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GraytScot
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I am looking for a appearing table like the one used in Cellini's THE ART OF STREET PERFORMING
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I think the table you are looking for is called a Harbin Table. The closest I have been able to find is called the INSTANT MAGIC TABLE from Daytona Magic:

http://www.daytonamagic.com/Accessories/AC002.htm#INSTANT%20MAGIC%20TABLE:

hope this helps
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Thanks kono
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Bobby Forbes
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Doesn't appear to be very sturdy though.
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The price shocked me that cheaper than I thought it would be
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Michael Baker
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Sturdiness was never the intent behind the Harbin Table. It is designed to appear magically and could then function to be worked "from", rather than "on". You could sit something lightweight upon the table in order to free your hands, but it was not intended for use as a direct working surface, as in performing Cups and Balls or some similar endeavor.

The Instant Magic Table from Daytona Magic is definitely cheap enough. I wouldn't want to build and try to sell one for that price. But, in case you are interested in the possibility of constructing your own...

The Table Book from Magic, Inc. has the construction details, as does the book, The Magic of Robert Harbin.

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My recommendation would be to go to Ron Allesi Magic, and check out the folding table from (working from memory, here) World of Magic. Folds up pretty flat, and has a hole to carry it like you would a briefcase. I have one in black, the one Ron's selling is in red. VERY nice table, and pretty darned stable, too. I think it's around $250, and you definitely get quality.

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