Magic for Everyone 1920
The author takes the reader into the very heart of the mystery of magic, to explain exactly how the important and really effective tricks are performed. It contains more than just the workings of a few parlor tricks and the hopeful magician-to-be will be possessed with a wealth of secrets which will enable him to give an entertainment as good as many that are seen on the public stage. Contents: introductory remarks; card tricks; coin tricks; tricks with handkerchiefs; tricks with eggs; pieces of apparatus of general utility; miscellaneous tricks.
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