Amac’s Educated Pencil

The magician places the pencil in the tube, places the end caps on it and then shakes the tube ‘to put the fluence on the pencil’. When the magician removes the pencil from the tube, he is able to balance the pencil on its end. The spectator examines everything and repeats the process, but cannot get the pencil to stand up. However, the magician succeeds every time. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry. A Davenport advertisement for this effect is also illustrated.


Size Total length with end caps 80mm.
Date Mid 20th century.
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Ref no N2169