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Anverdi Barking Dog (Version 1) by Anverdi

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Anverdi’s Surprise Box is one his his finest creations. But the idea also spawned a number of other really wonderful ideas. The cutest of all is the Anverdi Barking Dog. The mechanics of the effect is basically the same as the Surprise Box, but instead of a card box closing when it comes to her card, an adorable little dog starts barking and stomping his feet.

This plays very well with the ladies and children. They can choose any card and it works flawlessly every time! It is electronic but there are no external remotes or anything to touch once the dealing begins.

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Approx. Price: $500.00 (2015) ***

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1 review for Anverdi Barking Dog (Version 1) by Anverdi

  1. Andy Martin

    I love this puppy! So I’ve wanted one of these little guys for a while now and I recently picked up two (see the other one here). After a little bit of tweaking both work perfectly though they have a slightly different mechanism. But once set they work the same way as far as the spectator is concerned.

    The spectator chooses a card (no force) and the cards are shuffled and they slowly deal cards one at a time in front of the dog. As they place the cards down suddenly the dog starts moving around towards the latest card placed down. The next card is turned over and it is their chosen card. You take the card away from the dog and he stops moving. The unit is all self contained and there are no remotes or other gimmicks – it is all triggered by the special card.

    This is basically a really cute version of the Anverdi Surprise Box and the ladies love it!

    This dog had had a little damage, but the effect works fine even if the dog has a little bit of a gimp with a damaged jaw – from a performance point of view it doesn’t make a lot of difference, but if you were a collector the other version I have is the better of the two.

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