As Harry Leat writes in his introduction, the tricks in this book are not pocket tricks, but ones which rely on some clever piece of apparatus. Some of his ideas are ingenious and have never been published before. Harry Leat was quite a character and it shows in his creations and ideas.
1st edition, 1923, Harry Leat, London; 111 pages.
word count: 21345 which is equivalent to 85 standard pages of text
- The Mysterious Box of Parvo
- "Bloodless" Writing on the Arm
- Improved Card Frames
- Mister Makeshift
- The Necromantic Mummy
- Improved Passe-Passe Bottles
- The Only Bug
- The Real Magic Funnel
- The Travelling Glass
- A Magical Accessory
- "All-In" Monument Trick
- The Kew-rious Pagoda Patter
- Super Divination
- "Any Card" Box
- Ventriloquial Dialogue:- "Liftie"
- My Thanks to the Magic Circle
- The Professor's Seat
- The World, The Flash, and The Devil
- Magic of the Depots - 1923
- Forty Years In & Around Magic
- List of Magical Depots