VINTAGE (AND NOT SO VINTAGE) MAGIC 01-19-11

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Postby Garry Hayes » 01/20/11 02:37 AM

First Come, First Served. Do not hesitate and be disappointed. Only one of each item.

DO NOT Post or Send a PM. If you are interested in purchasing, send an EMAIL, including your name, mailing address, and the items you are interested in buying: mrmagician@bellsouth.net.

The earliest email date / time stamp will determine the successful buyer. If you ask questions about an item, that does not constitute that you are buying it. When you commit to buy, that is the only time you're email date / time stamp will be considered.

Payment: We accept Paypal: mrmagician@bellsouth.net , Cashiers Checks, and Personal Checks (Personal Check purchases held for two weeks for clearing.)

Shipping: All items are postpaid within the United States. All prices include shipping. If you want Priority Mail, add $4.00 to each order. Insurance will be additional. I recommend you purchase Insurance. Without insurance, it is your choice and risk. When inquiring, please specify if you want Priority Mail and/or Insurance.

International Buyers - International Buyers (including Canada) will pay via PayPal in US Dollars ($). The below
prices DO NOT include shipping charges. Please email me at mrmagician@bellsouth.net for total, including shipping charges.

Stay tuned for more "goodies" to come. HAPPY BUYING!

thanks,
Garry Hayes
P O Box 148711
Nashville, TN 37214
USA
615-885-6296
mrmagician@bellsouth.net

ITEMS ARE LISTED LEFT TO RIGHT, BENEATH EACH PHOTO

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1. SYM-PAT RISE. By Pat Conway. A matchbox is held in the hand, between the fingers and thumb. The drawer opens up, on it's on accord. You can take a match out and use it. There are no threads. The drawer can be moved from the cover. The matches can be dumped out. Both sides of cover can be looked at. The spectator can look at the inside of the cover and the inside of the drawer. You can slide the drawer back into the cover and immediately repeat the rise. Ingenious. Unless you have seen one of these, you have no idea how this one is done. These are hard to find. Came out in the 1980's. Complete in the original protective box and instructions. $11.00

2. CROSSED RIBBONS, SUPREME MAGIC. Two Match Boxes. each has a marked X on them. One has a Red X, the other a Blue X. You show a Red Ribbon is in the one with the Blue X and a REd Ribbon is in the matchbox with a Red X. Separate the two matchboxes. Magically, you make the two colored ribbons change places, while the spec sees the colored X on both boxes the whole time. This is another ingenious matchbox trick. The method is something you would not think of. Comes complete, with the two matchboxes, the two colored ribbons, and the original instructions. $8.00

3. CHATTERING TEETH, EARLY LOFTUS, 1982. Never used. Works great. In original box, with key. $5.00

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4. SILKS FROM NEWSPAPER. Comes in original box, with original instructions. Originally Sold, without Silks. Supply Your own. Take a sheet of newspaper and show both sides. Poke a hole through any spot on the newspaper and immediately pull a silk through. Repeat again, twice, if using small silks. $6.50

5. Devils Hank. No instructions. This is a large one 22" x 22". Very Durable. Pocket is about 8.5 " wide and 9" deep. Very deceptive. Like new. No instructions.Show the hanky on both sides. Fold all four corners up, holding the hanky by the 4 corners. Put something inside the hanky. let go of the corners and the item has vanished. Show both sides. Because of the type of material and the side of the hanky, it is very deceptive. Make anything disappear that will fit int he secret pocket - deck of cards, small live snake, or live canary. $8.50

6. FANNING POWER AND SUZZEE CARD APPLICATOR. Tired of trying to fan an old deck of cards that looks crappy? Take about 2 minutes, run each card individually through this contraption and you will be fanning like the pros. $7.00

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7. BRASS CHINESE COINS. A shell brass chinese coin and a brass chinese coin. Another brass chinese coin. A solid brass coin that looks like the others, except it does not have a hole throught the middle. The chinese markings are the same on all four items. No instructions provided. $8.50

8. LOCKING 21 CENT TRICK. There were several Johnson Products items in this collection. This is probably a Johnson Products. No instructions. To separate coin, just put in a small glass and shake the coin around in it. Put 21 cents in your hand. Take one nickel out. That should leave 16 cents. When you open your hand there is nothing. The remaining coins vanished - Poof! $7.00

9. CHEEKY CHIP, The Studio. A poker chip appears, disappears, and even penetrates a borrowed hanky. A 3 phase routine. Copmplete with directions. $5.00

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10. CAMERA CARDS, Daryl. A spec selects a playing card. The magician displays three large cards that become parts of a camera. One is the front of the camera, one the back. The blank film card (shown on both sides), is placed in between the 2 camera cards and the magi "takes a picture". When the large film card is removed, a large picture of the selected card is on it. Complete with instructions. Use your own deck to force a card. $7.00

11. LASSO CARD TRICK, Rich Marotta, A paper bag is shown empty. A card is selected from a deck. The deck is dropped into the bag by a spectator. The cards can be mixed up. A rope is let down into the bag. You do not put your hand into the bag, just the rope. When the rope is pulled out, it has lassoed the selected card. Ye Haw. Self contained. You do not have to sneak anything into or out of the paper bag. Comes with the special rope, the paper bag, and instructions. A Good Kids Trick. $12.00

12. LIPS, Binarelli / Ouellet / Camirand Academy of Magic. This is so old, no one is doing it now. It is a good trick for cocktail walk around, especially if you are trying to pick up a girl. A lady picks a card from a blue backed deck and replaces it. She blows a kiss at the deck. Her blue back card blushes and turns into a Red backed card. When the card is turned over, the lady's lip print is seen on the the card's face. Complete with instructions and extra cards that can be swapped out so it can be repeated at the same function. No ladies supplied. $7.50

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13. DOUBLE TAILED HALF, Johnson Products. No instructions. $8.00

14. LEGAL TENDER, Steve Dushek. A Silver to Brass Chinese Coin, Back to Silver Rapid Fire Changes. Easy to Do. No Sleights. Comes complete with the gimmicked coins, a special card, and the original instructions. $12.50

15. AQUA PIPS. The spec selects a card and writes it on a small post-it note. The post it note is rolled up and placed in a small ashtray. Magi pours water on the paper and the paper expands into the number and suit of the card. THE PIPS THAT EXPANDS ARE REUSEABLE. Complete with different numbers and pips. Also the original instructions. $5.00

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16. HOUDINI, UNLOCKING THE SECRETS VHS VIDEO AND 25 TRICKS WITH A SCOTCH AND SODA / DIME AND PENNY VHS VIDEO. The Houdini video has performers Lance Burton, Mac King, Charlotte Pendragon, Jonathan and Charlotte Pendragon together, and Brett Daniels, You get both for $12.00

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17. THE McCLINTOCK TWIST VHS VIDEO and THE SECRETS OF MAGIC VHS VIDEO. The Secrets of magic video has Paul Harris, Derek Dingle, Frank Garcia, Bernard Bills, David Roth, and Tony Hassini. You get both for $12.00

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18. THE HIDDEN HARE CARD TRICK, Harry Blackstone, Jr. 4 cards are shoen with Four Empty Top Hats. A couple of the hats now have rabbits in them. The backs have four carrots. Two of the carrots get eaten up. Then the tale of a rabbit is seen sticking out of a hat. Baby Rabbits appear. Then a card with three cards on it appear. ( You could force those cards at the beginning). Only sleight - Elmsley Count. Complete with instructions. $4.00

19. PET INTELLIGENCE, Jam Magic. Several pet cards are shown individually and through an intelligence match test, one is selected for the magi. A spec does the same test and ends up with a Pet Rock card that has not been seen in the group of cards. $3.50

20. THE KOCKOMAMY KOIN CUP, Al Cohen - You can do several things with this nicely gimmicked metal cup. It fits nicely in your pocket for walk around. You can do a coins across routine with it, you can change a coin into another coin or obect. You can borrow a quarter and it will bend in your hand. The cup works with nickels, quarters, or half dollars. Complete, with instructions. Very nice, like all of the Al Cohen items were. $12.50
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Postby Garry Hayes » 01/20/11 10:58 AM

1.SYM-PAT RISE - SOLD
2. CROSSED RIBBONS - SOLD
3. CHATTERING TEETH - SOLD
5. Devils Hank - SOLD
8. LOCKING 21 CENT TRICK - SOLD
13. DOUBLE TAILED HALF - SOLD
14. LETHAL TENDER - SOLD
20. THE KOCKOMAMY KOIN CUP - SOLD
Garry Hayes
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Postby Garry Hayes » 01/20/11 10:34 PM

18. THE HIDDEN HARE CARD TRICK - SOLD
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Postby Garry Hayes » 01/21/11 10:29 AM

9. CHEEKY CHIP - SOLD
11. LASSO CARD TRICK - SOLD
19. PET INTELLIGENCE - SOLD
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Postby Garry Hayes » 01/21/11 11:40 AM

10. CAMERA CARDS - SOLD
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Postby Garry Hayes » 01/22/11 04:38 PM

7. BRASS CHINESE COINS - SOLD
12. LIPS - SOLD
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