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Edward Bagshawe (1902 - 1940) was a professional dealer during the 1920s in London, England.
 
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He invented the [[Optica Deck]]. He is also being credited with the paper modification of the [[Out-to-Lunch]] principle used with "The Recurring Name" contained in [[Twenty Magical Novelties]] (1930) but Max Maven has found early sources. To wit (as write Sir Jon): "However, in 1994 I tracked down the existence of a prior source, Tom Bowyer's "A Message From Nowhere" in the April 1928 Linking Ring. And, in 1995, I found yet an earlier credit: William Larsen Sr., "Finger Prints" in the July 1923 Sphinx." (Reprint from The Collected Wisdom of Magic Talk)
 
He invented the [[Optica Deck]]. He is also being credited with the paper modification of the [[Out-to-Lunch]] principle used with "The Recurring Name" contained in [[Twenty Magical Novelties]] (1930) but Max Maven has found early sources. To wit (as write Sir Jon): "However, in 1994 I tracked down the existence of a prior source, Tom Bowyer's "A Message From Nowhere" in the April 1928 Linking Ring. And, in 1995, I found yet an earlier credit: William Larsen Sr., "Finger Prints" in the July 1923 Sphinx." (Reprint from The Collected Wisdom of Magic Talk)
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Revision as of 04:12, 4 October 2010

Edward Bagshawe (1902 - 1940) was a professional dealer during the 1920s in London, England.

Edward Bagshawe
Born1902
England
Died1940
CategoriesBooks by Edward Bagshawe

He invented the Optica Deck. He is also being credited with the paper modification of the Out-to-Lunch principle used with "The Recurring Name" contained in Twenty Magical Novelties (1930) but Max Maven has found early sources. To wit (as write Sir Jon): "However, in 1994 I tracked down the existence of a prior source, Tom Bowyer's "A Message From Nowhere" in the April 1928 Linking Ring. And, in 1995, I found yet an earlier credit: William Larsen Sr., "Finger Prints" in the July 1923 Sphinx." (Reprint from The Collected Wisdom of Magic Talk)

Bagshawe edited the magic magazine Magical Monthly from 1923 - 1926.

After his suicide his business was absorbed by Davenport's.

Books

  • Exclusive Problems in Magic (1924)
  • More Magical Mysteries (1925)
  • Novel Mysteries - PART ONE - ORIGINAL SILK EFFECTS (1927)
  • Novel Mysteries - PART TWO - ORIGINAL CARD EFFECTS (1927)
  • The Le Walke Mysteries (1927)
  • Twenty Magical Novelties (1930)
  • E.D. Proudlock's Routine with Thimbles (1933)
  • Edward Proudlock's Version of the Sympathetic Silks (1936)
  • Proudlock's Egg Bag and Four Ace Presentations (1938)