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    Harry Houdini Owned Confetti Trick Tools (3). Three items once owned by the legendary magician. Houdini frequently used the "Confetti to Goldfish" trick in his magic shows. Was sold to his assistant five years before his death. Includes: 1) A clear glass holder. Measures approx. 4 ¼" across and 7 ¾" from top to bottom. In Near Mint Minus condition with some handling wear; 2) A multi-color cup-like part, with various pieces of confetti attached to the bottom portion. In Very Good condition with considerable wear and adhesive on the bottom portion. Comes with random collection of confetti separately; 3) A folded red-purple scarf that measures approx. 8 ½" x 9 ½". In Very Good condition with various rips and tears. Comes with signed LOA from Wilson the Magician and Company. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2020
    14th Saturday
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