1930s. Five colored handkerchiefs hanging from a chromed metal frame are placed in a metal tube, from where they vanish. Moments later, the silks reappear in their original positions hanging from the stand. To conclude the routine, one handkerchief is chosen, and the silks fall from the frame one at a time, with the chosen color being the last to fall. Height 33″. With instructions, including Charles Larson’s handwritten notes. One of a handful of Larson’s props profiled in Chapter XXX of Hilliard’s Greater Magic (1938).


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