Appearance
13 entries in CategoriesBallAppearance
Search within these entries:
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page CARC Categories
Unknown The Cannon-balls in the Hat loading ball in (borrowed) hat from table/servante, further production of fake balls 1876 Modern Magic 304
Unknown Multiplying Balls fake cloth-covered balls with spring 1876 Modern Magic 307
Professor Hoffmann The Cannon-Ball Trick "improved", cannon-ball from hat 1890 More Magic 291
Al Leech A Quick Opener three tricks in thirty seconds, a knot appears in a silk, a golfball vanishes and reappears and a coin travels into a glass 1952 Manipulating with Leech 11
Charlie Miller David Devant's Silver Ball only effect description 1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 80
John Howie Cylinder, Ring and Cord jardine ellis ring vanish threaded on a rope from under a handkerchief under a cylinder, then the ring passes through a wand and under the cylinder appears a ball 1967 The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 320
Erhard Liebenow Ball Production large ball appears behind a card 1978 Liebenow On Cards 6
Keith Charnley & Henry Hay & Paul Harris One in the Eye two-coin routine which ends with glass eye 1982 Pabular (Vol. 7 No. 3) 1005
Karl Fulves & Charles R. Brush Curiosities two cannon balls materialize in fish tank also published as "Baffles Appearing Cannon Ball" (The Sphinx, May 1925) 1988 The Chronicles (Issue 33) 1394
David Williamson Wand Ball Production one end of wand blown into sharply, ball produced 1989 Williamson's Wonders 95
David Berglas Turning the Clock Back different effects are performed and noted on a board, at the end, time is turned back and everything undone until the board is blank again
No. 1: Three balls, disappear and change into a pack of cards
No. 2: Four coins vanish and reappear in a glass
No. 3: Signed card vanishes and reappears in photo frame
No. 4: Arrow stops at chosen number 11
2002 The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 182
David Acer High Invisibility Ball vanishes and reappears held between two fingers visually 2004 Random Acts of Magic 251
Richard Sanders Plop! Small rubber ball visually appears as invisible purse frame is opened 2004 Random Acts of Magic 273