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The [[Bat]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] from [[Lloyd Jones]] that ran from  N° 1, Feb. 1943 until  N° 86, Feb. 1951.[[Image:Bat.jpg|thumb|right|Bat No. 1]]
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The [[Bat]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] from [[Lloyd Jones]] that ran from  N° 1, Feb. 1943 until  N° 86, Feb. 1951 for a total of 86 issues.[[Image:Bat.jpg|thumb|right|Bat No. 1]]
  
It is the house organ of Magic Limited and a copy was given free with each order of a dollar or more.  It was intended to bring a selection of good magic, much information, a little news, some views and reviews.
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It was the house organ of Magic Limited and a copy was given free with each order of a dollar or more.  It was intended to bring a selection of good magic, much information, a little news, some views and reviews.
  
The Bat appeared irregularly, with at least eight issues a year were  expected.
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The Bat appeared irregularly, with at least eight issues a year expected.
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It including items by [[Charlie Miller]], [[Bert Allerton]], [[Dr. Jaks]] and [[Charles Jordan]].
  
 
It was followed by Lloyd Jones with [[Bat, Jr.]]
 
It was followed by Lloyd Jones with [[Bat, Jr.]]
 
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Revision as of 09:30, 28 October 2008

The Bat was a Magic Periodical from Lloyd Jones that ran from N° 1, Feb. 1943 until N° 86, Feb. 1951 for a total of 86 issues.
Bat No. 1

It was the house organ of Magic Limited and a copy was given free with each order of a dollar or more. It was intended to bring a selection of good magic, much information, a little news, some views and reviews.

The Bat appeared irregularly, with at least eight issues a year expected.

It including items by Charlie Miller, Bert Allerton, Dr. Jaks and Charles Jordan.

It was followed by Lloyd Jones with Bat, Jr.