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Does anyone know of someone who carries a silk flag, 15" - 18" that has the 13 stars in a cirular patter like the first American flag?

Richard Green
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Bob Sanders
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RJE here on The Magic Café has MisMade Canadian Flag.

Perhaps with one of his blanks and Sharpie pens, you can make your own!

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Donald Dunphy
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Hi Rick -

Here's what you are seeking:

"Old Glory" Routine and Props, from Tim ......Imagery.

"Old Glory" Demo on YouTube.

- Donald

P.S. I've been doing a Mismade Canadian Flag for a few years, but it is good to see that Rob Evans will be producing sets for the magic community, with assistance from Tim Sonefelt. I think there has been a need for a long time. That's why I made my own sets 15 years ago, because I couldn't find a commercially available one. His set is slightly different from my version. Looks like it should be good.
Donald Dunphy is a Victoria Magician, British Columbia, Canada.
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Rick, I did what Bob suggested and made my own. I use a total of about twenty Flags in my History of the Flag show, and just couldn't afford to have made all the Flags that were necessary. It was fairly easy and looked right as long as I followed the dimenions. I did have to redo the 13-star Flag a couple of times because the stars just didn't look quite right.

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Also, Barry Mitchell is producing a trick with a series of flags - called American Thread. Check it out on his site or e-mail him.

An American Thread
Barry Mitchell Signature Series #3
Performer removes the lid from a beautiful oak sewing box. The items inside are dumped into the lid revealing six spools of thread, scissors, paper, and an ink quill feather. One by one the colors of the threads are shown to symbolize the American revolutionary history. The story begins in 1751 when Benjamin Franklin wrote a satirical commentary about sending rattlesnakes to Britain. From there each thread and object brings to light brief points from American history building to the production of three 16” X 24” silk flags, the Gadsden, Grand Union, and Betsy Ross. The final moment brings it all together as the red, white, and blue threads are placed back inside the box and a giant 32” X 48” Stars and Stripes is removed. You won’t just be proud to perform this story/production you’ll be proud you’re an American. Very limited supply.
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