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Pom Pon stick is heavy chromed/nickle plated copper. Comes apart in the center and the gimmick is made of wood with metal pulleys, other than the usual you magnets added to them. Big Pon-pons that look like they are made of heavy yarn. The are very dense and nicely round. By the colors appears to be from the 50's (powder blue/yellow...). Any ideas who could have produced this piece? This was from the estate of an older magician, with no instructions, just in very good repair.
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HEY...I have one of these, too! I can't find the maker, and I've been searching for 10 years! Does yours also have 3 particular initials stamped into the metal collar part that holds the 2 sections together? We may have found something here!

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Will look once I get home...wonder if anyone here knows?
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I've posted about it before, and asked some VERY knowledgable people in the last 10 years, and STILL don't know anything about it!

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Hey guys...what are the 3 initials???
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I don't know about Magicmind's...but on mine, it's a closely grouped "EPC". There are also 4 or 5 small, TINY indentations around the circumference of the collar.

Anybody know something?

Steve
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