43 entries in Egg / Transposition / Kling Klang
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Unknown Einst und Jetzt egg in glass and covered, silk changes to egg, in glass is now silk, fake explanation, repeat with marked silk and egg
Mar. 1896 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 7) 102
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli VIII. Täuschung, Schreck und Verwunderung tricks with eggs
  • 1. Tuch und Ei-Kunststück (egg in glass transpose with silk, three methods)
  • 2. Das verschwindende Ei (vanishing egg)
  • 3. Das japanische Eierspiel (egg production from silk, eggs change to flowers inside hat)
1902 Moderne Magie 111
Jentry Jentry's Ei- und Tuchkunststück egg in glass in hat transposes with silk
Dec. 1904 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 12) 185
T. Nelson Downs The Latest Egg, Handkerchief and Glass Trick egg in tumbler changes place with silk in hand, gaffed table
Also published here 1909 The Art of Magic 300
Harlan Tarbell The Egg, the Glass, and the Handkerchief transpo of egg in glass with borrowed handkerchief
Also published here 1941/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 1 389
Colonel Stodare Kling-Klang - First Method: An Early Version egg in glass, covered with handkerchief, a silk changed into an egg, silk now in glass
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 60
Andrew G. Waring Kling-Klang - Second Method: Improved Version
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 61
T. Nelson Downs Kling-Klang - Third Method: Without a Stodare Egg egg in tumbler changes place with silk in hand, gaffed table
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 61
Adrian Plate Kling-Klang - Fourth Method: Adrian Plate Version, No Duplicates
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 61
Silent Mora Kling-Klang - Fifth Method: Mora Version
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 62
Charlie Miller Kling-Klang - Sixth Method: The Charles Miller Refinements
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 62
Unknown Kling-Klang - Seventh Method: Enter the "Sucker" Ploy
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 63
Harlan Tarbell Kling-Klang - Eighth Method: The Tarbell Version transpo of egg in glass with borrowed handkerchief
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 64
Gordon James Bell Kling-Klang - Ninth Method: I've Got Your Money bill used to cover egg in glass
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 65
Fred DeMuth Kling-Klang - Tenth Method: Eggo
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 66
Joseph Ovette Kling-Klang - Eleventh Method: The Visible Flash Change
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 67
Unknown Kling-Klang - Twelfth Method: A Comedy Presentation
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 67
Jeffrey Norris Kling-Klang - Thirteenth Method: An Eggy Problem
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 67
Ian Adair Kling-Klang - Fourteenth Method: Scrambled Egg and Silk with ziploc bag
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 68
Hen Fetsch Kling-Klang - Fifteenth Method: "Kling-Klang" Twentieth Century
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 69
Unknown Kling-Klang - Sixteenth Method: In the Spectator's Pocket
Also published here Mar. 2002 Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3) 70
Colonel Stodare Kling-klang - First Method: An Early Version egg in glass, covered with handkerchief, a silk changed into an egg, silk now in glass
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 133
Andrew G. Waring Kling-klang - Second Method: Improved Version
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 134
T. Nelson Downs Kling-klang - Third Method: Without a Stodare Egg egg in tumbler changes place with silk in hand, gaffed table
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 134
Adrian Plate Kling-klang - Fourth Method: Adrian Plate Version, Without Duplicates
Related to
  • Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 3, 1962, p. 131
Also published here
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 135
Silent Mora Kling-klang - Fifth Method: Mora Version
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 136
Charlie Miller Kling-klang - Sixth Method: The Charles Miller Refinements
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 137
Unknown Kling-klang - Seventh Method: Enter the "Sucker" Ploy
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 138
Harlan Tarbell Kling-klang - Eighth Method: The Tarbell Version transpo of egg in glass with borrowed handkerchief
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 138
Gordon James Bell Kling-klang - Ninth Method: I've Got Your Money bill used to cover egg in glass
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 141
Fred DeMuth Kling-klang - Tenth Method: Eggo
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 142
Joseph Ovette Kling-klang - Eleventh Method: The Visible Flash Change
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 143
Unknown Kling-klang - Twelfth Method: A Comedy Presentation
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 144
Jeffrey Norris Kling-klang - Thirteenth Method: An Eggy Problem
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 144
Ian Adair Kling-klang - Fourteenth Method: Scrambled Egg and Silk with ziploc bag
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 145
Hen Fetsch Kling-klang - Fifteenth Method: Kling-klang Twentieth Century
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 146
Unknown Kling-klang - Sixteenth Method: In the Spectator's Pocket
Also published here 2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 148
J. P. Ornson Egg, Silk, and Paper Bag egg in paper bag transposes with silk
Also published here
  • "Egg, Handkerchief and Bag" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 7 No. 6, Feb. 1928, p. 984)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 148
Harold Rice Egg, Silk, and Pocket egg in pocket transposes with silk
Also published here
  • "The Rice Version" (Encyclopedia of Silk Magic, Vol. 3, p. 1332)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 149
Unknown Eggsit egg in box on pedestal transposes with silk
Also published here
  • Secrets of Modern Conjuring, p. 46
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 151
Harold W. Marshall Egg and Ribbon egg in pocket transposes with ribbon
Also published here
  • "The Ribbon Egg" (The Gen, Vol. 18, No. 8, Dec. 1962, p. 214)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 152
R. Woodhouse Pitman The Traveling Egg - Fourth Method: Kling-klang in Sawdust silk in one tube-covered glass transposes with egg and sawdust in another glass
Also published here
  • "White and Black" (The Magician Monthly, Vol. 11 No. 7, June 1915, p. 105)
2002 The Encyclopedia of Egg Magic 156
Al Baker Egg, Glass, and Hank silk and egg transpose while egg is in covered glass
2003 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Magazines) 639