From the estate book collection of a retired professional magician.Original 1947 booklet, published by Tommy Windsor Studios.Priced at less than half of what other original booklets are going for on the Internet.
Tommy Windsor (1906-1978) was a professional vaudeville and club magician as well as a magic inventor.One of his most popular effects was the Dye Box, a gimmicked cardboard box that starts out flat, is shown empty, and then can produce cards and silks.MagicTricks.com still sells Tommy Windsor's trick, now called the Magic Popcorn Box, which is a dye box.
Tommy Windsor published this book of ideas to enhance your Dye Box routines.It includes "over 50 tricks with coins, bills, silks, cards fruits, eggs, cookies, ribbons, rings, hankies, popcorn, tickets, yarn, milk, flowers, wands, rope, neckties, poker chips, etc., etc., etc.!"
You'll need a Dye Box (Popcorn Box) to do these effects, but there are enough ideas here to keep you busy for a long time!
CONDITION: good.The original cover is there, but for some reason has been covered in white paper, which is taped (old yellowed cellophane tape) to the front and back. The inside pages have some foxing and age yellowing. Shows normal wear.8.5"x5.5" size.Softbound. Stapled in the spine. 48 pages total. Illustrated.You are getting the exact booklet shown in the product photo.