The End Silk
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- Category: GENERAL MAGIC
- Product Type: MAGIC TRICK
A WAREHOUSE FIND! LIMITED QUANTITY!
This End Silk was manufactured and marketed in 1988 by Nat Litt’s Silk Worm Studios in Philadelphia whose tag line was “The Ultimate In Silk Artistry For Magicians.”
One of the ways magicians ended their shows was with a production of a large, patterned silk with the words “THE END” printed on it. This was usually the last of a series of productions from a production prop or even used in a flashy stage act. It got a laugh and got people to applaud. It was most useful during children’s shows as it signaled the end of the show.
This silk is part of the Connoisseur Picture Silks series and is described as “The End Silk 36” x36” (Five Colors)." In was originally released in three versions with "Blue Background, Green Background, and Maroon Background.”
It is a multi-color, 36”x36” silk, with a very cute rabbit and the words THE END. It is very attractive and a bargain for the price. Might even be a collectible. No instructions.
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