Small Magic Props, Card Tricks, etc.

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Crystal Card Watch

Watch face goes from black to translucent to reveal the Jack of Clubs. Basic effect is to force the Jack of Clubs on one spectator and then have another spectator (instant stooge) stare into your watch crystal to reveal the chosen card. When the watch crystal is shown to the first spectator he sees only a black watch face. The watch is wind up and keeps time. Complete with original instructions. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos. $35

Aces In Their Faces – Bob Kohler

Aces In Their Faces by Bob Kohler is an easy to do, no sleight of hand version of the ace assembly. This is unused in mint condition and is complete with the booklet and original gaffed cards (Poker size red Bicycle back). $10

Flash Cards (Brainwave) – Vintage Leather Case

R.W. Hull’s Flash Cards (The Brainwave Deck) made by Hanies’ House of Cards. Complete with high quality leather card case rather than the typical cardboard box. The deck is Bridge size and the roughing is in fine working condition. Click on thumbnail to enlarge the photo. $15

Jumping Gems

A four inch long stick is shown to have four gems near one end. The opposite side is shown to be the same. A quick flick of the wrist and now the four gems have separated leaving two at each end, on both sides. No instructions but if you can do the paddle move you’re good to go! This is circa 1970’s and is a nicer quality than usually seen today. One photo shows the front of the stick and the other photo shows the back. Click on thumbnail to enlarge the photo. $10

Some Nice Fake $100 Bills

Old school looking fake Hundred Dollar bills (eight total). No trick, just waiting to be used or collected. Click on the thumbnail to enlarge photo. $5

Snap by Roy Johnson

Snap – The Unique Visible Paper to Banknote by Roy Johnson. Copyright 1991 includes original booklet explaining the gimmick (a mock up practice gimmick is included), handling finesse, Preparation for performance, presentation and how to build a gaff using real currency. As the name implies, a piece of paper I snapped and visibly changes into a banknote. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos. $10

Un-BILL-ievable by Bob Solari

Bob Solari’s Un-BILL-ievable complete with original instructions and gimmick. A borrowed bill (any denomination) is folded in half and placed inside a folded slip of paper leaving part of the bill visible. A knife (can be borrowed) is plunged through the bill and paper, a ripping noise is heard during this. The paper is unfolded and a large hole is seen in the paper, yet the bill is completely unharmed. Very easy to do, the gimmicked paper does most of the work. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos. $8

Levitron – Original!

An original Levitron circa 1990’s. Complete with everything as new. And as a bonus there is also the Levitron Starter. This was sold separately and was designed to get the top spinning and more easily placed into position. The only very minor condition issue I can see is the top has some minor paint loss to the yellow section (see photo). Otherwise this is as if you just bought it in a shop! Click on the thumbnail to enlarge photo. $15

The Prodigal Aces by Cosmo Solano

GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAThis is a very clean, fast and magical ace assembly. Complete with original instructions (which have a link to a video tutorial) and the three gaffed cards. Gaffs are poker size red back Bicycle so you’ll need to add your own matching deck. In mint condition. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the photos. $10.00

Vintage Cigarette Vanisher

GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAMade by E-Z Magic this is a vintage gimmick made of wood and painted flesh color. The gimmick is in perfect like new condition and even the elastic is in excellent condition. Although this is a cigarette vanisher it could also be used to vanish pencils, pens or crayons. Comes complete with gimmick, original instructions and the original packaging. Click on the thumbnail to enlarge the photo. $8

Tri-Mental by Stan Lobenstern & Bonus Trick

GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAGEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAThree cards are selected from a deck and they match three jumbo prediction cards. This is routine to be a stage trick but could easily be performed close-up. Instructions were written by Peter Warlock. Complete with A deck of Tiger brand playing cards (still sealed in cellophane), three jumbo prediction cards, Sharpie pen and original instructions.

BONUS: Bourbon Street Con by Stan Lobenstern. This is a two card monte type routine using a double face card. Copyright 1988, comes with gaffed cards and original instructions.

Get both for one price. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge photos. $10.00

Missing Monte

GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAMissing Monte by Steve Hunsberger and Ron Spohn. Three cards are shown, two aces and a queen. One ace is placed a side and the remaining ace and queen are placed under a spectator’s hand. The second ace is removed and when the spectator looks at the queen der his hand the center of the card is cut out, the queen is gone! Includes original instructions and TWO sets of the special cards. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge photos. $9.00

Three Tricks by Barry Govan

GEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAGEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAGEDSC DIGITAL CAMERAMini Fax is a series of tricks and ideas using mini playing card stickers. The instructions are six pages long and copyright 1991. Includes three sheets of the mini card stickers.

Noughts and Crosses is a packet trick using cards with X’s and O’s printed on them. Although not extremely clear in the instructions, it appears the magician challenges the spectator to get his three Noughts in a row. The kicker comes when another card appears that has the game’s score.

Chameleon Cards. Four jumbo cards have their faces change color and then have their backs change color. Easy to do (even with the jumbo cards). Complete with original instructions and jumbo cards.

All THREE tricks for one price. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge photos. $15.00

Himber Valu-a-Bill

Basically a gag item from Richard Himber. You get the original vinyl wallet and eight gag bills. Leave one sticking part way out of the wallet and it looks like (kinda) a ten dollar bill. When the spectator removes it he discovers it is a note that reads, “Here’s Your 10 Spot” and has a Ten of Clubs printed where the rest of the bill should be. No instructions but none really needed. Click on thumbnail to enlarge photo. $8

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Mike Rose

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