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'''Royal Vale Heath''' was a New York City broker, American Magician and puzzle enthusiast.  Tricks with serial numbers, [[Magic Square]]s and dice were his specialty.
 
'''Royal Vale Heath''' was a New York City broker, American Magician and puzzle enthusiast.  Tricks with serial numbers, [[Magic Square]]s and dice were his specialty.
  
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Heath was a Past National Treasurer of the [[S.A.M.]].
 
Heath was a Past National Treasurer of the [[S.A.M.]].
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==Marketed Tricks==
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*Die-Cyphering (1927)
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* Murder by magic: A mystery in miniature with [[Gerald Kaufman]] (1933) ''which was a [[Forcing Book]]''
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*Tapp-It (1936)
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== Books ==
 
== Books ==
 
* [[Mathemagic]] (1933)
 
* [[Mathemagic]] (1933)
* Murder by magic: A mystery in miniature with [[Gerald Kaufman]] (1933) ''which was a [[Forcing Book]]''
 
  
 
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Revision as of 05:36, 16 October 2011

Royal Vale Heath
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Royal Vale Heath was a New York City broker, American Magician and puzzle enthusiast. Tricks with serial numbers, Magic Squares and dice were his specialty.

He contributed the chapter on Magic Squares to Hilliard's Greater Magic and introduced the term "Mathemagic".

Heath was a Past National Treasurer of the S.A.M..

Marketed Tricks

Books