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Clatter Box (Wooden) by Unknown

(c. 1990) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Jack Hughes invented the Clatter Box and it appears in his World of Magic Vol. 2.

When it comes to clatter boxes, the more real the box looks the better the impact on the audience. This box doesn’t use the typical Jack Hughes approach, but rather a magnet in the top which can be on or off. Nice prop, that looks like an expensive box, rather than a magicians prop.

Effect: After removing a silk from it, the performer passes a wooden to a spectator to hold. Saying that he is going to pass a silk back to the box. The magician vanishes it and asks the volunteer to open the box. On doing so the victim is amazed to find that the box breaks into several pieces which fall to the ground with a crash, while the helper is left holding the handle from which hangs the missing silk.

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Approx. Price: $70.00 (2001) ***

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1 review for Clatter Box (Wooden) by Unknown

  1. Andy Martin

    The more expensive it looks the more fun!

    When it comes to clatter boxes, the more real the box looks the better the impact on the audience. This box doesn’t use the typical Jack Hughes approach, but rather a magnet in the top which can be on or off. Nice prop, that looks like an expensive box, rather than a magicians prop.

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