This set of two wooden boxes that nest is used for a stunning effect. The props are nicely made, and impressive, which makes them well-suited to an equally impressive routine.
A borrowed bill is signed by the spectator and wrapped in a hanky. The spectator holds the hank and bill, while the magi brings out a handsome wooden box, locked with a padlock. The box is now given to another spectator to hold. Like magic, the bill is caused to disappear from the hanky, and when the spectator opens the locked box, another box with a tightly closed clasp is found inside. This is opened by the spectator, and the signed bill is found inside it!
Could also cause a borrowed ring or lady's watch to appear inside the double box. The Lippincott principle taken to a new level. Made in India, but one of the nicest items to come out of that country's many magic manufacturering efforts. Typically sells for about $49-$59...and worth every penny of that! But I got a great deal on a few of them, so you can get it here for much less, unless someone buys the last one before you decided. So don't wait to long!
Brand new with instructions. (Size: the large box is about 5 inches across)
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