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Black and White Transpo (Willi Wessel Collection) by Alan Warner

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For more details on Willi Wessel’s unique Alan Warner collection click here.

(Notice: the video uses a P&L Ultra Card Box, but you can also use your pocket or similar method for the exchange. The Card Box is not included with the effect.)

One of Alan’s rarer items from his early painted period. This is a very effective and easy to do transposition of two wooden chips. If you are familiar with Al Baker’s and Nate Liepzig’s coin box c. 1934 then you might have a clue to how this works. Otherwise it will fool you every time. A very fast transposition without any sleights or tricky moves. You’ll be happy with this simple and elegant beauty.

Effect: The performer opens a small box and removes two wooden chips – one white one black, THE WHITE ONE HAVING A HOLE THROUGH ITS CENTRE. The black chip is replaced in the box and the lid closed, the white one being placed in the performer’s pocket.

A SNAP OF THE FINGERS and the transposition takes place…THE SOLID BLACK CHIP is found in the performer’s pocket and THE WHITE ONE WITH THE HOLE is now in the box.

The tiny wooden box supplied with the effect is of modern design: the exterior is finished in red and black lacquers and the interior is lined with red felt.

One of those ideal “quick” tricks which would fit in between your longer routines. Complete with instructions.

A NOVEL CLOSE-UP EFFECT YOU WILL ENJOY PERFORMING!

BEAUTIFUL HANDCRAFTED APPARATUS

The apparatus comes complete with The Alan Warner Routine.

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Approx. Price: $180.00 (2020) ***

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1 review for Black and White Transpo (Willi Wessel Collection) by Alan Warner

  1. Andy Martin

    For more details on Willi Wessel’s unique Alan Warner collection click here.

    One of Alan’s rarer items from his early painted period. This is a very effective and easy to do transposition of two wooden chips. If you are familiar with Al Baker’s and Nate Liepzig’s coin box c. 1934 then you might have a clue to how this works. Otherwise it will fool you every time. A very fast transposition without any sleights or tricky moves. You’ll be happy with this simple and elegant beauty.

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