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Lightbulb Penetration by Milson-Worth

(c. 1987) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Effect: Milson-Worth’s Lightbulb Penetration is a true masterpiece of the illusionist’s art. It was invented by Eric C. Lewis and developed by Milson-Worth. The Lightbulb Penetration illusion comprises a brass lamp stand with a bare light bulb, a long metal needle, and one empty golden cannister – all to be freely examined by your audience both before and after your performance.

During your routine you may wish to pass two silks through the light bulb in criss-cross fashion, and show your audience that they visibly penetrate the lighted bulb, the illusion is that good!

The brass light stand is of heavy construction, 24 3/4 inch tall with the globe bulb, and the base has a 5 1/2 inch diameter.

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Approx. Price: $700.00 (2009) ***

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1 review for Lightbulb Penetration by Milson-Worth

  1. George Guerra

    Atypical MW item, but one great illusion

    Saw this item for sale on ebay by John Mendoza and decided to bring out the one sitting in my collection for 19 years. Forgot what a great illusion this is. I guess it’s easy to miss this one for it’s simple, straightforward design and construction in contrast to the rest of the Milson-Worth line. However, it is a well built fooler and one you will want to perform, while the rest of your MW collection sits pretty on the shelf.

    The pictures tells it all. With a simple idea, the whole apparatus can be examined in the beginning and at the end of the routine to further add confusion to this mystery. As far as I can tell, it was never pictured in any MW catalogue, but casually mentioned in the price lists that accompany the catalogues.

    The brass light stand is of heavy construction, 24 3/4 inch tall with the globe bulb, and the base has a 5 1/2 inch diameter. Overall, a beautiful effect and recommended if you can find one for sale.

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