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* [[Stanyon's Magic]] (May, 1912) as "The Travelling Sugar" using 4 lumps of sugar.
 
* [[Stanyon's Magic]] (May, 1912) as "The Travelling Sugar" using 4 lumps of sugar.
 
* [[Stars of Magic]] Series 3, No. 3: S. Leo Horowitz's Malini-Bey Chink a Chink
 
* [[Stars of Magic]] Series 3, No. 3: S. Leo Horowitz's Malini-Bey Chink a Chink
* Classic Secrets of Magic by [[Bruce Elliott]]
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* [[Classic Secrets of Magic]] by [[Bruce Elliott]]
 
* [[David Roth]]'s Chink A Chink in [[Apocalypse]], Vol. 1, N° 1, january 1978.
 
* [[David Roth]]'s Chink A Chink in [[Apocalypse]], Vol. 1, N° 1, january 1978.
  

Revision as of 18:13, 14 November 2008

Chink-a-Chink is an effect where three or four small objects (dice, dominoes, sugar cubes and coins) travel mysteriously from hand to hand.

Notable performances

  • Max Malini with 3 sugar cubes
  • S. Leo Horowitz with 4 sugar cubes
  • Al Goshman using bottle caps
  • Doug Henning using small sea shells

Publications

References