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U Puzzle
It is a puzzle. Two “U” shaped thin metal rods interlinked with each other are handed over to the spectator to detach them. The spectator fails after several trials. The magician detaches them within a second.

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Ultimate Egg Bag with Eggs
You show a small velvet bag that has a mesh net at the front. At the back there is velvet. All of the interior can be seen clearly and it is seen that there is nothing in it. Suddenly an egg appears in it. You put away the egg in a hat. To the surprise of everyone, the egg reappears in the bag. This can be repeated 2/3 times to build it up into a hilarious situation.

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US Cane Plumes : 
A steel cane changes into a bouquet of flowers within no time.

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US Un-separate Rope : 
Magician shows two ropes. He knots one with another from the top. In the lower part he does the same. Then he vanishes the first knot by pulling his right hand. Immediately he shows a US Flag in the middle of the rope.

 

 

 

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Utility Cap
Magician is seen wearing a hat. He takes off the hat and casually shows the interior of the hat to be empty. As the hat is made of soft cotton the back side of the hat folds towards the front. When he opens the hat a bunch of flower is produced from inside the hat.

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Utility Card Frame : 
A playing card (4 of Heart) is seen within a plastic frame. When the frame is tilted, the card visibly comes out from the frame through a slit. But the card is seen to be mutilated.

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Utility Card Frame Jumbo :
A Jumbo playing card (4 of Heart) is seen within a plastic frame. When the frame is tilted, the card visibly comes out from the frame through a slit. But the card is seen to be mutilated.

 

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Utility Change Bag
Several different colored silks are put into the empty bag. When a spectator removes the “Silks”, the silks are found to be blended into a big silk.

 
 

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Utility Rose :
The Magician displays a stalk having green leaves with a red rose (Fig.1). He plucks the rose. Instantly a second red rose is found to appear on top of the stalk. He places the rose into a hat and again plucks the newly appeared red rose from the stalk. A third red rose appears on the stalk. He repeats this for a few times. Finally after appearance of 3 to 4 red roses, when he plucks the red rose a white rose appears on the stalk.

 

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Vanished Ring In The Milk : 
The magician borrows a finger ring from a spectator and vanishes the same. Now he draws attention of the audience to a glass filled with milk on the table. He takes the glass and places it on his palm. He then introduces a spike with a hook at its end. He inserts the spike into the glass and brings out the vanished ring hanging at the tip of the spike from inside the milk.

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Vanishing & Appearing Cola Bottle
The Performer places a Cola Bottle in a grocery bag made of paper. He immediately crushes the grocery bag and crumples it into a ball. No doubt the Cola Bottle inside the bag has vanished amazingly. He throws the crumpled bag into an opaque container.

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Vanishing and Reappearing Necklace :
A beautiful Necklace on a Necklace Stand is shown. The Necklace is taken away from the Necklace Stand and the empty Stand is covered with a handkerchief. The Necklace is then put inside a bag and made to vanish. When the handkerchief is withdrawn from the Necklace Stand it is found that the Necklace has reappeared in its original position.

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Vanishing Bird Cage : 
The Vanishing Bird’s Cage is a real classic of magic. In the hands of the right performer it seems that the Cage visibly dissolves into nothing. The apparatus supplied is perfect in every respect, the Cage stands upright but when squeezed at the opposite ends the whole Cage collapses into a long metal strip which can easily be concealed under the arm.

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Vanishing Candle White Improved :
It is a very good opening item. In effect a candle vanishes from the hand of the performer.

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Vanishing Cane to 2 Fans :
A solid Plastic Cane about three feet in length held out stretched in the performer’s hand changes visibly and instantly into two colorful Rolex fans.

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Vanishing Flute To Silk : 
You display a toy flute and even play it to show that it is real, then in an instant you MAKE IT VANISH ! Right in front of the spectator’s eyes.

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Vanishing Martini To 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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Vanishing Pencil Brass :
 Magician writes a few lines on slip of paper with a neatly cut black wooden 0.5 Pencil. The pencil is then placed inside a pencil holder (a cylindrical container). The lid of the holder is closed. The holder with the pencil inside is handed over to the spectator for safe custody. A magical spell is uttered. Now, the spectator is asked to open the Pencil Holder and hand over the pencil. Removing the lid the spectator finds with his utter surprise that the pencil has been completely vanished from inside the Pencil Holder.

 

Visual Colour Changing Plumes # 3 : 
The colours of three different coloured plumes changes as the magician simply passes his hands over them.

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Wand To Table :
This is a new and flashy item which is ideal for opening a show. Of course you can use it in the middle of the show.

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Watch Box Teak : 
The Watch Box is a magic prop to enable you to secretly remove from or introduce items into a Locked Box.

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Wilting Flower Natural :
Holding a bouquet of flowers the magician calls a lady on the stage and asks her to smell the flowers. As soon as she tries to smell, the flowers bend and moves airily towards the lady. Smilingly the magician comments that his magic flowers always incline towards the beauty.

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Win – A – Dollar :
Three different colored cloth covers covering three transparent Glasses are shown. The performer claims that in one of the glass there is a Dollar. The spectators are allowed to select two glasses. The third glass remains for the magician. The cloth covers of the two selected glasses are lifted one by one to show those empty. Finally the Magician lifts the cover of the last glass. A folded dollar is found inside the glass.

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Wonder Box with Wonder : 
This one of the old tricks in an improved version. At any time during your performance, you pick up a chrome-plated box from the table. The box has doors on all sides. You open all the doors so that the spectators can see right through the box from every side. There is nothing inside and there is no space in the box to hide even an ant.

You close all the doors and open the top, give some magical passes and pull out large quantity of silk. You immediately shut the doors and again show that there is nothing in the box. But a moment later again a large quantity of silk is produced. At the end, you can even hand over the box to the spectators for inspection. Of course there is no hidden chambers etc. in the box.

 

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Wonder Pen : 
Magician shows an empty metal tube and a pen to the spectator. He pushes the pen in to the tube and closes the tube with a lid. The closed tube is then handed over to the spectator. The spectator is asked to open it. Opening the tube the spectator finds, with great surprise, that the big pen has changed into a small colored pencil.

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Wonder Pencil : 
Magician shows an empty metal tube and pencil to the spectator. He pushes the pencil in to the tube and closes the tube with a lid. The closed tube is then handed over to the spectator. The spectator is asked to open it. Opening the tube the spectator finds, with great surprise, that the big pencil has changed into a small colored pencil.

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Wood Sand Frame Deluxe   :
The magician makes a picture appear in a picture frame which was shown empty a moment ago. The picture may be of a freely selected personality.

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X-ray Tube
The performer turns his back. One rod out of six different colored rods is placed by the spectator into a metal tube and capped. The rest rods are hidden. The tube is handed over to the performer behind his back. The performer turns to face the audience, brings the tube to his forehead and immediately announces the color of the inside rod.
The effect can be repeated.

Z

Zig-Zag pencil : 
Magician puts a pencil visibly in a plastic box. After give some magic passes the pencil turn into three separate pieces. Immediately he changes the pencil in its original form.

Zig Zag Deck Acrycic
The performer displays a deck of cards. He spreads the cards to show back and front of the deck. He then places the deck into a special frame made of acrylic sheets standing on a flat base. He withdraws two cards from inside the frame and pushes the two cards through two slits provided on the front side of the card case. The cards act like blades. The cards apparently pass through the deck. The Performer then pushes the middle portion of the frame from one side. The middle portion slides and projects from other side of the frame. Apparently the deck has been cut into three pieces. The projected portion is then pushed back. The two cards are withdrawn and returned to the deck. The deck is withdrawn from the frame and spread to show that it is totally unharmed.

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Zip Lock Wallet
A wallet with zipper containing some bank notes, a padlock and a key on a ribbon are shown. The padlock is unlocked with the key. The wallet 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 spectators 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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Zombie (Aluminium): 
A large glittering ball floats on a cloth up and down, sometimes vanishes in a aerie manner.


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