Toys of the Seventies, Magic Mirror

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It was actually two pieces of clear plexiglass framed together with colorful sand (pink and white or blue and white, maybe other colors, as well) that you flipped upside down to make the sand form beautiful mountain-like views. As an added bonus, the sand glowed in the dark (or the white sand did)
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patricia - June 21, 2008 - Report this comment
I had a magic mirror when I was little. I loved it. mine was pink and white. it was so pretty. I use to take it in the dark and watch it glow. brings back memories.
Frank H. - May 28, 2011 - Report this comment
HAHA!! That was the Magic Window manufactured by Wham-O, I've still got mine from Christmas '74! Blue and white "Microdium Crystals"

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