Vintage effect from the 1970s!
Long off the market, this effect is very hard to find, especially in this great condition.
In fact, we could not find another one for sale in any condition at any price.
So this is a real bargain from us!
Make a glass of clear soda appear, then produce dry silks and a glass of dark cola!
U.F. Grant (January 12, 1901- March 1, 1978), known as "Gen Grant", was one of America's foremost magic dealers and inventors. Grant started his magic career in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, where he created his first tricks.
Later he briefly worked for the Abbott Magic & Novelty Co., before eventually settling in Columbus, Ohio.
It was there that he created his successful magic manufacturing firm, called "U.F. Grant Magic".
For many years, Grant supplied magic shops with sturdy, well-made and inventive props such as his own Chen Lee Water Suspension, Temple Screen, Bengal Net and Strat-O-Sphere.
Toward the end of his life, U.F. Grant turned the company over to his daughter, Mary Ann, who had married a magician named Jim King.
When they took over the company in the late 1970s, they renamed it MAK Magic (Mary Ann's initials).
MAK Magic still supplies magic props to MagicTricks.com today!
This tabletop illusion is one of the rarer items produced by U.F. Grant.