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The [[Blueprint]] was a [[magic periodical]] from Australia put out by [[Barry Govan]] and [[Ian Baxter]]  "to satisfy the appetite of the Close-Up Magician", starting in July, 1974.
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'''The  Blueprint''' was a [[magic periodical]] from Australia put out by [[Barry Govan]] and [[Ian Baxter]]  "to satisfy the appetite of the Close-Up Magician", starting in July, 1974.
  
 
Govan and Baxter handed over editorship to Murray Cooper and Gerry McCreanor with issue Vol 5, No. 6 (Dec, 1978).
 
Govan and Baxter handed over editorship to Murray Cooper and Gerry McCreanor with issue Vol 5, No. 6 (Dec, 1978).
  
The magazine was printed on blue paper with black (except for the xerox copy issue the editors did as a gag for Vol. 4, No. 3). At first THE BLUEPRINT was run off on a duplicating machine, and it wasn't until five years later that the monthly sheet was printed offset.
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The magazine was printed on blue paper with black (except for the xerox copy issue the editors did as a gag for Vol. 4, No. 3). At first, the magazine was run off on a duplicating machine, and it wasn't until five years later that the monthly sheet was printed offset.
  
 
Issues included Vol. 1 No. 1 to at least Vol 7, No 10 (April 1981).
 
Issues included Vol. 1 No. 1 to at least Vol 7, No 10 (April 1981).
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* AUSTRALIA A Celebration of Magic "Down Under" A Special GENII Issue - Edited by [[Tom Ogden]], [[Genii 1989 March ]], vol. 52, no. 9, page 548.
 
* AUSTRALIA A Celebration of Magic "Down Under" A Special GENII Issue - Edited by [[Tom Ogden]], [[Genii 1989 March ]], vol. 52, no. 9, page 548.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:50, 6 November 2010

Blueprint
Blueprint.jpg
Frequencymonthly
PublisherBarry Govan and Ian Baxter
First issueJuly, 1974
Final issueApril, 1981?
CountryAustralia

The Blueprint was a magic periodical from Australia put out by Barry Govan and Ian Baxter "to satisfy the appetite of the Close-Up Magician", starting in July, 1974.

Govan and Baxter handed over editorship to Murray Cooper and Gerry McCreanor with issue Vol 5, No. 6 (Dec, 1978).

The magazine was printed on blue paper with black (except for the xerox copy issue the editors did as a gag for Vol. 4, No. 3). At first, the magazine was run off on a duplicating machine, and it wasn't until five years later that the monthly sheet was printed offset.

Issues included Vol. 1 No. 1 to at least Vol 7, No 10 (April 1981).

Some volumes had been reprinted.

References

  • AUSTRALIA A Celebration of Magic "Down Under" A Special GENII Issue - Edited by Tom Ogden, Genii 1989 March , vol. 52, no. 9, page 548.
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