Bob Driebeek

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'''Bob Driebeek''' (1922-2002) was a semi-professional magician and employee of a major freight shipping and forwarding company in Rotterdam.  
 
'''Bob Driebeek''' (1922-2002) was a semi-professional magician and employee of a major freight shipping and forwarding company in Rotterdam.  
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He was a friend to many European magicians, including [[Fred Kaps]] and was a contributor to [[Abracadabra]] and [[The Gen]].
  
 
Driebeek was a 1953 winner of the Dutch Grand Prix and noted for "Tosheroon", the "Driebeek Die" and the "Necktie Servante".  
 
Driebeek was a 1953 winner of the Dutch Grand Prix and noted for "Tosheroon", the "Driebeek Die" and the "Necktie Servante".  
 
He was a friend to many European magicians, including [[Fred Kaps]].
 
 
He was a contributor to [[Abracadabra]] and [[The Gen]].
 
  
 
He lived some years in Wuppertal, Germany and was honorary member of Magischen Zirkels Wuppertal.
 
He lived some years in Wuppertal, Germany and was honorary member of Magischen Zirkels Wuppertal.

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Bob (Aenigma) Driebeek
BornRobert Alfred Maria Driebeek
February 8, 1922
Rotterdam, Netherlands
DiedAugust 7, 2002 (age 80)
Emmeloord, Netherlands
NationalityDutch

Bob Driebeek (1922-2002) was a semi-professional magician and employee of a major freight shipping and forwarding company in Rotterdam.

He was a friend to many European magicians, including Fred Kaps and was a contributor to Abracadabra and The Gen.

Driebeek was a 1953 winner of the Dutch Grand Prix and noted for "Tosheroon", the "Driebeek Die" and the "Necktie Servante".

He lived some years in Wuppertal, Germany and was honorary member of Magischen Zirkels Wuppertal.

Books

  • Aenigmas Rätsel (1996)

References

  • Wittus Witts magischewelt, Vol. 51, No. 5, October 2002, Bob Driebeek verstorben, page 626
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 82, No. 10, October 2002, Broken Wand, ROBERT A.M. DRIEBEEK, page 128
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 82, No. 11. November 2002, Bob (Robert Alfred Marie) Driebeek, a.k.a. "Aenigma", died at 80, by Flip Hallema, page 61
  • http://www.mz-wtal.de/historisch.htm, Historischer Rückblick zu unserem 40. Geburtstag im Jahr 1998


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