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RSVP Box (Lippincott Box) by Matthew Wright

(c. 2017) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

The RSVP Box is a modern looking Lippincott Box that works well.  The Lippincott Box was originally called Quarter Go and was invented c. 1949 by Jack Lippincott and sold by Don Redmon, Max Holden and others.

Effect: RSVP Box is an amazing utility tool that can make any small object appear, vanish, and transform into another item. Here’s an absolute classic of magic reinvented for the modern performer. This sleek-looking black ring box is extremely simple to use and comes with many routines suitable for walk around, close-up, parlor, and stage, including a variation of Matthew Wright’s FISM award-winning routine.

With routines including cards, rings and money, RSVP Box really is suitable for all occasions. With two hours of detailed instructions, no stone is left unturned. The box comes supplied with a velvet carry bag that allows for some never before possible “in the open” switches. The box is magnetically locking and can be handled by the spectator, who is also able to remove the object from inside the box themselves. No more need for funny switches and moves at the climax of the routine — the item in the box really is the item.

With bonus routines, including a card trick with no cards, RSVP Box is one of the most versatile props around and is a must for both magicians and mentalists alike.

RSVP Box comes with velvet carry bag and downloadable video instructions. Please note that the padlock is NOT included and must be bought separately.

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Includes: Online Instructions.

Approx. Price: $59.95 (2020) ***

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