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Sympathetic Cards -- original E&W edition


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Still one of my favorite packet effects to come out of the 1970's packet trick big bang, fueled by the genius of Goldstein, Trost and Emerson & West (the Lennon & McCartney of packet tricks!)   This one was created by Magic Ronnay (from Austria), and produced by E&W as part of their prolific packet line.

Magi shows four faceup jokers and four facedown jokers.   A facedown joker is added to the faceup jokers, and they all turn facedown.   A faceup is added to the facedowns, and they turn faceup.   This is repeated a few times. Finally, the backs of the eight cards, which were blue throughout the routine, suddenly change to all different colors.   Oh yeah, and a few of the jokers turn into Aces!   

Very startling, and not hard to do if you know the basic packet trick sleights and counts.

Vintage item from late 1970's -- Very hard to find this classic effect in it's original E&W format -- with original cards, wallet, original instructions, and Q-card (handy bullet point instructions on a card about the size of a business card).     This one is complete and in ALMOST mint condition.  (There is some pink ink transfer onto the Q card, and the original generic vinyl outer sleeve is missing.).     Otherwise, everything appears to be unused and in like new condition.

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Sequence -- original E&W version
Not one of the better known packet effects put out by Emerson and West in the 1970's, but Sequence is one of the better ones.  Maybe it never gained huge popularity because the cards looked like, well, CARDS -- they did not have cartoon pictures on their faces of dogs, or eight balls, or hamman eggs!  But the clean handling of this clear and straightforward effect -- four blank face cards print values, Ace through Four in sequence -- makes this one of the more magical and visual packet effects of theat era.  And since the magic community has apparently out-grown its love for those novelty card pictures, the "normalness" of Sequence has a very modern and updated feel.  (For the record, i still love a few of those crazy cartoon packet effects  -- like Color monte, Nick Trost's Roadrunner Trick and his Polish Poker, and E&W's Auto Suggestion...OK, I love most of them still!  But I also love Sequence for its clean and clear plot and handling and normal looking cards!    I have a few of these that turned up in a dealer's liquidation.  This is brand new, even though it is from original Emerson and west production back in the 1970's. Collector alert!
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