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HOUDINI'S PAPER MAGIC
BK-2215
Original copyright by Houdini in 1922. This is the Magico reprint with no date given, but the introduction was provided by Stanley Palm and this is copyright 1979. This book, with soft yellow covers, measures 4½" x 5 7/8" and has
$25.00

NEWSPAPER MAGIC--REVISED EDITION
BK-1357
There's nothing more common, more unsuspected, more inexpensive, than a newspaper! Here's a whole book of tricks to be done with your daily paper--some created especially for this book, some gathered from around the world, and some included for completen
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HARRY HOUDINI'S PAPER MAGIC
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HARRY HOUDINI'S PAPER MAGIC
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HARRY HOUDINI'S PAPER MAGIC
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BK-6557
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Houdini, Harry
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Aspiring illusionists can learn from one of the world's greatest magicians with this facsimile of a 1922 book by Harry Houdini. The master sleight-of-hand artist explains how to use the simplest of props - sheets of paper - to completely captivate audiences. Houdini's easy-to-follow directions, many of them accompanied by illustrations, are accessible to readers of all ages and skill levels. The manual consists of four parts: paper tricks, paper folding, paper tearing, and paper puzzles. The first section reveals the secrets behind such magic tricks as "The Dancing Sailor" and "The Spirit Communication". Subsequent sections offer guides to folding a bird, a bullfrog, a hat, and other traditional origami models, as well as carefully tearing paper to produce a ladder, a five-pointed star, a string of dancing skeletons, and other intricate figures. The final part presents several challenging paper puzzles based on geometric forms. Explore this side of Houdini that you never knew, and learn some great magic at the same time! Reprint of the E. P. Dutton & Co., New York, 1922 edition.
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Aspiring illusionists can learn from one of the world's greatest magicians with this facsimile of a 1922 book by Harry Houdini.  The master sleight-of-hand artist explains how to use the simplest of props - sheets of
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