This is a clean teleportation of a small borrowed object placed inside one envelope to another envelope placed some distance apart.

The effect in detail is as follows:

3 small manila envelopes are examined.  A spectator places a small object such as their driving license or credit card into one of the envelopes.  The performer can turn away while this is being carried out – he does not need to know what object is being placed into which envelope.

3 larger window envelopes are shown.  The small manila envelope with the borrowed object inside is slipped into the top window envelope.  A paper clip is placed onto this envelope to keep the flap down.  This envelope is placed to one side – the manila envelope inside can be clearly seen through the window of the larger envelope.

The spectator chooses another small manila envelope and this is slipped inside the second window envelope.  A different coloured paper clip is placed onto this envelope and place some distance away from the first window envelope.  The second manila envelope can also be seen through the window of the second larger envelope.

The third and last window envelope is used to touch the first, then the second envelope.  The teleportation is done!  The first envelope is opened and the small manila envelope inside it is found to be empty.  The second envelope is opened and the small manila envelope inside it is found to contain the spectator’s object!

The effect is easy to execute.  The teleportation is most convincing.  The 2 envelopes are placed some distance apart – the small manila envelopes can be clearly seen through the windows of each of the larger window envelopes – yet the magic happens!

You are supplied with all the envelopes plus the 2 paper clips.  As usual, Devin Knight’s instruction, in the form of a 12 page manuscript, is comprehensively written.  He also provides improved handlings such as marking the first small manila envelope with “1” and the second manila envelope with “2”.  The first window envelope can also be placed inside a clear plastic bag and held by the spectator so that it is obvious it cannot be tempered with.  (5/5 stars rating).