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'''Basch''' was a family of brothers that were all magic performers or manufacturers from Holland, later settling in Germany: <ref> [[History of Conjuring and Magic]] by Henry Ridgely Evans (1928)</ref>[[File:Basch.jpg|right]]
[[Basch]] was a family of brothers that were all magic performers or manufacturers from Holland, later settling in Germany. <ref> [[History of Conjuring and Magic]] by Henry Ridgely Evans (1928)</ref>
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* Freidrich Joseph Basch (March 24th, 1833 - March 23, 1877), commonly called Wilhelm, married a sister of magician [[Herman Mellini]]. He traveled to England, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Turkey. <ref>[[Conjurers' Monthly Magazine]], Vol. 02, No. 03 (1907)</ref>
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* [[Wilhelm Basch|Freidrich Joseph Basch]] (March 24th, 1833 - March 23, 1877), commonly called Wilhelm, married a sister of magician [[Herman Mellini]]. He traveled to England, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Turkey. <ref>[[Conjurers' Monthly Magazine]], Vol. 02, No. 03 (1907)</ref>
  
* Ernst Basch (November 21, 1838 - January 28, 1908)  performed between 1860 and 1887. He was also a manufacture out of his shop in Hamberg, Germany. Inventor of the illusions "The Aerial Bicycle Rider," "The Bridal Chamber," and the "Bewitched Table."  .
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* [[Ernst Basch]] (November 21, 1838 - January 28, 1908)  performed between 1860 and 1887. He was also a manufacture out of his shop in Hamberg, Germany. Inventor of the illusions "The Aerial Bicycle Rider," "The Bridal Chamber," and the "Bewitched Table."  .
  
* Heinrich Basch (October 10, 1841 - June 1, 1876), also known as Henry, toured with a [[Phantasmagoria]] show, and later built magical props.
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* [[Heinrich Basch]] (October 10, 1841 - June 1, 1876), also known as Henry, toured with a [[Phantasmagoria]] show, and later built magical props.
  
* Jacob Basch (October 15, 1858 - ? ) retired from magic to Antwerp to engage in the jewelry trade.   
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* [[Jacob Basch]] (October 15, 1858 - ? ) retired from magic to Antwerp to engage in the jewelry trade.   
  
  

Revision as of 14:56, 1 March 2012

Basch was a family of brothers that were all magic performers or manufacturers from Holland, later settling in Germany: [1]
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  • Freidrich Joseph Basch (March 24th, 1833 - March 23, 1877), commonly called Wilhelm, married a sister of magician Herman Mellini. He traveled to England, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Turkey. [2]
  • Ernst Basch (November 21, 1838 - January 28, 1908) performed between 1860 and 1887. He was also a manufacture out of his shop in Hamberg, Germany. Inventor of the illusions "The Aerial Bicycle Rider," "The Bridal Chamber," and the "Bewitched Table." .
  • Jacob Basch (October 15, 1858 - ? ) retired from magic to Antwerp to engage in the jewelry trade.


References

  1. History of Conjuring and Magic by Henry Ridgely Evans (1928)
  2. Conjurers' Monthly Magazine, Vol. 02, No. 03 (1907)
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