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After-Dinner Sleights and Pocket Tricks

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After-Dinner Sleights and Pocket Tricks
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AuthorC. Lang Neil
PublisherC. Arthur Pearson Ltd.
Publication Date1904
LanguageEnglish
Pages119
 

After-Dinner Sleights and Pocket Tricks was an inexpensive magic book of a series which became known as Yellow Perils.

Explaining and illustrating tricks by T. Nelson Downs, H. De Manche, Charles Bertram, George Stillwell, John Hamley, Charles Oswald Williams, and Mademoiselle Patrice. Illustrated with B&W photos and diagrams.

Editions

  • First edition 1904
  • Second edition 1906
  • Third edition 1910
  • Fourth edition 1914
  • Reprint 1919
  • Fifth edition 1921

Contents

  • Table of Contents
  • 7 Principles of Natural Magic
  • 10 Manner and Gesture
  • 12 The Conjurer's Clothes
  • 14 The Wand
  • 15 The Table
  • 17 To Palm a Coin
  • 19 Back and Front Palm
  • 27 To Change a Coin
  • 30 Coin and Glass Trick
  • 31 Coin Wrapped in Paper Disappears
  • 35 To Pass Ten Coins From Left into Glass Held in Right Hand
  • 40 The Aerial Mint
  • 44 Production of Handkerchiefs
  • 48 To Produce Real Hen's Eggs
  • 52 Handkerchiefs and Soup Plate
  • 57 Torn and Restored Paper
  • 58 Mysteriously Joined Handkerchiefs
  • 65 The Changing Handkerchiefs
  • 69 Ring Passed On to Stick
  • 71 Tambourine Trick
  • 75 Cups and Balls
  • 84 Billiard Ball Trick
  • 91 Subtle Vanish of Two Billiard Balls

References


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