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Anitha and Sreenivas
Combined Inspirations by Anitha and Sreenivas

This ebook, profusely illustrated, is the combined work of the husband-wife team of the Sreenivases. It contains 13 original and highly performance worthy routines with cards, coins, elastic hair bands (a more visible variation of elastic rubber bands), and a silk routine.

As Sreenivas says in his forward ...

"This is my fourth publishing event. The first two were my Linking Ring One Man Parades in 1989 and 1993. The third was my book Card Circus in this Indian Show case Series.

Combined Inspirations is not a book of advanced sleights like my first book. This is a collection of tricks...

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Peter Warlock
Come A Little Closer ... by Peter Warlock

Going down the list of contributors one will find very prominent names such as Elmsley, Walton and Avis. When this book originally appeared they were young and largely unknown. Enjoy some of their early contributions to the art of close-up magic.

  • Foreword
  • The Repeat Card In Hat (Tommy Vanderschmidt)
  • The Cut And Restored Cigarette (Arthur Holland)
  • Jet Transportation (Bobby Bernard)
  • Point Of Departure (Alex Elmsley)
  • Knifed (Roy Walton)
  • The Seance Card Trick (Ted Danson)
  • The Monte Cristo Ring (John Derris)
  • The Cards Of Pegasus (Jack Avis)

1st edition 1953, 37 pages; 1st digital edition 2017, 30 pages....

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Mel Mellers
Commercial Gems Volume 1 by Mel Mellers

3 professional performance pieces direct from Mel's repertoire.

1: Spin a yarn a commercial presentation hook for the classic 'Gypsy thread' (performed with wool/yarn) with a great comedy spiel. Includes sample script and gags.

2: Around the world with a pack of cards. An offbeat and entertaining way to present the 'Six card repeat', enhancing the repetitive structure of the effect.

3: Totally scattered. Is a real fooler that plays big. A shuffled deck of cards is given to the spectator and they cut and note a card they then shuffle the cards again and scatter them. Under these impossible...

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Mel Mellers
Commercial Gems Volume 2 by Mel Mellers

Three more performance pieces designed with maximum entertainment in mind. Each effect includes sample scripts, handling's, and the all important presentational hooks with the emphasize on comedy.

POCKET POWER

Cards are shown portraying various items a person may have in their pockets such as, keys, pills, spectacles, etc. The performer invites the spectator to place various cards in their pocket (doesn't have to be pocket). Using x-ray vision (can place some x-ray specs on) the magician correctly identifies the items and the pockets.

THE BREAD KNIFE CARD STAB.

A unique and original...

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Stephen Tucker
Compendium by Stephen Tucker

A mind-shattering collection of close-up magic. You will encounter 50 fantastic effects. 27 are novel and original card miracles. 8 are with coins and the other 15 utilize such objects as sponge balls, keys, pens, ESP cards, bottles, matches, and more.

Many illustrations accompany the text and all effects detailed are within the reach of the average performer.

1st edition 1984, 101 pages; 1st digital edition 2011, PDF 119 pages.

Table of Contents

  • Cards
    1. Intro
    2. Kidnapped
    3. Plotting His Course
    4. Profile
    5. Two Faced
    6. Beauty As Well As Brains
    7. And The Winner Is...
    8. Viewpoints
    9. A Vision...
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Lewis Ganson
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Tom Sellers
Condensed Conjuring by Tom Sellers
  • The Shooting Pellet
  • Easy Ropes And Rings
  • A Different Ring Release
  • The Milk Goes Down
  • Silks From Confetti
  • Oriental Cut And Restored
  • The T.S. Safety Rice Bowls
  • Think Of A Card
  • A Good Prediction
  • A Novel Colour Change
  • A Different Pass
  • A False Count
  • Matching The Colours
  • Telepathy Simplified
  • Graphology Supreme
  • A Different Stretching Rope
  • Giant Match Trick
  • An Easily Worked "Stung" Trick
  • Sun And Moon
  • Bottle, Glass And Discs

1st edition 1941, 16 pages; PDF 18 pages.

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Brian T. Lees
Confusing Crayons: One Person Routine by Brian T. Lees

The Confusing Crayons is a well known classic. Two crayons and two cylinders are introduced. A volunteer gets one cylinder and selects a crayon. The magician takes the other cylinder and crayon. Instructing the volunteer to follow along the cylinders are turned over, back again and then over. The magicians crayon is right side up and the volunteers pointing down. This is a class that, up to this point, requires the use of a volunteer.

Confusing Crayons, 1 Person Routine is done without the need for a volunteer. Communication takes place with the magician's audience interaction. The audience...

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Ellis Stanyon
Conjuring for Amateurs by Ellis Stanyon
  • PREFACE
  • CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION
    • The Dress
    • The Table
    • The Servante
  • CHAPTER II. PRINCIPLES OF SLEIGHT OF HAND APPLICABLE TO SMALL OBJECTS
    • Palming
    • Le Tourniquet
    • The Finger Palm
    • The Reverse Palm
    • To Change a Coin
  • CHAPTER III. TRICKS WITH COINS
    • Magical Production of a Coin
    • The Wandering Coin
    • A New Coin Fold
    • Coin and Candle
    • An Artful Conjurer
    • The Invisible Flight
    • Vanish for Duplicate
    • To Pass a Coin Through the Body
    • Swallowing Illusions
    • Coin and Lemons
    • The Pocket Vanish
    • Florin v. Sixpence
    • To Pass a Coin into an Ordinary Matchbox held by One of the Spectators
    • Coin,...
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Bernard Carton
Conjuring for Connoisseurs by Bernard Carton
  • Foreword
  • Useful Tables
  • Two Flag Tricks
  • The Vice Versa Candles
  • A Soaples Case
  • Bouquet Production
  • A Useful Accessory for the Okito Tumbler
  • The Magic of Millinery
  • A Box for Vanishing, Exchanging, or Producing
  • Novel Wand Production
  • A Rag Picture Combination
  • A Card Banner
  • Palming a Coin
  • The Magic Drinks
  • Cigar and Candle
  • The Hole in the Stocking
  • Fire Flashes

1st edition 1921, 32 pages; PDF 22 pages.

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R. March-and-Co.
Conjuring Tricks by R. March-and-Co.

A mix of conjuring tricks, science experiments, puzzles, games, gags, and other amusements. Most have been taken from the pages of the Sheffield Weekly Telegraph.

  • The Hatched Bird
  • The Match Trick
  • The Enchanted Coin
  • Hypnotic Burlesque
  • Mysteries V. Shadows
  • Magical Colors
  • Destruction of Two Fluid Bodies, and the Formation of One New Solid in their Stead
  • The Two Invisible Substances
  • To Illuminate the Surface of the Water
  • The Well of Fire
  • To Produce Fire by the Mixture of Two Cold Liquids
  • The Exploding Bubble
  • Artificial Thunder
  • Pressure Of Air Shewn By A Wine Glass
  • The Magic Bottle ...
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Hercat
Conjuring Up To Date by Hercat

From the preface:

Card Tricks and Conjuring Up to Date, by reason of recent additions, having become too large for one volume, I have decided to divide it into two, and now present Conjuring Up to Date by itself, in which I give a description of the very latest tricks, thus making it realize its title of "up to date."

In the other volume, Card Tricks With and Without Apparatus, will be found the most recent additions which have been made to escamotage des cartes. When both these volumes have been digested, students in legerdemain are advised to make a study of the more advanced conjuring...

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Milbourne Christopher
Conjuring with Christopher by Milbourne Christopher

Contains sixty-one tricks with cards, coins, ropes, thimbles, cigarettes, cigarette lighters, table knife, silks, Mental Magic, Stage Magic etc. Most of the tricks are very easy to do and little practice is required. Several tricks are completely self-working and mechanical in nature.

Paul Fleming wrote:

This book is described on the title-page as "a choice collection of magic with coins, cards, thimbles, silks, ropes, etc., plus a chapter on mental magic, and a variety of feats for the stage." It contains 64 pages of explanatory material, in addition to the six or eight introductory pages which include...

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Gerard Zitta
Cool Mysteries 1 by Gerard Zitta

9 Hands off effects you can do completely naked

Elimination: A card prediction without cards

The bills trip mystery

  • "Happy Hour"
  • "Money transfer"
Hands off my Lady!
  • 3 card monte
  • 4 card monte
  • 5 card monte
  • all hands off
Guess my card: The Performer thinks of a card and the Spectator(s) guess it, as well as its position in a virtual (or real) deck of cards.

Take my order: Imagine you are performing in a restaurant, you approach a table.
"I am your waiter. Are you ready to order?"
"Actually my name is …, I am a Performer"
"You are the waiter and I am the customer!...

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Dan Harlan
Crazy 8, Crazy Cash by Dan Harlan

Innovative! Brilliant! Impossible! As seen on TV! So, what is Crazy-8? A signed piece of paper is torn, rearranged, and restored MIS-MADE... and it's still signed. No tape, no glue, just magic! The spectator keeps the cool souvenir of your awesome magical powers. Plus, you'll learn how to do it with a borrowed dollar bill. Imagine that!

Includes: Fully illustrated instructions with the professional script written and performed by Harlan. Original artwork for making your own gimmicks... no refills needed. Full instructions for Crazy-Cash with information on how to obtain the secret materials...

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Fred Darevil
Crazy Cocktail by Fred Darevil

A very visual and entertaining effect, complete with presentation, beautiful graphics, and soundtrack.

You will predict :

  1. The ingredients freely chosen by spectators to make their unique "Crazy Cocktail"!
  2. The price of the cocktail!
  3. An additional, totally free choice made by the spectator at the last second before the revelations. The prediction will be found in an envelope the spectator had in her hands since the beginning of the routine. The envelope is normal, is not switched, and can be examined by the spectator!

The ebook includes:

  • Every detail for maximum impact with...
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Ravi Mayar
Credit Theft by Ravi Mayar

Borrow a credit card and show the strips found on back of the card. Now just with your finger tips peel the identity strip completely off, restore it and return the card with your hands completely empty. A timely presentation around the issue of identity theft.

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Ken Muller
Cup of T by Ken Muller

Unique magical effects and routine ideas made possible by the handle on a tea, demitasse or christening cup. Dozens of new moves, sleights, and subtleties beyond traditional cups and balls and chop cup routines.

Descriptions and definitions of T-cups and objects suitable for producing minor miracles and new feats of conjuring with free and ungaffed materials – simple teacups and small, common objects.

Explanation of more than sixty (60) moves using T-cups.

Detailed patterns of performance with T-cups using these moves.

A complete description and identification of 57 cup and ball...

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Sultan Orazaly
Cybercup by Sultan Orazaly

Cybercup is a fast attention grabber with nothing but a pen that sits in your pocket. Based on a well-known handling, this effect will fool your spectators.

Do it for yourself in front of a mirror. You'll fool yourself, so strong is the illusion.

Cybercup is a fast, visual, and interactive effect. Whether you are a miracle worker, salesperson, event host, or public speaker, this will help you break the ice and engage people in an instant.

The effect has been created to be remarkably visual on camera - whether that's using Zoom, FaceTime, Instagram Live, YouTube, or Skype. Your (digital)...

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Henry Hay
Cyclopedia of Magic by Henry Hay

Cyclopedia of Magic is an interesting book. It's primary quality stems from its alphabetical organization. It was compiled and written to provide the magician with a wide and solid background of magical knowledge. It provides definitions, descriptions, biographies and some routines on hundreds of magic topics. It is for the most part a compilation of material contributed by magicians such as August Roterberg, Charles Bertram, Eddie Joseph, Ellis Stanyon, John Mulholland, T. Nelson Downs and many others.

Paul Fleming wrote:

In 1902, William J. Hilliar produced his Modern Magician's Hand Book by bringing together, in a single volume, verbatim extracts from Hoffmann's Modern Magic and...

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Werner Miller
Da Capo 1 by Werner Miller

This is a collection of 30 semi-automatic effects (15 are card tricks the other 15 are non-card effects) that have appeared in various magazines more than a decade ago. There is no overlap with any other English ebooks by Werner Miller.

Two effects won the 1998 and 1992 Tenyo Magic Competition respectively!

The magic journals these effects have been published in are:

  • Genii
  • [lc=2163 Magigram
  • The New Tops
  • Club 71
  • Tenyo Magic Catalog
The list of effects:
  • Under Down Puzzle
  • PP-AA-II-RR-SS
  • Update on an Old-timer
  • Court Couples
  • Double Match
  • Add the Values
  • A la Hofzinser - Plus
  • Focused
  • Mathemagician's...
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Werner Miller
Da Capo 2 by Werner Miller

This is a collection of 30 tricks which appeared in Genii, Magigram, The New Tops and Club 71 - all before 2000. As usual with Werner Miller these are math based without any difficult sleight-of-hand.

  • Paradox Candles
  • What about Magic Squares?
  • Square Bet
  • Square Move
  • Two Way Forcing Device
  • Hallucina-Turn
  • Pip Dream
  • Clean Cut – Plus!
  • You Do K(Not) As I Do
  • Running up the Odds
  • Around the Table
  • Permission to Lie
  • Color Spelling
  • At 100 “Pair” Cent
  • Right – right – right – right, again!
  • Yes, David, I Will!
  • Diamond Speller
  • E-Z Elmsley
  • The Equation of the 8th Degree
  • EZOP
  • 4tuitous
  • The French...
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Werner Miller
Da Capo 3 by Werner Miller

This is a collection of 30 semi-automatic effects based on math, geometry and logic.

These tricks originally appeared 2000-2003 in the print magazine Club 71 and in the online journal Online Visions.

The list of effects:

  • Questa poi!
  • Sandwich Sympathy
  • Squaring the Cards
  • Partner Swapping
  • That Ace of Clubs!
  • Three Chances
  • Two to Toulouse
  • Pointing the Way
  • Australian Zodiac
  • Diamond Speller II
  • Everyone's a Wizard
  • Right there!
  • Fetsch + Hofzinser
  • Ask the Cards!
  • Magic Is Easy
  • Split Personalities
  • A Salute to Aberystwyth
  • About Turn!
  • Trikolore
  • Club Speller
  • Watch the Joker!
  • Cupidity
  • Escort Agency
  • Without...
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Werner Miller
Da Capo 4 by Werner Miller

This is a collection of 30 semi-automatic effects based on math, geometry and logic.

These tricks originally appeared 2003-2005 in the print magazine Club 71 and in the online journal Online Visions.

The list of effects:

  • Tripod
  • I Can Work Wonders
  • An Under/Down Force
  • Piercing
  • As Easy As Counting
  • Stand to Lose
  • Auto Transpo
  • Color-Ado
  • Klondyke Separation
  • Criss Cross
  • SEVENade
  • Spellimination
  • Pars pro toto
  • Value & Suit
  • Inseparable
  • Go West!
  • Pentaflush
  • PuzzLegacy
  • Cheers!
  • Tabula rasa
  • Marked for Matching
  • Triple Jump
  • CATO Plus
  • SymboliClue
  • ColOracle
  • The Proof
  • Hey, Peter!
  • Promo
  • Quiz...
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