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Ulysses Frederick Grant

Ulysses Frederick Grant

(12th January 1901 - 1st March 1978)

Also known as Gen Grant. Pro magic dealer in New York City 1925-1939 and later in Columbus, Ohio.

Prolific inventor, including "The Farmer and the Witch" (by 1935), "Walking thru a Ribbon" (by 1937), "Alagen Rope" (with Winston Freer by 1939), "Super-X Levitation" (in 1942), "Temple Screen" (by 1945), "Devil's Newspaper" (by 1948), "Chink Cans" (by 1949), "Pig Turns Around" (by 1952), "Cow Trick" (by 1955), "Chen-Lee Water Suspension" (by 1962), "Strat-o-Spheres" (by 1962), and "Candle-Lite" (by 1963).

Coauthors: Frank Lane, Eugene E. Gloye, H. Adrian Smith, Devin Knight, T. A. Whitney, Ken de Courcy, B. W. McCarron

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Sacred Altar Lights by Ulysses Frederick Grant

You show three candle holders on a table, each with a candle in it. A sheet of clear glass is placed around them and the candles are visibly lighted. The center one is referred to as the sacred light. Anything passed through the flame will not burn hands or other objects. Even flash paper will not be set off by the flame!

The sacred light is removed from the alter and caused to vanish. It immediately reappears back in the holder lighted! Finally, the candle vanishes completely leaving no trace behind.

A trick with visible impact that you will fool yourself with.

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The Invisible Man Effect by Ulysses Frederick Grant

This is a very rare and seldom seen release of U. F. Grant. It was released in 1934 by Nelmar and was only available from him. In this short release Grant explains several methods for creating the effect of an invisible man on stage. The invisible man is heard walking out on stage and wearing a hat, but no visible body; which the performer removes. He is heard to converse with the performer and even rock in a rocking chair. The invisible man goes out into the audience and looks at cards selected by spectators and returns to the stage and whispers them in the performer's ear so the performer...

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A Table Lamp Floats by Ulysses Frederick Grant

This is included in Grant's Lost Illusion Secrets.

At last, anyone can own a floating lamp. You can have one right in your living room or den with no special lamp to buy. Yes, one of the lamps sitting around your home now can be made into a floating lamp for a few dollars.

EFFECT: Spectators see an ordinary lamp sitting on a table. You produce a covering cloth and place it over the lamp. The lamp then seems to float right up into space, high over their heads or down near the floor in a very strange manner. After its flight, it glides back to the table and once again comes to rest. This is actually what they see,...

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Nu Way Out Of This World by Ulysses Frederick Grant

A wonderful self-working rendition of the classic "Out Of This World" effect. This was the first real card trick I saw - and I was baffled.

A borrowed deck is shuffled. A red and a black card are placed face up on the table. The performer then removes cards, one at a time from the deck. Without the spectator seeing the faces of these cards, he indicates whether he thinks a card is a red or a black. If he thinks it is a red card, the performer places it, face down, on the face up red card. If the spectator thinks it is a black card, the performer places it face down on the face up black card....

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The Fastest Rope in the West by Ulysses Frederick Grant

This routine has multiple effects. You begin with a length of rope...showing it freely. Instantly a knot appears on one end. You clearly untie it, but a moment later another knot appears. You clearly untie it again but...yes you are right...another knot appears. You repeat this effect again and again. At the end you have snapped five knots in all.

Now you borrow a finger ring and execute Grant's "Poor Man's Monkey Bar" in which you tie three knots on the rope with the ring knotted to the one on the right. Then you put the rope behind your back and pretend that the ring "magically" pass...

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Automat Card Routine by Ulysses Frederick Grant

The following is a complete card routine created by U.F. Grant a long, long time ago. You will find it mysterious, entertaining and practically unknown by modern generations.

EFFECT: A series of bewildering effects with a deck of cards shuffled by spectators.

1. A deck of cards is shuffled by spectators. A card is chosen and returned to the deck. Performer puts cards in trouser pocket and spells the name of the chosen card. The last card results to be the chosen one.

2. A spectator now chooses another card. The deck is cut. Tell the spectators that you have X-ray eyes and can see...

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The Flying Carpet Illusion by Ulysses Frederick Grant

The Flying Carpet Illusion - U.F. Grant's updated floating lady with a kicker.

The carpet and the spectator revolve in mid-air at the same time. The spectators see all sides. A small platform on casters is rolled to any spot on the floor desired. Resting on the platform is a beautifully decorated two-fold screen. It supports a platform with gold fringe representing a carpet. The carpet seat is tufted and padded for comfort, and it shows up well at a distance.

A person weighing up to 110 pounds sits cross-legged on the carpet. Then two chrome-like swords are placed on the bottom platform...

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Rising, Dancing and Floating Silk by Ulysses Frederick Grant

Do not confuse this with Blackstone's Dancing Handkerchief. This method does not have to be done on stage and requires no assistants like the Blackstone version does.

Borrow a handkerchief and a hat or use your own. Tie a knot into the handkerchief and toss into the empty hat. In a few seconds, the handkerchief peeks out of the hat and jumps into your hands. Place the handkerchief on the floor and it stands straight up by itself and starts dancing around. It jumps into your hands and then floats between your outstretched hands. The magician can even walk into the audience with the handkerchief floating...

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Sleight of Hand Rope Trick by Ulysses Frederick Grant

This is the first official release U.F. Grant made in 1928. This came before his 45 Tricks, and was an amazing rope trick well before its time that introduced the magic world to the genius of Grant. Very rare and seldom seen.

EFFECT: A length of rope is displayed measuring about 3 feet long. This can be passed for examination before and after the trick. The rope is taken and the ends tied together. The performer states the rope can be cut and restored in any section of the loop. He proceeds to cut the rope 3 or 4 inches from the knot and then restoring it there. It is again cut; this time in the center...

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Snip-Snip Want Ad Test by Ulysses Frederick Grant

The Snip-Snip Want Ad Test is the a sensational, simplified, baffling and easy to present effect. No switching, palming, sleight of hand or advance preparation is needed. Guard the secret well. I have seen professional mentalists pay $100 and more for secrets far inferior to this. Your audience will not believe it. Neither would you if you were not in on the secret.

Effect: A single column of want ads cut from any newspaper is freely shown. It is not gimmicked or prepared in any way. Holding the strip vertically, you start to snip ads from the bottom of the strip, one at a time, until a spectator...

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35 Miracles with a Mirror Glass by Ulysses Frederick Grant & T. A. Whitney

Here are 35 miracles you can perform with this most handy magical accessory. T. A. Whitney teams up with U. F. Grant to bring you nearly three dozen amazing magical tricks, routines and twists using the mirror glass. Productions, vanishes, transformations, mental effects and more are all described in patient detail, enabling you to add color, flash and mystery to your performances.

Partial Contents

  • Magic Cigarette Maker
  • All the Tea in China
  • Enchanted Necklace
  • Comedy Necklace Trick
  • A Knotty Problem
  • Parade of Silks
  • Instant Shopping
  • Ring on Ribbon
  • The Changing Card
  • Two Card Monte...
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Fifty Ways to Produce a Silk by Ulysses Frederick Grant & B. W. McCarron

Here's an astounding collection of 50 entertaining methods of producing one or more colorful silk scarves in your magic act. Perhaps the most comprehensive collection ever published. Includes methods requiring no props, some with gimmicks that you can make at home, and a nice section on apparatus that you likely already have (or can buy from a dealer) that explains the basic principles involved.

Audiences love effects using silks and handkerchiefs. Make those tricks appear even more magical by producing the scarf from thin air instead of simply picking it up from a table. A true compendium...

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20 Stunners with a Short Card by Ulysses Frederick Grant & T. A. Whitney

Twenty card miracles that you can do, updated and given fresh, new life for modern performers and audiences. This isn't your grandfather's manuscript of card tricks. If you have Grant's original Tricks with a Short Card, you're getting only half the story. This new, revised edition adds a whopping 350% more content.

If you're new to magic, the effects you're able to present will look like you've spent years of practice to polish them to perfection. And if you're a pro, you'll appreciate and enjoy T. A. Whitney's updated approach to these pasteboard miracles.

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Tricks with Hares by Ulysses Frederick Grant

Perhaps no other effect is so much associated with the magician as that of producing a rabbit from an empty hat. And, oddly enough, so few magicians today use a rabbit in their act.

Where the idea of producing a rabbit from a hat originated is not certain. The favorite story seems to be about the 18th century English woman who felt that she was not getting the attention she deserved. She told her husband and neighbors that she had been accosted by a rabbit and some time latter she took to her bed. The story immediately went out that she had given birth to several rabbits. The story naturally...

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Floating Light Bulb by Ulysses Frederick Grant

Although the original title of this manuscript is "Close-Up Floating Light Bulb", this is not a close-up effect but a stage effect. The method would not allow you to perform this in an intimate close-up setting.

With the aid of a hoop you let a light bulb float, rise and descend.

6 pages

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Grant's Scrapbook by Ulysses Frederick Grant

This rare manuscript by U. F. Grant, originally sold as The Devil's Scrapbook, contains a lot of interesting material. Hidden in its pages are some little gems that you will not find anywhere else. There are no long descriptions of the methods, as Grant himself explains. He goes directly to the point. The style is typical of Grant and we made only some minor corrections of typos.

From the introduction:

This is a collection of picked items taken from an exclusive scrapbook....items that would have normally been sold separately at One...Two....Three Dollars A Piece. We are not going to...
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100 Tips and Gags by Ulysses Frederick Grant

As Grant itself says, this is "A Collection of 100 Tips and Gags, Stunts etc. to put pep into your Program. Items that have, and are being used by Leading Performers. AND MANY NEW ONES." The literal 100 gags that you will find in the manuscript are useful in every situation and for every kind of show.

For

  • PROFESSIONAL MAGICIANS
  • AMATEUR MAGICIANS
  • MASTER OF CEREMONIES
  • IMPROMPTU WORKERS
  • AND ALL ENTERTAINERS
Although this manuscript was written in the early forties, we are sure that you will find many useful gags, stunts, bit of business etc. that you will immediately insert in your...
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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Appunti di Grant by Ulysses Frederick Grant

Questo raro manoscritto di UF Grant, contiene un sacco di materiale interessante . Nascoste nelle sue pagine sono alcune piccole gemme che non troverete da nessun'altra parte . Non ci sono lunghe descrizioni dei metodi , come spiega lo stesso di Grant . Si va direttamente al punto. Lo stile è tipico di Grant : diretto e senza fronzoli. Sarà una notevole aggiunta alla collezione di coloro che sono appassionati di Grant.

Dall'introduzione:

"Questa è una collezione di materiale tratto da un albo di appunti esclusivo… Materiale che normalmente sarebbe venduto separatamente a uno, due,...

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
15 Great Illusions by Ulysses Frederick Grant

For the performer who plays carnivals, circuses, clubs or who just has a large stage show, this ebook is just what you need. The sensational illusions in this ebook can be built up after reading the directions. Add one or more of these effects for the coming season. Finely illustrated in detail, the clear instructions will enable you to build these feature illusions on your own at a small cost. A valuable manuscript for anyone.

  • The Book Of Life
  • The Rajah's Tent Illusion
  • Two On A Park Bench
  • Chen Lee's Screen Illusion
  • The Man Without A Head
  • Witch's Broom & Rope Illusion
  • The Human X-Ray ...
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50 Kute Koin Tricks by Ulysses Frederick Grant

This manuscript describes fifty close-up tricks, gags and stunts with coins - none of which require sleights. Many new ideas are employed - including new dodges that open up a new field. Every magician should be able to perform one or two coin tricks. Choose from the many in this manuscript.

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Strizzacervelli by Ulysses Frederick Grant

Sensazionale questo ebook che descrive 4 stupendi effetti di mentalismo del famoso U.F. Grant.

CONTENUTO

I trucchi sono davvero eccezionali e inusuali

  1. Indovinate l'orario fino al secondo, di tre orologi disposti da tre spettatori in tre scatole sigillate. Gli spettatori puntano gli orologi all'orario di loro scelta. Nessuna forzatura.
  2. Riuscite a indovinare dieci carte dopo che queste sono state liberamente scelte in un mazzo sigillato, mescolato, scelto tra dieci altri liberamente, dopo che sono state sigillate in una busta e inchiodate tra due tavolette di legno!!!
  3. Uno spettatore...
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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Diventa PickPocket senza abilità by Ulysses Frederick Grant

Forse hai sempre desiderato inserire nel tuo numero un po' di Pickpocket ( borseggiatore in Italiano...) ma questi numeri richiedono ore e ore di estenuante allenamento... Ora puoi con l'aiuto di questo lavoro classico del Grande Grant, disponibile per la prima volta in Italiano.

Grant ha reso facili le cose difficili e così senza nessuna abilità puoi far sembrare al tuo pubblico che sei un "borseggiatore professionista"tra le risate generali! Ribadiamo che i metodi e i trucchi che sono spiegati sono a puro scopo di spettacolo e nulla hanno a che fare con atti criminosi.

In men che...

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Miracoli Contraffatti con le carte by Ulysses Frederick Grant

4 fantastici Giochi di carte:

  • Automatici
  • Improvvisati
  • Con carte prese a prestito
  • Senza preparazione
  • Facilissimi da eseguire
  • Di grande effetto
  • Non sono i soliti giochi per principianti...
A volte quando non abbiamo le "nostre" carte e ci chiedono di fare un gioco, ci troviamo in difficoltà. Ci viene in aiuto questo opuscolo, dove sono spiegati quattro giochi che si possono eseguire con carte prese a prestito e soprattutto senza nessun setup. I giochi non richiedono alcuna abilità ma sono di grande effetto.

Alcuni Esempi:

Spellino Tre o più spettatori scelgono uno alla volta...

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Pickpocket Stunts by Ulysses Frederick Grant

The Master himself U.F. Grant teach us new, unusual and highly effective methods of performing apparent pickpocket stunts. Startling effects requiring no skill. In this manuscript you will find a number of excellent suggestions for pickpocket stunts. No great pickpocket skill is required to execute them, rather, they are of the stunt type. They will convince the watching spectator that you are an accomplished pickpocket.

Content:

  1. Wallet Steal
  2. Wrist Watch Steal
  3. Stealing Suspenders
  4. Pen/Pencil Steal
  5. Stealing Misc. Objects
  6. Stealing Pen, Pencils, Cigars, etc.
  7. Stealing Bills
  8. Stealing...
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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Tricks with Magnets by Ulysses Frederick Grant

All of these clever tricks use magnets in one way or another.

  • Buddha Coin Mystery
  • Fortune Telling Coin
  • Cup Levitation
  • Grant's Match Penetration
  • Mental Detection
  • Living and Dead Test
  • Clever Coin Vanish
  • Sliding Glue
  • Improved Sliding Glue
  • Psychic Lock And Keys
  • Rising Cards And Wand
  • Coin Through Block
  • Box - Cover and Coin
  • Tip-See Pencil
  • Improved Imp Bottle
  • Improved Wands and Cords
  • Stopping A Watch
  • Handkerchief Box
  • Nu-Coin
  • Rolling Cigarettes
  • Adams Coin Box
  • Magnetic Cigar
  • Three Shell Game
  • Number Detection
  • Mystery Man

PDF 15 pages

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Chinese Magic and Illusions by Ulysses Frederick Grant

A collection of startling and sensational mysteries ... twenty feature tricks.

  • Chinese Screen Trick
  • Chinese Rope Trick
  • Baskets-Confetti and Doves
  • Ribbon And Hat
  • Cylinder-Water & Fish
  • Parasol-Ball & Water
  • Cup-Silk & Smoke
  • Gong Silk Production
  • Copper Bowl Production
  • Chinese Lamp Trick
  • Chinese Water Cups
  • Mystery Foulard
  • Here And There
  • Sensational Bowl Production
  • Beads Of Chen-Lee
  • Chinese Chew Tobacco
  • Bamboo Pole and Box
  • Flower Garden Illusion
  • Screen Mystery

PDF 22 pages.

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How To Produce A Rabbit by Devin Knight & Ulysses Frederick Grant

No one can really call himself a magician, unless he can pull a rabbit out of a hat. It is the most expected trick in magic today. Even though few magicians do it; you always have kids asking, "Are you going to pull a rabbit out of a hat?"

Potential clients calling about birthday parties, often ask if you can pull a rabbit out of a hat. Some magician's try to pacify the mothers or children using a mirror box production of a rabbit. Good try, but it is not the same. People want to see a rabbit produced from an empty top hat, or even a borrowed hat. If you can do this; you have a big advantage...

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Zella: copper and silver coin routine by Ulysses Frederick Grant

It is impossible to adequately describe in words the greatness of the Zella Copper and Silver routine. Nowhere will you find a routine so easy and pleasurable to present, yet so profound in its effect upon those watching it. The routine has been thoroughly tested from every practical and theoretical standpoint and has been performed with unparalleled results before men experienced in coin magic.

No double-sided or other trick coins used. No gimmicks. Only regular coins used. Easy to learn as there are no difficult sleights.

First Effect: Three coins are on a table; two half dollars and...

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Center Tear Methods by Ulysses Frederick Grant

The center tear is, without question, the finest all-around method for gaining information written by a spectator. The main advantage of the center tear is that it is always ready to use, a small slip of paper is all that is needed.

In the past, many performers went to U. F. Grant seeking a way to use the center tear effectively. The problem which confronted most of them was how to read the written message without being detected. This problem confronts nearly everyone who wants to use the center tear. And it has been the reason many performers have avoided it.

In this eBook are revealed...

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Fake Gambling Act by Ulysses Frederick Grant

EFFECT: A ten-minute routine or act as a demonstration of how the gambler cheats. Great for close-up work or a club act. In this new act; no sleights are required. Still, you apparently deal bottoms, seconds, four aces, winning hands, etc. For example, anyone shuffles the deck, cuts it and hands it to you; still you can deal yourself 4 aces.

It's a fake, that requires no practice, but they will never know it. Demonstrate your skill without lengthy practice. Appear to be a card expert, instantly. Yes, practically every magician has wished that he could present a good gambling demonstration....

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The Farmer and the Witch Illusion by Ulysses Frederick Grant & T. A. Whitney

Here's a stage illusion that fits in a suitcase. A miracle that your audience will talk about long after the curtain drops. Two children volunteers are selected and come up to the stage. A boy is dressed in a farmer's costume with mask and a girl is dressed in a witch's costume with mask and broom. The performer tells a story of how an old witch called at the farmer's door for food and water and how the farmer turned her away. But the old witch had magical powers and changed places with the farmer, to teach him a lesson.

The magician asks the farmer to remove his mask and in place of the...

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Flash Magic by Ulysses Frederick Grant & B. W. McCarron

There are eight excellent effects in this updated ebook - plus a few variations - that you and your audiences will enjoy. Best of all, most can be made from materials found at discount and dollar stores. For example, Visible Silk Flight is a brilliant routine with a toy pop gun rifle and a colorful silk handkerchief that you can make up yourself. Just as good as a $150 dealer item. Or how about Lantern of the Air, a beautiful floating effect with a candle-lit Chinese paper lantern? You get two methods explained: one using an assistant and a second one for the one-person show. Or if it's comedy...

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Best Tricks with Invisible Thread by Ulysses Frederick Grant & T. A. Whitney

Originally this book was titled Tricks with Hair. Twenty-Six outstanding tricks, tips, and secrets that enable you to perform some of the most baffling effects in all of magic!

What is invisible thread? New chapters only in this edition reveal the secrets of invisible thread and even how to make your own. These secrets have been jealously guarded by top close-up and stage performers, as well as magic dealers ... until now.

Today, U. F. Grant is recognized as one of the most phenomenal creators of baffling mysteries. His original manuscript has been updated and packed with new information...

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
50 Crazy Card Stunts by Ulysses Frederick Grant

These are all laugh getters, great ideas for zany card effects you will use to pep up your more serious routines. Easy to do, impromptu, and very effective. Devised by U.F. Grant, an expert at this sort of thing.

1st digital edition 2015, PDF 7 pages.

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Grant's Illusion Secrets by Ulysses Frederick Grant

Chuck Smith writes: "Twenty-four illusions as mysterious to audiences today as when they were performed years ago. Most are so easy to construct and execute that a teenager could do them. I know because I, as a student in highschool, built and entertained with several of them. A couple of three fold screens and a large sheet gives you the material for several of the illusions. Recently in a magic periodical I saw an ad for an illusion that looked extremely familiar. It was selling for over $5000. It's method, I'm sure, had it's roots in Grant's Super-Fine Suspension on pages 27-28 of this book....I...

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25 One Man Mind Reading Secrets by Ulysses Frederick Grant

U. F. Grant presents several clever ideas on billet reading or how to use a svengali deck for mentalism. He also has a completely different version of "Grey Elephants in Denmark".

  • Bill Reading
  • Name Duplication
  • Impromptu Test
  • Best Digit Test
  • Cards Impossible
  • In Their Pocket
  • Up & Down Test
  • Thot of Person
  • Card Projection
  • Lites Out
  • Dunninger Type Act
  • Another Dunninger
  • Weekly Prediction
  • Committee Test
  • Thought Projector
  • Private Lives
  • Lobby Tip-Off
  • Directory Test
  • Houdini Bill Reading
  • Glass Clipboard
  • Mental Table
  • Flaming Answer
  • Fake Questions
  • Flower-Color-Animal
  • Mass Mind Reading

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
CLIP - Clever Little Ideas Presented by Ulysses Frederick Grant

U.F. Grant has collected 13 tricks involving a paper clip. Paper clips are available pretty much anywhere, are common objects and therefore make ideal magic props.

1st edition 1947; original 12 pages; PDF 9 pages.

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Tricks with a One Way Deck by Ulysses Frederick Grant

The ever creative and prolific Grant collected in this ebook 21 card tricks all based on the 'one-way' principle. Grant starts out with examples of decks which are one-way, how to setup everything, and how to handle the cards correctly.

1st edition 1935; original 23 pages; PDF 13 pages.

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Ulysses Frederick Grant
Brain Busters by Ulysses Frederick Grant

Only 4 mental effects are explained by Grant in this old manuscript but they are really strong ones.

Read carefully the effects:

  1. Watch Reading Test: Any three people take ordinary watches to a far corner and set them at any hour, minute and second desired, then seal them in small boxes. These are hung or placed anyplace and you can tell the exact hour, minute and second on each one.
  2. Card & Boards Test: Any number of sealed decks that have never been opened are given to committee. They select any deck, break seals and shuffle same and remove any ten cards and seal them nailing between...
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