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R. Kunard
The Book of Modern Conjuring by R. Kunard
  • Chapter I: Introduction
  • Chapter II: Dress, Table, Wand, Apparatus, And Stage
  • Chapter III: Tricks With Handkerchiefs
  • Chapter IV: Palming, Passing, And Changing Coins, Rings, And Small Articles
  • Chapter V: Tricks With Coins Not Requiring Apparatus
  • Chapter VI: Coin Tricks Requiring Apparatus
  • Chapter VII: Tricks With Cups And Balls
  • Chapter VIII: Tricks With Rings
  • Chapter IX: Tricks With Hats
  • Chapter X: Tricks With Watches
  • Chapter XI: Tricks With Dice And Dominoes
  • Chapter XII: Tricks With Electricity
  • Chapter XIII: Miscellaneous Tricks
  • Chapter XIV: Spiritualism And Mesmerism

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★★★★★ $10
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Gregg Webb
The Book That Burns In Hell by Gregg Webb
  • Chapter 1:
    • Blinded Deluxe
    • Comedy Mental
    • New Experimental Grip for Webb's False Count with Coins
    • A Handling Variation of the L'Homme Masque Load
    • New Shamanism
  • Chapter 2:
    • Leaf Rejuvination
    • Bubble-Pop Corn
    • Tierra Del Fuego Leather Strap Stretch: a real shaman's trick
    • Imaginary Friends
    • Clay Tablets and Beyond
  • Chapter 3:
    • Variations on Chanin's Production
    • Chanin Production to get into 3-Fly
    • Next: A New Ending for 3-Fly
    • 3 At Once
    • On Shamanism
    • Original Spin
  • Chapter 4:
    • Gellerbound
    • Shades of Geller
    • Some from the Fingertips
    • Postcards from the Edge (of Hell)
  • Chapter...
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Gregg Webb
The Book That Casts No Reflection by Gregg Webb

This is a compilation of magic newsletters by the same name that Gregg wrote, illustrated, and published in 2004 and 2005.


  • Foreword (Doug MacGeorge)
  • Table of Contents
Chapter 1: A Simplified Poker Deal
  • S.K.I.S.S.E.S.: Simplified Poker Deal
  • Retouches: Simplified Poker Deal
  • Key and Card: Idea for the Ghost Key
  • The Haunted Bookshelf: brief thoughts on the upcoming Juan Tamariz' Mnemonica book
Chapter 2: A Wild Card Trick - Coins
  • Wild Card Trick: Using Cartoons on Cards
  • Retouches: Adjusting Your Presentation
  • New 1 to 4: Coin Multiplication
  • Retouches: Coin Angles ...
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Peter Prevos
The Box Goes-In-Da Box by Peter Prevos

A treatise on the Gozinta Boxes

The Box Goes-In-Da Box. A treatise on the Gozinta Boxes. Magicians have been captivated by the Gozinta Box since it was first introduced to the magic world by Lubor Fiedler in 1970. The essence of the gozinta plot in magic is that an object fits into itself - a topological anomaly.

The word gozinta (also spelt 'gazinta') is a form of eye dialect, just like words such as fella for fellow or helluva instead of "hell of a". The word gozinta was introduced by primary school teachers to explain long division using the gozinta method: 2 gozinta 4, 3 gozinta 6 and so on. ...

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Walter Gibson
The Bunco Book by Walter Gibson

Gaffed games, clever cons, sensational swindles - how to spot the bunco artist before he cheats you.

This may well be the greatest exposé of gambling methods, swindles, confidence games and carnival midway hustles ever published. No matter if you're a magician, gambler, carnival midway patron (or operator), law enforcement professional, or simply want to protect yourself, you're going to enjoy this book.

Especially valuable to those with an interest in carnival and gaming paraphernalia are the methods used to gaff the devices as sold back in the day by H. C. Evans, K. C. Card Co., and...

★★★★ $12
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Peter Duffie
The Celtic Cabal by Peter Duffie

A new collection of Magic & Mentalism from Ireland, Scotland & Wales

  • 35 contributors
  • 45 routines
  • including two essays
  • over 170 pages
  • fully illustrated with photographs & graphics

1st edition 2010; 181 pages.

Table of Contents

  • Mentalism
    1. Q.R.: Confabulating Confabulation
    2. Max Gordon: The Creative Side
    3. Max Gordon: The Last Straw
    4. David Lees: Mentalism (essay)
    5. David Lees: Tarot Magick
    6. Jim Cuthbert: Where will we Go on Holiday?
    7. Paul Lesso: The Jungle Book Test
    8. Paul Lesso: Quadtratus Magic Square
    9. Pete Lamont: Shape Up and Shape Down
    10. Peter Duffie: Brainwoven
    11. Peter Duffie:...
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Aldo Colombini
The Classics by Aldo Colombini

Lecture notes with great advice and eight wonderful routines by master entertainer Aldo Colombini.

  • You are the only one who knows!
  • Seventh Floor: Seven cards are selected. One card is signed by the spectator and then all seven cards are lost in the deck. One by one, they are found by the performer. The signed card re-appears and then finally, it is found inside the pocket.
  • Ace-mbly: You perform a Matrix effect with the Aces and four coins. The first time the coins gather under one Ace. The second time the coins do not move, but the pips of the cards do: Three Aces become blank and the fourth...
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Aldo Colombini
The Close-Up Magic of Aldo Colombini by Aldo Colombini

Ever since Obie O'Brien brought Aldo Colombini to the FFFF convention many years ago, it has been a love affair between Aldo and magic in America. While Aldo can do some of the hardest moves, he has developed a unique style of strong magic with little sleight-of-hand. The kind that is entertaining to watch and fun to perform. None of the material is hard to do, yet will fool any audience, including those hard to please magicians themselves.

It is hard to miss Aldo, both in person (6' 5"), and in magic, because he has written for many magazines, performed and lectured throughout the world...

★★★★ $14.95
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Bert Allerton
The Close-Up Magician by Bert Allerton

At the height of his success, Bert was the most celebrated close up performer and highest paid cafe entertainer. These are the tricks he made famous. Edited by Bob Parrish, illustrated by Howard Bamman.

Contents include his Seven Secret Tricks, Eight Favorite Card Tricks, plus his specialty-cutting to any card, Eight Novelty Tricks like his scissors, Little Hindu, The Flutist, and others, The Allerton Classics, The Jumping Flower, The Bird Cage, etc. Plus rules for a close up magician, and a bibliography. The seventy pages are wound throughout with a vast assortment of Allerton memorabilia. Here is...

★★★★ $9.95
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Alberto Sitta
The Colourful Magic of Alberto Sitta by Alberto Sitta

Alberto Sitta specializes in commercial magic that you can use in your stage, cabaret and close-up shows. His Leopard Silk is perhaps his most famous effect and has been performed and copied by magicians all over the world. In this ebook Alberto reveals more of the mysteries that have gained him a reputation as one of Italy's most creative performers.

There are no pipe dreams here. All the magic has been regularly used by Alberto Sitta in his professional performances and lectures throughout Europe. Practical, colorful and commercial these are the hallmarks of Sitta's creations and here are...

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Wolfgang Riebe
The Complete Works by Wolfgang Riebe

Wolfgang Riebe has been one of the most successful professional magicians in the world during the last 30 years with appearances in over 165 countries. This is not just an ebook on prestidigitation, but original routines and ideas that work. A unique feature is that most tricks have video links where you can see Wolfgang perform the effects and routines he shares. So you are not buying an ebook on 'theory', but on practical magic that works. As a bonus he shares links to select online teach-in videos too.

This is a man who has achieved a number of firsts in the magic world, had over 200 TV...

★★★★★ $29.99
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J. F. Orrin
The Conjurer's Vade-Mecum by J. F. Orrin

From the foreword by Will Goldston:

Although in writing this book, the author's thought has been mainly for the beginner, I feel confident that advanced magicians will find a good deal of very useful material in "THE CONJURER'S VADE MECUM." Mr. Orrin writes clearly and concisely, and in doing so draws upon a store of knowledge acquired by practical experience. He gives many a useful little hint as to the choice of tricks for different occasions, and in describing each trick he comes straight to the point and explains, first the effect and then the method of working, and finally adds suggestions for...

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Cameron Francis
The Continental by Cameron Francis

"Sticky greatness = epic!! Great e-book and I will be using this one for definite!" - Chris Congreave

From January 2010 to February 2011, Cameron had 12 tricks published in the British IBM magazine The Budget. The column was called "The Continental" and thanks to editor Stephen Tucker, Cameron is now able to offer you all 12 effects in one PDF.

The column includes tricks for close-up and stand-up work using cards, coins, bills, matchbooks, business cards, Sharpies, steno pads and drawings. While some of the material has been published before, five of the tricks have never been previously published and most of...

★★★★★ $15
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Peter Wilker
The Creation of Magic by Peter Wilker

A practical guide to the invention of tricks plus newly created tricks.

"I must say that I was prepared to dislike this book ... Wilker's discussion, however, is so pleasant and unassuming that one can hardly disagree with him. In part, this is because Wilker seems to recognize the inherent problems in stating hard and fast rules about creativity and so limits his conclusions accordingly." - Stephen Hobbs

From the Preface:

This book reflects my own knowledge and thoughts on the subject of inventing tricks. Part 1 is devoted to this process and by reading its introduction you will, dear reader,...

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Lewis Ganson & Dai Vernon
The Dai Vernon Book of Magic by Lewis Ganson & Dai Vernon

I was lucky that I stumbled across this book very early on in my magic development. It had a huge impact on how I approached magic and how I think today about magic. The introductory chapter "The Vernon Touch" should be mandatory reading for every magician. I would go so far as to recommend re-reading it every year. Martin Breese wrote: "One of the most important books of magic ever written." Max Holden said: "I consider Vernon the greatest man with a pack of cards of the present day." Many consider Dai Vernon, the professor, as one who had probably the biggest impact on magic in recent times. ...

★★★★★ $19.90
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Reginald Scot
The Discoverie of Witchcraft by Reginald Scot

Reginald Scot intended his Discoverie of Witchcraft as a sensible argument disputing the existence of witches. It also features a small section on magic. The magic section starts with Booke 13 and Chapter 22. You will find rich full accounts of charges against witches, witch trials and practice of the black arts. Further, interviews with convicted witches, excerpts from inquisition, astrology, alchemy, charms, the names of demons, angels and other "words of power", spells, rituals, sabbats, biblical and Egyptian magic, and more. The Discoverie remains a much quoted primary source for those interested...

★★★ $9
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Albert Forrest
The Eighth Wonder by Albert Forrest

This hard-to-find title contains a wealth of dealer-quality club and stage magic, mentalism, and more for you to perform and enjoy. Here's a book from 1935 that, until now, has been out of print and jealously hoarded by collectors. It's filled with entertaining magic for close-up, club and stage. Clearly explained and well-illustrated, this goldmine of magic contains effects that will entertain as well today, as they did back when this book was originally released.

Divided into chapters, you'll find clever magic themed for Stage and Club, Comedy, Mentalism, and Card Effects. And only in this...

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George G. Kaplan & Warren J. Kaps
The Fine Art of Magic, 2nd Edition by George G. Kaplan & Warren J. Kaps

Some have argued that George Kaplan's Fine Art of Magic is the best magic book ever published. Juan Tamariz, who wrote a foreword to this second edition, says: "Hardly a performance where I do not include an effect from this book. It's the only book that contains only good and excellent tricks."

This magic treatise has stood the test of time. It has become a standard magic reference work. The First Edition is one of the most sought after magic books and is now available in its Second Edition, which incorporates additions and corrections from Kaplan's own notes, as well as adds more than 25% new and...

★★★★ $59.50
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Dale A. Hildebrandt
The First Five by Dale A. Hildebrandt

The first five volumes of the highly-acclaimed What Do You Expect For A Dollar? series. 45 Half-finished ideas with multiple typos and no photographs.

1st edition 2009, 98 pages.

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Lewis Ganson
The Ganson Book by Lewis Ganson

This book is part biographical, a history of Lewis Ganson - one of the most prolific authors of magic, and a lot of wonderful magic.

It is written in Ganson's usual well-written, well-articulated style. Cards, coins, money magic, mental magic, cups and balls, and much more.

1st edition 1982; 232 pages.

Table of Contents

  1. Dedication
  2. Bibliography
  3. Contents
  4. Index of Photographs
  5. A Tribute to Lewis Ganson Evening (Edwin Hooper)
  6. Introduction
  7. A Tribute from Dai Vernon
  8. The Music Room
  9. Jess
  10. The Burford Arms
  11. A Magician at the Bar
  12. The Cap and Pence
  13. Ellis Stanyon's Limit Four Ace Trick
  14. Moving On
  15. My Start in Magic
  16. Jack...
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Devin Knight
The Great Apple Heist by Devin Knight

A great trick for kid shows, especially at Halloween. Two kids take an equal turn at removing apples from a bowl. Yet one child ends up with 5 apples and the other 2 apples. Baffling to an audience. Magician directs from a distance.

These are some of the most unusual effects ever developed for a stand-up performer. Effects your audiences haven't seen before. These routines are based on an ancient close-up effect that has been revised so it can be seen on the largest stage or in someone's living room. You can work this under any conditions with no angle problems or special props. Routines...

★★★★ $8
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Scott Xavier
The Grind: How to Make Sideshow Gaffs by Scott Xavier

A new ebook developed to guide the home hobbyist into creating professional museum quality sideshow props. You will learn numerous steps to creating lifelike figures. Skin, ears, eyes, its all about the detail! From an alien fetus in a jar to a mermaid, you will be able to create realistic detailed exhibits and you will learn how to display them for maximum effect! All these skills were developed after several years touring with a grind show museum.

1st edition 2014, 33 pages.

★★★★ $9.99
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William W. Larsen
The Gyp Artist by William W. Larsen

Here's an entertaining, 25- to 60-minute lecture that you, the magician or mentalist, can present on the topic of scams and cons. And it's a money-maker.

Become an Expert on Cons and Swindles...
Or just talk like one. This is a new field for most magicians and mentalists, allowing you to give your lecture to civic groups, security seminars, government agencies, corporations -- anywhere people gather. And these organizations have deep pockets, too, able to pay you well for your time.

Fabled Bunco Games of History...
Now become practical, effective tricks in the magician's hands, each...

★★★★ $12
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Devin Knight
The Hustle by Devin Knight

A great little trick/bet you can learn in just a few minutes and you are always ready to stump someone. The effect can be done with cards, matches or coins. The twelve objects are laid out in three horizontal rows. The object of the game is that the person left with the last item to pick up loses the game. You only play this game with one person at a time. The rules are simple. The player can only take from one row at a time. Take as many as you wish from either the first, second or third row, but you cannot pick from different rows until your next turn. Either you or the spectator can start...

★★★★ $4
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