The wooden box is shown empty and then closed. When it is reopened, the drawer is completely removed and shown to be full of items of the magician’s choice – anything from a cake to silk scarves. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry.

A member of the audience places a marked coin in the plug box, from which it vanishes. The coin can then be found in any desired place. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry.

The probable use is to show the canister empty and place the lid on. After a mystical pass, when the magician removes the lid the canister is full of silk handkerchiefs, or anything else the magician wishes. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry.

A spectator picks up a plastic rod and, by looking through it, confirms that it is clear. The spectator then selects a card. When the spectator next picks up the rod, they look through it and see an image of the selected card in it. The trick can be repeated with a different selected card. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry. A Davenport advertisement for the trick is also illustrated.

The magician puts a coin into one of the divisions, and shuts all four doors. Opening one door the coin has vanished, opening the other door it is still not to be found, although by tipping the box it can be heard. Finally, opening all four doors, the box is found to be empty. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry. A Davenport advertisement for the trick is also illustrated.

The magician is placed in the thumb screws and, when desired, can escape. At any time the magician can show that the thumb screws are tightly in place. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry. A Davenport advertisement for the trick is also illustrated.

The magician shows a stack of pennies which is covered with a nickel plated cover. When the cover is lifted, the pennies have vanished and there is a stack of shillings in their place. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry. A Davenport advertisement for the trick is also illustrated.

The magician fills and empties the little vase to show that it is an ordinary vase. When refilled the magician turns the vase upside down on his hand and, when the hand is removed, the water remains in the vase. When the vessel is turned in the hands again, the water can immediately be poured out. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry. A Davenport advertisement for the trick is also illustrated.

The magician takes a red ball from the vase and vanishes it. On command of the magician, when the lid of the vase is removed, the red ball is again found inside and can be removed. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry.

The magician takes a black ball from the vase and vanishes it. On command of the magician, when the lid of the vase is removed, the black ball is again found inside and can be removed. This ball vase is rather unusual in that it has a thread through the bottom half of the vase. If you pull on the thread, it lifts the bottom part of the ball out, so avoiding it getting stuck. Once the possession of Cambridge magician Claude Perry.