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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.<ref>My Best by Thompson, Jr., J.G. (1945)</ref>
'''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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He contributed the chapter on Magic Squares to Hilliard's [[Greater Magic]] and introduced the term "Mathemagic".
 
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.]].
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Heath served as National Treasurer of the [[S.A.M.]].<ref>Broken Wand, Linking Ring, August 1960</ref>
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* [[Mathemagic]] (1933)
 
* [[Mathemagic]] (1933)
  
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Royal Vale Heath
BornJanuary 6, 1883
DiedJuly 25, 1960 (age 77)
CategoriesBooks by Royal Vale Heath

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.[1]

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

Heath served as National Treasurer of the S.A.M..[2]


Marketed Tricks

Books

References

  1. My Best by Thompson, Jr., J.G. (1945)
  2. Broken Wand, Linking Ring, August 1960



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