Excelsior card dagger
A card is drawn freely and shuffled back into play. Then you pick up a large dagger and throw the cards high in the air. With the dagger you stab into the flying cards and apparently impale a card. It's the chosen card!
The Belgian artist Klingsor came up with the idea for this piece of art. In 1958 Werry released his version with a table knife. And 60 years later the deluxe version is available from our friend Guy Peters. A stately card dagger forged by a master hand in a small edition!
Each dagger is unique (the dagger is prepared). Make sure you get yours, because there will be no further edition.
With German instructions.