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This is a vintage MAK Magic original Temple Screen that was first introduced by the late U. F. Grant. The magician shows a ornate tri-fold hinged screen front and back, and then forms it into an upright triangle. The magician reaches inside the triangle and produces a huge load of objects such as silk hanks, flowers, livestock, a brandy snifter, or anything else that will fit in the huge load space. Each panel is beautifully silk screened with the traditional orange and black Buddha figure on the three front panels, and the green and black “oriental lettering” on the back three panels. The outfit packs flat for transport, and each panel is a full nine inches by 12 inches in size. This trick is easy to do and is a real fooler! 0072KAMTEMPLESCREEN


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