Funny routine from England’s Supreme Magic!
A wand is given to a child and the end drops off, the child replaces the end, only to find two white ends one side but none on the other. This is repeated but still the wand has two white ends one side none the other. The magician decides to mend the wand by magic so the wand is rolled in a mat. The child holds the wand and the lose end is vanished when the wand is pulled out of the mat it is now striped. The magician then reaches behind the child’s ear and produces an orange ball that is placed on top of the wand to make a belisha beacon, great for road safety.
This is a really nice fun trick that can play to a large audience, and it comes with full illustrated instructions.
It’s very old but in good condition (although the paper shells could do with replacing but you just need black paper for that)