A clear FAVORITE of the painted Warner pieces
When I received this piece, I immediately knew I would like it a lot. The construction of the apparatus and the glossy red colour stood out prominently. After reading the instructions, I knew this would be my favorite of the painted Mini-Magic pieces I already owned.
I have always liked the block penetration effects. Mel Babcock made me a “mini” version of the classic method in gorgeous Australian Lacewood that I cherish, but this truly mini-magic piece from Alan is a winner. The twists in this little version is commendable. First, the block doesn’t just penetrate the obstacle, it becomes impaled in it. Second, the tube is cleverly and visually one tube, yet composed of two joining halves. And finally, because of the size of this apparatus, doing that something at the end to finish “clean” is not that difficult, thus allowing the entire apparatus to be examinable, if one desires.
I am so glad I was able to find this now discontinued and rather rare item from Alan’s past for my collection.
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