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Chain ReleaseHoudini was most famous for his escapes. Sometimes he used shackles just like these.
Appearing Flower In Pot With WandFlowers appearing from "nowhere" helped Houdini fill his shows with colorful magic.
Encyclopedia of Rope Tricks BookRopes could never hold Houdini- and he used many of the tricks found in this book.
Cups and BallsHoudini's earliest trick. He made little balls appear, reappear and vanish inside small cups. This is actually one of the oldest tricks in magic.
Linking RingsThe trick Houdini saw as a young boy, the trick that inspired him to become a magician. This is another one of the oldest tricks in magic.
Ball VaseA trick Houdini carried in his pocket, especially to amuse his friends. Another classic magic effect, with no skill required.
Candy PanEven Houdini had a sweet tooth! In his books, he wrote about the joy of producing sweet treats and little prizes for his young fans.
Egg BagProduction of ordinary items, like eggs, was a trick that delighted Houdini. To him, it was pure magic.
Change BagTo secretly change one thing into another, Houdini used a Change Bag very much like this one.
Color Changing HandkerchiefOne of the first tricks learned by a young Houdini, he performed this one in nearly every show.
Money MakerEveryone (including Houdini) was fascinated by the idea of a machine that could print cash from paper!
Svengali DeckHoudini billed himself as the "King of Cards". You, too, can perform incredible card effects- with no skill required.
Fortune Teller Miracle FishFake spirit mediums made Houdini angry, but these little novelties made him smile.
Rising Magic WandEvery magician, including Houdini, used a magic wand. And this one does tricks!
Official Houdini Postage StampsIssued by the U.S. Postal Service, these stamps actually do a magic trick!