Canes & Candles
Cups & Balls
Fire & Smoke Magic
Magic $1.25 and under
Magic Coloring Books
Paper Magic and Mouth Coils
Sleight of Hand
Supplies and Accessories
Bey teaches magic using the okito coin box.
A small object is borrowed and placed in a well-crafted polished brass safe, then screwed closed. The spectator is asked to take out his coin, but it can be opened only by the magician. Made in Italy.
A coin or ring is borrowed, marked and placed under a handkerchief. Suddenly the coin vanishes! Magi puts a small, padlocked, wooden box on the table. Spectator uses the key and opens the box. Inside is the marked coin! Box can be examined.
Turned brass box specially made for magic with half dollar coins.
When a watch or similarly sized object is placed into the box, securely locked and covered - it vanishes! Spectator holds the keys to the lock and opens the box. Beautiful effect for close up performances. Includes teak box, padlock and routine.
A dozen yellow silks, 6" in size.
A great tool for performing a variety of effects. The classic reel is an item every magician should have on hand.
The blade cuts right through the spectator's finger.
Milbourne Christopher teaches 50 tricks you can do using a thumb tip. Originally published by D. Robbins & Co. in 1948.
50 sponge rabbits to give out during your routine.
Change a Chinese coin to a half dollar then back again. Includes a book with multiple tricks, plus the wallet, and special card and coins.