Edward G. Brown

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Edward G. Brown
BornEdward George Brown
1893
England
DiedNovember 1, 1947
London, England
Resting placeCity of London Cemetery, Wanstead

Edward G. Brown (1893-1947) was an English magician who has been written about twice: The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown by Trevor Hall (1973) and Edward G. Brown; A Magical Life by Paul Gordon (2005).[1] [2]

Biography

Brown's magic inspired all sorts of magicians from Dai Vernon[3] to Larry Jennings.[4] Alex Elmsley was another to be inspired by Brown's work as has been Paul Gordon.

See Impossible from Apocalypse, Vol. 18, No. 9, sept. 1995, page 2550 by Tom Daugherty and compare with Brown's 1945 trick, The Three Pile Trick.

References

  1. Genii, Vol. 68, No. 6, June 2005, Edward George Brown – A Magical Life by Paul Gordon, page 98
  2. The Linking Ring, Vol. 86, No. 2, February 2006, Edward George Brown A Magical Life, page 120
  3. The Chronicles
  4. Tom Ransom's Brown Study in Ibidem No. 5, april 1956, page 83.
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