Canes and Candles
Cups and Balls
Fire & Smoke Magic
Magic $1.25 and under
Magic Coloring Books
Paper Magic and Mouth Coils
Sleight of Hand
Supplies and Accessories
Using two L-shaped metal rods, you will be able to locate a hidden coin, and a selected card. This trick imitates the art of dowsing (normally used to find metals or water) in a visual and fun demonstration. Easy to do.
The wheel will know where to stop on the ramp.
Perform professional-level mental magic using a miniature bento box! The clever gimmick instantly indicates which food items are secretly chosen, enabling you to accurately divine the spectator’s choices.
Always beat the crowd in this maze puzzle.
The design of this guillotine allows the Magician to clearly display a solid blade slide through a transparent frame, and penetrate completely through a spectator's finger.
A pair of junior sized red finger tips. Show your hands empty, then pluck a bright red light out of the air, pass the light from hand to hand, through your ears, and make it disappear.
2 large volume books that can help you learn a great deal of magic. 'Early Harbin', compiled from Harbin's magazine contributions, 7 books (1929-1942), and 'Harbincadabra' (contributions to Abracadabra magazine from 1947-1965).
Magic trick with a paper bag, and 4 colored 'lollipops'.
A dozen low density thumb tips made of plastic.
A self working Ultimate 3 Card Monte by Michael Skinner. Three times the performer invites the audience to follow the ace, and all three times the ace is not where it appears to be! Includes instructions, patter, and assorted red and blue cards.
A cross between a “Russian Roulette” and “Just Chance” type effect. Includes wooden dice inlaid with brass spots and 6 internally laminated envelopes marked one to six. Everything can be examined.