bit smaller. The spectator is asked to mark the coin by a pen or pencil and return to the performer. The Performer then takes the marked coin and vanishes the same in the way of transferring it from one hand to other. The Performer immediately draws out a flat round metal box from his pocket and hands it over to the spectator and asks the spectator to open it. The spectator opens the box and gets another metal box inside this. The next box is also opened and another box is found inside. In this way the spectator after opening four nested boxes discovers the vanished marked coin inside the last box.

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Nutty Nut – Brass :
A nut, a bolt, a small plastic sleeve and a small container with lid are shown. The threaded portion of the bolt is pushed through the sleeve. The nut is placed on the bolt and screwed. The screwed nut-bolt is then placed within the container and covered with the lid. The container is shaken for a while. The rattling sound of the nut-bolt is heard. The lid is then removed. By toppling the container the nut-bolt is thrown on the table. It is seen that the nut and bolt has been unscrewed and separated magically. The nut, bolt and the container are handed over to the spectator for inspection.

 

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Nite Club Dove Vanish :
‘NITE CLUB DOVE VANISH’ is used in stage for vanishing a small live stock like dove, pigeon, chicken, puppy or kitten. In effect, the magician places a dove (or any live stock ) in a box resting on a table. The box is then dismantled piece by piece and taken apart with no trace of the dove. Even the small base on which the box was resting is also taken apart, folded and shown freely. The dove has completely vanished.

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