23 MAGICIAN & ILLUSIONIST BOOKLETS, PAMPHLETS and CATALOGS - A Magical Collection
TWENTY-THREE BOOKS, BOOKLETS & PAMPHLETS by VARIOUS MAGICIANS. Most are bound with staples or plastic spirals, many are self published on copy machines and the like.
THE NIXON MANUSCRIPT IN BOOK FORM - A Collection of Magic Illusions by William J. "Doc" Nixon. 80 pages. 1987.
R.C. Buff's KNOT ON THE SQUARE - NEW MAGIC WITH ROPES with 100 Illustrations. 21 pages. 1987.
THE ILLUSTRATED MENTALIST, by S. D. Threadgill. 34 pages. 1976.
THE SMAGORAD, by Denny Laub & Gary Inglese.44 pages. 1983.
THE PSYCHIC ENCOUNTER - A meeting of the minds. A rendezvous where the unknown becomes known, by Ray Piatt. 24 pages. 1980.
THE NEW TOPS MAGAZINE. (A magazine about Magic and Magicians). 43 pages. 1988.
Peter Warlock's NEW PENTAGRAM. Two separate pamphlets, August 1985 and October 4 pages each. 1985.
LECTURE NOTES - From a Lecture-Demonstration, by Ron Wilson. 12 pages. 1978.
CREATIVE MAGIC by Harry G. Franke. First Presented at IBM Ring 6. 8 pages. 1970.
WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS? or IMPROV MAGIC, by Kirk Charles.15 pages. 1977.
PROMOTION IN MOTION - A Handbook of Promotional Resources for the WORKING MAGICIAN, by Hal Diamond. 70 pages. 1980.
THE HOFNER QUINTET, by John Hofner. A Supreme Magic Publication. 24 pages. 1980.
THE MULTIMIX PRINCIPLE, by Mark Weston. 12 pages. 1979.
A LIFETIME OF JOY, by Ken Brooke. - A collection of tricks...that I have used professionally for over 40 years. 16 pages. 1982.
MEMORY OF THE MIND - An Innovation in Mentalism, by Eddie Joseph. 23 pages. Circa 1980.
CABARET CARD DIVINATION, by Billy McComb and Ken de Courcy. 8 pages. 1978.
ILLUSION SHOW KNOW HOW, by Ken Griffin and Roberta.104 pages. 1972.
TABLE BOOK II - NO DRAPES! By Gene Glove. 34 pages. 1981.
THREE MIRACLE ROUTINES, by Richard Osterlind. 40 pages. 1986.
THE SILVER PASSAGE - Acclaimed Throughout The World As A Breakthrough In Coins Through The Table, featuring Gary Ouellet and Haruhito Hirata. Masters of Magic Vol. I No. 3. 25 pages. 1979.
THE GREAT BLACKSTONE - World's Greatest Magician and His Show Of 1001 Wonders, by Neil Foster. Approx. 50 pages. 1970.
BUSBY - CORN, INC. 1980 General Catalog. Busby-Corn was an Oakland then San Francisco seller of books on Magic and Magicians. Approx. 50 pages. 1980.
THE FOURTH EVENING AT THE MAGIC CIRCLE and THE SIXTH EVENING AT THE MAGIC CIRCLE, both by Arthur J. Emerson Jr. Two items, approximately 20 pages each, circa 1980.
The items are in generally GOOD condition, some a bit less so, some a bit more so, all show signs of various use but remain complete, clear, clean and unmarked.
A MAGICAL COLLECTION for that Magician in your Life or Soul!
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