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Jean Hugard
Hugard's Magic Monthly Volume 2 (Jun 1944 - May 1945) by Jean Hugard

Volume II (June 1944 - May 1945), Jean Hugard, editor

70 pages

  1. Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volume II, Number 1 - June 1944 - 4 pages
  2. The Lamarque Rabbit Vanish
  3. Routine with a Svengali Deck - Tom Bowyer
  4. The Rice Bowls - Roger Barkann
  5. Impromptu Daub - Gerald L. Kaufman
  6. Magnetic Fisherman - A. Heller, The Card Board Lover
  7. Hu-gardenias - kudos to performers
  8. Silks - tip
  9. Producing a Rope - George Engel
  10. 3-2-1 - A di-abolical Deception - George G. Kaplan
  11. Classified Advertisements

  1. Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volume II, Number 2 - July 1944 - 4 pages - The R.M. Jamison Special Number
  2. The Oracle Speaks ...
2013 / 10 / 31
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Jean Hugard
Hugard's Magic Monthly Volume 1 (Jun 1943 - May 1944) by Jean Hugard

Volume I (June 1943 - May 1944), Jean Hugard, editor

53 pages

  1. Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volume I, Number 1 - June 1943 - 4 pages
  2. The WAACS and the Doughboys - story trick
  3. Editorial
  4. Presentation - column
  5. Torn Newspaper to Bouquet
  6. Torn Paper Classic
  7. Repetitions
  8. Striking Experiment - John Batton
  9. Hu-gardenias - kudos to performers
  10. Classified Advertisements

  1. Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volume I, Number 2 - July 1943 - 4 pages
  2. Spectacular Flash Opening
  3. Linking Ring Climax
  4. The Long and the Short of It - A Sure Force
  5. Jean-eralities
  6. The Flap Slate
  7. Editorial
  8. Hu-gardenias - kudos...
2013 / 10 / 31
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Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Magicseen No. 53 (Nov 2013) by Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw

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Vol. 9, No. 5, November 2013; 60 pages

Cover: Matthew Wright

  1. Welcome - editor's letter
  2. Letters
  3. News
  4. In The Phone Box - short interview with Penélope Cruz - Rav Singh
  5. Patrick Kun: High Visibility! - interview by George Luck
  6. The Illusionists - Live at Manchester 02 Apollo, October 4th, 2013 - Live Review
  7. Steve Evans: On the Bright Side of Life - interview by Tim Shoesmith
  8. News
  9. Being Sociable - The Argument for Why You Should Use Social Media as Part of Your Self-Promotion - Scott Watson
  10. It's the Celebrity Bit - Jean Dujardin - short interview
  11. Smoke and Mirrors Bristol - Live Reviews ...
2013 / 10 / 22
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Gregg Webb
Hard Copy: Alternative Manipulation by Gregg Webb

Hard Copy was a magazine by Gregg Webb that ran for 13 issues starting in 2009. You will find primarily ideas on manipulation - manipulation of cards, corks, balls and other items. Includes contributions by Jeff McBride. The occasional non-manipulation effect with cards and or coins is thrown in the mix.

108 pages.

  1. Hard Copy: Alternative Manipulation - cover page
  2. Hard Copy: Alternative Manipulation - advertising sheet

  1. Hard Copy: Alternative Manipulation - Issue 1 - 8 pages
  2. Welcome
  3. Webb's No "Steals" Card Fan Routine - Part One
  4. About Sleeves - article
  5. Not as Hard - a "column...
2013 / 9 / 26
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Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Magicseen No. 52 (Sep 2013) by Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw

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Vol. 9, No. 4, September 2013; 60 pages

Cover: Dynamo

  1. Welcome – editor's letter
  2. Letters
  3. Phillip Escoffey: Full Steam Ahead - interview
  4. Ben Hart: Setting the Pace - interview
  5. All In Character, Part 3 – Writing in Character - Morgan and West
  6. Pros and Cons – It's All a Metter of Opinion – Mark Leveridge
    • Should card magic contain overt exhibitions of skill, or should all handling appear move free and natural?
  7. Ali Cook Gets Lucky! – interview by Graham Hey
  8. News
  9. Magic In The Movies – Why Magic Movies Don't Work! – Nick Schager
  10. Dynamo, Magician Impossible –...
2013 / 9 / 26
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Geoff Maltby
Club 71: Sunday Colour Supplement by Geoff Maltby

Here is another parody of magic and some of its characters. The parody was published by Geoff Maltby of Repro Magic. It was a supplement to one of the Club 71 issues.

16 pages

2013 / 9 / 12
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Solyl Kundu
The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 3, Issue 1 (Aug - Oct 2013) by Solyl Kundu

It is a pleasure to introduce the first issue of volume three (yes, 3 - no less) of TGM that is full of instructive, informative and interesting reading - literally. Especially look through the MagiXposed section where you will find an effect until today magicians' have paid high amount to have it. However, there are a lot more, go on reading …

  • Let's have a chat – Well, the editor opens his heart for a friendly chat.
  • Good Bye Hazards: Magic - No Problems by D. Subhash is an article...
2013 / 9 / 11
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Aldo Colombini
New Pentagram Magazine: 10 Tricks from Volume 7 by Aldo Colombini

More magic from the pages of Peter Warlock's legendary magazine.

CONTENTS:

  • LIGHTNING LINK PLUS (Roy Johnson): You show a piece of rope and tie the two ends into a knot. A ring penetrates the knotted rope. Everything can be examined.
  • COLORBLIND (Francis Haxton): Two cards are selected from two decks, one red and one blue. These two cards are the only odd-colored cards of the decks.
  • SYMPATHETIC POKER CHIPS (Lewis Ganson): Four different colored chips placed one at each corner of a handkerchief and covered with two cards, magically pass separately until all four are under one card.
  • THANK YOU, JOHANN NEPOMUK! (Peter Warlock):...
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Aldo Colombini
The Gen: 10 effects from volume 1 by Aldo Colombini

The Gen magazine was published by Harry Stanley just after the war. The first issue came out in December 1945. The magazine was published for 26 years with 303 issues covering a total of 8,685 pages. Lewis Ganson, one of the greatest magical writers ever, was the editor until 1971.

CONTENTS:

  • RATHER ODD (Frank Potts): A selected card turns out to be the only red-backed card in a blue deck and then the back changes back to blue.
  • WHICH POCKET, SIR (Archie Byford): The Aces are shuffled with other cards and four packets are placed into different pockets in a spectators jacket. The four Aces appear in a single packet. ...
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Stephen Tucker
The Best of Spell-Binder Collection One by Stephen Tucker

Eighty-five tricks and routines from the pages of Spell-Binder Magazine. Everything from card and coin magic to the bizarre and the weird.

Effects explained are:

  • Sandwich Box by Stephen Tucker -- Signed selected card appears between 2 previously selected cards within closed card case.
  • Mark by Stephen Tucker -- Alternate version of previous effect.
  • Demonology by Bob Ostin -- Spectator signs card. Flames cause occult symbol to change to slip of paper with name of signed card. Signed card then revealed to have singed corner & occult symbol on back.
  • Esti-Mate-Ion by Joe Dignam -- Spectator looks through deck...
2013 / 8 / 10
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Aldo Colombini
Spell-Binder Part 3: 10 effects from volume 1 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • KARATE (Stephen Tucker): A Chinese coin (or any kind of coin) is split into TWO by a karate chop.
  • SQUARE DEAL (Basil Horwitz): An ESP card is predicted using some 'data' from the spectator (age, address, shoe size, etc).
  • WIPE OUT THE ACES (Roger Curzon): A spectacular way to produce the four Aces (or any four cards, even selected ones).
  • MATE (David Britland): Two cards placed in the middle of the deck by a spectator find their mates.
  • MY MISTAKE (Stephen Tucker): A playing card is predicted in a most unusual manner.
  • ESP (Stephen Tucker): A stunning routine in three phases using two sets of ESP cards. Classic great Tucker thinking.
  • COINED (Bill...
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Aldo Colombini
Spell-Binder Part 2: 10 effects from volume 1 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • CATCHER$ (David Britland): A card is selected and replaced. You place the two black Aces on the top and on the bottom of the deck. You throw the deck and between the two Aces the selection appears.
  • RINGO (Stephen Tucker): A ring is placed in a cup. The middle of a piece of rope is lowered into the cup and the ring appears on the rope (only one ring used and it can be borrowed).
  • DARK REVELATION (Eoin Taylor): A spectacular way to produce a selected card. A deck is covered with a handkerchief. When the handkerchief is removed the card is face up on top.
  • VARIATIONS VARIANT (Roger Curzon): This fantastic routine...
2013 / 8 / 9
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Aldo Colombini
Spell-Binder Part 1: 10 effects from volume 1 by Aldo Colombini

Spell-binder was published for three years (36 issues) by Stephen Tucker and included the best close-up magic of that time. Collaborators included: Stephen himself with over 100 routines, David Britland, Peter Duffie, Wayne Dobson, Max Maven, Joe Digman and many more.

CONTENTS:

  • PSEUDO (David Britland): You cut the deck three times finding an Ace each time. One more cut and a four appears. Counting down four cards you find the remaining Ace.
  • MAHATMA (Stephen Tucker): A copper coin changes into a silver coin. Many applications are possible.
  • REVOLVER (Simon Whitby): A spectacular way to produce Aces or selected cards.
  • COUNTERFEIT (Joe Digman):...
2013 / 8 / 9
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Aldo Colombini
Magigram: 10 effects from volume 10 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • A FOUR ACE TRICK (John Yeager): A very clever and unique four-ace routine.
  • SEVEN-CARD WILD CARD ROUTINE (Stewart Judah): A great presentation for this classic theme. A very easy handling.
  • ESP-ECIALLY (Stanton Carlisle): Two sets of ESP cards. Two spectators shuffle the cards and end up selecting the same symbol.
  • THE SPECTATOR ACES (Alan Shaxon): A spectator cuts a shuffled deck into four piles. On top of each pile an Ace appears.
  • A TWO DECK TRICK WITH ONE DECK ( I. Rowland): A Do As I Do routine using only one deck. From a shuffled deck you and a spectator pick two mate cards (say the two...
2013 / 8 / 7
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Aldo Colombini
Magigram: 10 effects from volume 9 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • LAZY MAN'S AMBITIOUS CARD (Arthur Carter): A spectator picks a card and this selection keeps appearing on the top of the deck. Some clever and original moves are displayed for this classic.
  • ANOTHER FORECAST (David Britland): A selected card from a red-backed deck, matches a blue-backed card that you show at the beginning of the routine.
  • TWO OF A KIND (Ian Rowland): A spectator cuts the deck himself and finds a card. You have predicted that card with a jumbo card.
  • FIGURED FIGURES (Someeran): You show some cards with different numbers on both sides printed in red and blue. The spectator can...
2013 / 8 / 3
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Aldo Colombini
Magigram: 10 effects from volume 8 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • ROUTINE FOR FOOL'S MATE (Michael Symes): A different handling for the standard Nick Trost effect. A comedy of errors, with a strong climax.
  • THE POWER OF FIVE (Arthur Carter): Here is yet another method of discovering a freely selected card. A spectator picks a number and with this in mind you find the selection.
  • CARD PADDLE TRICK (Someeran): A selected card is revealed using a paddle, first you are apparently wrong where you reveal a 2S and then after a little bit of comedy by-play, you reveal the real card (which is the 4S).
  • EASY OIL AND WATER (Aldo Colombini): The red and...
2013 / 8 / 3
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Burling Hull
The G-d D--n Truth About Magic by Burling Hull

This magazine, consisting of 9 issues, was primarily Burling Hull's way to attack and undermine mentalist and dealer Robert Nelson of Columbus, Ohio. Burling Hull was known for his short fuse. He took issue with Robert Nelson criticizing him. Hull's revenge was to start this magazine and attack Nelson.

Hull would later sell reprints of Nelson's manuscripts, to whoever would buy them, for a fraction of what Nelson had been charging. This and other antics, got Hull booted out of the Magic Dealers Association.

1st edition 1959, 38 pages.

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Aldo Colombini
Magigram: 10 effects from volume 7 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • SELLOTEST (Rex Taylor): A spectator chooses ANY word from a dictionary and you reveal that word. No questions asked.
  • A TRIBUTE TO THE CARD STARS (Lewis Ganson): In a beautiful crescendo, you produce the four Queens, the four Kings and finally, the four Aces. A stunning routine.
  • IMPOSSIBLE COINCIDENCE (Arthur Carter): The deck is shuffled by a spectator who deals four packets of cards. After that, four stunning coincidences are found.
  • TURN OVER CARDS (Peter Rees): A spectator shuffles cards face up and face down and gives you a packet of cards. You turn over some cards and when the two packets...
2013 / 7 / 23
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Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Magicseen No. 51 (Jul 2013) by Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw

To subscribe to Magicseen click here.

Vol. 9, No. 3, July 2013; 60 pages

Cover: Kevin James

  1. Welcome – editor's letter
  2. Letters
  3. Flukes – article – Christopher Congreave
  4. A Quick Catch Up with … Bob Swadling – Mark Leveridge
  5. News
  6. Pros and Cons – It's All a Metter of Opinion – Mark Leveridge
    • Should you include games in your children's shows, or just magic?
  7. News
  8. Luca Volpe – Italy's Golden Boy
  9. All In Character, Part 2 – Morgan and West
  10. In the Phone Box – with ace world record holder Thomas Blacke – Mark Leveridge
  11. So You Want to be a … Creative Magician – Mark Leveridge
  12. The Twins FX – Flying High (Without...
2013 / 7 / 4
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Martin Breese
New Sorcerer by Martin Breese

This is quite an unusual magic magazine. It ran from March 1992 to January 1994 with only 6 issues, but it was from the start planned that way. Each issue was formatted along the lines of another famous magazine from the past.

Martin Breese writes in his introduction:

This will be unlike any other magical magazine ever published, in that each issue will reproduce the format, some of the contents, and the covers of a different magical magazine from the past.

Included in the lineup are Pentagram, The Magic Wand, Wizard, Max Andrews' Magic Magazine, Routine, The Wizard (Selbit).

Contents:

  • Issue 1 (Pentagram)
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Aldo Colombini
Magigram: 10 effects from volume 6 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • MATCHED SPELLOUT (Ken de Courcy): A card is selected (say the Ace of Hearts) and spelled. In the process four packets are dealt and the four Aces appear. Can be done in any language. Strong routine.
  • JOKERS ALL (Ravelle and Andreé): You show three jumbo sized Jokers. A spectator picks a card from a deck and one of the Jokers is selected. This changes into a duplicate of the selected card.
  • SPOTTED (Ravelle and Andreé): A card is freely selected among six jumbo cards. This card is the only one having a big spot on its back.
  • PURE COINCIDENCE (Ulrich Keuler): A selected card appears in the...
2013 / 7 / 2
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Aldo Colombini
Magigram: 10 effects from volume 5 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • LASSOED (Les Woodcock): Three cards are selected. A piece of ribbon is placed into a bag with the deck. The ribbon is removed and now it has lassoed the three selected cards.
  • THREE-WAY OPENING (Arthur Carter): Three big cards are shown with different geometric designs. A spectator picks one (free selection) and you show you have predicted it.
  • THE FOUR ACES (Mark Weston): An Ace assembly where three cards are placed onto each Ace and the Aces disappear and reappear in one packet.
  • THE CERTAINTY (Ravelle and Andree): You guess the name of a freely selected card.
  • PUT AND TAKE (...
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Solyl Kundu
The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 2, Issue 6 (Jun - Aug 2013) by Solyl Kundu

This final issue of volume two of TGM is full of "meats" - please read the following and judge for yourself. It must have set a record by including articles from the pen of three past IBM Int'l Presidents - Don Wiberg, Jep Hostetler and Ray Mangle - simply a prestigious issue!

The contents are …

  • Let's have a chat - here in this space TGM openly discuss its success, failures, good or bad and everything - even a scoop is here in this issue.
  • Past Glory of India - SN Dey - the generous magician is the profile LK Roy sketched in this issue. ...
2013 / 7 / 1
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Aldo Colombini
Magigram: 10 effects from volume 4 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • DATED CARD AND COIN EFFECT (George Blake): A spectator gives you a coin and four cards are selected from a deck. These cards reveal the date of the borrowed coin.
  • COLOR WAVES (Arthur Carter): A great mental routine where you divine two selected colors.
  • ROPED RING (Lewis Ganson): A ring penetrates the rope.
  • RING-OFF (Rink): Same as above, a ring penetrates the rope and it becomes free.
  • COLOR IN MIND (Ken de Courcy): You show three paddles of different colors. A spectator selects a paddle and you prove you predicted the selected color.
  • BALL IN THE MIDDLE (Ian Adair): A rather unusual close-up mystery with a...
2013 / 6 / 18
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Aldo Colombini
Magigram: 10 effects from volume 3 by Aldo Colombini

CONTENTS:

  • DOMINATING DICE (Paul Marcus): A spectator thinks of a number and the card that falls at that number is taken. Using three dice, the spectator finds the selected card.
  • STUCK (Joe Riding): A close up comedy coin routine with a very entertaining climax.
  • DIS-COLOR (Ravelle and Andrée): Two discs of different colors are placed inside two envelopes and they change places. Everything can be examined.
  • S.P.E.L.L.I.T (Francis Haxton): A card is selected and lost. You reveal three cards but none of them is the chosen one. You use one of these three cards, to get to the selected one. ...
2013 / 6 / 18
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