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David Copperfield profiles twenty-eight of the world’s most groundbreaking magicians. The incredible stories are complemented by over 100 never-before-seen photographs of artifacts from Copperfield’s exclusive Museum of Magic in Las Vegas.
Here's a great collection of David Ginn titles. Seven DVDs and two Kidbiz books, plus one more book, plus 10 more books on CD-ROM. A fantastic deal!
A fun wand that packs flat, inflates, self-seals, and is cheap enough to give away! You get 10 Jumbo Inflatable Wands. From Silly Billy - David Kaye - top children's magician.
The prediction is right and the card has a different colored back from the rest of the deck. A classic variation of the Invisible Deck. ROYAL DECKS BACK DESIGN, NOT BICYCLE
David Robbins - yes, the D. Robbins who started our company - teaches over 100 tricks for parlor and stage. Includes showmanship, sleight of hand, cards, ropes, coins, mentalism, and a complete course of instruction in ventriloquism.
One of the best classics in card magic. Show deck to consist of different cards…then show every card to be alike! No skill required. A force deck made with quality cards.
A dozen purple silks, 9" in size.
The classic Svengali deck. Cards are shown different and spectator selects one. The magician finds the card, cuts the deck, yet the card jumps to the top. Then by tapping the deck all of the cards become the spectator's card! Red backs.
The classic Svengali deck. Cards are shown different and spectator selects one. The magician finds the card, cuts the deck, yet the card jumps to the top. Then by tapping the deck all of the cards become the spectator's card! Blue backs.
2 coins are in your hand. One coin travels to the other hand! Patriotic Version - Bicentennial Half Dollar with Mexican Centavo. (Includes bonus coin - a matching Double Heads Half Dollar!)
A half dollar changes to a Chinese coin!
The magician clearly shows six cards and takes away three… but when he counts the cards again, there are still six.