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Prediction Chest by George Richbark

(c. 1999) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

This was the first prediction chest I ever saw using a key injection method and like many magicians before me I was very intrigued and loved the method and the James Bond gadget factor. I brought it from Joe Stevens at Magi Fest 2001.

Effect: It features a single chest without the secondary strong box that George Richbark created a year later with his Millennium Prediction Chest.

Creating a reliable two box key injection system is much harder than a single chest one so although this was $800 twenty years ago that was a lot less than the $2000+ figures being asked for similar sized two box systems, including George’s Millennium set.  As a single box this version was very reliable and worked perfectly. The box looked very beautiful too with inlays and two toned hard woods. The downside with all key injection based chests is the tiny size of the prediction compared with the size of the box – this is particularly true with single box systems.  But they are still cool 🙂

My favorite key injection prediction chest is still the Tim Star one here.

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Approx. Price: $800.00 (2001) ***

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1 review for Prediction Chest by George Richbark

  1. Andy Martin

    This was the first prediction chest I ever saw using a key injection method and like many magicians before me I was very intrigued and loved the method and the James Bond gadget factor. I brought it from Joe Stevens at Magi Fest 2001. It features a single chest without the secondary strong box that George Richbark created a year later with his Millennium Prediction Chest.

    Creating a reliable two box key injection system is much harder than a single chest one so although this was $800 twenty years ago that was a lot less than the $2000+ figures being asked for similar sized two box systems, including George’s Millennium set.  As a single box this version was very reliable and worked perfectly. The box looked very beautiful too with inlays and two toned hard woods. The downside with all key injection based chests is the tiny size of the prediction compared with the size of the box – this is particularly true with single box systems.  But they are still cool 🙂

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