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Nevil Maskelyne

Nevil Maskelyne

(1863 - 21st September 1924)

Born in England. Eldest son of J.N. Maskelyne from whom he learned in 1886 as apprentice. Father of Jasper. Pro since 1886. Invented the gooseneck (1894) and hoop-passing (1894). Second president of The Magic Circle 1906-24.

He was the manager of Anglo-American Telegraph Company which controlled the Valdemar Poulsen patents. He was an enemy of Guglielmo Marconi in the early days of radio. He argued that radio was not private and thus not secure.

Coauthors: David Devant

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Our Magic by Nevil Maskelyne & David DevantTwo things are noteworthy. One, it is a must read book for magic theory interested. Two, it has a 20 page biographical index of card tricks. This includes sleights as well. Anybody doing research on card moves or routines should have this index. It makes searching a lot easier. And this index might point you to interesting books you have not heard about or which are not in your possession. This book was rated one of the ten basic books for a working library of conjuring by H. Adrian Smith, historian, collector and owner of the largest private magic library in his time. Other books in this top 10 list are ...
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