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Ulysses Frederick Grant & B. W. McCarron
Flash Magic by Ulysses Frederick Grant & B. W. McCarron

There are eight excellent effects in this updated ebook - plus a few variations - that you and your audiences will enjoy. Best of all, most can be made from materials found at discount and dollar stores. For example, Visible Silk Flight is a brilliant routine with a toy pop gun rifle and a colorful silk handkerchief that you can make up yourself. Just as good as a $150 dealer item. Or how about Lantern of the Air, a beautiful floating effect with a candle-lit Chinese paper lantern? You get two methods explained: one using an assistant and a second one for the one-person show. Or if it's comedy...

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Abhinav Bothra
Whimsical Wallet by Abhinav Bothra

Introduce your business cards or credit cards in a fun new way.

EMERGE
Your Business Card / Credit Card or a Playing Card eerily emerges out of the inside compartment. [One time setup and you are good to go for hundreds of performances. The speed is completely under your control. Resets Instantly.]

CARD DART
Your Business Card / Credit Card jumps out of wallet. [Even for the laziest person set-up will takes less than 10 seconds]

Works with any regular bi-fold wallet. You can keep all your stuff in there and still perform these. Also included in the explanation is CARD DART II which is an impromptu take on it's earlier version.

(For the PDF please check your digital shelf.)

1st edition 2015, length 18 minutes....

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Gregg Webb
Super Session #1: Key on the String by Gregg Webb

Each ebook in the series will feature a single effect from Gregg's vast oeuvre. Whenever applicable, Gregg will present new handlings, suggestions, and presentations. The series follows Gregg's established style of graphics and hand-lettered text.

The effect, "The Key on the String," was originally published in Gregg Webb's ebook, The Shade.

1st edition 2019, 3 pages.

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Gregg Webb
Super Session #2: Coins Across 2000 - Updated by Gregg Webb

This effect was originally published in Gregg Webb's various newsletters as "Hit-and-Run" before landing in Genii Magazine as "Coins Across 2000." This Super Session is an improved and updated version. This ebook has hand-lettered text.

1st edition 2019, 5 pages.

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Gregg Webb
Super Session #3: Leipzig Poker Deal X by Gregg Webb

This effect, "Nate Leipzig Poker Deal X," was originally published in Gregg Webb's ebook, The Lizard Wizard's Diary as part of his SOHO trilogy. This ebook has hand-lettered text.

1st edition 2019, 2 pages.

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Gregg Webb
Aether #8: Sox, the Trick by Gregg Webb

Gregg Webb presents ideas using an egg bag to conjure up socks and other items that vanish in clothing dryers. The trick uses an egg bag and suitable small pieces of clothing.

Required props:

  • An egg bag (available through your favorite magic dealer)
  • Small pieces of colorful clothing, such as brightly colored socks
Here, you will learn how to:
  • Present a mirthful magic trick that uses an egg bag to produce clothing that disappeared in your dryer.
  • Create an alternate egg bag that resembles articles of clothing

1st edition 2021, PDF 2 pages.

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Edwin Sachs
Sleight of Hand by Edwin Sachs

This is an all time classic with 57 beautiful illustrations. It is one of the most complete books written on magic, because it teaches both stage and close-up magic (cards, coins, silks, cups and balls, etc.), technique, presentation, and all the peripheral skills necessary for great conjuring.

"I beg to say that it is far and away the very best work of its kind ever published" - Harry Kellar

"My den contains a large collection of books on magic, but none has a cover so worn as 'Sleight of Hand' by Edwin Sachs." - David Devant

The official byline read: The standard texbook on how to become a magician. Sleight-of-hand...
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The Art of Modern Conjuring by unknown

Today we have the Masked Magician exposing magic secrets. Eighty years ago it probably was done by writing a book without the author's name given. I do not know if this book falls in the category 'exposure'. It certainly is a book that clearly reveals a lot of interesting tricks. One is the bullet catch. It has nearly 200 excellent photographs. Card and coin manipulation is dealt with in great detail. Overall a very good book. The photographs are the outstanding part.

A review in the March 1909 Sphinx states:

"The Art of Modern Conjuring" is an anonymously written work on "Drawing Room...

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Julian Bradbrook
Bar Tricks and Magic 1 by Julian Bradbrook

This is a neat little collection of bar tricks, stunts and simple magic effects. Some of it will be familiar to you, some have a new twist or plot and others might be completely new to you. Julian added photos to make it very easy to present these on your next visit to your favorite bar or restaurant. It is a good idea to have a few of these stunts ready when you are not prepared to do a full magic show, but still want to be the center of attention.

1st edition, 2004.

1. Red or Black
This trick will prove that your volunteer has ESP as they correctly predict whether cards are red or black. ...

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Walter A. Schwartz
Gimac by Walter A. Schwartz

Walter Schwartz a member of the SAM and IBM wrote for many magazines among them The Sphinx. A total of 38 practical tricks is presented in this booklet. Not all effects are Walter's own, but many are. You can find quite a number of mentalism pieces, some card tricks, even a rabbit production is described.

1st edition 1933; 38 pages.

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
CLIP - Clever Little Ideas Presented by Ulysses Frederick Grant

U.F. Grant has collected 13 tricks involving a paper clip. Paper clips are available pretty much anywhere, are common objects and therefore make ideal magic props.

1st edition 1947; original 12 pages; PDF 9 pages.

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June Barrows Mussey
Magic (Mussey) by June Barrows Mussey

This was the first magic book written by June Barrows Mussey and the only one under his real name. All other magic books appeared under his pseudonym Henry Hay.

Here is a practical and fascinating ebook which shows you how to master simple and complex conjuring tricks for your own pleasure and the entertainment of your friends. Mussey stresses the proper presentation of magic stunts and tricks, rather than the mere mechanics. He shows you how to progress from comparatively simpler tricks to those which require diligent study and practice.

In the majority of the tricks described, little or no equipment...

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Verrall Wass
Twelve Tested Tricks by Verrall Wass

This is a nicely illustrated manuscript describing a range of parlor tricks. At the end you will find three articles that still hold a lot of truth even after decades when they have been written.

1st edition 1936, PDF 19 pages

  • TRICKS
    1. 1. Triple Transposition
    2. 2. British Made
    3. 3. Magical Book Covering
    4. 4. The Homing Liquids
    5. 5. Balancing a Handkerchief
    6. 6. Bluff
    7. 7. Box 0' Chocs
    8. 8. Twice Twenty-Six
    9. 9. Poppies and Perfume
    10. 10. Transparent Transformation
    11. 11. Buddha's Shrine
    12. 12. The Blossoming Desert
  • ARTICLES
    1. An Act "Borrowed from the Audience"
    2. Revolution Needed ? ...
    3. More Publicity...
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Terri Rogers
Dollar Con by Terri Rogers

This is a great self-working effect that can even be done over the phone or over the radio.

A dollar note, a five dollar note, a ten dollar note and a 25 cent piece are lined up on the table. A spectator is allowed to mix and rearrange the setup without the performer knowing how the bills are arranged. Then without seeing the table the performer gives directions to exchange some notes and in the end the performer knows where the 25 cents are.

Then in a second phase of the effect the spectator clips the 25 cents on to any of the other three bills. Again there is a sequence of shuffling...

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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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Verrall Wass
Essence: 30 Magical Experiments by Verrall Wass

From the introduction:

It has been said that the art of magic is dying; that wireless, the cinema, and now the "Talkies" are killing it. Perhaps so, but the fault lies mainly with us in not supplying the public demand for originality and entertainment. Do not forget that entertainment is the essential factor. So long as the audience is pleased, and the show is well produced, that is all that matters.

1st edition 1931; PDF 56 pages

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction

    Section One: Novelties

  2. Tea
  3. From Thin Air
  4. Catching The Candle
  5. The Bathing-Box
  6. They Fell In Love
  7. Window-Box Wizardry ...
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Tommy Wonder
The Ring, the Watch and the Wallet by Tommy Wonder

The magician explains that he was once robbed. The thief took his ring, his watch and the money from his wallet. All these items are put into an envelope. Immediately after the magician tears up the envelope. All the items have vanished and returned to their original place. The ring is on the ring finger, the watch is on the wrist and the money is back in the wallet.

In this video you get a detailed explanation of how this routine works. As is typical with Tommy Wonder, he always teaches lessons which apply to many other effects. For example, he spends some time talking about where to attach...

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Michael Close
El Cheapo Magic Club by Michael Close

A spectator signed business card ends up folded in a matchbox that has been resting on the table for the entire time. The presentation of this effect evolves around a cheap magic club. Signing the business card makes the spectator a member who then goes on to perform his first magic trick.

This effect is also taught on Michael Close Signature Effects.

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Greg Olechwierowicz
MINTblow by Greg Olechwierowicz

Imagine this: You walk up to your girlfriend and she's in a bad mood. You take out strawberry pack of gum and offer it to her. She says she doesn't like strawberry she wants mint flavor. You then wave your hand over the pack and visually change it into mint gum. Give her a kiss and a gum.

1st edition 2011; 14 pages + video explanation

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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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Dave Arch
Flea Circus by Dave Arch

Whether you choose to use this as another act in Dave Arch's One Man Circus Sideshow or as a stand-alone twenty-minute act or merely take some of its effects and insert them into a show you currently do; you'll be using a routined collection of flea circus acts with complete scripts refined over ten years of performance. No mechanical contrivances to go wrong. Minimalistic in props and yet believable in the effects it produces - causing an audience to enter that world of fun where reality blurs with fantasy. Comes complete with its own specially-commissioned poster for advertising your next appearance....

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Ian Adair
Ian Adair Lecture Demonstration by Ian Adair

Adair has always been a prolific creator of magical effects. Several stage magic and card magic effects are explained with beautiful illustrations. Some of the effects you will find explained are:

SEE - THROUGH FOLDER
This is a quick appearance of four silks in a simple folder. The silks appear visibly and are seen through a window in the folder.

SILKEN BUTTERFLY
A pretty conceit with a plaque, showing a picture of a butterfly and with four cut-out holes on the butterfly wings. Coloured silks represent the colours on the butterfly, they are removed, placed into a beaker from which they...

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Jean Nicolas Ponsin & Sam Sharpe
Ponsin on Conjuring by Jean Nicolas Ponsin & Sam Sharpe

In 1853 the French La Nouvelle Magie Blanche Dévoilée by Jean Nicolas Ponsin was published. It was the first book to explain exactly how the leading magicians of the day in France performed their most prized effects. Sam Sharpe translated it to English and Wilf Huggins added a couple of clarifying illustrations.

This ebook is filled with intriguing effects with cards, coins and an entire section on the Cups and Balls. Surprisingly you will find here the idea of using metal balls, the same idea with which Paul Gertner created a sensation. You can find everything from mental miracles, to impromptu effects,...

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Raymonde Crow
California Gang Knives by Raymonde Crow

California Gang Knives, Raymonde Crowe's routine for the color-changing knives, includes two new sleights. The routine includes a comedy presentation, bonus comedy lines, and ends strong when a knife magically shrinks into a miniature knife. At the finale you are automatically reset. California Gang Knives can be performed in short sleeves and jeans.

My aim in this routine was to move beyond repetitive color changes, and over-reliance on the paddle/turnover move, and to conclude the routine strongly. I also wanted to move beyond just describing black and white knives changing places, but...

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