85 entries in Silk & Handkerchief / Production / Bare Handed
  
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Unknown The Flags of all Nations miniature silk flags multiply and grow Modern Magic 432
Unknown Red, White and Blue one silk becomes threeRelated to More Magic 220
Francis King Flag Production first small flags, then giant flag on pole Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 127
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Metamorphose eines Tuches No. 44, silk produced, changes into ribbon, then into small silks, they vanish and reappear inside an egg Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 120
Unknown The Flag Trick tissue changes into many little flag, big flag finish The Modern Conjurer 266
Hamley Brothers, Unknown The False Finger (The Magical Production of Handkerchiefs)
different constructions
Later Magic 209
Unknown The Finger Shell and False Palm Later Magic 215
Carl Posse The Rubber Band for showing both sides of hand empty Later Magic 216
Buatier de Kolta Production from Bend of Elbow Later Magic 217
Unknown Production from Trouser Leg Later Magic 217
Unknown The Hand-Box secret container attached to handRelated to Later Magic 218
Unknown The "Monarch" Handkerchief Producer flesh-colored gimmick with loop Later Magic 223
Professor De Vere A Novel Method of Production pulled from sleeve into hand via thread Later Magic 225
Unknown From the Sleeve (The Multiplication of Handkerchiefs) Later Magic 226
Professor Hoffmann A Simple Appliance for Handkerchief Multiplication Later Magic 228
Unknown Black, Red, and White three silk production from hands, pocket handkerchiefAlso published here
  • "Die Zauberwelt"
Later Magic 229
Unknown Handkerchief Multiplication on a Larger Scale strategies to produce many silks Later Magic 232
Mr. Stillwell Stillwell's Handkerchief Act Later Magic 234
Unknown Simultaneous Production of a Desired Number of Handkerchiefs Later Magic 238
Unknown Handkerchiefs Increasing in Size as well as Number Later Magic 239
Unknown A Special Method of Producing the First Handkerchief starched corner Later Magic 240
Unknown The Production of Flags on Staves Complete with telescope staff Later Magic 353
Dr. E. G. Ervin A Silk Production from Empty Hands No. 2, four silks, colors named and corresponding silks produced Ten New Pocket Tricks 4
Oswald Rae A Lightning Silk Production handkerchief appears at fingertips, lapelAlso published here
  • "A Lightning Silk Production" in "The Magic Wand"
Original Magic 31
Laurie Ireland Double Streamer or Silk Production Ireland Writes a Book 3
Laurie Ireland Come and Go Silk Gimmick metal ball type gimmick Ireland Writes a Book 10
Charles T. Jordan Four-in-One Silks four silks are produced from one silk The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1937) 226
G. W. Hunter G. W. Hunter's Silk Routine two silks appear in empty hand (yanked out on thread), vanish and reappear from collar, written up by Max Holden The Magic Annual for 1937 62
Unknown Methods of Producing a Silk with Bare Hands: 1. No Gimmick Greater Magic 581
Unknown 2. Small Metal Box in Downs Palm position Greater Magic 583
Eric F. Impey Eric F. Impey's Method with thread Greater Magic 583
Sam Leo Horowitz The Silk Production using tube gimmick Greater Magic 588
Unknown A Study in Red and Green silk appears, vanishes, changes color Greater Magic 592
Unknown A Novel Production of Silks several silks, with Stilwell Hank Ball Greater Magic 595
Nelson Hahne The Penetrating Silk silk produced, penetrates borrowed handkerchief, vanishes Greater Magic 606
Robert Parrish Continuous Production of Silks at the Finger Tips body load Do That Again! 50
Unknown Novel Production of a Silk Handkerchief with spectator assistance The Magic Annual for 1938 and 1939 68
Unknown New Silk Production Ball with two separate compartements The Magic Annual for 1938 and 1939 84
Henry Hardin New Handkerchief Production with thread gimmick The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 97) 598
Howard Warringer Silk-'n-Coin Production handkerchief and two coins are produced Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2, No. 8) 4
Milbourne Christopher Snappy Silk Production and Color Change almost bare handed production and color change with wand Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 372
Franklin M. Chapman Fountain of Silks silk production routineVariations My Best 293
Harlan Tarbell "Flash" Silk Production thread, from behind lapel Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 4 366
Francis Carlyle One-Hand Silk Production with folding method Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 4 368
Francis Carlyle Multiple Silk Production body loading Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 4 370
Hen Fetsch Fetsch's Grandpopper ideas with Popper
- Popper Silk
- Three Silk Popper
- Popper Blendo
- Popper Color Change
- Popper Expanding Silk
- Popper Card Silk
- Popper Cig to Silk
- Popper Gloves to Flower
- Popper Gloves to Silk
- Popper Flash Silk
- Popper Flash Flowers
Inspired by The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 166) 664
Tot O'Regan The Blue Quints handkerchiefs are produced and color changed then a ribbon with five dolls attached appear between the knotted silks, comedy routine Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1950) 10
Arthur Harris Silks from Nowhere several handkerchiefs are produced then two put in paper cones, where they change places Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1950) 12
Dr. Norris F. Roach Trinidad Handkerchief Fantasy production of 8 to 12 silks, then large flag 26 Originals 14
Burling Hull Mephisto's HKF Production handkerchief appears in smoke from cigarette The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 374) 323
Piet Forton Piet's Producer Gimmick to contain silks for silk production Piet Forton Lecture Notes 3
Pavel Silk from Confetti Shower visual Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 7 316
Unknown A Bare Hand Production classic, ellbow Tricks with Handkerchiefs 32
Faucett Ross Fountain of Silks Lots of silks are produced Magic With Faucett Ross 45
Jan Torell Silkproduction multiple handkerchief production, threadAlso published here Magic by Jan Torell 7
Alan Shaxon 20th Century Cane and Silks opening to a cabaret act
Two handkerchiefs are produced from the ends of a cane, tied together and rolled around the cane. The cane is wrapped in a newspaper, a third handkerchief transforms into a cane and in the newspaper the missing handkerchief is found, knotted in between the other handkerchiefs.
Practical Sorcery 2
Slydini Hank Gag handkerchief pulled out of non-existant breast pocket The Chronicles (Issue 12) 1179
Levent Semi-Impromptu Silk Production using rubber band The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 132
Jan Torell Tuchproduktion multiple handkerchief production, threadAlso published here Rund um den Zaubertisch 58
Scott Cervine Strife in Eden scarf appears and cane splits in two, opening sequence The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 5 50
Mitch Williams Chip Off the Old Block large silk appears, poker chips, potatoe chips and brick appear from silk Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 1, No. 5&6) 24
Hironori Morita Dedicated to Mr. Astaire 1. cane floats up from floor and dances
2. silk visually appears in empty hand
(thread)
New Magic Of Japan 105
David Britland Mechanical Popper silk appears in empty hand, elastic thread loopInspired by
  • "Popper" (Milbourne Christopher, Hen Fetch, Rice's Encyclopedia of Silk Magic)
Related to
Card Kinetics 35
Slydini No Pockets No. 6, sight gag, silk pulled from breast pocket even though no pocket is there Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 17
Unknown Elbow Production silk in fold of sleeve, appears when arm is stretched Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 35
Unknown The Coil Fold No. 14, folding technique, production application from sleeve Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 37
Howard Wurst Rainbow Silks No. 52, several silks appear from one silkInspired by Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 152
Eric C. Lewis, Harold Rice Double Appear No. 53, silk shaken and another silk appears at the end of it, repeated Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 155
Channing Pollock Blitzproduktion zweier Seidentücher in je einer Hand flash production of handkerchiefs, one in each hand, slit in trousers The Lecture of Channing Pollock 13
Channing Pollock Freies Erscheine eines Tuches in der Hand I silk production, hanging on back of hand with loop, rolling technique with pencil The Lecture of Channing Pollock 15
Channing Pollock Erscheinen zweier Tücher in den Händen two silks appear, combination of previous methods The Lecture of Channing Pollock 23
Channing Pollock, Adolpho Freies Erscheine eines Tuches in der Hand II rubber band poweredRelated toVariations The Lecture of Channing Pollock 19
Alexander de Cova, Carlos Corda, Channing Pollock Eine Seidentuchproduction rubber band poweredInspired byAlso published here Horizons 33
Steve Dusheck Experiment No. 2 cut-in-half and hinged thumb tip, for silk productionVariations Dusheck's Thumb Tip Magic 45
Steve Dusheck Stop the Presses! split-hinged thumb tip for silk appearanceInspired by Dusheck's Thumb Tip Magic 59
Alexander de Cova, Carlos Corda, Channing Pollock Snappy Silk Production rubber band poweredInspired byAlso published here Ein Profi packt aus... 155
Patrick Page Seidentuch-Produktion aus der leeren Hand production of handkerchief, false fingerAlso published here Lecture Patrick Page 4
Harry Kellar Nikko wood gimmick to produce 18'' handkerchief More Greater Magic 1231
Walter Schwartz A Surprise Silk Production More Greater Magic 1241
Karl Fulves No Needles "Problems"
performer mimes knitting, a scarf appears, posed as a problem
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 6) 211
David Regal The Cotton Ball cotton balls are produced from spectator, one changes to silk Constant Fooling 1 194
Alexander de Cova, Carlos Corda Seidenproduktion rubber band poweredInspired byAlso published here Seminar-Leviten 2
Patrick Page Bare Hand Silk Production production of handkerchief, false fingerAlso published here Magic Page by Page 180
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser The Doubling Silk silk pulled through hand and split into two, "The Wonderful Handkerchief Doubling" Prolix (Issue 10) 682
Unknown Silk Fold into ball around plug, for production The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 2) 239