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* [[John Ramsay's Routine For Cups and Balls]] by [[Victor Farelli]] (1948).
 
* [[John Ramsay's Routine For Cups and Balls]] by [[Victor Farelli]] (1948).
 
* John Ramsay's Cylinder and Coins. [[Victor Farelli]] (1948).
 
* John Ramsay's Cylinder and Coins. [[Victor Farelli]] (1948).
* The Triple Restoration. [[Victor Farelli]] (1949).
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* John Ramsay's Triple Restoration. [[Victor Farelli]] (1949).
 
* Four Little Beans (a Comedy Trick). John Ramsay & [[Victor Farelli]] (1952).
 
* Four Little Beans (a Comedy Trick). John Ramsay & [[Victor Farelli]] (1952).
 
* The Ramsay Legend by [[Andrew Galloway]] (1969)
 
* The Ramsay Legend by [[Andrew Galloway]] (1969)

Revision as of 11:30, 1 January 2009

John Ramsay (March 13, 1877 - January 19, 1962), born in Scotland, was an amateur close-up magician that won the micromagic category at the 1955 FISM held in Amsterdam.

He performed at the IBM convention in Batavia, New York and in Chicago (1950). He was a president of the IBM British Ring.

He was a mentor to Andrew Galloway.

Books

References

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