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Phil J.
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On 2011-05-11 12:47, SmittyWitty wrote:
Phil, nice idea. Where did you get the case?

Thanks!

I bought it at the Blackpool Convention three years ago. I don't recall from which dealer but I'll have a dig for the receipt; see if it's on there.

I think it's a camera case with a thin wooden base. The disc on the bottom is screwed directly into the case.
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On 2011-05-05 01:20, rklew64 wrote:
Last one, just started finding the right stuff to fill it but not stuff it.


This is my favorite...can you take a closer shot?
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On 2011-05-11 13:25, Phil J. wrote:
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On 2011-05-11 12:47, SmittyWitty wrote:
Phil, nice idea. Where did you get the case?

Thanks!

I bought it at the Blackpool Convention three years ago. I don't recall from which dealer but I'll have a dig for the receipt; see if it's on there.

I think it's a camera case with a thin wooden base. The disc on the bottom is screwed directly into the case.

The tripods can be purchased here http://www.professional-magic.co.uk/tabl......ml#Smart Tripod
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Awesome BCS! Yep, go to town on it. Anything to help organize magic props is great way to pack your act and take notice to inventory.
Can't wait to see the finished product!!

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Looking at this makes me wanna get properly organised rather than have the usual bulging pockets, so thanks!
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On 2011-05-06 07:54, Phil J. wrote:
The case in my first post above also doubles as a tableside assistant. When covered with a cloth it can also be used as a close-up performing area.
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Very good. Thanks for sharing.
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Here's one of my cases with stuff from last close up show.


Inside the case:

4 decks of bicycle cards
Gypsy Thread
Ring and Rope
Wand
Sponge Bunnies
Wallet
My business cards
Little round close up mat
Chop Cup
Sharpie
Pearls for Pearl Poddle


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I remember when I cared a lot about what was in my case.
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This is my case for kid's parties. The only thing missing from this case is the pint of Jack which is used before and after the show for nerves.

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D Byrd be carfull those chop cups can get ruff edges which migth hurt the little darlings.
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On 2011-10-21 21:23, Yellowcustard wrote:
D Byrd be carfull those chop cups can get ruff edges which migth hurt the little darlings.


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D Byrd, the bullet catch is very popular at my kid shows. I make it a challenge effect, I catch the bullet first then it's the kids turn.
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