Conjuring Tricks (page 1/3)


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[picture: Front Cover]

Title: Conjuring Tricks

Author: Anonymous

Total items: 12

out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

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[picture: Inside cover]

Inside cover

Victorian paper, now rather brittle. [$]

[picture: Page 7: The Mysterious Coins.]

Page 7: The Mysterious Coins.

Presumably these were coins that were silver on one side and gold on the other; I don’t think I ever saw them. Or maybe they were cardboard discs. [more...] [$]

[picture: Inside back cover]

Inside back cover

Blank Victorian paper. [$]

[picture: Page 2: The Marvelous Pedestal and The Wonderful Egg Trick.]

Page 2: The Marvelous Pedestal and The Wonderful Egg Trick.

The wonderful egg coud be opened in two places; the “egg” was of wood, and hollow, so that you could open the container below it. [$]

[picture: Page 4: The Bead Trick and The Magic Seed Barrel.]

Page 4: The Bead Trick and The Magic Seed Barrel.

I have no clue what the bead trick was. The seed barrel was another one ofthese hidden compartment tricks. [$]


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Conjuring Tricks, author and exact date unknown. I was seven years old when we moved house, into an old and crumbling vicarage, and I found a set of magic tricks in a box in the attic. Most of the tricks are long-since lost or broken, since I was only a small boy at the time, but I still have the instruction book. I have scanned every page.


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