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DJ Trix
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Hi Everyone,

I was wondering where to find a true Walsh Appeaing Cane? I have searched the forum and found no info. I have come across a few sites that claim they are selling them but only for $45.00 so I am guessing it is not a Walsh. Please help me out, I need a silver one...

Thanks,

DJ
magic_man204
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I have a sort of blueish metalic one. I have found a place to buy them and they were like $70. I can't really remember, though.
Ron Reid
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Hi DJ:

I don't believe the Walsh canes have been made for many years now, so I think you're only hope is through a used site like Ron Allesi's or possibly through ebay or magic auction.

One way to tell a Walsh from other is by the release mechanism; the Walsh had a wire release while the German-made canes have a flat piece of metal, very much like the plastic release on the Fantasio canes.

What is it about the Walsh cane that you like? I think the German-made canes work better.

Ron
DJ Trix
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http://themagicwarehouse.com/cgi-bin/findit.pl?x_item=SB4500

Is this cane not a true Walsh Appearing cane?

DJ
hugmagic
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Some Walsh canes had flat metal catch releases. All were blued spring steel. They are tough to find. Used magic sites and ebay are your best bet.


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Bill Hegbli
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Anyone try putting gun blueing or black on one of the silver canes from India?

I just checked Tannen's and I guess they no longer have the ulimate appearing cane. They were better then the German one.
Steven True
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I can say from experience that if you do find an original Walsh cane, keep it forever. I sold mine about 10 years ago and hate that I did. It had the flat latch on it and was a great effect. I used a small amount of gun oil on mine to keep it in good working order. Stored it in a pastic bag in a small plastic case. It will last a life time if cared for properly. I have seen the canes that some are offering as Walsh canes but never seen one in person so I can't comment on the one at the magicwarehouse.com. They are silver if my memory is correct. Has anyone seen or used one of them?

Steven
Fabricem
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Hi evryone know what kind of material use fantasio for his Candle?
and the material for the ten foot pole?
thanks.
afoi
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Anyway, wats a walsh cane?? wat was the value of it??? I mean the quality value.
I heard of harakhan, mahka tendo, and fantasio.
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