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John Rikil

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John Rikil
BornEngland

NationalityEnglish
Flourished1413-1422

John Rikil was a famous street buskers during Henry V's reign.[1]

His name and fame was preserved on the cloister walls of St. Paul's Church in London with a set of verses by John Lydgatc.[2]

He was inducted into the Society of American Magicians Hall of Fame and Magic Museum.

References

  1. Conjuring by James Randi (1992)
  2. The Annals of Conjuring by Sidney W. Clarke (2001)