2002
Written by Donato Colucci
Work of Donato Colucci
305 pages (Hardcover), published by Hermetic Press
Illustrated with drawings by Joseph K. Schmidt
Language: English
332 entries
Cover photograph
Creators Title Comments & References Page AA Categories
Donato Colucci Preface
xi
Donato Colucci Acknowledgements
xiv
Unknown Natural Eggs
1
Donato Colucci Unprepared Eggs on using raw eggs, and on cracking eggs one-handed
3
Unknown The Blown Egg
  • First Method of Preparation
  • Second Method of Preparation
3
Unknown Strengthening a Blown Egg
  • First Method (Hugard)
  • Second Method (Ovette)
3
Donato Colucci The Stodare Egg on the egg with a hole for silk in egg, credit information
  • Preparing a Stodare Egg
    • First Method
    • Second Method
    • Third Method
4
Unknown Imitation Eggs
7
Donato Colucci Wooden Eggs
9
Donato Colucci Plastic Eggs
9
Jim Conley The Conley Egg fake egg for silk to egg that can be filled with raw egg and apparently cracked
  • Making a Conley Egg
9
Dick Zimmerman The Zimmer-Egg attachment for normal egg to make it a Conley Egg
10
Frank Radtke The Giant Egg giant egg with hole for transformation or loading
10
Donato Colucci Collapsible Eggs intro
11
Unknown The Egg sponge egg with skin
11
Charles Weller The Weller Egg rubber production eggs, or thin eggs for egg to fan
11
Donato Colucci The Egg Skin also "Max Sterling Egg"
  • First Method of Preparation (Abracadabra, Vol. 15 No. 355)
  • Second Method of Preparation (Genii, Vol. 15 No. 9)
11
Donato Colucci Other Imitation Eggs
13
Unknown Fekes
15
John Willmann The Willmann Egg mechanical silk to egg transformation
17
Unknown The Aerial Egg egg catching gaff, attached to finger
17
Unknown The Manipulative Egg egg catching gaff
Also published here
  • Fifty Fakes, George Johnson, 1944
18
Donato Colucci Flash Four Eggs single egg instantly becomes four eggs, all attached to each other
Inspired by 18
Unknown The Confetti Egg egg changes into confetti which is blown into air with a fan
19
Joseph Michael Hartz Ribbon from Egg
  • First Method (Hartz)
  • Second Method
Also published here 20
Unknown The Dove Egg dove appears in broke egg
21
Unknown The Egg Pull silk to egg, then egg vanishes
21
Unknown Flash Egg to Silk gaffed egg
21
Unknown Gimmicks
23
Hamley Brothers, Charles Crayford The Egg Vanisher pulls that can pick up an egg
  • First Type (Hamley)
  • Second Type (Crayford)
Also published here 25
Unknown The Egg Clip for body loading
26
Unknown The Egg Holder for body loading
  • First Type
  • Second Type
26
Unknown Sleeve Production Gimmick
Related to 27
Unknown The Egg Vase
27
Unknown An Antique Egg Vase
28
Unknown The Egg Cup
Related to 29
Unknown The Egg Funnel by "Mr. Maynard", beaten egg poured into funnel into borrowed hat or handkerchief
Related to
  • The P&L Book, 1992, p. 145
30
Sid Fleischman, Robert "Bob" J. Gunther The Baking Powder Can stealing an egg from baking powder can
Related to
  • Top Secrets, Fleischman and Gunther, 1947, p. 13
31
Unknown Other Useful Accessories
31
Unknown The Bottomless Glass in conjunction with egg that can hold inside or fall through
31
Unknown The Mirror Glass
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Unknown The Devil's Handkerchief
32
Unknown Hat Gimmicks
33
Wilfred Zelka The Zelka Hat Gimmick secret double wall for any hat
33
H. "Delveen" Naylor The Delveen Hat Gimmick secret double wall for any hat
Also published here
  • The Magazine of Magic, Dec. 1919
33
Unknown The Thumb Tip credit information
34
Unknown The Egg Carrier for transporting eggs
34
Unknown Productions
35
Reid Miller The Appearing Egg - First Method egg skin dropped into container
Also published here
  • The Sphinx, Vol. 17 No. 3, May 1918, p. 53
37
Lawrence Stone The Appearing Egg - Second Method from hat, manipulative
Also published here
  • "Novel Egg Sleight" (The Sphinx, Vol. 2 No. 1, Mar. 1903, p. 4)
37
Alan Peterson The Appearing Egg - Third Method egg appears on hand under handkerchief cover
Also published here
  • The Magic Wand, Vol. 21 No. 154, June 1932, p. 74
37
Unknown The Appearing Egg - Fourth Method silk changes to egg, silk reproduced from behind neck
Also published here
  • Will Goldston, Simple Conjuring Tricks, 1913, p. 7
37
Joseph Ovette The Egg Wand - First Type egg-catching wand
Also published here
  • "An Eggstraordinary Experiment" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 5, New Year Supplement No. 5, 1927, p. 157)
38
Harold G. Beaumont The Egg Wand - Second Type egg-catching wand
Also published here
  • Dope Sheet, No. 13, 1948, p. 3
38
Ken De Courcy Egg It Is egg produced from flat cigarette case
Also published here
  • The Gen, Vol. 10 No. 1, May 1954, p. 13
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Unknown Loading Eggs into a Hat for Production
Related to 39
Unknown The Invisible Hen - First Method: From a Crumpled Handkerchief egg on string attached to handkerchief
Also published here
  • "The Egg and Hat Trick" (Albert Hopkins, Magic, 1897, p. 119)
39
Unknown The Invisible Hen - Second Method: Out of the Chute egg on string attached to handkerchief
Related to 40
Jack Yeager The Invisible Hen - Third Method: Alternative Handkerchief Handling egg on string attached to handkerchief
Also published here
  • "Happy Eggster" (Genii, Vol. 16 No. 8, Apr. 1952, p. 304)
41
Ottokar Fischer The Invisible Hen - Fourth Method: The Fischer Variation with Easter Eggs six white eggs produced from hat, then they become colored, load from table
Also published here
  • "The Magic Egg Producer" (Hugard's Magic Monthly, Vol. 10 No. 11, Apr. 1952, p. 1063)
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Marvyn Roy The Invisible Hen - Fifth Method: Roy Addition eggs appear in basket, then five chicks tumble out
Also published here
  • "Hocus Hatchery" (Genii, Vol. 15 No. 8, Apr. 1951, p. 321)
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Unknown The Invisible Hen - Sixth Method: Variation on the Gimmick egg first not attached to handkerchief
Related to 43
Charles Lang Neil The Invisible Hen - Seventh Method: Producing Real Eggs "not recommended for ladies", using handkerchief with threaded egg
Also published here 43
Unknown The Invisible Hen - Eighth Method: Variation on the Chute eggs from handkerchief
Also published here
  • "Eggs from Handkerchief" (Modern Magic Manual, p. 162)
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Unknown The Invisible Hen - Ninth Method: Scarf with Pockets eggs from handkerchief
Related to 45
Charles Sekavec The Invisible Hen - Tenth Method: Scarf with Clips eggs from handkerchief
Also published here
  • "Egg and Handkerchief" (The Sphinx, Vol. 9 No. 1, Mar. 1910, p. 8)
46
Unknown Multiplying Eggs manipulative with shell
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Unknown Taking the Eggs to Market egg put in hat, then back into pocket, repeated a few times, in the end there are four real eggs in hat
VariationsAlso published here
  • The Magician Monthly, Vol. 13 No. 8, July 1917, p. 123
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Walter B. Gibson Eggs from Thin Air manipulative, hole in fake egg
Also published here
  • "Eggs from Nowhere" (What's New in Magic, 1956)
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Joseph Ovette Production from an Empty Basket empty basket is suddenly full with eggs
Also published here
  • Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 25
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Donato Colucci Easter Basket Production like water bowl production
Inspired by 49
Prof. Mars Any More Room? eggs from hat
Also published here
  • Magical Digest, Vol. 4 No. 4, Feb. 1953
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Unknown Eggs from Candle Flame - First Method four eggs
Also published here 51
Joseph Ovette Eggs from Candle Flame - Second Method steal from match box
Also published here
  • "A Simple Egg Production" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 18)
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Hans Meckel Egg from Empty Glass - First Method: Meckel's Approach glass upside-down on table with handkerchief cover, egg appears and vanishes in glass
Also published here 52
David Devant Egg from Empty Glass - Second Method: Devant's Visible Production egg appears visibly in glass
Also published here
  • "Egg Caught in Wine Glass" (Magic, Vol. 9 No. 1, Oct. 1908, p. 2)
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Edward W. Puhl Egg from Empty Glass - Third Method: Puhl's Egg on a Wire egg appears in glass
Also published here
  • "Eggstraordinary", (The Sphinx, Vol. 15 No. 4, June 1916, p. 78)
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Alex De Vega Egg from Empty Glass - Fourth Method: De Vega's Variant egg appears visibly in glass
Also published here
  • "De Vega's Egg in Glass" (The Sphinx, Vol. 18 No. 5, July 1919, p. 118)
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Joseph Ovette The Egg Plant "egg plant" constructed on blackboard from silks, eggs become real eggs
Also published here
  • Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 9
55
David Robbins Egg from Purse or Paper Bag egg from borrowed purse
Also published here
  • "The Mysterious Egg" (Practical Magic, 1953, p. 39)
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J. Marcellin The Egg-Laying Hat
Also published here 57
Howard Thurston Eggs from Bowler Hat - First Method: Thurston's Original Version credit information
Related to
  • "The Egg and Hat Trick" (Walker, Up To Date Conjuring, 1920)
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Merlin D. Willis Eggs from Bowler Hat - Second Method: The Willis Gimmick container loaded into borrowed hat
Also published here
  • "Eggs from a Borrowed Hat" (The Sphinx, Vol. 31 No. 4, June 1932, p. 150)
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D. S. Howard Eggs from Bowler Hat - Third Method: The Howard Version three eggs produced from hat
Also published here
  • "The Invisible Hen" (The Sphinx, Vol. 31 No. 4, June 1933, p. 111)
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Alan Peterson Eggs from Bowler Hat - Fourth Method: The Peterson Version wand with sucker used to pick up eggs from behind table and load them into hat
Also published here
  • "Many More" (The Magic Wand, Vol. 21 No. 154, June 1932, p. 74)
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Allan Lambie Hat, Eggs, and Paper Bag flat eggs, painted in 3D
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 5 No. 1, Sep. 1926, p. 9
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Eddie Joseph Eggs from Spectator's Pocket from spectator's pocket, rubber eggs
Also published here 60
Norman Hunter Chick, Chick, Chicken flat wooden chicken lay eggs
Also published here
  • The Magician Monthly, Vol. 30 No. 4, Mar. 1934, p. 42
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Unknown Eggstraordinary Chicken cloth chicken produces two eggs
Also published here
  • Magic of the Depots, p. 39
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Glenn Ellsworth Engstrom Paper Hens eggs appear under paper cones on glass plate apparatus
Also published here
  • The Sphinx, Vol. 11 No. 2, Mar. 1912, p. 12
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Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - First Method: From Silks using dove egg
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
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Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Second Method: From a Top Hat using dove egg
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
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Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Third Method: Square Circle Steal using dove egg
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
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Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Fourth Method: Dove and Flowers using dove egg, dove and flowers appear when broken
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
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Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Fifth Method: A Top Hat Steal
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
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Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Sixth Method: Cluck! Cluck!
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
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Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Seventh Method: Kids' Special Humpty Dumpty
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
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Arthur Prince Egg and Pedestal egg appears on pedestal from table, gaffed table
Also published here
  • "A New Egg Trick" (Goldston's Further Exclusive Magical Secrets, 1927, p. 111)
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Unknown The Egg Cabinet die box type prop with three doors, egg appears behind chosen door, tip-over trunk principle
Also published here
  • Walker, Secrets of Modern Conjuring, 1925, p. 41
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Fred Culpitt The Fisherman's Egg Production net bag prop
Also published here
  • "The Net Egg Bag" (Egg Bags and Egg Gags, p. 9)
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Unknown Egg Swallowing and Producing - First Method: By Performer eggs swallowed and reproduced from mouth
Related to 69
Unknown Egg Swallowing and Producing - Second Method: By Assistant
Also published here 70
Unknown Egg Swallowing and Producing - Third Method: By Performer or Assistant shell gaff for mouth
Related to 70
Bellachini Egg Swallowing and Producing - Fourth Method: Bellachini Version eggs from mouth
Also published here 71
H. G. Sparks A Tissue Issue tissue in hand, fan used to fan air towards tissue, egg emerges from it
Also published here
  • The Magic Wand, Vol. 32 No. 200, Dec. 1943, p. 128
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Unknown Omelet without Eggs omelette appears in empty hot pan, hollow wand
Also published here
  • The Art of Modern Conjuring, 1909, p. 191
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Unknown Vanishes
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Unknown Hand Vanish of an Egg
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Alan Peterson The Disappearing Egg - First Method: Vanishing a Stodare Egg with wand
Also published here
  • The Magic Wand, Vol. 21 No. 154, June 1932, p. 74
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Alan Peterson The Disappearing Egg - Second Method: Vanishing a Raw Egg with wand
Also published here
  • "With a Genuine Egg" (The Magic Wand, Vol. 21 No. 154, June 1932, p. 75)
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Alan Peterson The Disappearing Egg - Third Method: With a Rubber Sucker wand with sucker
Also published here
  • "A Sucker Vanish" (The Magic Wand, Vol. 21 No. 154, June 1932, p. 75)
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Louis Haley The Disappearing Egg - Fourth Method: a Hardboiled Egg with silk, dummy under vest on thread
Also published here
  • The Sphinx, Vol. 7 No. 1, 1908, p. 5
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Unknown The Disappearing Egg - Fifth Method: The Slit with handkerchief
Also published here 79
Unknown Crushed Egg Vanished from a Handkerchief - First Method: The Bag covered egg threaded to handkerchief
Also published here 79
Joseph Dunninger Crushed Egg Vanished from a Handkerchief - Second Method: The Pull
Also published here
  • "Egg-Straordinary" (Popular Magic and Card Tricks, Vol. 3,1929, p. 19)
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Alex De Vega Broken Egg Vanished from Hat
Also published here
  • "Egg in Hat" (The Sphinx, Vol. 9 No. 7, Sep. 1910, p. 148)
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C. B. Cave Eggs Vanished from Hat - First Method: The Hat Shell fake eggs
Also published here
  • "Egg Production Extraordinary" (Mahatma, Vol. 3 No. 12, June 1900, p. 5)
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Unknown Eggs Vanished from Hat - Second Method: The Net eggs vanish from hat as finale
Also published here 81
Joseph Ovette Transient Eggs eggs vanish in clear tube with cover
Also published here
  • "Flight of Eggs" (Trickery Tricks, 1917, p. 12)
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Allan Lambie Where Do the Eggs Go? eggs vanish from box
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 5 No. 1, Set. 1926, p. 9
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Robertson Keene A Novel Egg Stand eggs vanish after picked up from a stand
Also published here
  • More Novel Notions, 1907, p. 43
83
Stanley Norton Vanish From an Eggcup marked egg vanishes from covered eggcup, produced again
Also published here
  • "An Egg Item" (The Magic Wand, Vol. 12 No. 118, June 1923, p. 94)
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Anthony Dunn The Invisible Egg egg dropped in tube with hole vanishes
Also published here
  • Tops, Vol. 20 No. 5, May 1955, p. 12
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Joe Karson Chinese Egg and Mat Mystery "Chinese egg bag", egg vanishes and reappears in mat
Also published here
  • Joe Karson, Complete Club Act, 1934
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Robert H. Thompson Vanishing Basket of Eggs basked plus eggs in in vanish, with tray
Also published here
  • "Easter Eggs" (Magic of the Scottish Conjurer's Association, Richard Armour, 1947, p. 11)
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Unknown Egg in Newspaper - The Basic Effect content of egg poured in newspaper where it vanishes
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Chester Morris Egg in Newspaper - Tips content of egg poured in newspaper where it vanishes
Also published here
  • "One of My Favorites" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 21 No. 12, Feb. 1942, p. 53)
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Joseph Ovette Egg in Newspaper - Ovette's Comedy Presentation content of egg poured in newspaper where it vanishes, with child
Also published here 88
Unknown Egg in Newspaper - Extending the Effect content of egg poured in newspaper where it vanishes, with reappearance or transformation
88
Unknown Egg in Newspaper - Egg in Paper Plus content of egg poured in newspaper where it vanishes, newspaper turned upside down
88
Unknown Balancing Feats
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Unknown The Egg of Christopher Columbus (or the Self-balancing Egg) - First Method: A Tale of Hoffmann unbroken egg
Also published here 93
Val Andrews, Howard Thurston The Egg of Christopher Columbus (or the Self-balancing Egg) - Second Method: Andrews and Thurston ring under cloth
Also published here
  • Egg Bags and Egg Gags, p. 14
  • Howard Thurston, 400 Tricks You Can Do, 1940, p. 103
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Unknown The Egg of Christopher Columbus (or the Self-balancing Egg) - Third Method: Hoffmann Again egg with weight or sand inside
Also published here 94
Unknown The Egg of Christopher Columbus (or the Self-balancing Egg) - Fourth Method: With Salt
94
Unknown Egg Balanced on End of Straw
Related to
  • Will Goldston, Tricks and Illusions, 1908, p. 102
Also published here
94
Unknown Egg, Card, and Wand egg balanced on card balanced on wand
Also published here
  • Will Goldston, Tricks and Illusions, 1908, p. 102
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Arthur "Dr. Rubini" Dicken The Magnetic Eggsacta Wand several egg balanced on wand, magnetic
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 41 No. 10, Dec. 1961, p. 63
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August Roterberg Stacking the Eggs several eggs balance on top of each other
  • On the Hand
  • On the Wand
Also published here
  • Latter Day Tricks, 1896, p. 45
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Unknown Egg on Cane
Related toAlso published here
  • J. Prevost, Clever and Pleasant Inventions, 1584
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Unknown Egg Balanced on the Rim of a Bottle non-magical science experiment
Also published here 97
Unknown Spinning an Egg on a Plate non-magical science experiment
Also published here 98
Bill Taylor Hard as a Rock egg balanced upright on glass, after comedy vanish sequence egg is shown real, then content poured in newspaper where it vanishes
Also published here
  • Genii, Vol. 28 No. 12, Aug. 1964, p. 454
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Unknown Eggs, Spool, and Glasses - First Method eggs balanced on tubes on tray on top of glasses, tray whipped away
Also published here
  • Howard Thurston, 400 Tricks You Can Do, p. 104
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John Weiss Eggs, Spool, and Glasses - Second Method eggs balanced on tubes on tray on top of glasses, tray whipped away
Also published here
  • "Eggs, Tray and Glasses" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 34 No. 11, Jan. 1955, p. 73)
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Unknown Eggs, Spool, and Glasses - Third Method eggs balanced on tubes on tray on top of glasses, tray whipped away, two layers
Also published here
  • Jean Hugard, Hugard's Annual of Magic 1937, p. 75
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Donato Colucci The Egg Bag introduction, different designs, credit information
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Unknown The Standard Version
Related to
  • Jean Hugard, Modern Magic Manual, p. 166
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Arnold de Biere De Biere's Variation
Also published here
  • Will Goldston, Tricks of the Masters, 1942
108
Bruce Elliott General Handling Tips different moves, thorough explanation
Also published here 108
Martin Gardner Martin Gardner's New Method Egg Bag egg on thread attached to bag
Also published here
  • "A New Egg Bag" (The Sphinx, Vol. 29 No. 12, Feb. 1931, p. 519)
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Max Malini Malini's Handling
Related to 110
Dan Tong Tong's Routine
Also published here
  • "Walk-around Malini Egg Bag" (The Magic Menu, No. 7, Sep./Oct. 1991, p. 68)
112
Henry Hardin Hardin's Method with an Ungimmicked Bag
Also published here
  • "An Original Egg Bag" (Mahatma, Vol. II No. V, Nov. 1898, p. 165)
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Joseph Ovette Ovette's Method with an Unprepared Bag
Also published here
  • "Egg Bag Suggestions" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 7)
114
D'Alvini The Net Egg Bag
Related to
  • "Prof. Wyman's Mode of Performing the Egg Bag Trick" (Up To Date Conjuring, p. 74)
115
Percy Abbott Abbott's Fool-zum
116
Roy Benson Benson's Novel Presentation bag is filled with eggs as a climax
Also published here 116
Angus Drady Watch Out!
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 38 No. 4, June 1958, p. 55
118
Unknown The Chicken or the Egg?
Also published here
  • "A Good Finish" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 6)
119
Wilfred Tyler Abdul and His Egg using a fez and final loads, with variation by Eric Lewis
Also published here
  • Pentagram, Vol. 2 No. 2, Nov. 1947, p. 10
  • Eric Lewis, The Crowning Miracles, 1983, p. 74
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Milton Kort The Egg and Milt Egg Bag with normal handkerchief instead of gimmicked bag
Also published here 122
George Delaney Scrambled Egg Bag scrambled egg from handkerchief
Also published here 127
Donato Colucci Additional Ideas various ideas from different magazines, people and source
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Unknown Transpositions
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Colonel Stodare Kling-klang - First Method: An Early Version egg in glass, covered with handkerchief, a silk changed into an egg, silk now in glass
Also published here 133
Andrew G. Waring Kling-klang - Second Method: Improved Version
134
T. Nelson Downs Kling-klang - Third Method: Without a Stodare Egg egg in tumbler changes place with silk in hand, gaffed table
Also published here 134
Adrian Plate Kling-klang - Fourth Method: Adrian Plate Version, Without Duplicates
Related to
  • Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 3, 1962, p. 131
Also published here
  • Magicians Tricks: How They Are Done, p. 174
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Silent Mora Kling-klang - Fifth Method: Mora Version
Also published here
  • "A New 'Kling Klang" (The Sphinx, Vol. 45 No. 4, June 1946, p. 108)
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Charlie Miller Kling-klang - Sixth Method: The Charles Miller Refinements
Also published here
  • "Kling Klang" (Genii, Vol. 32 No. 10, June 1968, p. 469)
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Unknown Kling-klang - Seventh Method: Enter the "Sucker" Ploy
Also published here
  • "An Exposure and a Climax" (Modern Magic Manual, p. 164)
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Harlan Tarbell Kling-klang - Eighth Method: The Tarbell Version transpo of egg in glass with borrowed handkerchief
Also published here 138
Gordon James Bell Kling-klang - Ninth Method: I've Got Your Money bill used to cover egg in glass
Also published here
  • The Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 3, p. 1345
141
Fred DeMuth Kling-klang - Tenth Method: Eggo
Also published here
  • The Sphinx, Vol. 14 No. 9, Nov. 1925, p. 281
142
Joseph Ovette Kling-klang - Eleventh Method: The Visible Flash Change
Also published here
  • "A Visible" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 10)
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Unknown Kling-klang - Twelfth Method: A Comedy Presentation
Also published here
  • Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 11
144
Jeffrey Norris Kling-klang - Thirteenth Method: An Eggy Problem
Also published here
  • The Magic Wand, Vol. 16 No. 133, March 1927, p. 6
144
Ian Adair Kling-klang - Fourteenth Method: Scrambled Egg and Silk with ziploc bag
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring Vol. 44 No. 12, Dec. 1964, p. 66
145
Hen Fetsch Kling-klang - Fifteenth Method: Kling-klang Twentieth Century
Also published here
  • The Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 3, p. 1321
146
Unknown Kling-klang - Sixteenth Method: In the Spectator's Pocket
Also published here
  • "In the Spectator's Hand" (Tops, Vol. 21 No. 1, Jan. 1956, p. 26)
148
J. P. Ornson Egg, Silk, and Paper Bag egg in paper bag transposes with silk
Also published here
  • "Egg, Handkerchief and Bag" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 7 No. 6, Feb. 1928, p. 984)
148
Harold Rice Egg, Silk, and Pocket egg in pocket transposes with silk
Also published here
  • "The Rice Version" (Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 3, p. 1332)
149
Unknown Eggsit egg in box on pedestal transposes with silk
Also published here
  • Secrets of Modern Conjuring, p. 46
151
Harold W. Marshall Egg and Ribbon egg in pocket transposes with ribbon
Also published here
  • "The Ribbon Egg" (The Gen, Vol. 18, No. 8, Dec. 1962, p. 214)
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Donato Colucci The Traveling Egg introduction, description of bran glass
Related to 153
George Klare The Traveling Egg - First Method: Klare's Original Version glass of confetti covered with handkerchief, egg changes into shower of confetti, egg now in glass
Also published here
  • "A Pretty Egg Trick" (The Wizard, Vol. 2 No. 22, June 1907, p. 348)
153
Alex De Vega The Traveling Egg - Second Method: The De Vega Version egg appears in paper bag, glass of confetti covered with paper bag, egg changes into shower of confetti, egg now in glass
Also published here
  • "Transportation Extraordinary" (The Sphinx, Vol. 11 No. 6, Aug. 1912, p. 112)
154
Unknown The Traveling Egg - Third Method: As Described by H. & A. Walker egg in handkerchief transposes with bran in glass
Also published here
  • Up to Date Conjuring, p. 68
155
R. Woodhouse Pitman The Traveling Egg - Fourth Method: Kling-klang in Sawdust silk in one tube-covered glass transposes with egg and sawdust in another glass
Also published here
  • "White and Black" (The Magician Monthly, Vol. 11 No. 7, June 1915, p. 105)
156
M. Paxton The Traveling Egg - Fifth Method: The Paxton Version covered glass with bran, covered empty glass, egg in hands, egg vanishes and is where bran was, empty glass has now bran
Also published here
  • "Traveling Egg and Bran" (The Magician Monthly, Vol. 20 No. 1, Oct. 1924, p. 132)
157
Unknown Through a Black Hole glass of confetti covered with handkerchief, egg changes into shower of confetti, egg now in glass
Also published here
  • "Clever Egg Transposition" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 19)
158
J. V. Gilfillan A Reflective Journey glass of confetti covered with handkerchief, egg changes into shower of confetti, egg now in glass
Also published here
  • "The Wandering Egg" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 8 No. 3, May 1928, p. 205)
158
Joe Karson Egg and Rice egg in one hand and rice in the other, they transpose
Also published here
  • Joe Karson, Magic à la Mode, 1939
158
Stewart James Indian Giver four eggs put in hat, three removed, one vanishes and is found in paper bag
Inspired byRelated to
  • "The Egg Bag" (Lu Brent, The Sphinx, Vol. 42 No. 2, Apr. 1943, p. 30)
Also published here
  • Stewart James, Magic Mine #1, 1957, p. 11
159
Jack K. Greenberg Deviled Egg Climax egg travels from hand to inside bag, bag changes into chicken when turned inside out ("Climax Egg Bag")
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 35 No. 2, Apr. 1955, p. 83
159
Unknown Wandering Eggs - First Method: With Fekes three eggs travel from hat to hat
Also published here 160
Professor Bellonie, Carl Willmann Wandering Eggs - Second Method: Bellonie-Willmann Combination four eggs travel from hat to hat, disappearance by Bellonie, reappearance by Willmann
Also published here 161
Thomas Wickham Wandering Eggs - Third Method: Eggs, Silks, and Bottle empty bottle covered with handkerchief, paper bags with messages, three silks and eggs produced from hat, eggs vanish from one paper bag and appear in another where silks were, silks now in bottle with one of the paper bags
Also published here
  • "Handkerchiefs and Eggs" (The Magician Monthly, Vol. 24 No. 8, July 1928, p. 91)
163
Joseph Ovette Eggs and Decanter decanter with ink is covered, eggs vanish and are found in decanter in clear water
Also published here
  • Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 11
164
Will Goldston Jumping Eggs four eggcups with eggs on one side, four empty ones on the other side, eggs visibly travel across
Also published here
  • Will Goldston, Exclusive Magical Secrets, 1912, p. 133
164
George Johnstone Eggs in Balloon egg vanish and reappear inside balloon in fishing bag
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  • George Johnstone, Lecture Notes, n.d., p. 6
165
Arthur Setterington Egg Flip wine poured in paper cone, egg comes out of cone, egg put in glass, changes into wine and is then taken out of pocket
Also published here
  • Abracadabra, Vol. 3 No. 64, Apr. 1947, p. 168
166
Jim Bailey An Effect with Two Egg Vases traveling routine
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  • Tops, Vol. 21 No. 2, Feb. 1956, p. 18
167
Hen Fetsch Egg-salt routine with egg vase, egg and salt
Also published here
  • Hugard's Magic Monthly, Vol. XIV No. 10, Mar. 1957, p. 544
167
Harry H. Thomson The Sliding Egg Box - First Method: the Harry Thomson Approach die box with egg routine
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  • "The Elusive Egg" (The Magic Wand, Vol. 26 No. 174, June 1937, p. 73)
168
Len Belcher The Sliding Egg Box - Second Method: the Len Belcher Approach die box with egg routine
Also published here
  • "Climax Egg Box" (The Gen, Vol. 6 No. 11, Mar. 1951, p. 334)
169
Joseph Ovette The Flying Eggs - First Method: Ovette's Original eggs on four ribbons are hanging from ceiling, they are removed and vanishes, then reappear on ribbons, inside eggs appear four previously vanishes silks
Inspired by
  • "The Flying Bells" (Will Goldston, The Magician, Vol. 6 No. 12, Nov. 1910, p. 182)
Also published here
  • "The Flight of Eggs" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 14)
169
P. C. Sorcar The Flying Eggs - Second Method: Sorcar's Version four eggs vanish from glasses and reappear on ribbons hanging from the ceiling
Also published here
  • "Eggs-traordinary Eggs-ibition" (The Conjuror's Magazine, Vol. 2 No. 9, Nov. 1946, p. 26)
171
Henry Tunstill The Elusive Egg and Matches marked egg vanishes from paper bag and is found in match box, matched under candlestick
Also published here
  • The Sphinx, Vol. 28 No. 5, July 1929, p. 183
173
P. T. Selbit Mislaid Eggs three cylinders, four eggs put in one of them, solid wooden block in another one, eggs travel into cylinder with wood, wood into third one
Also published here
  • P. T. Selbit, The Magical Entertainer, 1906, p. 36
174
Harry Houdini Cone and Egg hat with plate on table, egg on hat, covered with paper cone, a wooden cone vanishes under handkerchief, under paper cone is now wooden cone, egg produced from elbow, egg-cone sequence, wooden cone reappears in hat
Also published here
  • Harry Houdini, Houdini on Magic, ed. Walter B. Gibson and Morris N. Young, 1953, p. 188
177
Donato Colucci Animations intro on thread
179
Unknown Attaching a Thread to an egg
  • First Method
  • Second Method
181
Jon LeClair, Donato Colucci The LeClair Animator short comment on that hook-up
181
Unknown The Hypnotized Egg egg moves on tabletop
Also published here
  • Magic, Stage Illusions and Scientific Diversions Including Trick Photography, p. 11
182
Unknown The Wonderful Walking Egg egg walks out of one hat into another
Related to
  • The Magician, Vol. 1 No. 3, Feb. 20, 1905, p. 27
182
Unknown The Obedient Egg egg walks from tumbler to hat
Also published here
  • "To Pass an Egg from a Tumbler into a Hat" (Hatton and Plate, Magician's Tricks: How They are Done, 1910, p. 161)
183
Joseph Ovette The Airborne Egg egg floats
Also published here
  • "The Floating Egg" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 28)
183
Unknown Egg on Cane
Related toAlso published here
  • "The Classic Egg" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 16)
184
Joseph Michael Hartz The Climbing Egg climbs up a wooden stick
Also published here 184
Unknown The Acrobatic Egg egg rolls on stretched ribbon
Also published here
  • Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 15
185
Alan Peterson The Shiftless Egg egg moves from one eggcup into another by itself
Also published here
  • The Magic Wand, Vol. 24 No. 168, Dec. 1935, p. 202
186
Irv Weiner Weiner's Dancing Egg Routine silk to egg, then egg floats between fingers and moves, thumb sticks in egg à la Zombie
Also published here
  • Simplicity Magic, Lecture Notes, n.d., p. 14
  • Hugard's Magic Monthly, Vol. XII, No. 10, Mar. 1955, p. 253
186
Unknown Transformation
189
C. O. Williams Silk to Egg - First Method: Multum in Parvo
Also published here 191
C. O. Williams The "Multum-in Parvo" Vanisher clip between fingers for vanishing things
Also published here 191
Unknown Another Steal of the Stodare Egg
Also published here
  • "Making an Egg" (Simple Conjuring Tricks, p. 78)
192
Jack Le Dair Silk to Egg - Second Method: Le Dair's Stodare Egg Handling
Also published here
  • "Jim Merlini, Magic with Silks" (Abracadabra, Vol. 16 No. 413, Dec. 26, 1953, p. 366)
192
Fred Culpitt Silk to Egg - Third Method: The Sucker Presentation
193
Richard Merry Silk to Egg - Fourth Method: Richard Merry's Sucker Presentation
Also published here
  • "Supper Sorcery" (Abracadabra, Vol. 33 No. 833, Jan. 13, 1962, p. 8)
193
Seymour Solomon Switching the Feke for a Real Egg
Also published here
  • Tops, Vol. 6 No. 11, July 1942, p. 407
194
Harold F. Puff Silk to Egg - Fifth Method: Egg, Silk, and Confetti
Also published here
  • "Kling Klang Konfetti" (Harold Rice, Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 2, 1953, p. 1326)
195
Maurice Garland Silk to Egg - Sixth Method: With a Stillwell Ball Handkerchief to Egg with ping-pong ball
Also published here 196
William Oliver Turner Silk to Egg - Seventh Method: With a Dye Tube
Related to
  • "Anent Eggs" (The Sphinx, Vol. 28 No. 1, Mar. 1929, p. 28)
Also published here
  • Harold Rice, The Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 2, p. 110
197
U. F. Grant Silk to Egg - Eighth Method: The Grant Variation circle stuck on regular egg for sucker element
Also published here
  • "Egg and Handkerchief Routine" (Grant's Secret Service, 1935)
198
Ken Miller Silk to Egg - Ninth Method: The Ken Miller Variation
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  • "Silk to Egg" (Abracadabra, Vol. 25 No. 644, May 31, 1958, p. 311)
199
Clarence T. Little Silk to Egg - Tenth Method: An Embellishment Using a Thumb Tip
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  • "Thumb Egg Tips" (Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 3, p. 1347)
200
Gaëtan Bloom Silk to Egg - Eleventh Method: The Gaëtan Bloom Treatment without fake egg
Also published here 201
Barney Lederman The Hank Spider hole torn in paper napkin and silk produced out of it, napkin then changes to egg
Also published here
  • Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 3, p. 1348
202
Robert Harbin Harbin's Egg Routine
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  • "Robert's Easter Egg" (Abracadabra, Vol. 15 No. 373, Mar. 21, 1953, p. 132)
203
Robert W. Edmanson The Defective Egg yellow silk pushed into egg, egg then broken and shown real
Also published here
  • "The Yellow Yolk" (The Sphinx, Vol. 44 No. 2, Apr. 1945, p. 43)
204
Adrian Plate, Unknown Smashed Egg to Silk egg wrapped in paper and broken, now silk in paper
Related to
  • "The Disappearing Egg" (Wehman Brothers, New Book of 150 Parlor Tricks and Games, 1939, p. 1)
205
Louis Bertol Eggs Through Wringer eggs put through money-making machine, become fried eggs
Also published here
  • "Fried Eggs" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 36 No. 8, Oct. 1956, p. 88)
206
Norman Houghton, Sid Lorraine Instant Egg white material changes into egg, then into fried egg, then into potato chips
Also published here
  • Abracadabra, Vol. 38 No. 976, Oct. 10, 1964, p. 220
206
Billy McComb Egg in Movie broken egg poured into newspaper, fried egg taken out
Also published here
  • Billy McComb, McComb's Magic, 1972, p. 97
207
Bert Douglas Poached Egg on Toast bread toasted by magic, egg vanishes in bag and is found as fired egg between bread
Also published here
  • Linking Ring, Vol. 8 No. 6, Aug. 1928, p. 508
209
Don Alan Comedy Egg Can - First Method: Original Don Alan Version egg cracked into can, card held on top, turned upside down over head of kid, card slid out, in the end candy appears in can
VariationsAlso published here
  • "Don Alan Comedy Egg Can" (Mak Magic)
210
C. James Rainho Comedy Egg Can - Second Method: The Rainho Adaptation
Inspired byAlso published here
  • "The Great Egg Trick" (Jim Rainho, Magical Round-up No. 3, 1987)
211
Zelig Hammer Egg Nog eggs broken into paper bags with more ingredients, rubber chicken taken out, spring flowers come out
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 43 No. 1, Jan. 1963, p. 71
212
Ravelle, Andree Egg to Bouquet
Also published here
  • Ravelle and Andree, Bouquets and Blossoms, 1959, p. 2
213
Joseph Ovette Card to Egg card changes into egg
Also published here
  • "A Surprise" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 22)
214
Unknown Egg, Handkerchief, and Onion egg produced, then changed to silk, silk changes color, back to egg, then to an onion
Also published here
  • Professor Hoffmann, Tricks with Handkerchiefs, 1893, p. 329
214
Ralph K. Nocerini Eggs to Popcorn
Also published here
  • Genii, Vol. 16 No. 10, June 1952, p. 382
215
Marlin Perry Eggs to Silk
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  • Practical Magic, p. 46
215
Donato Colucci Egg on Fan introduction, credit information
215
Unknown Egg on Fan - First Method: The Original Oriental Method
Also published here
  • "The Japanese Fan and Egg" (Genii, Vol. 15 No. 9, May 1951, p. 367)
216
Unknown Egg on Fan - Second Method: The Western Version
Also published here
  • "Cigarette Paper Changed to an Egg" (Modern Magic Manual, p. 163)
216
Phil Rodriguez Egg on Fan - Third Method: With a Napkin
216
Ray Maxwell Egg on Fan - Fourth Method: With Gimmicked Fan
217
Al Wheatley Chop Chop's Egglass egg develops in brandy snifter
219
T. Lorenzo Davis An Egg in Hand without fan
Also published here
  • "New Process Egg" (Tops, Vol. 1 No. 11, Nov. 1936, p. 27)
219
Douglas Francis The Color-changing Egg - First Method: The Francis Original white egg in glass, red silk changed to red egg, white egg is now white silk, more color changes happen
Also published here
  • "Egg'straordinary" (The Gen, Vol. 17 No. 9, Jan. 1962, p. 247)
220
Ken De Courcy The Color-changing Egg - Second Method: The de Cource Variation silk & egg color changing routine
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  • "Eggs'trordinary Extemporised" (The Gen, Vol. 6 No. 3, July 1950, p. 75)
222
Karrell Fox Never Say Dye eggs become colorful easter eggs in change bag
Also published here 223
Robertson Keene Easter Eggs white eggs become colored in hat, then are shown to be of chocolate
Also published here
  • "An Easter-Eggsperiment" (The Magician Monthly, Vol. 33 No. 4, Mar. 1937, p. 44)
223
Dave Roper Eggs to Bunny eggs to candy rabbit in large paper cup
Also published here
  • "Eggo" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 31 No. 1, Mar. 1956, p. 74)
226
Dave Roper Egg to Chick egg cracked into can, changes to live chicken
Also published here
  • "Finding the Easter Chick" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 31 No. 1, Mar. 1956, p. 75)
226
Theo "Okito" Bamberg Egg to Canary - First Method: The Okito Version on a tray
Also published here
  • Bamberg and Parrish, Okito on Magic, 1952, p. 139
227
Unknown Egg to Canary - Second Method: The Japanese Version eggs put into bottle, bottle broken and bird flies out
Also published here
  • "Instantaneous Incubation" (The Magician Monthly, Vol. 10 No. 10, Sept. 1914, p. 157)
229
Milbourne Christopher Egg to Canary - Third Method: Milbourne Christopher's Version broken egg poured in paper bag, egg restored, bird comes out of egg
Also published here
  • "Egg a la Christopher" (Hugards Magic Monthly, Vol. X No. 2, July 1952, p. 955)
229
Unknown Egg to Dove
Also published here
  • Marian, Chavez, The Marian Chavez Encyclopedia of Dove Magic, revised by Tony Spina, 1979, p. 72
231
Unknown The Growing Egg - First Method: With Shells small egg grows in multiple stages
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  • "Expanding Egg" (Glassel & Faust, New and Startling Tricks, 1890, p. 34)
231
Roy Baker The Growing Egg - Second Method: The Roy Baker Feke uses odd shaped wooden egg, egg elongates and grows visually
Also published here 232
Unknown The Growing Egg - Third Method: Growth in a Frame
Also published here
  • "The Expanding Egg" (Secrets of Modern Conjuring, p. 43)
  • "Improved Expanding Egg" (Thayer's Magical Bulletin, Vol. 8 No. 5, May 1920, p. 70)
233
Herman Hanson The Growing Egg - Fourth Method: Herman Hanson's Approach egg grows, hen from giant egg
Also published here
  • M-U-M, Vol. 41 No. 11, Apr. 1952, p. 301
234
William G. Stickland The Growing Egg - Fifth Method: Stickland's Method with Production Box
Also published here
  • "Egg Incubator" (Ian Adair, Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic, Vol. 2, 1970, p. 311)
236
Unknown The Diminishing Egg - First Method: With Shells nest of three eggs
Also published here 236
Laurie Ireland The Diminishing Egg - Second Method: The Ireland Version
Also published here
  • Magic, Inc. ("Diminishing Golf Ball")
237
Carl Ballantine The Diminishing Egg - Third Method: The Ballantine Handling diminishing ball gimmick
Also published here 238
Unknown Wizard's Omelet Borrowed Rings and Live Doves produced from an Omelet, dove pan
Also published here 239
P. T. Selbit The Incubator eggs put in container, birds come out
Also published here
  • The Magical Entertainer, p. 40
240
Unknown Miscellany
243
Unknown An Egg Flourish rolling egg between two fingers, as with billiard ball
Also published here
  • "An Egg Move" (Fifty Fakes, p. 13)
245
Orville Wayne Meyer Egg Through Handkerchief
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  • "Another Penetration" (The Sphinx, Vol. 29 No. 12, Feb. 1931, p. 518)
245
Unknown Passing an Egg Through a Hat - First Method: With a Thread using blown egg on thread
Also published here 246
Unknown Passing an Egg Through a Hat - Second Method: With Shell
Also published here
  • Mahatma, Vol. III No. IV, Oct. 1899, p. 296
247
Samuels Everett Egg It Thru egg through steel plate
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  • Tops, Vol. 6 No. 7, July 1941, p. 20
248
Hubert Lambert Meet the Odd Ovum egg sucked into bottle
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  • The Gen, Vol. 15 No. 11, Mar. I960, p. 270
249
Donato Colucci The Mind-reading Egg card or message written on skin of hard-boiled egg when peeled, credit information
250
Sid Fleischman Magic's Second Most Notorious Trick message written on skin of hard-boiled egg when peeled
VariationsAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Vol. 10 No. 4, Dec. 2000, p. 73
251
Tom Conley Conley's Mindless Egg card chosen, three eggs on table, one peeled and name of card is on hard-boiled yolk inside, second egg has miniature deck with selection reversed and third egg folded selection inside
Inspired by 252
Tom Sellers Reading the Mind of an Egg marked egg found amongst other eggs
Also published here 253
Jardine Ellis The Holder of the Egg different-colored eggs distributed in audience, color chosen, spectator is stooge
Also published here
  • Stanley Norton, A Few Jardine Ellis Secrets, 1925, p. 26
254
Unknown The Crush-proof Egg egg cannot be crushed between hands
Also published here
  • Martin Gardner in Hugard's Magic Monthly, Vol. X No. 3, Aug. 1952, p. 975
254
Harlan Tarbell The Broken and Restored Egg - First Method: Humpty Dumpty Outdone spectator breaks egg in handkerchief
Also published here 254
Harlan Tarbell The Broken and Restored Egg - Second Method: Tarbell's Unbreakable Egg spectator breaks egg in handkerchief
Also published here 255
Unknown The Broken and Restored Egg - Third Method: Egg through Ring
Also published here
  • Tops, Vol. 6 No. 3, Mar. 1941, p. 15
257
Val Andrews The Egg-mag egg bag routine with magazine cone instead of bag
Also published here 257
Johnnie Geddes Egg Sandwich fried egg taken out of pocket and put between breads, gag
Also published here
  • Abracadabra, Vol. 15 No. 378, May 1953, p. 220
259
Clettis V. Musson Heavy Egg egg tossed off stage and makes loud clank
Also published here
  • Clettis Musson, Situation Comedy for Magicians, 1954, p. 41
259
Unknown Card in Egg - First Method: The Card-in-egg Wand
259
Unknown Card in Egg - Second Method: With an Eggcup
Also published here
  • Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 22
260
Robertson Keene Humpty Dumpty Card and Egg card torn up, pieces change to egg and where egg was is restored card minus corner, inside egg is name of card on hard-boiled egg
Also published here
  • More Novel Notions, p. 47
261
Grant Stuart Egg in Card egg vanishes, a card is torn open and egg content poured from torn card
Also published here 262
Unknown Dollar Bill in Egg - First Method: With a Thumb Tip
Also published here
  • Milbourne Christopher, 50 Tricks with a Thumb Tip, 1948, p. 22
263
Max Malini Dollar Bill in Egg - Second Method: The Malini Treatment bill in lemon and bill in egg, bills vanish from handkerchief, with wand
Also published here 263
Bill Kalush Bill in Lemon Credit Information Felix Favian
264
Joseph Ovette Dollar Bill in Egg - Third Method: Ovette's Version
Also published here
  • "Bill, Lemon, and Egg" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 28)
265
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser The Opal Goblet borrowed handkerchief burns in goblet and appears inside egg
Also published here
  • Ottokar Fischer, The Magic of J. N. Hofzinser, 1942, p. 83
266
D'Alvini D'Alvini's Egg and Handkerchief Effect egg broken and poured on borrowed handkerchief, put in pistol and shot on performer, handkerchief comes from his mouth, egg as well
Also published here 267
Unknown Ring in Egg - First Method: East Indian Version
Also published here
  • "Mysterious Ring and Egg Trick" (The Magazine of Magic, Vol. 1 No. 6, Mar. 1915, p. 168)
268
Unknown Ring in Egg - Second Method: Standard Western Version
Related to 269
Joseph Ovette Ring in Egg - Third Method: Ovette's Amplification ring, silk and egg vanish, all found nested in lemon
Also published here
  • "A Lemon - A Silk - An Egg" (Eggstraordinary Ways of Eggshibiting with Eggs, p. 26)
270
Unknown The Orange, the Lemon, the Egg, and the Canary
270
Unknown Routines
273
Lew Biebigheiser With a Grain of Salt silk changes to egg, egg then broken into handkerchief bag, yellow ball taken out as well as egg white in shot glass and shell, all vanishes
Also published here
  • "Magic - with a Grain of Salt" (Hugard's Magic Monthly, Vol. XII No. 5, Oct. 1954, p. 193)
275
W. Donald Forsyth The Caledonian Mystery egg appears, one-egg routine, egg vanishes, egg and hat routine in which more eggs appear, large egg climax
Also published here
  • David Devant, Secrets of My Magic, 1936, p. 222
276
Alex De Vega The Changeable Egg egg appears, changes into many small eggs, they vanish, egg reappears and vanishes with glass a few times
Also published here
  • "The Wandering Egg" (The Sphinx, Vol. 16 No. 10, Dec. 1917, p. 195)
278
Howard Albright The Spooky Egg "yes" and "no" written on egg to answer questions
Also published here
  • Howard Albright, Party Trix à la Carte, p. 10
280
Frank Herman, Jack Yeager Happy Eggster egg coloring routine, chickens appear
Also published here
  • Genii, Vol. 16 No. 8, Apr. 1952, p. 304
280
F. H. Jeudevine Pop's Egg Routine
Also published here
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 22 No. 9, Nov. 1942, p. 41
281
Robertson Keene Egg and Flag tissues burned, flag produced from ashes, changes to egg, egg broken, flag produced from broken egg
Also published here
  • More Novel Notions, p. 44
282
Lawrenco Eggs-aggerated Tissue torn and restored tissue, changes to egg, egg broken and yellow silk produced from it
Also published here
  • The Wizard, Vol. 7 No. 82, Nov. 1954, p. 336
283
George P. Moon The Enchanted Eggs eggs produced, one pushed into wine bottle, it comes back out red colored
Also published here
  • George P. Moon, How to Give a Conjuring Entertainment,1896, p. 25
284
Edwin Hooper Eggs-tra-ordinary silk put in glass and covered, silk removed and changed to egg, silk back in glass, repeat, then silk in glass changed into third egg
Also published here
  • Edwin Hooper, Edwin's Magic Finale, 1991, p. 275
285
Marcelo Contento Contento's Egg Routine egg in glass, covered with handkerchief, egg through handkerchief, changed into confetti, more eggs produced
Also published here
  • M-U-M, Vol. 82 No. 9, Feb. 1993, p. 25
287
Nat. D. Kane Just a Dream baby chicken appears and vanishes, with egg
Also published here 288
U. F. Grant Hard Shell Sorcery using the Egg Cup, egg changes with silk in two egg cups
Also published here 289
Unknown An Illustration of Free Trade Principles elaborate routine with silk and egg
Also published here 290
Robert L. Henderson Eggs of the Magi silk to egg, egg penetrates another silk, chicken puppet produced from paper bag, wooden eggs fall out of it
Also published here
  • Genii, Vol. 17 No. 8, Apr. 1953, p. 317
292
Donato Colucci Source Books bibliography on egg magic
295
Data entered by Denis Behr.