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[[Magigram]] was a [[Magic Periodical]]  for the [[Supreme Magic Co.]] edited by [[Ken de Courcy]] from September 1966 to February 1995.  
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'''Magigram''' was a [[Magic Periodical]]  for the [[Supreme Magic Co.]] edited by [[Ken de Courcy]] from September 1966 to February 1995.  
  
 
It initially started out as a bimonthly then later changed to monthly. [[Billy McComb]] had a regular column and  it grew to be a very popular UK magic magazine.
 
It initially started out as a bimonthly then later changed to monthly. [[Billy McComb]] had a regular column and  it grew to be a very popular UK magic magazine.

Latest revision as of 22:24, 11 February 2012

Magigram
MagigramSeptember1971.jpg
EditorsKen de Courcy
PublisherSupreme Magic Co.
First issueSeptember 1966
Final issueFebruary 1995
Total issues306

Magigram was a Magic Periodical for the Supreme Magic Co. edited by Ken de Courcy from September 1966 to February 1995.

It initially started out as a bimonthly then later changed to monthly. Billy McComb had a regular column and it grew to be a very popular UK magic magazine.

A complete file consists of 306 issues: Vol. 1 No. 1 (Sept/Oct 1966) to Vol. 27 No. 6 (Feb 1995).


Note: A less successful magazine of the same name from the UK is reported in "Success Book Volume Two" by Frances and Jay Marshall (1974) which only published one issues in the 1960s by Ray Johnson.