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[[Eddie Joseph]] (December 3, 1899 - June 1, 1974) performed under the name Eddie Jason and lived most of his life in India. Later moved to England, working for Max Andrews.
 
[[Eddie Joseph]] (December 3, 1899 - June 1, 1974) performed under the name Eddie Jason and lived most of his life in India. Later moved to England, working for Max Andrews.
  
It's been said that he tried to invent one new trick every day. He wrote over 70 books and pamphlets and contributed many articles to [[Genii]] and [[The New Tops]].
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It's been said that he tried to invent one new trick every day. He wrote over 70 books and pamphlets and contributed many articles to [[Genii]] and The [[New Tops]].
  
 
The [[IBM]] Ring in  Bombay, India is known as the Eddie Joseph Ring.
 
The [[IBM]] Ring in  Bombay, India is known as the Eddie Joseph Ring.

Revision as of 16:27, 22 June 2008

Eddie Joseph (December 3, 1899 - June 1, 1974) performed under the name Eddie Jason and lived most of his life in India. Later moved to England, working for Max Andrews.

It's been said that he tried to invent one new trick every day. He wrote over 70 books and pamphlets and contributed many articles to Genii and The New Tops.

The IBM Ring in Bombay, India is known as the Eddie Joseph Ring.

Books

  • How to Pick Pockets (1940)
  • Magic and Mysteries of India (1941)
  • Last Word On the Cups and Balls (1942)
  • Coin and Money Magic (1942)
  • The Art of Body Loading and Productions (1950)
  • Card Bonanza (1950)
  • Dumbfounders with Cards (1950)
  • The Hindu Cups (1956)
  • The Manual of the 3 Shell Game (1959)
  • The Art of Eddie Joseph (1969)
  • Eddie Joseph on Cups and Balls (1984)