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Supreme-Magic-Company

(1953 - 1993)

The Supreme Magic Co. was founded and owned by Edwin Hooper in Devon, England until 1987. In 1953, with a loan from his father and with encouragement from Jack Hughes and Percy Abbott, Hooper started the Supreme Magic Company. He partnered with Abbott's Magic Company and over the years built it into one of the largest magic dealerships in the world. It was exclusively a mail order business. Edwin Hooper discouraged customers from visiting, because he did not consider it a shop. Supreme was not merely a retailer, they published (ex. Magigram and Pentagram) and produced magic apparatus on a large scale.

Hooper asked the teenager Ian Adair to join him. The firm eventually employed about 100 people. Adair worked his way up to general assistant, then general manager, then partner. The two traveled the world dealing magic and lecturing.

In 1987, due to ill health, Hooper sold the company after 34 years of service to Brian Head and Paul Dupee.

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Hypnotising Animals by Supreme-Magic-Company

Very little on this fascinating subject has been published before, but you will find some references in Oriental Conjuring and Magic by Will Ayling and also in the books of Stanton Carlisle.

Let us make it quite clear that it is not possible to place an animal under genuine hypnosis. What you do is to induce a sort of muscular paralysis which has no ill effects on the animal subjects used. You will learn to do this for a variety of animals, including hens, roosters, rabbits, ducks, and even reptiles and frogs.

1st edition 1982, 3 pages; PDF 4 pages.

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Under Water Box Escape by Supreme-Magic-Company

One of the great publicity stunts. The box may be made by a local concern and placed on display for examination before being used. The magician is tied with a length of rope, placed in the box, and a committee is allowed to fasten the lid with either screws or nails. Nails may be driven into any part of the box. The box is lowered into the water and almost immediately magician is seen emerging from the water at some distance from the box. After he has been identified he sinks from view. The box is raised from the water, the lid removed, and out steps the magician.

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The Living Head Illusion by Supreme-Magic-Company

The magician displays a medium-sized fancy box, saying that it is the home of a young lady who has no body. The box is placed on a slender type of table. The door of the box is opened, disclosing a head that is very much alive. A dialogue is carried on between the magician and the head etc. There does not seem to be any possibility of concealing the body anywhere, as the audience has an unobstructed view under the table at all times.

Simple workshop plans and instructions.

1st edition 1958, PDF 3 pages.

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25 Miniature Miracles by Supreme-Magic-Company

A series of clever little tricks, made possible with the specially printed miniature cards as originally supplied by Supreme Magic.

  • Forcing a Card
    • One-Way Force Deck
    • Svengali Deck
    • Rough And Smooth Deck
    • Classic Fan Force
    • Henry Christ Method
    • The Handkerchief Force
    • Simplicity Force
    • Another One
  • Effect No. 1. A Prediction Gag
  • Effect No. 2. The Card Knife
  • Effect No. 3. Card Catching
  • Effect No. 4. A Betcha
  • Effect No. 5. Wise-Guy
  • Effect No. 6. Crystal Gazing Extra-Ordinary
  • Effect No. 7. Caxton’s Dream
  • Effect No. 8. Sixteen Cards
  • Effect No. 9. World’s Fastest Pass
  • Effect...
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Stretching A Rope Plus (used) by Supreme-Magic-Company

Booklet stapled in good condition. For details on the content see the digital edition.

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Fantastic Five by Supreme-Magic-Company

Five effects with simple objects.

All of the effects are easy to do . . . are varied in effect. None of them requires elaborate properties.

Effect No. 1. Invisible Dice. A clever novelty. A prediction with a box of matches and invisible dice. No matter what number a spectator "throws," you show your prediction to be correct. A trick that will become one of your favorite pocket tricks.

Effect No. 2. Fire! A gag - but an unusual one you can use in many ways. Any time you need a light, i.e. in the Dove Pan routine, Burnt and Restored note, etc., you say you will show the Magician's way of...

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Stretching A Rope Plus by Supreme-Magic-Company

An approximately 3 ft. length of rope is shown and pulled between the hands, it's a solid length of rope, - it is not made of elastic, it doesn't stretch and yet suddenly it begins to get longer and longer ... 5ft., 8ft., 10 ft., - yes, it stretches and stretches until it is 30 feet or longer.

A wonderful eye-popping effect that forms a perfect preface to other rope mysteries. In Milbourne Christopher's original effect no special gimmicks are used, just a rope and the special method of preparation and handling.

THE PLUS: In addition to all this, an alternative handling is given which allows the effect...

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Connoisseurs' Coins Through by Supreme-Magic-Company

Connoisseurs' Coins Through ... a definitive routine, one of the finest ever for the coins through table. The work of Vernon, Slydini and a host of others combined to give the easiest handling with the maximum effect. In this routine several coins pass repeatedly through the table. You begin with six coins. Three of the coins pass through the table top two times. Then you eliminate two coins and repeat the penetration through the table with four coins. Again, you eliminate two coins and repeat the trick with two coins. At the end you eliminate another coin and repeat the penetration a last...

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Panama Plus by Supreme-Magic-Company

Many years ago, Ted Collins devised the Panama Rope Trick. With this trick he won the cup for the best rope trick of the I.B.M. Convention at Fort Worth. A length of rope, that can be borrowed, is cut not one but three times and the four pieces tied together. Rope is now handed to a spectator and is completely restored. The routine is fully explained with a novel presentation by Ken de Courcy.

Now for two wonderful little-known variations. 'The Legs Of Man' by Vivian St. John. The idea is that a piece of rope is shown and tied so that it forms two circles. It is then cut in two places, then pulled through...

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Borrowed Bill in Balloon by Supreme-Magic-Company

Five reputation maker routines. This is one of the cleverest effects we have seen and capable of being used in many different ways. As a note in balloon. As a smashing prediction. As a clever and colourful "Just Chance" routine with three balloons, etc.

You'll thrill to the simplicity of the method. And the cunning of it. Listen to the details of the first effect ... and the others are equally convincing, equally baffling.

Note in Balloon. An inflated balloon is shown and placed to one side. A dollar bill of any value you prefer is borrowed from a member of the audience who himself notes...

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Magigram Volume 27 (Sep 1994 - Feb 1995) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 27, Six Issues only, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor
Incorporating Trixigram & Alakazam!

316 pages

  1. Volume 27, Number 1, September, 1994, 52 pages, including front & back covers - incorporating Trixigram & Alakazam! - Cover picture: David Copperfield
  2. advertisements
  3. contents
  4. Editorial - Ken de Courcy
  5. Snowstorm in Chicago - Jack Bridwell
  6. Middlesborough Circle of Magicians Showcase
    1. 40 Years On - 1954-1994
    2. Introduction
    3. The Middlesborough Circle of Magicians (A Resumé of the Story so Far) - Denis Templar
    4. Donald the Magician - Donald...
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Magigram Volume 26 (Sep 1993 - Aug 1994) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 26, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor
Incorporating Trixigram in all issues & Alakazam!, Volume 4, Numbers 3 thru 12, as supplemets, then incorporating Alakazam! starting with Number 11

706 pages

  1. Volume 26, Number 1, September, 1993, 62 pages, including front & back covers - incorporating Trixigram & Alakazam!, Volume 4, Number 3
  2. advertisements
  3. contents
  4. Editorial - Ken de Courcy
  5. The Age Cards Updated - Herb Rungay
  6. MagicIan Adair's Trick Column - Ian Adair
    • Data-Frame
  7. Whispers in the Wings - Harold Long
  8. Bringing Back Harbin - Robert...
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Magigram Volume 25 (Sep 1992 - Aug 1993) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 25, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor
Incorporating Trixigram in all issues & Alakazam, Volume 4, Numbers 1 & 2

564 pages

  1. Volume 25, Number 1, September, 1992, 46 pages, including front & back covers - incorporating Trixigram
  2. advertisements
  3. contents
  4. Editorial - Ken de Courcy
  5. Bringing Back Bongo - Ali Bongo
    • Pick A Paper
  6. Edwin Hooper - obituary - Ken de Courcy
  7. Marvoyan's Magic - Magic from Bolivia
    • Optrika
  8. Magic Bits - Ravelle and Andrée
    • Silk Surprise
  9. Bernard's Bazaar - Bobby Bernard
  10. Five'll Getcha Ten! - Simon...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 24 (Sep 1991 - Aug 1992) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 24, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor
Incorporating Trixigram in all issues

527 pages

  1. Volume 24, Number 1, September, 1991, 44 pages, including front & back covers - incorporating Trixigram
  2. advertisements
  3. contents & events
  4. Editorial - Ken de Courcy & Ian Adair
  5. Trade Show Magic - Michael Bailey
    • The Golden Egg
  6. Michael Bailey - profile
  7. Tarot Card Tricks - Joe Hustler
  8. Kennaugh's Kaleidoscope - Alan Kennaugh
    • Henry Lewis
  9. Whispers in the Wings - Harold Long
    • Mascots and Good Luck Charms
  10. Setterington's Sorcery - Arthur...
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Magigram Volume 23 (Sep 1990 - Aug 1991) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 23, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor Including Trixigram, Volume 9, Number 7, March 1991

888 pages

  1. Volume 23, Number 1, September, 1990, 56 pages, plus 19 unnumbered cover and advertising pages
  2. contents
  3. Lets Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Baker's Batch - Roy Baker
    • Button Up Plus
  5. Magi-Cartoon - Johnny Cooper
  6. Kennaugh's Kaleidoscope - Alan Kennaugh
    • Johnny Cooper
  7. A Spectator Finds a 'Gift' - Joe Hustler
  8. Instant Appearance of an Animal - Levecton
  9. Max Maven Presents the Magic of Phil Goldstein
    • Bee Attitude ...
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Magigram Volume 22 (Sep 1989 - Aug 1990) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 22, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

903 pages

  1. Volume 22, Number 1, September, 1989, 75 pages, including front & back covers
  2. Lewisham '89 - The Supreme Super Day Convention - announcement
  3. advertisements
  4. contents
  5. Lets Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  6. Magician's Diary - Robin H. Sharpe
    • Magical Happenings of Septembers Past
  7. News and Views from the Colonies - George Johnstone
  8. Kennaugh's Kaleidoscope - Alan Kennaugh
    • Robert Harbin
  9. Colombini's Rope Melange - Aldo Colombini & Will Ayling
    • introduction
    • First Cut and...
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Magigram Volume 21 (Sep 1988 - Aug 1989) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 21, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

909 pages

  1. Volume 21, Number 1, September, 1988, 76 pages, including front & back covers
  2. Supreme at British Ring Convention - Brighton - announcement
  3. advertisements
  4. contents
  5. Lets Face It - editorial by Ian Adair
  6. My Goodness - It's Geddes - The Magic of Johnny - Johnny Geddes
    • Pentops
  7. The Magic of Shaun Lee
    • The Thimble and the Sponge Ball
  8. Arthur Carter Column
    • Super Silk Vanish
  9. The P...D (Paul & Debbie) Trick Column - Paul Daniels
    • A Chop Cup Finish
  10. Sleight of Hand...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 20 (Sep 1987 - Aug 1988) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 20, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

878 pages

  1. Volume 20, Number 1, September, 1987, 73 pages, including front cover
  2. advertisements
  3. Lets Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Contents
  5. The Wanderful Card - Ken de Courcy
  6. Transpo Plus - Arthur Setterington
  7. String of Fish - Jack Bridwell
  8. With Magic in Mind - Stanton Carlisle
    • Streamlined Premonition
  9. News and Views from the Colonies - George Johnstone
  10. cartoon
  11. My Long and Happy Journey Through the Land of Close-Up - series by Tommy Rowe
    • Part 2
  12. Abrac-Adair - The Magic of Ian...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 19 (Sep 1986 - Aug 1987) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 19, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

Including an Index to Volume 19, 910 pages

  • cover pages and 31 page index to Volume 19

  1. Volume 19, Number 1, September, 1986, 74 pages, including front & back covers
  2. advertisements
  3. Lets Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Kennaugh's Kolumn - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  5. Magic as Entertainment - Harold Taylor
  6. The Electrified Keys - Magic Roka
  7. The Apple and the Scarf
  8. The Gospel Column
    • A Short Autobiography - Henry Smith
    • Is The Bible Reliable? - Henry Smith
  9. Perpetually Yours...
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Magigram Volume 18 (Sep 1985 - Aug 1986) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 18, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

Including an Index to Volume 18, 920 pages

  • front and back cover pages and 35 page index to Volume 18 (page 4 is blank or missing)

  1. Volume 18, Number 1, September, 1985, 74 pages, including front & back covers
  2. advertisements
  3. Lets Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. King's Triangle - Ravelle & Andree
  5. A Fishy Business - Harold Long
  6. Kennaugh's Kolumn - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  7. The Magic of John Yeager
    1. Colour-Changing Balls to Silks
    2. A Die and Paddle Trick
    3. A Phantom Tube Routine ...
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Magigram Volume 17 (Sep 1984 - Aug 1985) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 17, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

Including an Index to Volume 17, 913 pages

  • cover page and 27 page index to Volume 17

  1. Volume 17, Number 1, September, 1984, 74 pages, including front & back covers
  2. Read All About Us!
  3. advertisements
  4. Lets Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  5. Knowing the Ropes - Harold Long
  6. The Unconscious Witness - W. Rory Coker
  7. It's a Strange Magical World - Ian Adair
  8. Arthur Carter Column - Arthur Carter
    • E.S.P. Two
  9. At Homb with McComb - Billy McComb
  10. A Noteable Trick! - Ravelle & Andree
  11. All Bays & All Girls...
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Magigram Volume 16 (Sep 1983 - Aug 1984) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 16, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

Including an Index to Volume 16, 810 pages

  • cover page and 24 page index to Volume 16

  1. Volume 16, Number 1, September, 1983, 66 pages, including front & back covers
  2. advertisements
  3. Lets Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. The Supreme Slogan Competition - judged by Ken de Courcy
  5. Your Face - Stan Lobenstern (USA)
  6. Mental Hypnotism - Herb Rungay
  7. Belted - Jack Bridwell
  8. A Sucker Trick for the Tele-Frame - Pen-Ana - Ernie Jones
  9. Patter Bits for Good-Bye Paper Tear - Eric Hawkesworth
  10. A Routine for Nesto Box...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 15 (Sep 1982 - Aug 1983) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 15, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

812 pages

  1. Volume 15, Number 1, September, 1982, 68 pages - Bumper All-Trick Issue
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. My Routine with Supreme's Cocktail Sticks - Geoff Lawrence
  5. The Fifty One to One Gamble - Phil Bennett
  6. An Alternative Routine for "Migration" - Kenneth Lang
  7. A Calcutta Routine for a "Boston Clip" or "Metamorphis Card" Revisited - Arun Bonerjee
  8. Culling a Stack - Phil Bennett
  9. Guessing the Unknown Card - Kishor N. Gordhandas
  10. Secureasilk - Arthur setterington
  11. Siamese Triplets...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 14 (Sep 1981 - Aug 1982) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 14, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

790 pages

  1. Volume 14, Number 1, September, 1981, 68 pages - Super-Sizzlers
  2. advertisements
  3. The Thieving Fingers of Magic Hands
  4. advertisements
  5. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  6. Do As I Do With One Pack - Brian Howard
  7. Card-Numerology - Stanton Carlisle
  8. Words for Your (F)ears - name of phobias
  9. Blake's Bafflers - George Blake
    • Triple Free Force
  10. Colombini's Card Magic - Lewis Ganson
    • Fabian's Champagne
  11. Magic as Entertainment - Harold Taylor
  12. Arthur Carter Column - The Mysteries of...
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Magigram Volume 13 (Sep 1980 - Aug 1981) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 13, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

816 pages. Now printed with page numbers!

  1. Volume 13, Number 1, September, 1980, 68 pages - Super September Sorcery
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Another Look at Kellini's Flower Cards - Angus Lavery
  5. A Twist - Myster Yaffe (Malcolm Yaffe)
  6. Kennaugh Kalling - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  7. The Buzz-Word Syndrome - article by Stanton Carlisle
  8. Presentation for Pavel's "Colorings" - David Drake
  9. Watch It! - George Hills
  10. An Extra for "Silken Butterfly" - Harry Carnegie
  11. Errors...
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Magigram Volume 12 (Sep 1979 - Aug 1980) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 12, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

856 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 12, Number 1, September, 1979, 80 unnumbered pages - New Series
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Routine for Cabinet of Canton - M.K. Francis
  5. A Credit - testimonial
  6. My Magic World - Edwin [Hooper]
  7. Bouquets! - testimonials
  8. Adair's Dove Column - Ian Adair
    • Clean Sweep - Jack Bridwell
    • Ian's Dove and Cage
  9. Quick on the Draw - puzzle - Alan Ward
    • Swift Shift - puzzle
  10. Blake's...
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Magigram Volume 11 (Sep 1978 - Aug 1979) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 11, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

988 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 11, Number 1, September, 1978, 72 unnumbered pages - Kelly's Eye [British Bingo slang for one]
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. American Trip 1978 - as seen by Edwin [Hooper]
  5. October Event - Magic Circle Annual Banquet - announcement
  6. Walter (Zaney) Blaney - Suggests
  7. Kennaugh Kalling - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  8. At Homb with McComb - Billy McComb
  9. Unusual Items from the Magigram Collection - cartoon
  10. Card in...
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Magigram Volume 10 (Sep 1977 - Aug 1978) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 10, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

1022 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 10, Number 1, September, 1977, 72 unnumbered pages - Here We Go Again!
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. A Four Ace Trick - John Yeager
  5. Breaking Pistol - John Yeager
  6. Smart Money! - testimonial
  7. A Great Book! - testimonial
  8. Another Look at the Three & Half of Clubs - John Yeager
  9. The Kellini File - Kellini of Norway
    1. Odd Candle
    2. Colour-Changing Wand
    3. Triple Colour-Changing Wand ...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 9 (Sep 1976 - Aug 1977) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 9, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

1028 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 9, Number 1, September, 1976, 76 unnumbered pages - Starting Our 11th. Year
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. A Curious Anecdote from Capt. R.C.V. Ross
  5. Safari Stateside - report by Ken de Courcy
  6. Ian Adair - Ideas Associated
    • Different Notions for Two Super Effects
      • Insurance Policy Notion
      • Mickey Mouse's Camera Capers
  7. Lucky Card and Any Date - Serge Kolychkine ...
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Magigram Volume 8 (Sep 1975 - Aug 1976) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 8, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

916 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 8, Number 1, September, 1975, 72 unnumbered pages - New Cover! New Series! New Magic!
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Kennaugh Kalling - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  5. Great! - testimonial
  6. How Many Cards! - answer
  7. Edwin's Magi-Go-Round - comments from Edwin Hooper
  8. Ian Adair - Ideas Associated
    • Cotton-Reel Lace
  9. Call Yourself a Magician - Harry Carnegie
    • Dart ...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 7 (Sep 1974 - Aug 1975) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 7, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

856 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 7, Number 1, September, 1974, 68 unnumbered pages - Your Favourites Are Back!
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Ganson's "Teach-In"
    • Henry Hay's Coin Vanish
  5. Kennaugh Kalling - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  6. Ian Adair - Ideas Associated
    • Multicolour Paint
  7. Have You Heard - jokes
  8. [John] Wade's Wonderful Adventures Through Letter Box Land
  9. [John] Wade's (and William's) Wanderings ...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 6 (Sep 1973 - Aug 1974) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 6, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

1052 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 6, Number 1, September, 1973, 80 unnumbered pages - Your Favourite Columnists Are Back!
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Ganson's Magic
    • The Stripper Pack Updated - Part Two
  5. Dove Magic Treasury - testimonial
  6. Im-penetrable - Arthur Setterington
  7. A Suggestion [re Vol. 5 No. 6) - W. Noel Jones
  8. The Perverse-Reverse - Bill Lainsbury
  9. Another [fish from pocket]
  10. Kennaugh Kalling - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  11. Photo Parade! ...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 5 (Sep 1972 - Aug 1973) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 5, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

860 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file

  1. Volume 5, Number 1, September, 1972, 76 unnumbered pages - Hull Magicians' Circle Special
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Lawrence's Fox and Hen Show - Derek Lawrence
  5. Thanks! - testimonials
  6. Kennaugh Kalling - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  7. Arthur Carter Column - The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
    • Duo-Premonition
  8. Palmed Coincidence - Joe Riding
  9. Chinese Matches Again - Rink ...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 4 (Sep 1971 - Aug 1972) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 4, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

892 pages - Now Monthly. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 4, Number 1, September, 1971, 64 unnumbered pages
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Man of Harlech! - testimonial
  5. A Shaker! - testimonial
  6. Response - testimonial
  7. One Outmanship - correspondence
  8. Positive! - testimonial
  9. Kennaugh Kalling - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  10. A Score of Ideas - Ian Adair
    • Salt Selection
    • Yo-Yo Watch
  11. At Homb with McComb - Billy...
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Supreme-Magic-Company
Magigram Volume 3 (Sep 1970 - Aug 1971) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 3, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

448 pages - 6 Issues. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 3, Number 1, September-October, 1970, 72 unnumbered pages
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. World-Wide Acclaim! - testimonials
  5. Kennaugh Kalling - Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
  6. At Homb with McComb - Billy McComb
  7. picture of editor Ken de Courcy
  8. 25 Tricks with the Self-Lighting Bulb - Ken de Courcy
  9. Dominating Dice - Paul Marcus
  10. Paging Ian Adair's Panello
    1. Magic...
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Magigram Volume 2 (Sep 1968 - Aug 1970) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 2, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

826 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 2, Number 1, September-October, 1968, 71 unnumbered pages - Second Birthday Special
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. Snap! - Some [photo] Memories of the I.B.M. Chatanooga [sic] U.S.A. Convention
  5. A Big Card Trick - Bill Gebert
  6. Letters!
  7. A Quick Drink - A Scotch from a Scot! - Edwin Hooper
  8. Children's Corner - Dennis and Susan Lucas
  9. Another Compere-Gag - Val Andrews
  10. Easy Reckoning - Ken de Courcy ...
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Magigram Volume 1 (Sep 1966 - Aug 1968) by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram, Volume 1, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor

672 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

  1. Volume 1, Number 1, September-October, 1966, 36 unnumbered pages
  2. advertisements
  3. Let's Face It - editorial by Ken de Courcy
  4. The Tale of the Captain's Shirt - paper tearing routine - Alan Ward
  5. Sum Cubes - Ken Bowell
  6. Achieved Ambition - Johnny Geddes
  7. Children's Magic
    • Rescue for Robin - Len Belcher
  8. Mainly Mental - Collosini
    • Fantastic
  9. Sticky Sponges - Ravelle & Andree
  10. Card Magic
    • Card Location...
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Magigram by Supreme-Magic-Company

The Magigram ran for around twenty-seven years and started with the first proper issue in September 1966 and ended in February 1995, in total more than 22,000 pages. Almost every well-known magician from those years made some form of contribution to the magazine including Billy McComb who had an inspiring regular column. The magazine started life as a vehicle for advertisements for the Supreme Magic Company but soon developed into a proper magazine that many magicians took out on subscription. Every branch of magic from close up to illusions was covered and it was one of the most popular UK magic magazines...

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