Exclusive From Stevens Magic Emporium… Available Again…The Original Hand Of Cleopatra! After many years of being off the magic market, we are proud to announce that we can-once again-offer this beautiful piece of magic! Thanks to Harold Voit, ZauberZentrale, Germany, for making this available to us and the magic fraternity. One of the most magical effects in magic. Clever…diabolic…and fools magicians as well as spectators. Cleopatra’s Hand will find objects in envelopes, cards and miscellaneous items placed around her pyramid. A golden pyramid, along with a golden sarcophagus is placed on the table and her hand is placed upon the top of the pyramid and given a spin. When it stops, it will be pointing to the selected item that is ONLY known by the spectators. Can be repeated immediately and it always stops wherever the selected secreted item is! Performer does not handle the pyramid or the hand during the routine! Everything takes place in the spectator’s hands. You supply the cards or envelopes. Don’t be mislead by the “knock offs” as they do NOT compare. Don’t miss out on this miracle! LIMITED QUANTITIES!
COMPLETE SET OF FIVE…For the first time ever, Stevens Magic is proud to offer you exclusively, a set of five music boxes playing the music performed by Robert-Houdin’s magic “Soirees” in the mid-19th Century. These original tunes have been transposed into crystal-clear mechanical music. The “Quadrilles Fantastiques” were piano themes performed during Robert-Houdin’s magic show. Each of the five boxes plays a different piano theme used by Robert-Houdin himself! Collectors and magicians alike will be enthralled by this timeless, elegant and mystical collection. Each complete collection comes with a crystal case, poster and documentation.
Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to get what is sure to be a collector’s item. Thanks to our friend, Georges Proust (Academe de Magie), Jean-Luc Muller and Philippe Sayous PLEASE NOTE: The music boxes are constructed in Paris, hand assembled by some of the finest crafters in the art of music boxes, clockwork and automata. Because of this, the manufacturer is unable to meet large demands. Nonetheless, the maker wants this line to be accessible to the magic community in such a manner that it can be achieved financially, but still be worthy of the memory of a great magician. The music featured on these timeless boxes includes the following: 1. Antonia Diavolo-considered as Robert-Houdin’s mechanical masterpiece. 2. The “Pastry-Cook of the Palais-Royal”. 3. The “Magic Portfolio” or “Carton Fantasique” 4. La Suspension – Eugene 5. L’Oranger
Due to the overwhelming demand for this item – we cannot at this time provide you with an estimated delivery date! From the brilliant mind of Masuda, comes his lasted effect – WOW! Forget about any other transformations you have seen or dreamed about in the past – this one is IT! This effect can be used as a final to any ambitious card routine or simply when you want to "visually" change one card into another! Another effect is to have a spectator select a card and sign his name on the face, and return it in the deck. At this point the magician takes a card and slides it into a thin plastic, transparent envelope. He asks the spectator if that is their chosen card – and the spectator says – NO! This is where the magic happens – right in front of their eyes – the card visually changes from the incorrect card to the correct, signed card! This is the one everyone is talking about and has been a sell out at all the national conventions. Also available is Masuda’s latest DVD (performance only) – The Collected Works of Masuda! The DVD highlights many of his other mind-blowing effects too! Check our site for, "Masuda" in the search engine to find many other effects available from one of magic’s most creative thinkers!
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