Category:Close Up Magic

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Close-up magic is a recent type of magic performance, not officially named until the 1920s. Prior to then it was sometimes called "Close-Quarters Magic."
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[[Close Up Magic | Close-Up Magic]] is performed with the audience close to the magician, sometimes even one-on-one. It usually makes use of everyday items as props, such as cards and coins and seemingly 'impromptu' effects. It has also been known as "Close-Quarters Magic", "Table Magic", and "Pocket Magic".
  
Close-up magic was simply not generally done early on. The earliest examples would be street magic during the middle ages, then later parlor or salon magic.
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Close-Up Magic is performed with the audience close to the magician, sometimes even one-on-one. It usually makes use of everyday items as props, such as cards and coins and seemingly 'impromptu' effects. It has also been known as "Close-Quarters Magic", "Table Magic", and "Pocket Magic".

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