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Brick Tilley
Spot the Spot by Brick Tilley

Any red showing loses!

The spot game is the black widow of the midway because an untrained player has little chance to cover the red spot using the five zinc plates supplied. Rules: the player must drop the plates one at a time from a distance of at least an inch attempting to cover the entire red area. He is later allowed to drop fewer plates bettering his chances of winning.

The spot game is seldom seen these days because law enforcement consider it to be beyond the possibility of chance. It is an excellent aid to the magician, especially when combined with a demonstration of a short...

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Brick Tilley
China's Song by Brick Tilley

This is China's version of the Three Shell Game or the Three Card Monte Game. It is played with three sticks held between the fingers of one hand. One stick has a little string tied to it. The task for the spectator is to identify the stick with the string. As you can imagine this is a crooked game and the performer decides when he lets you win. This game was brought by Ching Ling Foo to America in 1899.

1st edition 2016, 4 pages.

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Brick Tilley
The Mouse Pitch Move by Brick Tilley

Twisty is the latest version of the mouse pitch. Learn the never revealed handling that allows you to baffle everyone with this classic carnival pitch wonder toy. Perfect for walk around. This move was originally developed and taught for the worm pitch.

1st edition 2016, 4 pages.

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Brick Tilley
Lobster Thermometer by Brick Tilley

A pair of authentic gypsy scams in print for the first time. One uses a lighted candle to dispel evil. The other appears to boil water in a glass using the power of the mind. A video is included demonstrating and explaining the boiling water trick.

1st edition 2016, 4 pages, video length 2:13.

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Brick Tilley
70 Top Effects From 70 Years of Magician's Magazines by Brick Tilley

Brick Tilley has been a student of magic for decades. In particular he read magic magazines and kept notes about the best and most interesting effects, tips, tricks and articles. In this unusual ebook, he shares the 70 best and most interesting items to read, taken from eight magazines, spanning the last 70 years.

However, note that you are only getting the reference where you will find the article and a short description of what it is and why it should be of interest to you. You don't get the actual articles. You need to have the magazines to read the articles. Several of them are available...

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Brick Tilley
Production Box by Brick Tilley

This is an updated version of the classic Tipover Box. It allows for a very casual and innocent handling. (Includes PDF and video.)

1st edition 2018, 4 pages.

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Brick Tilley
Spirit Glass by Brick Tilley

Cause a glass hanging from a string to mysteriously chime whenever and how often you wish, with nothing to see for the spectators. It is a wonderful audiophile effect.

Here is the chiming again with clearer audio.

1st edition 2018, 4 pages + 2 videos

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Brick Tilley
Inexhaustible Bag by Brick Tilley

Produce six multi-colored corsage-type flower boxes on ribbons from an empty paper bag. You will receive a PDF and two videos that will teach you the details.

1st edition 2018, 4 pages, 2 videos.

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Brick Tilley
The Noodle Trick by Brick Tilley

The performer extends his arm and a paper streamer appears. This is gathered up, placed in a bowl. Water is added. Using chopsticks the water is stirred, and the paper streamer transforms into real noddles you can eat. A Chinese classic.

Everything is explained in a PDF and a video.

1st edition 2019, 4 pages, video length 2:12.

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Brick Tilley
Vanishing Doll by Brick Tilley

Also known as "Ne Plus Ultra" and "Bonus Genus", this was a favorite pocket trick at the turn of the century. Even Houdini was known to have fashioned a crude version of this out of a scrap of wood. Modern day toy companies create small dolls that make handcrafted ones a thing of the past. We located an ideal version at a local 99¢ store, it's a small figurine of a cherub playing on a flute.

EFFECT: A small doll is covered with a cloth. The cloth has a hole in the center, out of it protrudes the doll's head. The head is allowed to drop into the folds of the cloth. Immediately the cloth is shaken...

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Brick Tilley
Poor Man's Nest of Boxes by Brick Tilley

For centuries this classic has utilized elaborately crafted models that no longer fit into our performing style. Here is an up-to-date, inexpensive, suspicion-free version that you can construct with minimal skills that is perfect for any type of magical performance. Use your imagination to craft your own customized version that will separate you from other performers.

1st edition 2021, PDF 3 pages, video 1 min 9 s.

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Bruce Posgate
Dove Pan-Orama by Bruce Posgate

A comprehensive survey of amusing ideas and ways to use a dove pan in an entertaining manner.

Excerpt from the Foreword by Sid Lorraine:

In this assembly of D. P. uses, Bruce Posgate has discovered how it can be effectively used in a variety of ways. I am sure the reader will wonder why he never thought of these things himself and how he could have been so stupid as to consider it a one-trick prop—strictly for the birds.

Coins, cards, beads, colored liquids, clocks, cigarettes, balloons and even mathematical magic may seem too wide a range of lid-loading stuff to please some, but I am sure the...

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Burling Hull
The Miracle Floating Light Effect by Burling Hull

Get more mileage from your floating lamp or ball effect with this outstanding ebook. The floating light is a beautiful and mysterious stage effect whereby an illuminated light bulb (that may be in a lamp) visibly detaches itself and floats across the stage, apparently under the performer's control. The performer makes mystic gestures toward himself and the lighted bulb floats toward him and lands in his palm. It may be carried to the footlights and shown all around. It can even be laid on the palm of a spectator. The magician then throws the bulb away from him several feet, and at a snap of...

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Calvin Lauber
Liquid Glass by Calvin Lauber

Three original glass penetration effects.

  • Immerse - A card is freely chosen by a spectator and is then signed. It is put on top of the glass table. With almost no cover, and both hands seemingly empty, it penetrates through the table, to the other side. The card can then be handed out immediately with the spectators signature on it.
  • Sublime - A coin is borrowed and can be signed if desired. The coin is put in the magician’s hand. As the magi squeezes the coin, he claims to be heating it to extraordinary temperatures. The magician opens his hand and quickly drops the hot coin onto the...
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Cameron Francis
Something Else by Cameron Francis

A collection of non-card effects

"I need more non-card stuff," is a familiar refrain with most close up magicians. Well, it's Cameron Francis to the rescue as he presents 8 stunning routines with business cards, coins, coin holders, sugar packets and matchboxes. That's right, no playing cards! Just practical, astonishing, real world effects using everyday objects which you will want to add to your repertoire straight away.

  • The Unfolding – A business card transpo that means business.
  • The Magic Coin – An offbeat Wild Coin routine that will surely lay them flat.
  • Business Burn – A...
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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...

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Carl Andrews
Magic from Maui by Carl Andrews

Very well done strolling, walk-around, or restaurant magic. The effects are clear and have a strong impact, and most don't require any difficult moves. The first third of the book provides some general discussion of getting restaurant work and how to promote yourself. Beautiful illustrations have been drawn by Tony Dunn.

1st edition 2003 by The Cairn Press, 96 pages; 1st digital edition 2012, 92 pages.

Table of Contents

  1. Foreword
  2. Further Foreword
  3. Carl's Comments
  4. Introduction
  5. Magical Beginnings
  6. Work
  7. More Opportunities
  8. Booking Agents
  9. Promotion
  10. Advice On Strolling
  11. Material
  12. Approaching...
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Carl Martell
The Modern Manipulator by Carl Martell

This, originally written in 1910, juggling and magic book is (for the most part) still very relevant. Besides the insights you will gain about juggling and magic in the late 1800s, you will also learn about forgotten routines that you can use to enrich your repertoire with and that would still play very well in your act today. You will get the original script as written by Carl Martell. It is an exciting read for jugglers, variety performers; and sleight of hand, close-up, and stage magicians alike. You will read about the workings behind some long-forgotten vaudeville juggling stunts, magic...

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Charles C. Eastman
Enthusiastic Magic by Charles C. Eastman

This work by noted magic author and dealer Chas. Eastman contains 11 great effects and tips for performers of all skill levels. We think this could be the best value in magic today. Contributors include Tommy Tucker, James D. Taylor, Val Evans, Harry Valcarte, and more. Here's a look at the contents:

Publisher's Introduction

A Most Subtle Card Force - Spectator inserts a red-backed card into a blue-backed deck. The card at the selected position is actually forced. No slip force is used.

The Triple Mystery - A dictionary mental prediction with three climaxes!

Call It What You Like...

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Charles C. Eastman
French's Manipulative Magic with Additions by Charles C. Eastman

Manipulative or sleight of hand magic is undoubtedly the purest form of the conjuror's art. Now you can add more than 20 beautiful and entertaining effects to your routine. Edwin A. French was a true artist, as shown by the moves that are well described by Chas. C. Eastman. Add to this the line art by none other than Nelson Hahne, and you have a combination that is hard to beat.

In addition to French's artistry, this edition also includes additional effects by Murray Sumner, John Morin, Nelson Hahne, Joseph Walker, Bert Douglas and Sid Lorraine.

While it's hard to be partial, as we like all the material, the Penetration effect is especially...

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Charles C. Eastman
Inspired Magical Effects by Charles C. Eastman

Like the title says, this collection of excellent effects will inspire you to become a better magician. Magic author and dealer Chas. Eastman has compiled a dozen great magical mysteries that you will enjoy performing. There's something here for performers of all skill levels. Contributors include Bob Weill, Harry Valcarte, Will Ross, R. S. Bailey, James D. Taylor, and more.

From the introduction by T.A. Whitney:

Eastman has embraced his role as compiler by including only top-notch effects; there’s no filler here. While you'll no doubt have your own favorites among them, the ones that...

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Charles Lang Neil
The Modern Conjurer by Charles Lang Neil

This is my favorite magic book. The reason for this is that it was a groundbreaking book at the time it appeared and its contents is excellent. It was the first magic book that had photos instead of drawings or engravings throughout. And the contents is fantastic. It is one of the few books with a large chapter on chapeaugraphy. Add to this great chapters on shadowgraphy, plate spinning and paper folding. A large part is devoted to card magic, magic with coins, balls, and handkerchiefs, and much much more. If I would have to select one book this would be it. It is a book not many people know about. But you...

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Charles Lang Neil
After Dinner Sleights and Pocket Tricks by Charles Lang Neil

Table of Contents

  1. The Principles Of Natural Magic
  2. Manner And Gesture
  3. The Conjurer's Clothes
  4. The Wand
  5. The Table
  6. To Palm A Coin
  7. The Back And Front Palm
  8. To Change A Coin
  9. Coin And Glass Trick
  10. A Coin Wrapped In Paper Disappears
  11. To Pass Ten Coins Held In Left Hand Into A Glass Held In Right Hand At Arm's Length
  12. The Aerial Mint
  13. Production Of Handkerchiefs
  14. To Produce A Number Of Real Hen's Eggs From A Handkerchief
  15. The Handkerchiefs And Soup Plate
  16. Wonderful Torn And Restored Paper
  17. The Mysteriously-Joined Handkerchiefs
  18. The Changing Handkerchiefs
  19. A Ring Passed On To Stick Or Wand...
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Charles Sylber & T. A. Whitney
33 Deceptions with a Changing Bag by Charles Sylber & T. A. Whitney

You'll no doubt be surprised at the many sensational uses Sylber and Whitney have discovered for this reliable magician's prop. Nine out of ten people interested in magic own a change bag, but there are many who use it for just one trick, or leave it in their drawer of magic odds and ends. This isn't right. The changing bag probably has more uses than any other piece of magical equipment.

To fill this need, Sylber and Whitney have developed this compendium of 33 clever tricks, ideas and routines that you can do with the change bag. Many are effects that you'd gladly pay upwards of twenty...

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