Rodger Lovins’ The Shaker, Ian Adair’s The Egg Nest and Dick Barry’s King Tut’s Magic Pyramid

Winning Bid: $61.00

You are bidding on all three effects.  See below for details. All are as new.

Estimate $80-120

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Item condition: New

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The Shaker

The magician places a ball inside of a salt shaker. He covers the shaker with a napkin. Upon removing the napkin from the shaker, the ball has vanished and is found inside of the magicians pocket. The Magician then places the ball back inside of the shaker. Once again the shaker is covered with the napkin. He gives it a little shake and the ball drops out from under the napkin onto the table! The magician then places the ball onto his open outstretched hand. He picks up the shaker and hits the ball. The spectators see the ball VISIBLY penetrate the bottom of the salt shaker! WOW!

The magician then opens the shaker and pours the ball onto the table! He then places the ball back inside of the shaker, replaces the lid, and covers it with a napkin. He tells the spectators that he will make the ball vanish once more. He crushes the napkin with his hand and the ball and shaker have both vanished!

Easy to do!

No reset!

Perfect for close up or table magic!

SHAKER is one of those effects you will use for many applications. Comes with everything you need.

This special gimmicked salt shaker is also great for your favorite Chop Cup routine. Add Shaker to Ultimate Coin Purse for an amazing finale.

Comes complete Shaker, 2 balls, gimmick, and instructions.

The Egg Nest

From the fertile mind of Ian Adair, prolific creator and author of some 240+ magic books, comes this gem of a “Just Chance” effect, suitable for most audiences, and all performing conditions.

The performer shows a clear net bag, one the audience can easily see right through. In this “nest” are five different coloured eggs, from some exotic rainbow bird. Four spectators participate. Each freely picks an egg from the bag, lucky dip style. No Forces, or “outs”, and the last egg is left for the performer.

When the four spectator’s eggs are “cracked open”, they contain candy, or consolation messages. A spectator can open the performer’s egg (he needn’t touch it at all), and it has a diamond ring, or a large denomination currency bill.

You have complete control over the contents of your selection, and theirs. If you prefer, you could have the four kids get trinket jewelry, while you get the insides of a real egg!  Or have five spectators participate, including the birthday boy or girl, who gets the prize. And it need not be the last egg selected or left behind, the birthday boy can take his pick any time, and still get his prize.

This is very simple, very clever, very deceptive, and the props look attractive. It’s easy to do,

King Tut’s Magic Pyramid


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Date Bid User Auto
March 30, 2021 8:13 pm$61.00Private Auto
March 30, 2021 8:13 pm$56.00Private
March 30, 2021 7:52 pm$40.00Private
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