G. W. Hunter

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[[G. W. Hunter]] (May 16, 1850 - May 17, 1936), born George Walter Hunter, was a British comedian/singer also noted for his close-up magic and inventions. He was known the "Father of Pocket Tricks".  He came to the United States when he was 21, moving back to England in 1880.
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'''G. W. Hunter''' (May 16, 1850 - May 17, 1936), born George Walter Hunter, was a British comedian/singer also noted for his close-up magic and inventions. He was known the "Father of Pocket Tricks".  He came to the United States when he was 21, moving back to England in 1880.
 
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Hunter's wife, [[Aimee Desiree]] (also known as Mystia) was a professional conjurer in the 1890s.
 
Hunter's wife, [[Aimee Desiree]] (also known as Mystia) was a professional conjurer in the 1890s.
  
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== Books ==
 
== Books ==
 
"Mystia" or "The World or Magic", which was written in the 1890s, is to be included in "The Davenport Story" Volume Two, The Lost Legends (2010).
 
"Mystia" or "The World or Magic", which was written in the 1890s, is to be included in "The Davenport Story" Volume Two, The Lost Legends (2010).
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Revision as of 11:26, 10 March 2012

G. W. Hunter (May 16, 1850 - May 17, 1936), born George Walter Hunter, was a British comedian/singer also noted for his close-up magic and inventions. He was known the "Father of Pocket Tricks". He came to the United States when he was 21, moving back to England in 1880.

G. W. Hunter
BornGeorge Walter Hunter
May 16, 1850
England
DiedMay 17, 1936 (age 86)

Hunter's wife, Aimee Desiree (also known as Mystia) was a professional conjurer in the 1890s.

He created the Hunter Knot, Acrobatic Matchbox, Dual Control gimmick, the Red Snapper, G.W. Hunter False Shuffle and a Cigar production repeatedly from the hands.

Hunter contributed to most of the magic magazine of his time and Will Goldston published many of Hunter's ideas in his books.

Books

"Mystia" or "The World or Magic", which was written in the 1890s, is to be included in "The Davenport Story" Volume Two, The Lost Legends (2010).

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