This neat item was designed and produced by, Magical Concepts Plus, Wood Dale, Illinois c. 1990. It is a hand-crafted, walnut and maple case that houses various magical effects. It also came originally with an instruction video. I received no instructions or video when I obtained this. It appears to come with the following items:
- Custom Walnut version of Ed Massey’s Ribbon Fantastique (I’ll include instructions for a previous version).
- A wonderful version of Heath’s Mystic Tappit but with a clever ruse which means you don’t need to remember any colors. (I’ll write up instructions for this – it is an amazing and simple to perform item that is always ready to go and works perfectly!)
- Pair of normal dice (with instructions to Edwin Sachs’ Changing Dice)
- Deck of regular playing cards (with instructions to Paul Curry’s Out of This World)
I don’t know if there was anything else – it feels pretty snug so I’m not sure if they could fit much more in the box.
On the front of the box it has the Latin phrase: “Omne Quod Videt Non Est” – searching online did not give a meaningful translation, but I’m guessing it says something along the lines of: “Everything is not what it seems” (though I could be wildly wrong here!).
Effect: for the executive who has everything this neat magic set might just be the ticket. Complete with some amazing, almost self-working effects you can pull out right in the middle of your meetings to amaze and amuse them all.
(Notice: this is not the same as the Executive Magic Set released by Tannen’s c. 1992 – that featured items made from brass and aluminum.)
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