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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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Ormond McGill
21 Gems of Magic by Ormond McGill

Ormond McGill describes this publication as a "Scrapbook of Magic" which includes chapters of Card Effects, Mindreading, Miscellaneous, Thoughts on Opening and Closing, and a Magical Sensation - Walking through a Keyhole.

[Note that if you own Bag-O-Trix you already have this ebook.

Contents

  • About the Author
  • INTRODUCTION

    A Thought About Openings

  • GEM No. 1—The Candied Bird

    Scrapbook Card Tricks

  • GEM No. 2—A Reversed Card Location
  • GEM No. 3—The Card and the Boy
  • GEM No. 4—The Card in a Mousetrap
  • GEM No. 5—The Card in the Pocket
  • GEM No. 6—The Bewitched Aces
  • GEM No. 7—The Confetti Rising Cards ...
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Ken de Courcy
Roy Baker's Time Flies by Ken de Courcy

Time Flies! And it's hard to time it because it flies so fast. Anyway, here is a routine with a borrowed watch that you will find fun to make up. Even the most ham-fisted should be able to complete the job in about half-an-hour. It's fun-packed and the magic content is strong. In brief a borrowed wrist watch disappears in a cascade of streamers and is found in a sealed tin can.

5 pages

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Jerry Andrus
The New Linking Pins by Jerry Andrus

Here Jerry reveals six effects with his famous Linking Pins. They are:

Spectators examine three safety pins and hand them back to the performer who immediately demonstrates that no matter how the pins are laid on the table they will invariably end up with all their opening sides facing the same direction. If the performer attempts to lay one of the pins down facing the wrong way it will flip itself over in front of the spectators eyes.

Next the pins are shown to repel each other violently when held in a certain way.

The three pins are layed flat on the table. Performer picks up one...

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Tricks with Magnets by Ulysses Frederick Grant

All of these clever tricks use magnets in one way or another.

  • Buddha Coin Mystery
  • Fortune Telling Coin
  • Cup Levitation
  • Grant's Match Penetration
  • Mental Detection
  • Living and Dead Test
  • Clever Coin Vanish
  • Sliding Glue
  • Improved Sliding Glue
  • Psychic Lock And Keys
  • Rising Cards And Wand
  • Coin Through Block
  • Box - Cover and Coin
  • Tip-See Pencil
  • Improved Imp Bottle
  • Improved Wands and Cords
  • Stopping A Watch
  • Handkerchief Box
  • Nu-Coin
  • Rolling Cigarettes
  • Adams Coin Box
  • Magnetic Cigar
  • Three Shell Game
  • Number Detection
  • Mystery Man

PDF 15 pages

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Chinese Magic and Illusions by Ulysses Frederick Grant

A collection of startling and sensational mysteries ... twenty feature tricks.

  • Chinese Screen Trick
  • Chinese Rope Trick
  • Baskets-Confetti and Doves
  • Ribbon And Hat
  • Cylinder-Water & Fish
  • Parasol-Ball & Water
  • Cup-Silk & Smoke
  • Gong Silk Production
  • Copper Bowl Production
  • Chinese Lamp Trick
  • Chinese Water Cups
  • Mystery Foulard
  • Here And There
  • Sensational Bowl Production
  • Beads Of Chen-Lee
  • Chinese Chew Tobacco
  • Bamboo Pole and Box
  • Flower Garden Illusion
  • Screen Mystery

PDF 22 pages.

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Eddie Joseph
Strictly Magic by Eddie Joseph
  • The Call of the East
  • The Wandering Bottle
  • The Repeat Six Card Trick
  • Es-Ta Burnt and Restored Handkerchief

1st edition 1949 (Calcutta, India), PDF 4 pages

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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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Robert J. Gunther & A. Sydney Fleischman
Call The Witness by Robert J. Gunther & A. Sydney Fleischman

Here are 22 funny, irreverent, off-beat magic and mentalism effects that are sure to get you noticed.

There's magic here with cards, dice, dictionaries, a paper giraffe, a restaurant menu ... even an Egyptian Scarab. Rarely does an ebook come around that's as much fun to read as it is to perform. This is just such an ebook. Here's a peek at what's inside:

  • The Pasteboard Alibi
  • The Card in the Ice Cube
  • The Trick Without a Name
  • The Nest of Sacks
  • A Deck in Bondage
  • Magic by the Hour
  • With a Bit of Spice
  • A Toast to Magic
  • With the Sense of Touch
  • Metamorphosis
  • The Skeleton of Jekyll and...
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Louis E. Clibanoff
The Magic of Kli Ban by Louis E. Clibanoff

This long-lost work contains eight marvelous effects for magicians everywhere. There are mental-flavored mysteries (including a dictionary test and a billet experiment), a vanishing flower from buttonhole effect, and several card tricks of the miracle class where the magic seems to happen almost entirely in the spectator's hands.

This is actually two manuscripts bound as one: Magical Odds and Ends and Kli Ban's Routine with a Borrowed Deck. The original work is "unobtanium," with copies so scarce as to be virtually nonexistent. We're happy to bring these effects back to a new generation of...

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Harry E. Cecil
Magic That Perks! by Harry E. Cecil

When an internationally-known funnyman-magician writes a book with his pals, you just know the result will perk you up!

And that's what you'll get with Magic That Perks - great magic with comedy patter that your audiences will love.

Cecil, a vice-president of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, provides gems from his own act in the first part of the ebook. The second section contains great magic from his friends and fellow IBM alums involving cards, coins, rope, and more. Here's a look at what's inside:

  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Opening Patter
  • The Fir Tree
  • Vanishing Wand
  • Banana...
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Ravelle and Andree
Magic a la Carte by Ravelle and Andree
  • The Abominylon Snowman
  • Milk Go
  • Three Blind Mice
  • Hopping Hen Fruit
  • Thread It
  • Silk Blow - Silk Go
  • The Cow With The Crumpled Horn
  • Self - Service
  • Peni - Sponge
  • "Crash Thru" Production Box
  • The Choice Of Cash
  • Fantastrick

PDF 24 pages

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Samuel Berland
The Berland Book of Routines by Samuel Berland

Take your magic to the next level by incorporating one or more of Berland's beautifully choreographed routines into your act. This is magic that makes audiences, booking agents, and club owners sit up and take notice.

Not just one or two, but eight separate routines, using items already owned by most magicians. The performances are well-thought out, clearly described, and with 147 illustrations, easy for most any performer to understand and put to use. Just look at what's included:

  • A Word to My Friends in Magic
  • Routine Impromptu
  • Astrological Forecast
  • Liquor Finish for Cups and Balls ...
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Edward Summers Squier
Tricks and Magic Made Easy by Edward Summers Squier
  • Introduction
  • I: Tricks Without Sleight-Of-Hand
    • Discovery Of A Card
    • Gathering The Kings
    • Naming The Pack
    • The Magic Pairs
    • The Turned Card
    • The Magic Square
    • The Royal Court
    • The Assembly
    • Discovery Of Four
    • Discovery Of Two
    • The Permanent Card
  • II: Sleight-Of-Hand With Cards
    • Shifting The Cut
    • Forcing A Card
    • The False Shuffle
    • The Indicated Card
    • The Faced Card
    • Palming A Card
    • Changing A Card
    • Springing The Cards
  • III: Tricks With Coins, Watches, Dominoes, Etc.
    • Tricks With Coins
    • The Pass
    • The Change
    • The Joining Of The Coins
    • The Handkerchief Wrapper
    • The Vanishing Quarters ...
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David J. Lustig
Magic and Mindreading Tricks You Can Do by David J. Lustig

Here's a terrific book for those who wish to entertain their friends or business associates with clever magic that leaves a lasting impression.

Until now, this hard to find, limited edition book has been available only to collectors, selling for up to 150 times its original price. Now introduced as a convenient, digital ebook, Lustig's work will baffle a new generation of audiences with feats of magic and mindreading.

Over 50 excellent, impromptu effects to show friends, family and others. While most of the effects require practice, the instructions are clear enough that even younger magicians...

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Richard W. G. Van Ray
Modern Miracles in Magic by Richard W. G. Van Ray

No matter if you're an amateur, semi-pro, or make your living from magic, there's gold in this ebook for performers of every ilk. Seventeen effects in all are included, ranging from card tricks to mental tests, to geek magic (such as you'd find in a carnival sideshow) and even a full-fledged illusion!

In the "Hammered Nails" effect, members of the audience are invited to drive several spikes or large nails into a trio of wooden boards with a sledgehammer. One of the boards is selected, and the performer - with his bare hands - pulls out the spike. This is "geek" magic at its best and an effect...

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Horace Goldin
Mysterious Tricks by Horace Goldin
  • Introduction
  • A Few Hints
  • Hearing With The Teeth
  • To Cause A Coin To Vanish
  • The Vanishing Ring
  • Another Ring Trick
  • The Penetrating Pennies
  • The Vanishing Handkerchief
  • A Thought-Reading Trick
  • More Thought-Reading
  • The Vanishing Cigarette
  • A Hole In The Sleeve
  • The Four Coins
  • String Magic
  • The Latest Disappearing Sixpence
  • Three Hypnotic Tricks
  • The Candle And Flag Trick
  • Keda
  • "Figaro," Monday, 21st, 1930
  • Your Future Foretold

1st edition 1930, 34 pages; PDF 36 pages.

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David Phelps Abbott
The Marvelous Creations of Joseffy by David Phelps Abbott

Joseffy, Josef P. Freud, was a magician from Vienna, Austria. He came to the US when he was 19 years old, and initially worked as manufacturer of props and apparatus for a magic shop in Chicago. Eventually he designed and built his own unexplainable creations, several of which are described in this ebook. However, only the effects are given, no methods are described. Abbott briefly outlines old methods for similar effects, but does not provide the methods Joseffy uses. This book is therefore a promotional item rather than a traditional magic book. It includes many staged photos of Joseffy presenting...

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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...

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Lu Brent
Novel Magic by Lu Brent

This famous book is once again available in a new, revision edition.

Professional magicians and reviewers have given this book an amazing reception. The reason is plain to see, for here is a collection of the very smartest magic, devised and used in his own act by Lu Brent, the topnotch Philadelphia professional. Those who know have called the book sensational, others, novel and original, while all highly endorse the practical value and the effectiveness of the magic that is so thoroughly explained and illustrated. There is something of value for every performer, as the table of contents...

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Wilbur Kattner
You're On! by Wilbur Kattner

Here are not one, but two, fully routined magic acts that are commercial and different. They work equally well for the one- or two-person show. Each of the routines is a complete unit, with effects that lead up to a definite climax. Patter, music cues, stage movements and rehearsal suggestions are included. You also get standalone effects, new wrinkles for established effects, and additional patter and bits of business to add to your show.

PARTIAL CONTENTS:

THE RESTLESS COLORS (Orville Meyer) is a routine on par with "Out Of This World." It is guaranteed to leave magicians and laymen in a daze. It...

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Herbert de Caston
Peerless Prestidigitation by Herbert de Caston
  • Introductory Speech
  • The Latest Card Force
  • The Phantom Card
  • The "De Caston" Method Of "Rising Cards" From Hand
  • De Caston's Discovery
  • A Spectacular Handkerchief Combination
  • An Original Conception With Eggs And Flags
  • A New Handkerchief Combination
1st edition 1910, 30 pages; PDF 24 pages.
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Oswald Rae
Wizardry with Watches by Oswald Rae

From the foreword:

Watches have always played a certain part in Magic, but the watch was usually a borrowed one. The excellent "prop" watches now on the market, manufactured of course exclusively for conjuring purposes, open up almost a new era in watch magic.

Having acquired some of these, I endeavoured to work out some effects therewith, and thinking that some of my ideas may be of service to my fellow magicians, I have put them into print. With the exception of those described under "Some Suggestions" all the effects have been actually worked, and the various stands described are easily...

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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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