Billet Switch

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== Publications ==
 
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* ''Out to Switch a Question'' in [[Behind the Scenes with the Mediums]] by [[David Abbott]] (1907)
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* ''Out to Switch a Question'' page 167 in [[Behind the Scenes with the Mediums]] by [[David Abbott]] (1907)
 
* Numerous in [[Thirteen Steps to Mentalism]], series 4 (1958) and series 6 (1959).
 
* Numerous in [[Thirteen Steps to Mentalism]], series 4 (1958) and series 6 (1959).
 
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[[Category:Mentalism]]
 
* Switchcraft - The Billet Work of Elliott J. Bresler, © 2006 by Elliott J. Bresler (First electronic edition:  November 2006).
 
* Switchcraft - The Billet Work of Elliott J. Bresler, © 2006 by Elliott J. Bresler (First electronic edition:  November 2006).

Latest revision as of 05:53, 6 September 2009

Billet Switch is a sleight that exchanges a Billet (a small piece of folded paper) for another one. See also Center Tear.

It was most likely created by mediums in the late 1800s. The term itself appeared in The Magic Wand, vol. 10, no. 10, may 1921, page 17 (A Device for Billet Switching') and was being widely used by magicians by at least 1930.

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