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25 Rising Card Tricks

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25 Rising Card Tricks by Ulysses Frederick Grant

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This is the first and to this date one of only two English publications exclusively devoted to the rising card effect (the other being Knowing the Rising Cards). This was an early publication by U. F. Grant and is therefore exceedingly rare. Some of the methods described are well known others are quite unusual and therefore highly interesting.

It is likely that the effect of the houlette swinging on two ribbons in Samuel Hooker's famous rising cards is done exactly the way U. F. Grant describes in this manuscript.

The cover boldly states the price: $1 - in 1935 that is. According to the inflation calculator one dollar in 1935 is $15.53 today. We thought we give you a bit of a price break on the $15.53.

1st edition 1935; original 14 pages; PDF 26 pages.

Table of Contents

  1. No. 1 – Bills Favorite
  2. No. 2 – Cog Wheel Principle
  3. No. 3 – Vins Favorite
  4. No. 4 – Tom Sellars
  5. No. 5 – The Wire Type
  6. No. 6 – Moxie Trixter Type
  7. No. 7 – The $100.00 Card Rise
  8. No. 8 – Thru Hank In Air
  9. No. 9 – Springers Method
  10. No. 10 – Regular Method
  11. No. 11 – Another Stage Method
  12. No. 12 – Sam Bailey Card Rise
  13. No. 13 – Rising Cards On Ribbon
  14. No. 14 – Canadian Card Rise
  15. No. 15 – Rising Card Box
  16. No. 16 – German Card Rise
  17. No. 17 – Challenge Card Rise
  18. No. 18 – Sand Type
  19. No. 19 – Any Card Called For
  20. No. 20 – Wand Type
  21. No. 21 – Clever Close-Up Method
  22. No. 22 – A Good Parlor Method
  23. No. 23 – Fan Method
  24. No. 24 – Novelty Method
  25. No. 25 – Watch Work Decks

word count: 4833 which is equivalent to 19 standard pages of text

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