This glass is filled with a coloured liquid and then the magician can produce a dry handkerchief from it. This design was probably imported by Davenports from Conradi Horster in Germany.

The magician shows that the box is empty and then goes on to make a large production from it. The box can then be handed out to the audience. The advertisement is from a Davenports catalogue.

This glass is filled with a coloured liquid and then the magician can produce a dry handkerchief from it. This design was probably imported by Davenports from Conradi Horster in Germany. This particular glass belonged to Dick Ritson, who gave it to Harry Carson. In 1988 Harry Carson gave it to John and Anne Davenport. This glass is similar to Ref. no. N16, although somewhat taller and with a thicker glass wall.

This top hat enables the magician to produce a huge spring snake. One photograph shows the top hat and the metal tin in which the snake is stored prior to performance.

Davenports definitely sold this trick – see the advertisement illustrated. Although there is no marking on this item it is believed to be the Davenport trick. Item Ref. no. N171 is the same trick, although the label on the box is different.

Davenports definitely sold this trick – see the advertisement illustrated. Although there is no marking on this item it is believed to be the Davenport trick. Item Ref. no. N1359 is the same trick, although the label on the box is different.