Wizard (Selbit)

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'''Wizard''' was a [[Magic Periodical]] by [[P. T. Selbit]] from London that ran from September 1905 until August 1910. [[Image:Wizard Selbit.jpg|thumb|right]]
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'''The Wizard''', ''An Illustrated Monthly Journal For Conjurers, Concert Artistes, and all Entertainers'' was a [[Magic Periodical]] by [[P. T. Selbit]] from London that ran from September 1905 until August 1910.  
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On May, 1906 issues, it stated it was the Official Organ of the The [[Magic Circle]].
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When Selbit's professional career started taking too much of his time, he handed the magazine over to [[George Munro]] who renamed it The [[Magic Wand]].
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In April, 1947, George Armstrong resumed publication of the [[Wizard]].<ref>New Phoenix, page 81.</ref>
  
 
== Issues ==
 
== Issues ==
Five volumes.
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Five volumes, 60 issues.
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== References ==
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<references />
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[[Category:Periodicals]]
 
[[Category:Periodicals]]

Revision as of 14:33, 11 December 2011

Wizard (Selbit)
Wizard Selbit.jpg
EditorsP. T. Selbit
FrequencyMonthly
First issueSeptember 1905
Final issueAugust 1910
Total issues60

The Wizard, An Illustrated Monthly Journal For Conjurers, Concert Artistes, and all Entertainers was a Magic Periodical by P. T. Selbit from London that ran from September 1905 until August 1910.

On May, 1906 issues, it stated it was the Official Organ of the The Magic Circle.

When Selbit's professional career started taking too much of his time, he handed the magazine over to George Munro who renamed it The Magic Wand.

In April, 1947, George Armstrong resumed publication of the Wizard.[1]

Issues

Five volumes, 60 issues.

References

  1. New Phoenix, page 81.
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