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The Magic Wand was a actually continuation of [[P. T. Selbit]]'s magazine [[Wizard (Selbit)|The Wizard]], which was renamed when it was handed over to [[George Munro]].  
 
The Magic Wand was a actually continuation of [[P. T. Selbit]]'s magazine [[Wizard (Selbit)|The Wizard]], which was renamed when it was handed over to [[George Munro]].  
  
In 1921, after George Johnson had taken over, he changed the publishing schedule from monthly to quarterly.
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It started out as a monthly, suspended for a time during World War I, was transformed into a quarterly in 1921 after George Johnson had taken over, and finally became an undated "four-part book" until the last issue which bore the number 256.
  
 
[[Professor Hoffmann]] made regular contributions and The [[Annals of Conjuring]] by [[Sydney W. Clarke]] was first serialized here.
 
[[Professor Hoffmann]] made regular contributions and The [[Annals of Conjuring]] by [[Sydney W. Clarke]] was first serialized here.

Revision as of 18:30, 2 February 2009

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The Magic Wand was a British Magic Periodical that ran for 47 years from Vol. 1, N° 1 (September 1910) to Vol. 46, N° 256 (December 1957). It was equivalent to the US published Sphinx in terms of influence, longevity and timeframe.

The Magic Wand was a actually continuation of P. T. Selbit's magazine The Wizard, which was renamed when it was handed over to George Munro.

It started out as a monthly, suspended for a time during World War I, was transformed into a quarterly in 1921 after George Johnson had taken over, and finally became an undated "four-part book" until the last issue which bore the number 256.

Professor Hoffmann made regular contributions and The Annals of Conjuring by Sydney W. Clarke was first serialized here.

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