$40
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Magicol No. 196, featuring excerpts from Steve Cohen’s eagerly awaited book on Max Malini, is yet another full and rich issue, bursting at the seams with stories on all sorts of curious characters from magic history. If you are interested in one, better order now!

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$295
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The long-awaited book devoted to the magic of Johnny Thompson—one of the magic's most revered performers, creators and mentors—enjoyed two printings in 2018. This title is now sold out.

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In the not-too-distant future, Magicana will be releasing the complete collection of Dr. Edwin A. Dawes’ long-running series on magic history, “A Rich Cabinet of Magical Curiosities,” published since 1972 in The Magic Circular of the famed Magic Circle.

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$75
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The Experts at the Card Table is a new interpretation by sleight-of-hand expert David Ben, on of the seminal work on card cheating, Artifice, Ruse and Subterfuge at the Card Table—a book that was originally self-published by an S.W. Erdnase in Chicago, in 1902.

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$45
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A Grand Exposé  is full of surprises. Unapologetic in tone, it paints a thorough description of an astonishingly wide range of gambling scams, including card table artifice. 

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$45
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This is a joyful exploration of one-handed cuts created or documented by Msgr. Vincent Foy, a magician who was also a pioneer of the modern movement of card flourishes.

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$55
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Ibidem (1955 –1979) was a magic periodical edited by Toronto’s P. Howard Lyons. Notable contributors include: Ed Marlo, Stewart James, The Amazing Randi, Norm Houghton, Martin Gardner and Fawcett Ross.

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$35
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For over a hundred years, the identity of the author of Artifice, Ruse and Subterfuge at the Card Table—long known as The Expert at the Card Table or, simply Erdnase—has perplexed practitioners of magic and historians alike.

That is, until now.

 

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His medium was magic and Dai Vernon turned the clandestine world of conjuring on its ear with virtuoso sleight of hand and a dogged pursuit for perfection. 

 

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