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This is volume three in the classic sleight-of-hand trilogy. From the foreword by Douglas Craggs:
In this volume the reader will find a valuable and varied collection of magical effects with something to appeal to all tastes and styles. Whatever selection the reader ultimately makes from the book to enlarge his programme, may I express the hope that he will pay the author the compliment of thorough rehearsal before public presentation. Good tricks, cunning subtleties, need to be learned with care; otherwise the author's time and the reader's money are wasted, and the public is disappointed. And it is an article of faith that the public must never be disappointed with magic.
1st edition 1946.
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