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[[Gypsy Trader]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] out of Aguanga, California for collectors that described itself as The only Newspaper in the Magic Industry.
  
It started in 1993 and the initial issue featured an article on the death of Richard Potter, a review of the Spellbound show at Harrah's in Las Vegas, and an article on "Today's Golden Age of Magic."
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It started in 1993 with an initial issue featuring an article on the death of Richard Potter, a review of the Spellbound show at Harrah's in Las Vegas, and an article on "Today's Golden Age of Magic."
 
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Ads for Volume 3 can be seen in the October 1997 Linking Ring.
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Ads for Volume 3 can be seen in the October 1997 [[Linking Ring]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:23, 29 July 2011

Gypsy Trader
GypsyTrader.jpg
First issue1993
Final issue?
Gypsy Trader was a Magic Periodical out of Aguanga, California for collectors that described itself as The only Newspaper in the Magic Industry.

It started in 1993 with an initial issue featuring an article on the death of Richard Potter, a review of the Spellbound show at Harrah's in Las Vegas, and an article on "Today's Golden Age of Magic."

Ads for Volume 3 can be seen in the October 1997 Linking Ring.