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36" Demon Chinese Dragon Silk (£25.00)

Demon Silks are hard to find today and this 36" square Chinese Dragon Silk is really attractive. In good condition.

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Abbott's Spider (£7.50)

A circular block of wood with a hole drilled through is shown and then a length of rope passed through. The block which has a spider painted on it can be suspended at any point on the rope as chosen by the spectator, this can be repeated as often as you wish yet the spectator will never succeed. Nice little pocket trick, could be good for walk about magic toay! (circa 1950)

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Appearing Silk Frame (£25.00)

A Diamond shaped frame is freely displayed. A coloured silk handkerchief suddenly appears tied to a cord which pass through the middle of the frame. The Frame is well made in wood, and was made by Max Andrews (Vampire Magic) circa 1960.

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Automatic Razor Blade Trick (£45.00)

The instructions which come with the prop credit this trick, which does all the work for you, to 'Hassani'. It is made entirely from metal and was sold in USA by Tannens.

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Billet Switch Box (£25.00)

From the 1950's, this little box will switch billets which have been dropped through a slot in the lid. Made entirely in metal, this is in immaculate condition.

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Billiard Ball with Double 1/2 Shell (£15.00)

This is rather nice! A red wood billiard ball complete with TWO half shells which completely cover the solid ball. Beautifully turned by a skilled wood worker!

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Block and Ribbon (£18.00)

An early Davenport prop. A large block with a hoile running through it is placed in a wood frame then a length of ribbon threaded through from side to side. Despite beins securely trapped by the ribbon, the block is made to penetrate the ribbon and come free of both it and the frame.

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Bloxo - stage version (£30.00)

Five different coloured solid blocks are shown in a box, each has a gold letter on the side spelling the word CRATE. Any two colours are selected and these are the only two to fall free from a restraining rod which secures them all inside the box.The prop is well made in wood and was at one time owned by Faust the world famous illusionist.

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Brass Flagpole & Union Jack Production (£75.00)

This is a Beauty! A Brass extending flagpole, over 4' in length is produced and from it is displayed a SIX x THREE FOOT Union Jack!
A top quality, vintage prop, The flag is also in excellent condition.


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Brass Flagpole and Scottish Rampant Lion Flag (£75.00)

This is identical to the Brass Pole listed above, only this comes with a SIX x THREE Foot Scottish Rampant Lion Flag, which is in excellent condition.
Who remembers Ali Bongo producing this at the climax of his act, or the great Mark Raffles who also featured this in his Stage Act.


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Break a Way Fan (£18.00)

This is really nice, and an item which I have not seen before! A fan is used at some part of the act and when handed to a spectator, breaks apart. This is usually made in plastic but here is a very nice WOOD fan which works on the same principle.

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Breakdown Double Dove Vanish (£40.00)

A box is displayed resting on a shallow base. The lid is lifted and 2 doves placed inside. Piece by piece the box is dismantled and both doves have completely vanished! Exceptionally well made in wood and metal, this prop is in good working condition. Possibly made by Davenports.

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Card Penetration in Envelope (£10.00)

This is a small packet type trick sold by Prof. Ellis Stanyon circa 1920. It is actually very good and could still be performed today. The condition is 'as new' and is complete with printed instructions.

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Card Production from thin Air (£5.00)

This brings back memories for me! I bought this from Gamages around 1958 for 5/6 whwich was my two weeks pocket money!

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Card Sword (£200.00)

A pre-war card sword which has been authenticated as having been made by the German magic manufacturer, Bartl. c1920, the sword is in excelent condition. The handle can be detached for packing purposes. Photo available for this very rare item.

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Change Bag (£35.00)

A very nice traditional change bag with twist handle mechanism. A nice black velvet bag with gold lining for contrast, this is in very good condition.

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Cheeky Chinkee Postie (£3.50)

From the 1950's this little effect is in nice condition and still in it's original envelope!


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Chequers Mystery (£12.00)

Another old classic trick which has been explained in many books. Four coloured wood chequers penetrate a length of rope. The chequers can also be used in other effects, completewith illustrated instructions.

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Chink Cans (£18.00)

Two metal cannisters are used in this effect. One is filled with Rice which then multiplies to overflowing, The rice then changes into coloured confetti. Nicely made, with instructions by Davenports.

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Cig-a Silk (£7.00)

Sam Berland came up with this method of vanishing a lit cigarette. Simply cover it with a silk and it vanishes! Circa 1950.

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Coffee Vase (£30.00)

This is an early Coffee Vase made in tin. I do not know the maker but it is certainly pre-1950. In good condition and a nice piece for the collection.

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Coin Production at Fingertips (£15.00)

This is well made metal gimmick which allows the performer to produce an unlimited number of coins at his fingertips! From the Vampire Magic Studio (Max Andrews) this is circa 1955.

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Coin Tray (£5.00)

A simple tin tray, gimmicked so that a coin(s) can be loaded into your hand. Circa 1950.

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Coin-immick (£6.00)

A very early Supreme Magic item. A coin is made to vanish from the bare hand! It can also be made to appear, not a pull and no threads etc.

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Coin-immick (£7.50)

This early Supreme trick is rather interesting! A coin is shown resting on the performes fingers, by passing his other hand over the coin it changes in value and then changes a tird time. Nothing is added or taken away from the hands!

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Colour Charms (£110.00)

A quality piece of apparatus, made by Alan WarnerIn perfect condition.

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De Land Automatic Deck (£15.00)

This is a marked deck which was produced back in the 50's. The card value is depicted on he back of the card and is very easy to see once you know where to look! What makes this deck specil is the fact that it has never been opened - the USA tax seal is still intact as is the cellophne wrapper!

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De Lands 'Knock Out Card Trick (£7.00)

This is a pre-war packet card trick which first appered in 1908! Printed instructions are included with the cards and everything is still contained in the original printed envelope.

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Demon Block and Ribbon (£10.00)

A solid wood block with a hol;e passing through its centre is placed inside a wood frame and then a ribbon threaded through the frame and block. The magician causes the block to come free from the ribbon which is still threaded through the frame. Made in hard woods, this is difficult to date but is certainly pre-war.

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Demon Rods (£20.00)

Three small plated metal bars are shown. The performer shows that one has a rattle and then mixes it with the other two. Spectator then try to find the rattle but fail every time but the magician always manages to find it! The trick comes in the original pre-war box and is with instructions.

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Demon Wonder Box (£35.00)

This is a beautifully made Chrome Plated metal box. A classical prop which has stood the test of time. I have used mine with a puppet for many years and always had a great reaction from it.

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Der Kopfzerbrecher (£25.00)

This original German puzzle, dates from 1910. It consists of 7 plain brown coloured ceramic 'tiles'. The tiles can be formed into many different shapes, letters or pictures although some are quite hard to do unless you follow the illustrated instructions. This was produced by F. Ad. Richter & Co around 1910 and comes boxed, complete with the German booklet, puzzle Tiles and a 2 page printed leaflet with background information downloaded from the internet.

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Double Bang Wand (£21.00)

The magician waves his wand which makes a loud bang! This can be repeated a second time. Well made in metal, the and uses toy 'caps' as found in most good toy shops for a few pence. (No caps are supplied because they are classed as 'exposives' and it would be an offence to send through the post!)

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Ernest Sewell Cabinet of Conj. Tricks (£45.00)

In very good condition for its age, this cabinet of tricks dates c1925.

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Ethereal Cards (£4.00)

Another small packet card trick circa 1950, sold by the original Kaymar Magic Company.

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Evaporated Beer Mug (£15.00)

This is a well made gimmicked glass beer mug used by many performers, either for laughs or not.
It is no longer made although plastic models are readily available for around the same price as this!


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Find the Queen (£18.00)

Also known as 'Cherchez la Femme', the 3 wood houlettes and cards come in the original box as sold by Ellisdons, c 1950.

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Flame Thro Silk (£15.00)

A lit candle is resting on a stand. A silk hanky is lowered into the flame and then pulled all the way through with sustaining any damage! Nice little effect to include into a silk routine.

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Flash Cards (£8.00)

This is the original Brainwave Deck supplied by the late R.W. Hull and come with his instructions. Cards are in good condition.

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Flash Wand (£20.00)

The Flash Wand is loaded with a small piece of Flash Paper. This is ignited by the built in element which causes the paper to shoot through the air. The maker is unknown but the wand probably dates from the 1950's

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Flick Book (£10.00)

This is a novelty trick from the 1950's which was sold by Ellisdons of London. In excellent condition which is a bonus.

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From the end of my Cigar (£15.00)

This is a tape recording made by Vic Pinto and features the Professor himself...Dai Vernon.
Also included is the booklet which accompanied the tape which is still in its original box.


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Glass Evaporated Beer Jug (£20.00)

A large glass jug full of beer/milk is poured into a paper cone from where it vanishes into thin air! From Davenports with original instructions.

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Guldiplex (£20.00)

There are several versions of this effect around. This differs from the others because it is made from clear perspex. Coins are made to penetrate a playing card which is trapped between two perspex 'cylinders'. From Timmerman of Sweden.

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Hanky Frame Penetration (£25.00)

A handkerchief is borrowed from a spectator and then pinned to a wood frame and then covered with a sheet of paper. A knife, knitting needle or other 'weapon' is plunged through the paper without any harm being done to the handkerchief.
Well made vintage prop from Davenports.


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Heavy Air Tube (£35.00)

This is an early item fro Supreme Magic and was listed way back in the very first catalogue. It is in good condition and complete with the neccessary accessories and full routine.

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Hold That Tiger (£20.00)

This was produced by Jack Silver ( Silray Magic) in Edinburgh. I bought this from him as a young magician but for some reason it was never used! I only found it recently in a box in my attic after all these years! circa 1960.

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Hydro - Jell (£25.00)

Invented by Hen Fetch, this was sold in the U.K. by Harry Stanley. Specially made 'glass' in plastic with the fake it is still in very good condition. Comes with a copy of the origianal instructions.

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I.B.M. Playing Cards (£10.00)

This pack of cards was produced by the USA Playing Card Company for the IBM. they are in the original silver box and are top quality. The IBM motif is printed in blue on a white background with a red border on the outer edge of the cards. The cards are also silver edged and are in perfect condtion.

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Just Chance Tray (£12.50)

This little wooden tray is finished with a nice mahogany varnish. It is a traditional prop, useful in several different ways.

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Kanop (£15.00)

This card effect is from Theo Timmerman, Holland.
Good condition, rare and very collectable. With original instructions.


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Leat Switch Box (£20.00)

A very nice wooden box which can switch Billets,etc. Could also be used to produce small silks etc.

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Magical Programme (£7.50)

From the Magic Castle Productions, this theatre programme from 1984 features Johnny Hart and Zee, the Illusionist. In good clean condition.

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Magicians Pay Off (£10.00)

This trick was invented by Jo Stuthard and produced by Kaymar Magic circa 1954. Complete with instructions.

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Magicians Sixth Finger (£12.00)

This 'secret' tool for the magician has been used over the years for many purposes, most commonly to produce a silk in the empty hands. Buy one today and you will get a very realistic looking prop, and you can pay a considerable amount for one! This one will make you smile, it is hard to believe that, when made, this would have been highly rated by magicians of the day. Made from metal and wood, it has it's original paint and even a nail! It is hard to imagine a performer using this but in a gas lit theatre anything would have been possible!

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Magnetic Card Box (£12.00)

This nice wood card box has a magnetic flap which makes the handling a lot more easier (and safer!) will take poker siz cards.
It is in excellent condition.


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Marked Card in Balloon (£45.00)

A traditional magic trick, this is nicely plated and works well. Made by Master Craftsman 'Yimka' for Harry Stanley, with instructions.

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Marked Card in Balloon (£45.00)

This classic piece of apparatus was made by 'Yimka' who was Harry Stanley's Master Mechanic. It is a lovely prop and has instructions written by Ken Brooke.

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Max Andrews Supplement Catalogues 1 & 2 (£12.00)

Two printed catalogues by Max Andrews who operated Vampire Magic. Many of his items are now highly collectable and considered classics!

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Multi Magic Glass (£30.00)

Another invention from Hen Fetch, this is similar to the Hydro Jell glass but is further gimmicked to allow the liquid used to actually vanish! Self contained and beautifully made in plastic, it also has a copy of the original instructions for its care and use.

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Nudist Deck (£10.00)

The cards were originlly supplied by Douglas Hood and has "Another Hoodwinks Mystery" label on the card case. The cards are as new and I have included a copy of the excellent instructions written by Ken Brooke for the trick.

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Numino (£15.00)

Here is a clever close up trick using two dominoes. A spectator is asked to name any number from 1 - 10 and shows two dominoes, one a double five and the other a double blank. The performer then states he will make the chosen number of spots jump from the double five dominoe onto the double blank. This he does without any false moves or funny business! This is a rather clever idea from German magician, Marvillo which was released in the 1960's. With instructions.

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Old Mother Hubbard (£10.00)

This was made by Jack Silver (Silray Magic) who was based in Edinburgh. It is a little adult 'quickie' done to the slightly altered nursery rhyme! c 1960.

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Oswald Williams Signature Tune (£18.00)

A strip of tissue paper is torn and restored -twice! Gimmicks are containes in a nicely made wood box which makes the trick a lot easier to do. c 1940

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Phantom Pennies (£8.00)

This coin trick is probably pre WW2 and is supplied complete in the original envelope togeether with the printed instructions!

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Plink Plonk Plink (£18.00)

This is an unusual trick withan unusual name! A small 'box' is shown empty and then closed by means of a slide. When reopened a pack of cards makes its appearance which are then u Switch Can

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Polly Paddle (£18.00)

This first appeared in Abra and is a very nice Paddle Routine suitable for the stand up performer. An original effect and routine by Louis Histed.

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Pop Eyed Pips (£18.00)

This is a comedy card effect made famous by Ken Brooke. In good condition and with KB's instructions.

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Punch and Judy Doorstops (£50.00)

This is definately something different! A pair of cast iron door stops, one depicting Mr Punch and the other Judy. These would look in any entrance or door way. Because they are heavy, I would send via a Courier Service but please email first to confirm details.

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Roterburg Card Box - Brass (£50.00)

The pre-war Roterburg Card box was imported from Germany, and this all brass model is still in good condition. Has many uses, and not just for Card effects!

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Roterburg Card Box - Plated (£45.00)

This pre-war prop imported from Germany is a very clever card box. This box is nickle plated and in nice condition.

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Say When (£15.00)

This is a classic prop from Davenports. An empty glass is placed inside a small tin can and the lid placed on. When the glass is removed a few seconds later, it is full of liquid which can be drunk etc.

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Spirit Frame (£10.00)

A picture or card is made to appear in this little wood picture frame.

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Stop It (£10.00)



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Ten Little Black Boys (£7.00)

A neat little close up caard effect, which although not politically correct today, is still scarce and collectable.

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Thumb Tie (£6.00)

Supplied is a neat metal gimmick designed to make the Thumb Tie easier to master.

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Turn Bak Cards (£12.00)

this is a very early and scarce item by Ned Williams, later to become better known as Robert Harbin.

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Up in Annies Room (£8.00)

A number of printed cards are used in this amusing trick with a slightly saucy patter. With printed instructions.

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Wig Wam (£25.00)

An early Children's effect made by Jack Silver (Silray Magic) Silk screened cards and instructions included. Circa 1960

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