David Tobias Bamberg

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'''David Tobias Bamberg''' (1843-1914) was the father of [[Okito]], a magician  in the [[Bamberg]] Dynasty.
 
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[[David Tobias Bamberg]] (1843 - 1914) was the father of [[Okito]], a magician  in the [[Bamberg]] Dynasty.
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David Tobias had six sons. Three of them are magicians. Emile, who specializes in sleight of hand work for social parties; Edward, who presented various magical novelties in America, and Theo who took on the stage name [[Okito]].  
 
David Tobias had six sons. Three of them are magicians. Emile, who specializes in sleight of hand work for social parties; Edward, who presented various magical novelties in America, and Theo who took on the stage name [[Okito]].  
  
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Revision as of 19:52, 23 September 2012

David Tobias Bamberg
Born1843
Died1914

David Tobias Bamberg (1843-1914) was the father of Okito, a magician in the Bamberg Dynasty.

David Tobias had six sons. Three of them are magicians. Emile, who specializes in sleight of hand work for social parties; Edward, who presented various magical novelties in America, and Theo who took on the stage name Okito.

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