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Bengal Net by Sam Dalal

(c. 1995) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

The Bengal Net was invented by the prolific inventor: U.F. Grant c. 1953.

Effect: The Bengal Net uses one of the most deceptive optical principles for the visual vanish of items ranging from silks and handkerchiefs to a real motorcycle, complete with rider. A clear see through net hangs in front of an opaque banner. The net is folded in half, and the object to be vanished is placed in the neck cradle, clearly visible. The performer releases the net, and as it drops open the object has vanished into thin air.

Our model is a handy size, large enough to vanish a dove or baby rabbit, (the photo is with a real dove) or anything similar. Large enough to be seen on a big stage, yet you can use this before an audience a few feet away.

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Approx. Price: $20.00 (2001) ***

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