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[[Peek Deck]] is a type of [[Mechanical Deck]] as well as the name of a specific deck from [[Dr. Franklin V. Taylor]] marketed in the early 1940s. <ref>Advertisement in The [[Linking Ring]], Vol. 22, no. 11, January 1943.</ref>
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'''Peek Deck''' is a type of [[Mechanical Deck]] as well as the name of a specific deck from [[Dr. Franklin V. Taylor]] marketed in the early 1940s.<ref>Advertisement in The [[Linking Ring]], Vol. 22, no. 11, January 1943.</ref>
  
 
With this deck, a magician can instantly know the card when a spectator merely peeks at it from the pack.
 
With this deck, a magician can instantly know the card when a spectator merely peeks at it from the pack.
  
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It was first published in [[The Phoenix]] magazine in 1942 and later in [[Bruce Elliott]]'s book [[Magic as a Hobby]] (1948).
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[[Category:Mechanical Decks]]

Latest revision as of 17:09, 15 November 2012

Peek Deck is a type of Mechanical Deck as well as the name of a specific deck from Dr. Franklin V. Taylor marketed in the early 1940s.[1]

With this deck, a magician can instantly know the card when a spectator merely peeks at it from the pack.


It was first published in The Phoenix magazine in 1942 and later in Bruce Elliott's book Magic as a Hobby (1948).


References

  1. Advertisement in The Linking Ring, Vol. 22, no. 11, January 1943.