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Zig Zag Trick Set (FT)
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Zig Zag Trick Set (FT)
Zig Zag Trick Set (FT)
Item #: 21807 (M25-6-3)
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Zig Zag tricks where something is cut, and the pieces separated, then restored, are a craze, ever since the first Sawing a Lady appeared on stage. It is the type of effect audiences identify with real magic.

This set has three of the best Zig Zag effects to date, in one economical set. There is the classic Zig Zag Pencil (originally sold at more than 3 times the price of this complete set), the Zig Zag Card, and the Zig Zag Rope, in an attractive box packed set, complete with instructions.


All the tricks are very easy to do, and this is an ideal set for your use or for your collection, or as a gift to a budding magician.

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Zig Zag tricks where something is cut, and the pieces 
separated, then restored, are a craze, ever since the first Sawing a 
Lady appeared on stage.