Hugards Annuals Of Magic (1937-1939)
Here are Jean Hugard's recordings of magic from 1937-39, from illusions to close-up: tricks with coins, cards, silks, cigarettes, cigars, billiard balls, matches, newspapers, thimbles, paper, the Egg Bag and Linking Rings. Hugard clearly explains tricks such as Paul Curry's "Touch",...
Well, here we all are again, chaps and chapesses! Just when you thought it was safe to sneak back into your local magic emporium, another Lovell tome appears to shake the shelves and throw a bit of dust around! Within the pages here, you'll find some more thoughts on the performance of magic along with forty routines, bits and more....
After many years, and by popular demand, Kaufman and Company has reprinted the most highly-desired book: "Five Times Five: Japan." Contains fabulous and unique close-up magic for which Japanese magicians are know around the world. Republished in hardcover, with dustjackets, on acid-free paper.
Nearly 20 years in the making!
The reviewer for Genii gave the book the best review and highly recommends the book!
Here are just a few of the comments from those who have written lengthy tributes to Fred and his contribution to magic.
Two volumes of fine material from the master, Slydini. One volume contains all the text, the other contains all the photos. Includes cigarettes; coins; cards; paper balls over the head; and much more.
A beautiful hardbound set.
Here are 97 foolproof tricks with everyday objects that are easy and fun to perform. Karl Fulves, one of the most famous modern magic writers has described effects in: Money, ESP, Hanky Panky, Close-up, Linking Pins, Magic Show In A Matchbox and more! This is a great introduction to magic. 122 pages.