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A precursor to his more comprehensive work, [[The Illustrated History of Magic]].
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Reviewed in [[Genii 1962 November]]
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Later retitled as "[[Magic: A Picture History]]" in 1991. 
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A precursor to his more comprehensive work, [[The Illustrated History of Magic]] (1997).
  
 
There were as many as seven printings, each with a revised cover reflecting developements in the career of Chirstopher, including a Japanese and United Kingdom editions.  
 
There were as many as seven printings, each with a revised cover reflecting developements in the career of Chirstopher, including a Japanese and United Kingdom editions.  

Revision as of 04:30, 30 March 2011

295 illustrations including 8 pages in full color on the history of magic.

Panorama of Magic
AuthorMilbourne Christopher
PublisherDover Publications
Publication Date1962
LanguageEnglish
Pages216
 

Reviewed in Genii 1962 November

Later retitled as "Magic: A Picture History" in 1991.

A precursor to his more comprehensive work, The Illustrated History of Magic (1997).

There were as many as seven printings, each with a revised cover reflecting developements in the career of Chirstopher, including a Japanese and United Kingdom editions.

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