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The Mummy. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, ca.
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The Mummy. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, ca. 1968. A tiny mummy vanishes from one sarcophagus and reappears in another. Sarcophagi made of wood, in maroon... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • Puzzle Box. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, 1970s.
    The magician borrows a ring and, out of the spectator’s sight, places it inside the crate. When handed back the crate, the spectator is unable to open it. 2 ½ x 2 x 1”. ... [more like this]
  • The Mummy. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, ca.
    1968. A miniature mummy vanishes from one sarcophagus and transposes to another. Carrying case composed of wood and laminate with gilt pin-striping, and lined with cloth; ... [more like this]
  • Button Slide. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, 1960s.
    A celluloid slide and thread are inserted into a colorful case. When opened, a button has magically been threaded on the slide. Case 2 1/8 x 1 1/8”. Fine. This being the ... [more like this]
  • Card Box. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, 1960s.
    A wooden box featuring hand-painted gold detailing and hinges. While enclosed in the box, cards transform, appear, and disappear. 4 ¾ x 3 1/8”. Fine. One of only two card ... [more like this]
  • Chinese Nesting Boxes. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum,
    ca. 1950. Pair of nesting wooden boxes with copper emblems and trim. The copper emblems were cut by hand, and carefully shaped, one to a likeness of the Buddha, the other ... [more like this]
  • Radar Die Box. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum,
    ca. 1970. Plastic die is held in a red and black box, which features a hand-painted lid and chiseled gilt detailing. The magician instantly knows which number is uppermost ... [more like this]
  • Die Box and Drawer Box. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum,
    1970s. Mitered miniature plastic boxes with gilt inlays and brass knobs, and black dice. A black die vanishes from the larger box and appears in the drawer, which had been ... [more like this]
  • Magic Books. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, 1970s.
    Five clamshell boxes and nine wee books constructed by Taytelbaum. Many feature pictorial covers reproducing magic posters of Carter the Great, Kar-Mi, Alexander, and Thurston. ... [more like this]
  • The Mummy. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, ca.1968.
    A tiny mummy vanishes from one sarcophagus and reappears in another. Sarcophogi made of wood, in maroon and blue, with gold detailing and reverse-painted laminate decorations ... [more like this]
  • The Mummy (Prototype). Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum,
    1950s. A tiny hand-painted laminate mummy vanishes from one sarcophagus and reappears in another. Sarcophagi made of wood, in purple and blue, with gold detailing and reverse-painted ... [more like this]
  • Miracle Frame. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum,
    1970s. A clear plastic sheet fits into the frame, but when pierced with a skewer it remains unharmed. Frame 3 x 2 ½ x 3/8”. Plastic sheet and skewer not included. Fine. ... [more like this]
  • Ring Box of Buddha. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum,
    ca. 1950s. A ring of a chosen color penetrates a solid wand threaded through a miniature pagoda-like box. Box 3” tall. The first of its kind that Taytelbaum constructed. ... [more like this]
  • Mental Boxes. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum, 1970s.
    Four hinged plastic boxes to hold coins, numbered 1 through 4. With his back turned, the magician identifies the coins that have been placed in each box. Green boxes 1 3/8 ... [more like this]
  • Three Chip Monte. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum,
    1960s. Three plastic tubes with magnetic lids and matching chips used in the classic swindle game. Held in a wooden box, painted blue with gold detailing. 1 ½ x 3 ½ x 2”. ... [more like this]
  • The Mummy. : The Mummy. Holland: Eddy Taytelbaum,
    1960s. A tiny mummy vanishes from one sarcophagus and reappears in another. Sarcophagi made of wood, in purple and teal, with gold detailing and reverse-painted laminate decorations ... [more like this]
  • Cork Penetrations Cork Penetration. Holland:
    Eddy Taytelbaum, ca. 1960. An examined cork is placed in a frame yet a playing card passes through it. Hand painted frame 3 _Ó long. Very good. ... [more like this]
  • Bomb Atomica Bomb Atomica. Holland: Eddy
    Taytelbaum, ca. 1970. A cylindrical wooden block is locked inside a tube with a wooden-tipped brass wand, then penetrates the wand. Tube stand 5 ” high. Wand shows light ... [more like this]
  • Chinese Ruler Chinese Ruler. Holland: Eddy
    Taytelbaum, ca. 1970. The wooden ruler with reverse-painted Chinese characters on its bottom clings to the magician’s hand as if magnetized. 9” long. Fine. ... [more like this]
  • Chinka Chink Chinka Chink. Holland: Eddy
    Taytelbaum, 1970s. Four turned wooden blocks with reverse-painted Japanese characters magically transpose positions. With finely made black and green polished carrying case ... [more like this]
  • Coin Penetration Coin Penetration. Holland:
    Eddy Taytelbaum, 1970s. A coin penetrates a thin sheet of Plexiglas placed through a decorative plastic tube with gilt inlays and reverse-painted with Japanese characters. ... [more like this]

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