|The picture shows all (13) Old Magic Related Items in this lot. These are all older items. Some have instructions but some do not. Included are the following:|
Boxed deck of ESP Cards. These were used for testing Extra Sensory Perception. They were printed in the U.S.A., copyrighted 1937 by J.B. Rhine, and were developed in Parapsychology Laboratory at Duke University. Inside the box there are (25) cards with symbols and (2) instruction cards. They are in excellent condition.
Boxed King Tut Mysterious Mummy. This Magic Egyptian Mummy appears to come alive and refuse to go back into the casket. It is ©1973 by Franco American Novelty Company. The instructions are on the side of the box. It is in mint condition.
Diamond Match Box. This box has matches inside and there is a secret compartment that contains a small but strong magnet to be used in different magic tricks.
Magnetic Red Square. No instructions with this one. It comes with (4) round tin disks.
Fake Tin Thumb. This has no instructions, but I have seen it used before with cigarette magic tricks.
(2) Metal Paddles with decals. Again no instuctions, but these are obviously slight of hand tricks. One paddle has a dressed woman on one side and the same woman naked on the other side. The other has a curved arrow on one side and a straight arrow on the other. Although not dated these are believed to be from the 1940's. They are in near mint to mint condition.
(2) Brass Nuts. No instructions. One of these secretly comes apart into two pieces and can be taken off a bolt without it being unscrewed. It is not obvious were it comes apart. It is in mint condition.
Old Daddy & Jack's Joke Shop Advertising Card. This card pictures a Jester on one side and has a "Phantom Baseball" trick on the other. Both sides have advertising, a Boston, Massachusetts address, and many Magic, Puzzle, Trick, and Novelty items are listed. It is in near mint condition.
Included is an old Adam's Plastic "Snapper" Trick. It has a white and red section.
Lastly in this lot there are (3) card trick envelopes. There are no instructions and they are as found. One is a "Phantom Card Trick". It has (2) made up sections of playing cards. Next is a "Thick Double Card For Locations". This is a made up playing card. I don't know how it is used. The picture card used has the Statue of Liberty and two old Steamships. The other side has a card back design. The last envelope only contains a cracked plastic piece. On the envelope it reads "Disolving Card" (It must have worked! haha!)
All of these old Magic Tricks for one price! To judge the sizes the Advertising Card measures 4-1/4" x 2-3/4".