Eberhard Niedrig was a magician who grew up behind the iron curtain in the East Germany and was heavily influenced by the story telling magic of Herbert Paufler. He passed away a few years ago and Marco Plambeck has received a limited amount of half done props from the estate that he carefully finished.
I am very happy to be able to offer this item in an extremely limited quantity to my customers. The props are beautiful as you can see in the picture. The effect is perfectly suited to illustrate the story.
“It was the year 1964 and the Olympic Summer Games were about to be held in Tokyo. Japanese official wanted to display a stunning artifact from Europe in the Olympic village and arranged to have the “Venus of Milo” transported from the Louvre.”
With this the story unfolds were the statue (or at least a small replica of it) disappears just to re-appear later in its display case in the Olympic Village.
We supply the carefully constructed props together with detailed English instructions. These are the last ones….
A great example of how story telling magic can be surprising and entertaining!
Statue is approx. 3.25″ tall
Disclosure in the interest of honest advertising: At the beginning of the demo video Marco took some artistic liberty were it appears that the statue materializes in the clear tube. This was achieved by using a camera trick and is not possible to be with the props as supplied, the actual demo of the effect starts after this intro.