Majestic Homing Die by Magic Wagon, Simon Corneille(c. 2014) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
The Magic Wagon machine keeps on moving forward and they seem to be getting more input from collectors and magic fans around the world because their effects are getting stronger and stronger. This is a wonderful illusion using ideas from already strong existing magic ideas combined together to make something of a feature mini close-up illusion. If you perform any sort of formal close-up you’ll love this. It is easy to do and totally amazing!
Effect: We are pleased to present this baffling transposition effect! Special thanks to Mr. Simon Corneille for adapting this classic of magic enabling us to add it to our other Majestic effects!
A beautiful golden casket is seen hanging in full view. The lid is removed showing three “ivory” dice inside. One of the dice is openly removed and placed into a small golden chest. The performer places the chest on the opposite side of the table and hangs the casket back on the stand, isolating it completely. The performer then pretends to take the die from the small chest and toss it towards the casket. To everyone’s great surprise, the die has actually vanished from the small chest only to be found back in the casket!
The casket measures approximately 6cms wide x 3cms high x 3cms deep and the small chest is 3cms cubed without the lid. The base of the stand is 4.5” in diameter and the stand itself stands about 8.5” high with a nice zinc plating, making an attractive and impressive display.
This is a beautiful piece of magic apparatus. The entire outfit is absolutely striking in appearance and the photos really don’t do it justice.
Each set has been delicately and individually hand-crafted by our own artist.
Approx. Price: $199.95 (2014) ***Notice: I am not a dealer and this item is not for sale on this site. It maybe available in the links below or at our sister site: qualitymagicsales.com, but not from here so please do not ask.
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