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'''Shalimar'''' was a semi-professional magician specializing in novelties.
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'''Shalimar''' was a semi-professional magician specializing in novelties.
  
 
He also billed himself as  "The Baron" and was the Swedish representative to the [[International Brotherhood of Magicians]].<ref>Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, March 1931 </ref>
 
He also billed himself as  "The Baron" and was the Swedish representative to the [[International Brotherhood of Magicians]].<ref>Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, March 1931 </ref>
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== Books ==
 
== Books ==
 
* Simsalabim (1943)
 
* Simsalabim (1943)
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Revision as of 10:55, 26 January 2012

Shalimar
BornKnut Korling
May 21, 1900
Ystad, Sweden
DiedApril 20, 1988 (age 87)
NationalitySwedish

Shalimar was a semi-professional magician specializing in novelties.

He also billed himself as "The Baron" and was the Swedish representative to the International Brotherhood of Magicians.[1]

One of his routines was the Shalimar's Magic Wedding Trip[2]

Books

  • Simsalabim (1943)

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, March 1931
  2. Tricks That Mystify by Will Goldston (1934)