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UF Grant Instruction Sheets 1
by Ulysses Frederick Grant

#2 Illusions, Escape & Stage author

(2 reviews, 4 customer ratings) ★★★★★

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UF Grant Instruction Sheets 1 by Ulysses Frederick Grant

U. F. Grant was one of the world’s most prolific magic inventors, inventing over a 1000 tricks during his lifetime. This bundle contains 10 of his vintage instructions sheets. Some of these instructions are near impossible to find today. The instructions have not been redone; but, rather, these are scans of the original directions that Grant sent with each trick. All scans are readable. An educational look into the mind of U. F. Grant. Some of the tricks can be easily made after reading the instruction sheets.

  • Bill In Lemon: Grant’s improved method
  • Chink Cans: A great version of rice bowls with no water, a best seller
  • Citation: Grant’s Triple Board Prediction - better than most versions
  • Climax Egg Bag: The bag turns into a cloth chicken for a climax
  • Cow Trick: Produce two glasses of milk from two flat panels, a real fooler
  • European Cigarette Device: Clever gimmick you can make to produce cigs
  • Finger Tip Flash Pot: A flash of fire and smoke from your fingers
  • TV Card Frame: An improved version, where the card appears between glass
  • Jumbo Poker Deal: The magician always wins. Grant’s improved method
  • Invisible Gun: Form an empty hand into gun shape and make a loud bang

12 pages
word count: 6196 which is equivalent to 24 standard pages of text

Reviewed by Bill Palmer (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★   Date Added: Saturday 04 May, 2024

This is a handy collection of instruction sheets for classic U.F. Grant products. When you run across a set of "Chink Cans," and you can't figure out how to make them work, these are what to order. There is also a nice bill in lemon version that works very nicely. There are eleven tricks in all, including a version of Mental Epic that uses an ungaffed slate.

They aren't fancy. There are numerous misspellings and hand corrections. But all in all, they have historical importance. They were originally published in 1946.

Reviewed by Ron Cowart (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★   Date Added: Friday 21 April, 2023

As I have come to expect from this excellent source....PERFECT!!