97 entries in Egg / Production & Appearance / Props
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Unknown To Produce Eggs from an empty Handkerchief
  • Another Method
  • "Patter" for this and a "Cake" Trick (baking cake in trick saucepan)
Related to 1890 More Magic 327
Professor Mattmueller Der Zauberlehrling spectator rolls up borrowed silk, an egg is inside which breaks and ruins silk, silk put in pistol and shot, egg comes out of spectator's vest, handkerchief appears on back of spectator
Aug. 1896 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 12) 185
Unknown Die Hut als Henne eggs produced from borrowed hat
Related to Oct. 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 4) 57
Eduard Hensel Eierhut rhyming patter for egg production and vanish
Nov. 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 5) 68
Carl Willmann Die unsichtbare Henne im Hut eggs produced from borrowed hat
Related to Mar. 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 3) 43
Hans Meckel Das unter einem Glas erscheinende und wieder verschwindende Ei egg appears and vanishes under glass under handkerchief cover
Also published here May 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 5) 75
Robert Heller Der Hut als Brütmaschine "by E. C. from Munich", on the egg production from a hat by Robert Heller
June 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 6) 90
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Das Hexennetz No. 1, egg bag from see-through net fabric, production of up to eight eggs, and a live chicken with body load
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 13
Noll Marcellin Die unsichtbare Henne im Hut eggs produced from hat
July 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 7) 103
Professor Hoffmann Vortrag zum magischen Kochtopf routine with egg production and cake-in-hat
Related to Oct. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 10) 155
Professor Hoffmann Vortrag zum magischen Kochtopf part two
Related to Nov. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 11) 168
Phantome Der kopierte "american juggler" egg and flower production from hat
Dec. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 12) 185
Unknown To Produce a Number of Real Hen's Eggs from a Handkerchief "not recommended for ladies", using handkerchief with threaded egg
Also published here 1902 The Modern Conjurer 203
Phantome Die magischen Eier egg on chair, covered with cup, stooge takes egg out when performer is not looking, it is still there
May 1902 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 5) 74
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli VIII. Täuschung, Schreck und Verwunderung tricks with eggs
  • 1. Tuch und Ei-Kunststück (egg in glass transpose with silk, three methods)
  • 2. Das verschwindende Ei (vanishing egg)
  • 3. Das japanische Eierspiel (egg production from silk, eggs change to flowers inside hat)
1902 Moderne Magie 111
Hans Meckel New Egg and Tumbler Trick glass upside-down on table with handkerchief cover, egg appears and vanishes in glass
Also published here 1903 Later Magic 417
J. Marcellin An Egg-Laying Hat
Also published here 1903 Later Magic 426
David Devant The Bag of Mystery egg appears in spectator's hand covered with paper bag, expanding bird cage produced from bag, borrowed ring put in beaten egg, vanishes, reappears in nest of envelopes
1903 Later Magic 544
Unknown Die unsichtbare Henne im Hut "Ein altes Kunststück in neuer Ausführung"
egg attached to handkerchief with thread, use to produce multiple eggs with hat
Variations Apr. 1903 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 4) 54
Carl Willmann Zur "Unsichtbaren Henne im Hut"
Inspired by Aug. 1903 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 8) 127
A. J. Verschiedenes on travels to China and tricks he has seen there (eggs appear under bowl, ball to bird head, hay catches fire)
July 1904 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 7) 109
A. J. Billardball und Ei routine with eggs, diminishing balls, hat
Aug. 1904 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 8) 123
Unknown The Conjurer as Chicken Fancier six eggs produced from borrowed hat, then a chicken
1909 The Art of Magic 297
Joseph Michael Hartz The Egg and Rings Trick egg produced from borrowed hat, three finger rings put into beaten egg, poured into hat, then flowers with rings on ribbons removed from hat along with bird cage
Also published here 1911 Later Magic 733
Joseph Michael Hartz The Egg and Rings Trick egg produced from borrowed hat, three finger rings put into beaten egg, poured into hat, then flowers with rings on ribbons removed from hat along with bird cage
Also published here 1911 Magical Titbits 197
George Delaney Scrambled Egg Bag scrambled egg from handkerchief
Also published here 1941 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 128) 737
Tom Sellers The Egg Bag Again net bag, eggs appear visibly
1943 Magical Mixture 9
Senor Charles Mardo Mardo’s Egg Bag Routine egg vanishes and reappears a few times, lemon is produced from bag
1945 Routined Magic 5
U. F. Grant The Egg Cup bottomless egg cup
Jan. 1949 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 4) 11
Robert "Bob" J. Gunther Eggs from Handkerchief not string method, several eggs
1950 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1950) 5
Eddie Joseph Eggs from Pocket from spectator's pocket, rubber eggs
Also published here 1950 The Art of Body Loading & Productions 53
Robert Zürcher Ei-Ei Ein Spiegelei prediction of one of four dishes, production of fried egg
1957 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 18 No. 3) 504
Lewis Ganson Five Eggs from the Bag
1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 2 266
Unknown The Egg Laying Handkerchief eggs produced from folded handkerchief, with top hat, classic
1974 Tricks with Handkerchiefs 10
David Devant, Faucett Ross Eggs from Hat Produce lots of eggs from a hat, keep dropping on the floor, comedy routine
1975 Magic With Faucett Ross 114
Roy Benson Bizarrer Eierbeutel! bag is filled with eggs as a climax
Also published here June 1981 Intermagic (Vol. 8 No. 2) 59
Unknown The Egg and Dove Production handkerchiefs are produced from box, then a large egg appears, broken apart out flies a dove
1982 Further Classic Magic With Apparatus 151
Edward Marlo Bill, Egg, and Glass bill vanishes and reappears under paper-covered glass, egg appears, vanishes, bill reappears in egg
1983 Arcane (Issue 9) 111
Unknown Egg Vanish and Appearance "Keech Egg Bag"?, pendulum holdout
2002 Latter Day Secrets (Issue 7) 227
Charles Weller The Weller Egg rubber production eggs, or thin eggs for egg to fan
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 11
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 31
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 38
Harold G. Beaumont The Egg Wand - Second Type egg-catching wand
Also published here
  • Dope Sheet, No. 13, 1948, p. 3
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 39
Unknown Loading Eggs into a Hat for Production
Related to 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 39
Unknown The Invisible Hen - Second Method: Out of the Chute egg on string attached to handkerchief
Related to 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 42
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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 43
Unknown The Invisible Hen - Sixth Method: Variation on the Gimmick egg first not attached to handkerchief
Related to 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 43
Charles Lang Neil The Invisible Hen - Seventh Method: Producing Real Eggs "not recommended for ladies", using handkerchief with threaded egg
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 44
Unknown The Invisible Hen - Ninth Method: Scarf with Pockets eggs from handkerchief
Related to 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 46
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 47
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 48
Donato Colucci Easter Basket Production like water bowl production
Inspired by 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 49
Prof. Mars Any More Room? eggs from hat
Also published here
  • Magical Digest, Vol. 4 No. 4, Feb. 1953
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 50
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 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 53
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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 53
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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 54
David Robbins Egg from Purse or Paper Bag egg from borrowed purse
Also published here
  • "The Mysterious Egg" (Practical Magic, 1953, p. 39)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 56
J. Marcellin The Egg-Laying Hat
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 57
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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 58
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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 59
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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 59
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 60
Eddie Joseph Eggs from Spectator's Pocket from spectator's pocket, rubber eggs
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 61
Unknown Eggstraordinary Chicken cloth chicken produces two eggs
Also published here
  • Magic of the Depots, p. 39
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 62
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 63
Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - First Method: From Silks using dove egg
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 66
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 66
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 66
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 66
Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Fifth Method: A Top Hat Steal
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 66
Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Sixth Method: Cluck! Cluck!
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 67
Unknown Dove from Giant Egg - Seventh Method: Kids' Special Humpty Dumpty
Also published here
  • Encyclopaedia of Dove Magic Vol. 2, p. 309-313
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 67
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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 67
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 68
Fred Culpitt The Fisherman's Egg Production net bag prop
Also published here
  • "The Net Egg Bag" (Egg Bags and Egg Gags, p. 9)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 69
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 72
Unknown Omelet without Eggs omelette appears in empty hot pan, hollow wand
Also published here
  • The Art of Modern Conjuring, 1909, p. 191
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 73
George Delaney Scrambled Egg Bag scrambled egg from handkerchief
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 127
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)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 154
George Johnstone Eggs in Balloon egg vanish and reappear inside balloon in fishing bag
Also published here
  • George Johnstone, Lecture Notes, n.d., p. 6
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 165
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 276
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 287
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
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 292
Tom Stone Eggs from Bombay combo with silk to egg, eggs under bowl (Benson's Bowl), multiplying eggs
2011 Maelstrom 135
Patrick Page The Invisible Chicken egg appears from banner, with hat
2011 Magic Page by Page 244