Condition: Excellent Condition – Stamped
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Certified by SME curator Bill Trotter. Keith Bogart Collection
Klingl magic – Vienna: Zauber-Klingl, ca. 1950.
Sample Effect: The magician states he is going to try and exercise in ESP using four different colored casino chips along with a ordinary box composed of hardwood, The box has a sliding tray that, when opened, reveals four circular holes. The magi instructs the spectator to place the different colored chips, as they choose inside the unit, and when finished slide the tray firmly shut. (NOTE: Before the spectators execute this task, the magician either turns his back or leaves the room completely.)
At the performers desire, he is able to divine exactly the order the chips were placed.
A good performer knows timing…. When to make a revelation is just as important as how the revelation is made. This unique principle puts you in the drivers seat and when you realize that various different objects can be employed, the routines are endless. For example, not only will you know the exact sequential relationship of certain coins, but you can also reveal if they are “heads” or “tails” — either on the bottom side of the box or top!
The unit is simply elegant and beautiful. The craftsmanship is as good as it could ever be. While the photos illustrate this, only until the tactile handing is employed will you really know the true extent of this treasure both in construction and it’s ability to give you information in the most diabolic and unique method. You will truly posses “X-Ray” vision!
- No Magnets!
- The coins and/or poker chips are ordinary in every way.
- No Electronics!
- Use Coins, Japanese Coins, Tokens, (or anything that will fit in the try) as well!