Antique magician’s travelling box of tricks, c. 1900. Great paint and folky hand-painted lettering. “Zurando” the Great apparently performed with this painted leather-clad box for many years — an earlier version of his impressive title is visible under the outer layer of paint. These types of travelling cases were typically designed to carry fraternal regalia, but its size and design clearly worked well for Zurando’s magical endeavors. It sadly no longer contains his tricks, but in my spell book, the case is magic in itself. Found in Maine.
Good antique condition for a well-travelled box having endured many years of great magic, with chips to exterior paint and other expected wear.
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