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Simon J. Lea
Katterfelto #1 by Simon J. Lea

Katterfelto magazine will be quarterly and available as a hard copy full color magazine or an e-book. (Here at the Lybrary only the e-book version is available.) The hard copy version will be sent out with a free gift.

Anyone purchasing the e-book version will be able to purchase the free gifts at a significantly reduced rate. All you have to do is email Simon at webmaster@katterfelto.com to claim your discount.

For the first edition the free gift is the Pocket Book Test. If you purchase this ebook you can get the Pocket Book Test for £6.00 (+s&h). For a description see further down...

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Martin Breese
Sorcerer by Martin Breese

Back in the 1980's when Martin Breese was a fledgling Magic Dealer advertising regularly in Abracadabra he decided to create a little free house magazine to keep his clients in touch with magic that he was releasing and information about the magic scene for those who were not living in London or within easy reach of London. The Newsletter grew until one day it was so successful that he decided to turn it into a proper magic magazine and so Sorcerer Magazine was born.

Now in this digital edition we have combined all the issues of The Newsletter and Sorcerer Magazine. It is a window on the...

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Ted Lesley
Mind and Magic Magazine by Ted Lesley

This is the legendary magazine by Ted Lesley. It is filled with contributions by people such as Larry White, Phil Goldstein (aka Max Maven), Ken de Courcy, Banacheck, Paul Alberstat, Toni Forster, Larry Becker and others. Of course, also Ted's own creations are featured.

ISSUE 1 (July 1997)

  • The Editor Writes
  • The Bermuda Bottle (Larry White)
  • Personal Possessions (Ken de Courcy)
  • Just Chintz (Phil Goldstein)
  • Psychokinetic Banknight (Ted Lesley)
  • Aura-Prediction (Prof. Dr. Toni Forster)
ISSUE 2 (August 1997)
  • Editorial
  • Add-A-Riggs (John Riggs)
  • Geller For Dinner (Ken de Courcy)
  • Double-Decker (Mike Porstmann)
  • Terry Goes Mental...
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Julien J. Proskauer & Walter Gibson
The New Conjurors' Magazine: all volumes by Julien J. Proskauer & Walter Gibson

First advertised as The New Conjurors' Magazine and dropped the word "New" after Vol 1, No. 1. Houdini's brother, Hardeen, helped get this magazine launched, but he passed away shortly after the magazine started. It was selected as the official organ for the Magician's Guild of America. It eventually changed hands to Ed Dart in 1947 (Volume 4, #10), with Robert Lund as editor (Gibson still continued as a columnist).

Genii magazine absorbed The Conjurors' Magazine and from November, 1949 until 1974 as Genii became Genii, The Conjurors' Magazine. It was eventually changed to Genii The International Conjurors'...

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Marvin Leventhal & Dan Harlan
THE MINOTAUR Final Issue DVD Disc 1 by Marvin Leventhal & Dan Harlan

This is the final issue of THE MINOTAUR, the fourth issue of volume 8. It is one of the best magic DVDs I have seen and I am not alone in this opinion:

"The material is so much fun and so workable, not to mention the hysterical 'theme' of the DVD. I seriously think this is one of the best dvds of the year." - Cameron Francis

This DVD is not only filled with great effects, it also has a funny story line worth watching. The effects included are:

  • Fairest of Them All: A pick a card effect where two cards are shown to indicate a chosen card by suit and value. Regardless of how “fair” the magician makes...
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Larry White & David Goodsell
The Complete Oracle by Larry White & David Goodsell

In recent years magic has experienced a renewed and keen interest in mental, bizarre and storytelling magic. Magic that does more than just fool the eyes and mind, magic that tugs on the heart strings, that stirs arcane fears and longing, magic that grabs the audience and won't let go. Sometimes the experience is light and airy, sometimes it probes a bit deeper and provokes self analysis and even resolve, sometimes it is just plain spooky.

David Goodsell and the late Larry White spent three years of their lives gathering the best of this kind of magic in their unique Oracle Magic Magazine...

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Will Goldston
Goldston's Magical Quarterly (1934 - 1940) by Will Goldston

This bundle includes all issues including the two page supplement from volume 5 which is missing in most files. This magazine was cut short due to the start of WWII. It is an eclectic collection of - at that time - completely new and innovative tricks, apparatus, and effects. It also covers the magic scene with reports, reviews and other newsworthy contributions. Will Goldston was very well connected and could draw contributions from the best magicians world-wide.

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Don Tanner & Jack Dean
The Complete The Mentalist by Don Tanner & Jack Dean

Enjoy the great mental magic by contributors such as Al Koran, Bill Miesel, Peter Warlock, Dai Vernon, U.F. Grant, Eddie Clever and even T. A. Waters, and of course a good amount by Don Tanner and Jack Dean themselves.

You will receive issues 1 (October 1962) - 33 (September 1965) and the incomplete issue number 34. Includes a foreword by Paul Alberstat.

No. 1

  • Central Time / North Bigbee
  • Impromptu Clip Board / U. F. Grant
  • Mindevelopmental / Howard A. Adams
  • Mental Memos / Don Tanner

No. 2

  • ESP Elimination / Joe White
  • Long Wave Reception / T. A. Waters
  • Shine / Jack Ketch
  • Mental Memos / Don Tanner

No. 3

  • Bold / Julies...
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Stephen Tucker
Spell-Binder Magazine by Stephen Tucker

Stephen Tucker was the publisher, editor, illustrator and creative genius behind Spell-Binder Magazine. It ran for three years and had 36 issues and 710 pages. (This does not include the three Special Issues.)

You will find some of the finest close-up magic effects: David Britland alone contributed 40 items, there were 6 new effects from Basil Horwitz, 4 from Jerry Sadowitz, 2 from Gazzo, 5 from Gordon Bruce, 3 from Roy Walton, 9 from Phil Goldstein, 12 from Reinhard Müller, 5 from Al Smith 2 from Bobby Bernard, 4 from Harvey Rosenthal, 7 from Ian Land, 12 from Paul Brignall, 7 from Peter Duffie, 6 from Roger Curzon, 6 from Shiv Duggal, 7 from Wayne Dobson and 109 from Stephen Tucker. Stephen has captured...

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Peter Warlock
Pentagram Magazine by Peter Warlock

The legendary Pentagram Magazine edited by Peter Warlock appeared from 1946 to 1959. It features superb magic from Alex Elmsley, Robert Harbin, Fred Kaps, Stewart James, Dai Vernon, Al Koran, Roy Walton, Arthur Carter, Leslie May, Charles Cameron, Ron Baillie, Jack Avis, Gus Southall, Edmund Rowland, Ed Marlo, Graham Adams and many others.

Every trick can be accessed via the hyperlinked index.

Now the Pentagram is within reach of all those who enjoy great magic.

1st edition 1946-1959; 1311 pages.


Volume 1
  • No. 1: October 1946
    • Your Fate In A Teacup / Peter Warlock
    • Super Speller / George Blake
    • Cig-Repeat / Cecil Tebbett
    • Tissue Paper Monte / Tom Sellers
  • No. 2: November...
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Peter Warlock
New Pentagram Magazine by Peter Warlock

The New Pentagram Magazine appeared from 1969 to 1989 - over 2000 pages. This amazing magazine followed in the footsteps of Pentagram Magazine which had been published first by Peter Warlock and then was backed by The Magic Wand publishing company. Supreme Magic then backed and helped Peter to continue the original magazine but under the name of New Pentagram. And it ran for twenty years.

This wonderful magazine was packed with contributions from some of the leading names from magical history. Ted Danson's diary effect first appeared in its pages. Here, taken at random, are some of the top names who wrote...

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George Armstrong
Wizard Magazine (1947 - 1956) by George Armstrong

The Wizard was one of Britain's leading magic magazines and was published by George Armstrong between 1947 and 1956. There were 95 issues containing more than 3000 pages. Here is the entire run as searchable PDF, including a hyperlinked index.

It contains 945 effects, articles and features on every aspect of magic from hundreds of prominent contributors including: Billy McComb, Al Koran, Jack Lamonte, Ken Brooke, Arthur Carter, Chandhu, Milbourne Christopher, Carlos Colombi, Edward Dexter, Prince Drakon, Hen Fetsch, Douglas Francis, Lewis Ganson, Louis Histed, Jack Hughes, Roy Johnson, Fred Lowe, Max Malini, Jay Palmer, Edmund Rowland, S.H. Sharpe, Hans Trixer, Verrall Wass, Mark Weston and Jack Yates.

1st edition 1947-1956; 3328...

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Harvey Turner
At Ease (1966 - 1975) by Harvey Turner

Who would have thought the US Armed Forces had a magicians association? The association was started by Opie Houston, then an Air Force Sergeant. At Ease was the organ of the Armed Forces Magicians Association. It ran from July 1966 until January 1975, but it had some gaps here and there and was not released on a particularly regular schedule.

Some of the trick contributors were Opie R. Houston, William E. Clover, Erwin M. Storke, Vernon Weiss, Bob Ford, Don Guilmain, Dave Richards, Harvey Turner, Kent Cummins, Ed Middleton, Prince Kazar, Jim Williams, Chas Crowley, John Guthrie, Arthur...

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Max Sterling
The Magical World by Max Sterling

This periodical ran from November 1910 until May 1911 and was edited by Max Sterling. Volume one contained 26 issues and volume two ended the series with No. 3 - a total of more than 470 pages.

Volume 1, Number 1 (November 2nd, 1910)

  • Announcements
  • Between Ourselves
  • What Others Are Doing - Oswald Williams
  • Practical Magic - Levitation of a Card
  • For Beginners - A Japanese Floral Fan-cy
  • Impromptu Tricks - The Impossible Die
  • Cards - Simple Effect
  • Whereabouts This Week
  • Among the Dealers
  • Magical Societies: Northern Magical Society; Order of the Magi
  • Reviews
  • Questions and Answers ...
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Walter Gibson
Blackstone Magic Comics by Walter Gibson

This compilation holds electronic facsimile versions of the popular comics Blackstone, Master Magician, Blackstone The Magician Detective and Pennzoil Presents Blackstone Master Magician. Follow Blackstone on his daring adventures to save lives and catch the bad guys, using his knowledge as magician.

This electronic edition has been prepared from originals of James Kleefeld's collection. James was instrumental in making this electronic edition possible. We would like to thank James for his collaboration and work.

Blackstone, Master Magician started in 1946 and ran for three issues. It...

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Chuck Smith & Chris Smith
Enigma 6 by Chuck Smith & Chris Smith

This is the final two disc issue.

  • A Profile of Mark Wilson
  • A Profile of Lee Grabel
  • Jeff McBride's Mystery School
  • One on one with Terry Seabrooke
  • The many faces of Taylor Martin
  • A Tour of the Houdini Museum in Scranton, PA
  • Card effects and theory with Ed Ellis
  • A visit to Fantasma magic shop in New York City
  • An interview with Steve Bargatze
  • A tour of Marshall Brodien's home museum
  • Kid and corporate magic with Tommy Jones
  • Terry Evanswood and the Magic Beyond Belief show in Pigeon Forge, TN
  • The midnight tour of the Colon cemetery
  • New York City's Edison Hotel magic meeting
  • Jay Leslie's historic...
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Jim Sisti
Magic Menu volumes 1-5 (Sep 1990 - Aug 1995) by Jim Sisti

This is a compilation of volumes 1-5, issues 1 - 30.

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Jim Sisti
Magic Menu volumes 6-10 (Sep 1995 - Aug 2000) by Jim Sisti

This is a compilation of volumes 6-10, issues 31 - 60.

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Marvin Leventhal & Dan Harlan
THE MINOTAUR Final Issue DVD Set (Disc 1 & 2) by Marvin Leventhal & Dan Harlan

THE MINOTAUR ended with volume 8 and no fourth issue. After several years Marv Leventhal and Dan Harlan have decided to release issue 4 of volume 8 as a two disc DVD set. This is what you are getting here in a download version. The first disc is new material strung together in a funny story line. Disc two features effects from the first seven volumes of THE MINOTAUR.

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Barry Govan & Ian Baxter & Murray Cooper & Gerry McCreanor
The Blueprint: all volumes by Barry Govan & Ian Baxter & Murray Cooper & Gerry McCreanor

Originally launched as "Australia's Only Sleight Of Hand Monthly" and published between 1974 and 1982, The Blueprint still retains that claim today. Editors Barry Govan, Ian Baxter, Murray Cooper and Gerry McCreanor churned out a much-discussed journal that featured contributions from the likes of Ed Marlo, Jon Racherbaumer, Tom Gagnon, Dan Tong, Ray Grismer, Phil Goldstein, Jeff Busby, Jerry Mentzer, Harry Lorayne, et al. For the Close Up performer, absolutely certain to please.

The Blueprint was started by Barry Govan and Ian Baxter and taken over for the last two volumes by Murray Cooper and Gerry McCreanor. It ran from July 1974 to...

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Nick Bolton & Fred Robinson & Eric Mason
Pabular by Nick Bolton & Fred Robinson & Eric Mason

Here is the complete file of Pabular, one of the most remarkable and influential magazines ever published.

Pabular was first published in 1974 by Nick Bolton and ran for just over eight exciting volumes. It is probably the finest ever British close-up magazines to be published. It was mainly edited by the well respected Fred Robinson (later by Walt Lees and Stephen Tucker) and the art editor throughout was Eric Mason.

The first effect in the magazine was by Roy Walton and contributors include: Jack Avis, Gaeton Bloom, John Carney, Tony Corinda, Ted Danson, Will Dexter, Bob Driebeek, Shiv Duggal, Peter Duffie, Alex Elmsley, Dominique Duvivier, Cy Endfield, Bob Farmer, Flip, Piet Forton,...

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Ellis Stanyon
Stanyon's Magic Magazine by Ellis Stanyon

Magic was a monthly magazine produced and edited by Ellis Stanyon. It was first published in October 1900 and ran for 177 issues with a break during the 1914 - 18 war and the final issue was published in June 1920.

Ellis Stanyon was a noted magic dealer, author and publisher and in the first issue of Magic he set out his intention which was to 'popularize the Art of Sleight of Hand'. Stanyon's original lessons in magic were published in each issue and formed a significant course of magical instruction. Magic featured close-up effects, routines, stage and parlour magic including some of the...

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Louis F. Christianer & Floyd Gerald Thayer
Magical Bulletin all 13 Volumes (1914 - 1948) by Louis F. Christianer & Floyd Gerald Thayer

This magazine was the house organ of the "Magic Shop of the West". It started as a small free newsletter that grew into a full fledged magic periodical with original trick contributions.

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William John Hilliar & Albert M. Wilson & John Mulholland
The Sphinx by William John Hilliar & Albert M. Wilson & John Mulholland

You get all 52 volumes (597 issues), almost 17,000 pages as color PDF files (one for each volume). We have added to that a complete index stretching over 540 pages. (Don't ask us how long it took to prepare this index because it will bring up painful memories.) Additionally you receive an introduction by Bill Kuethe, an article about The Sphinx by Gabe Fajuri, a presentation about The Sphinx also by Gabe Fajuri and the personal research A. M. Wilson's granddaughter, Mary Syphus, conducted about Wilson.

One could write long articles about The Sphinx. Two are included as introductions to this...

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