The Juggler's Oracle, or, the Whole Art of Legerdemain Laid Open was apparently written by Herman Boaz in 1826.
This book has always been ascribed to Herman Boaz. In reality, quite surely his name was only used to increase the sales of the book. A scarce book, it consisted of "Tricks and Experiments with Cards, Cups and Balls, Conveyance of Money and Rings, Boxes, Fire, Strings and Knots; with many Curious Experiments by Optical Illusion, Chymical Changes, and Magical Cards"
- Bibliography of English Conjuring 1581-1876
- HERMAN BOAZ OUT-CONJURED IN GLASGOW By EDWIN A. DAWES in Magic Circular August 1994; reprinted in Complete Rich Cabinet of Magical Curiosities (2005)
Pietro Micheli, "They lived by tricks - Palatino, Palatine, Breslaw, Boaz and others", published by the author, Italy, 2012.
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