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[[Impromptu Trixter]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] by Prof. E. Walsh that was intended to be a published quarterly by the J. Harvey Arnold of the Arnold Magic Co. from New Jersey. However, only one issue was ever done, which was dated June 1915.
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'''Impromptu Trixter''' was a [[Magic Periodical]] by Prof. E. Walsh that was intended to be a published quarterly by the J. Harvey Arnold of the Arnold Magic Co. from New Jersey. However, only one issue was ever done, which was dated June 1915.
  
The issue was 12 pages long and there were four tricks in the issue.  
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The issue was 12 pages long and there were four tricks in the issue.<ref>New Phoenix, page 69</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
* New Phoenix, page 69
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[[Category:Periodicals]]

Revision as of 08:53, 3 August 2011

Impromptu Trixter
ImpromptuTrixterV1N1.jpg
First and only issue
EditorsProf. E. Walsh
PublisherJ. Harvey Arnold
First issueJune 1915
Final issueJune 1915

Impromptu Trixter was a Magic Periodical by Prof. E. Walsh that was intended to be a published quarterly by the J. Harvey Arnold of the Arnold Magic Co. from New Jersey. However, only one issue was ever done, which was dated June 1915.

The issue was 12 pages long and there were four tricks in the issue.[1]

References

  1. New Phoenix, page 69