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Sandeep
Trick Tac by Sandeep

Trick Tac is an effect where you balance a Tic tac box in an impossible way on your finger. It is very easy to do and once you made the gimmick it lasts you for a long time.

Consider these:

  1. No glue, wax, magnets etc.,
  2. Everything is examinable
  3. Can be done with or without tictacs in the box
  4. Quick reset
Once you learn it, you will love performing it.

1st edition 2016, length 7 min.

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Sandeep
C Through by Sandeep

C Through is an effect where you visually push a torn off corner of a spectator's selected card into an empty tic tac box. The spectator can check the corner to confirm that it matches their card.

  1. No gimmicks
  2. Visual and direct
  3. Everything is examinable
  4. The spectator can hold the box and can keep it after the effect
  5. You can also do it with bills
  6. Easy to do
  7. Quick reset

1st edition 2016, length 7min 44s

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Arthur P. Felsman
37 Effective After Dinner Tricks by Arthur P. Felsman

Dinner's over, so now what? Entertain your guests, that's what! Here's a clever collection of after-dinner magic to entertain friends, business associates, and even total strangers.

Written by a famous Chicago magic dealer, the effects run the gamut from close-up miracles to routines for club and platform. You'll find entertaining matrix effects, cut and restored mysteries, mindreading experiments, and much more. Includes a very nice two-person mental act that could be the hit of your next corporate show, banquet, or awards dinner.

Some of these effects were sold individually by magic...

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William S. Houghton
The Magic 36 by William S. Houghton

This ebook contains excellent variety for magicians and mentalists of all performing capabilities and experience levels. The effects and routines include apparatus tricks, mental stunts, spirit writing, predictions, magazine and book tests, thumb ties, and tricks with cards, silks, coins, cigarettes, billiard balls, sponge ball and a terrific rope routine.

Paul Fleming wrote:

This book derives its peculiar title from the fact that it contains 36 items. The text begins on page 5 and runs to page 71, making a total of 66 pages of more than average size; and there are 15 satisfactory line drawings. The...

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Julius Hopkins
Effervescent Effects by Julius Hopkins

Here's a book that belongs on every magician's digital shelf. Inside you'll find 48 effects, tips and suggestions for close-up and club performers.

One of our favorites is the "Ring and Balloon Problem," as we can see it being used to win bar bets. Especially if you use an engagement or wedding patter story with your spectator. "Dollar Discernment" is also exceptionally clever as a mental test. We believe entertainers will make great use of it for those situations where they are asked to perform and have no props with them. Good stuff.

Here's a look at what's included:

  • Preface
  • The...
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J. C. Cannell
Modern Conjuring by J. C. Cannell
  • Card Tricks
    • The Four Burglars
    • Divination
    • An Exhibition of Thought-Reading
    • The Disappearing Ace
    • Another Thought-Reading Trick
    • Hypnotic Selection
    • The Four Burglars Again
  • Tricks with Ordinary Handkerchiefs
    • Parachute
    • Doubling the Allotment
    • The Puzzle Knot
    • The Stretched Handkerchief
    • The Salamandic Handkerchief
    • The Flash Handkerchief
    • The Acrobatic Handkerchief
    • Handkerchief Knotting Act
    • The Instantaneous Knot
    • One-Handed Knot
    • Double Instantaneous Knot
  • Paper Magic
    • Trough
    • Easy Aeroplane Fold
    • Chrysalis Beads
    • Christmas Crackers
    • Slap Bang
    • Doorway Scoring Game
  • Conjuring...
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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Pick Of The Crop by Ulysses Frederick Grant

The best simple methods for the following 12 great effects:

  • No. 1 - To Vanish or Transport A Live Dove Through Space while Surrounded, Without Special Boxes, Bags or Body Work
  • No. 2 - To Predict, In Black Crayon On Large Cardboard, The Names Of Three FREELY SELECTED cards
  • No. 3 - To Cause A Person's Fingers To Slowly Draw Together, Without Touching Them Or Their Fingers
  • No. 4 - To Predict In Bold Letters On A Large Card The Word A Person Will Select In Any Magazine
  • No. 5 - To Create The Effect Of Little Invisible Men From Outer Space Dancing On A Sheet Of Paper. Close-up Or Stage
  • No....
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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Super Magical Secrets by Ulysses Frederick Grant
  • Introduction
  • Foreword
  • Mecca
  • Hindoo Rope And Rising Card
  • Grant’s Super Rope Trick
  • Pearls Of Persia
  • Magic Hand And Mystic Rings
  • Grant’s Super Die Box
  • A Bedtime Story
  • Sambo The Human Hen
  • Mah Jong Mystery Sticks
  • Super Prediction
  • Vanishing Die And Appearing Girl
  • Dr. Jeykell And Mr. Hyde

PDF 20 pages

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Jimmy Ray
Between the Acts by Jimmy Ray

Jimmy Ray, a top-flight pro, reveals nearly two dozen of his favorite effects and routines for close-up and TV workers.

This ebook is often referred to in other books for professional magicians, but has long been unavailable. Now revised and updated, this great work is now available in a convenient digital format. Inside, you'll find beautifully routined magic with coins, cards, dice, and even doves - all clearly explained, along with 25 photographs.

These is commercial magic at its best, suitable for performance on TV, in bars, casinos, night clubs, and corporate events.

CONTENTS ...

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Solomon Stein
Magic Maestro Please by Solomon Stein

Whether you perform on the stage, platform, or for more intimate audiences, there's sure to be something you can use in this terrific ebook. The author and his friends, including Edward Saint, provide a plethora of entertaining illusions and mysteries that you'll be proud to perform.

We liked the original book, but felt the editing left something to be desired. Now with a modern face lift, these effects are ready to amaze your audiences. Includes a mix of straight and comedic magic involving cards, rope, silks, an escape, a livestock appearance that's as nice as anything you can buy from...

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Solomon Stein
Patriotic Magic by Solomon Stein

Show love for your country, audience or corporate sponsor by adding one or more patriotic effects, tips or suggestions to your program.

No one person could have invented so many effects. Solomon Stein, the author of Magic, Maestro, Please, reached out to the best minds in magic to bring you this fine collection of audience-pleasing magic.

As B. W. McCarron notes in the introduction, audiences like to feel that they are involved in a performance. By showing your audience that you care, you are going the extra mile that will result in more and better paying shows for you.

Patriotic effects make excellent photo opportunities...

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Hamilton Floyd
Manual of Show Stunts by Hamilton Floyd

Stunts of the stage and big top from starting to starring.

An ideal lesson and source book for obtaining information on acquiring show skills. Learn them and perform at fairs, traveling circuses, rodeos, "in one" before the curtain at magic shows, on cruise ships, or on TV. Let's face it. Audiences love show stunts, such as juggling, balance feats, acrobatic demonstrations, and the like. They appreciate the level of skill and dedication that these artists possess.

Because these acts are somewhat of a novelty, they fit in well with other entertainments, making an extravaganza that is a...

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Stanley Collins
Original Magical Creations by Stanley Collins

From the Foreword:

Magicians who are seeking that evanescent "something new" which, like the Family Ghost, is very often talked about but seldom seen, will, I venture to prophesy, find "something new" in Original Magical Creations.

In penning this volume my aim has been twofold. In the first place, I have set out to describe in detail the methods by which certain experiments originated by myself are performed, and secondly my endeavour has been to teach how to perform them, which is a totally different proposition.

To carry out this plan in its entirety, the inclusion of the covering...

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Joe Berg
Here's New Magic by Joe Berg

Seven years in the making! Another great book by the co-author of Here's Magic.

Magician-dealer Joe Berg reveals 23 secrets of magic that, prior to the release of this book, had never before been divulged. With the assistance of Martin Gardner, Berg reveals his best, tested tricks and routines that magicians of every ilk will put to immediate use.

Featuring killer effects such as the "Adhesive Tape Thumb-Tie" that, unlike a $25 manuscript that uses red electrician's tape, works with any tape and uses no external gimmicks. Or how about "The Magical Hatchery" — a cute effect that's a hit for club workers.

Close-up...

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David Devant
Tricks For Everyone by David Devant

Clever conjuring with common objects. Illustrated with 134 photographs.

From the introduction:

The following chapters will be found to be practical lessons in conjuring. Many people have the erroneous idea that if they know how a trick is done they are quite capable of presenting it to an audience. I have always found that a very little experience will show such persons that the mere knowledge of the secret of a trick is not of much value to a beginner unless it is accompanied by some simple instructions showing him the best way of using his knowledge. Therefore, I shall not merely give...

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Ken Allen
Tips by Ken Allen

On a budget? Can't find audience-friendly magic at the magic shop? Then build your own with this great collection of 52 magic tips, ideas, patter and suggestions (or in other words, T.I.P.S.)

Even if you're all thumbs, the author's clear descriptions and illustrations makes it easy to craft amazing effects, props and utility items. He also reveals the source of an incredible building material, as well as finishing tips.

Magic reviewers, dealers and magicians everywhere all agree that TIPS contains the largest collection of new, easy to make practical magic than books five times the price....

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Eddie Joseph
A Magician Goes To Dinner by Eddie Joseph

From the introduction:

The tricks described here are for "extempore" showing. They have been specially developed for entertaining fellow diners, within watching distance, around a banquet or dinner table.

To perform "extempore" is not the same as giving a show on the stage. In one's regular program everything is premeditated. Performing to a group around the table is different. To begin with, the tricks must be of the type that could be worked without much ado. They must be short and spontaneous. They must be worked in an "off-hand" manner. Finally, not only in character but in appearance...

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Samuel Berland & T. A. Whitney
New Applause Winning Tricks by Samuel Berland & T. A. Whitney

Here are more beautifully routined professional effects to add to your act, from the minds of Berland and Whitney. The experts agree that the effects in this book are applause-getters. We concur, as well. Not just one or two, but seven separate routines that you'll want to put to use right away. The crystal-clear illustrations by Herb Borin and Mickey O'Malley make it easy to follow every move.

Just look at what's included:

Super Card Impalement - A card stab effect using two knives that reveal the selected cards from a pair of spectators.

Triple Magical Surprise - Three lit cigarettes...

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Norman Hoole & J. J. Shepherd
Original Magical Novelties by Norman Hoole & J. J. Shepherd

A Selection of novel magical problems from the repertoires of Norman Hoole and J. J. Shepherd: "All the items have been presented in public with success, which fact speaks more than pages of self-recommendation."

  • Rainbow Ribbons
  • A Useful Suggestion
  • The Flight
  • A Novel Production
  • Mirrors Of Mystery
  • Merely Illusive
  • A Visible Transit
  • Cameos In Cambric
  • A Financial Catastrophe
  • The Fourth Assistant
  • The Pass Superseded
  • Silk And Sorcery
  • A Little Surprise
  • Paper-Gate Castle
  • The "N. H." Wine & Water Problem

1st edition 1921, 24 pages; PDF 22 pages.

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Milbourne Christopher & Hen Fetsch
Magic at Your Fingertips by Milbourne Christopher & Hen Fetsch

A top-flight collection of 33 tested tricks and performance suggestions by two of America's greatest magicians and magic inventors, Milbourne Christopher and 'Hen' Fetsch.

We can't remember the last time we had so much fun enjoying a book on magic. No stuffy prose or verbose instructions here, Christopher and Fetsch reveal the inner workings just as if you're discussing them over a beer or burger at your favorite hangout.

Magic at Your Fingertips features chapters on close-up conjuring, mental magic, card feats, sorcery with silks and a wide assortment of unusual variety magic. It contains...

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William W. Larsen & T. Page Wright
The L. W. Pocket and Parlor Mysteries by William W. Larsen & T. Page Wright

Long out of print, we're pleased to bring you this collection of baffling close-up and small group effects for magicians and psychic entertainers, from the minds of Larsen and Wright.

The material in this ebook was chosen for its entertainment value, its suitability for small audiences, and to ensure that the methods are new and novel. Not a rehash of old content, this is magic that your audiences will enjoy as much as you will enjoy performing it.

You get:

The Magic Mail - The magician forgets to stamp a letter. A spectator chooses a denomination from among 16 choices and holds the...

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Percy Naldrett
Magical Notes and Notions by Percy Naldrett
  • Fore-Word to Second Edition
  • The Chocolate Box Mystery
  • Flash Paper Ideas
  • A "Live" Rabbit
  • Fishing for Money
  • The Suffragette Problem
  • The Levitation of a Piece of Paper
  • The Transformation Tumbler
  • The Lightning Ink and Water Change
  • The "Eureka" Slate
  • An Egg, Handkerchief, & Milk Combination

1st edition 1913, 2nd edition 1920, 36 pages; PDF 23 pages.

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Tommy Windsor
Street Faker Act by Tommy Windsor

Here's a great change of pace routine for the magician -- an act that parodies the medicine pitchman. Audiences love it ... and you will, too.

The author includes his exact routine, including every bit of the hilarious patter and bits of business that made Tommy's act a laugh riot on stages from coast to coast. Not burlesque, but a clean comedy "pitch" act that can be performed in churches and schools as well as lodges and clubs. Full of laughs, but not a "blue" gag in the lot. A riot of fun but contains nothing to offend anyone.

You sell and demonstrate "Dr. Presto's Magical Medicines...

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Wilbur Kattner
Off the Beaten Path by Wilbur Kattner

Looking for something a little bit different in magic? Here are 14 card and general magic ideas with the accent on novelty and practicability. Wilbur Kattner, the mastermind behind such ingenious effects as The Shattering Flask and The Prolix Spirit Writes, has filled the pages of this ebook with conjuring that deserves a place in your program.

Contains Orville Meyer's Restless Colors, and the torn corner effect, CLIMAX!, which won the Caryl Fleming Gold Medal Award for the author. Also included is a complete explanation of how to make Daub ala Meyer, a marketed product for card magicians, which has since...

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