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Derek Dingle's Last Notes Book
Derek Dingle's Last Notes
Book by Simon Lovell and Rich Morotta - £27.50

TIME Magazine called Derek Dingle "...the greatest card manipulator..." That is not because of the tricks or books that made him famous to magicians. When Derek Dingle performed for laymen, he relied on five classic effects -- reworked with his trademark cleverness, and executed with...

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Read Between the Lines Book
Read Between the Lines
Book by Gazzo and Penguin Magic - £21.00

Gazzo is recognized as one of the world's foremost street entertainers and magicians. For over 25 years, he has been performing his unique style of magic throughout the world. From the streets of Boston, USA and London, England to Cruise Ships and Las Vegas, Gazzo is held in high esteem by his...

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Gibecière 23, Winter 2017, Volume 12, No. 1 Book
Gibecière 23, Winter 2017, Volume 12, No. 1
Book by Conjuring Arts Research Center - £36.50

A magnificent collection of fascinating articles for your perusal. These originate from all over the globe. Inside this issue: HENRY SLADE AND HIS SLATES: FROM EUROPE TO THE FOURTH DIMENSION - Gary R. Brown One of the most publicized instances of magicians tangling with the...

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Gibecière 14, Summer 2012, Volume 7, No. 2 Book
Gibecière 14, Summer 2012, Volume 7, No. 2
Book by Conjuring Arts Research Center - £36.50

Welcome to the 14th issue of Gibecière (Vol. 7, No. 2)! This issue features a number of glorious articles, as well as Stephen Minch's excellent "Pocket Notes" and a robust addition to the "Furthermore..." portion of this journal. The issue starts with the ninth installment of...

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Gibecière 15, Winter 2013, Volume 8, No. 1 Book
Gibecière 15, Winter 2013, Volume 8, No. 1
Book by Conjuring Arts Research Center - £36.50

It's kind of a big deal. As with some previous issues of our journal, there is a long lost manuscript that sheds refreshing light on our history while also unearthing some forgotten treasures. The Asti manuscript is estimated to have been written somewhere between 1670 -...

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Gibecière 16, Summer 2013, Volume 8, No. 2 Book
Gibecière 16, Summer 2013, Volume 8, No. 2
Book by Conjuring Arts Research Center - £36.50

288 pages and nearly 2 lbs this issue opens with a long-anticipated piece by Barry Wiley on the Piddingtons. Syd Piddington was a magician who was captured and imprisoned as a POW in Changi prison, Singapore during World War II. During his captivity, with the help of Russell Braddon, Fergus...

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Gibecière 17, Winter 2014, Volume 9, No. 1 Book
Gibecière 17, Winter 2014, Volume 9, No. 1
Book by Conjuring Arts Research Center - £36.50

In this issue Mitsunobu Matsuyama brings you the 10th and final installment of his comprehensive Investigation into Magic in Japan After the Opening of the Country. Jerry Christensen writes a fascinating profile of Moreau, a little-known yet intriguingly mysterious French card...

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Gibecière 18, Summer 2014, Volume 9, No. 2 Book
Gibecière 18, Summer 2014, Volume 9, No. 2
Book by Conjuring Arts Research Center - £36.50

In this issue Barry Wiley joins us again, this time bringing us a wonderful and insightful look into the life and career of Stanley Jaks. The great Max Maven continues the journey of Tracking Slum Magic to its Lair, with a great exploration of the old favorite, "Clippo." ...

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Gibecière 19, Winter 2015, Volume 10, No. 1 Book
Gibecière 19, Winter 2015, Volume 10, No. 1
Book by Conjuring Arts Research Center - £36.50

The professional magician and researcher of conjuring history, Tyler Wilson, has discovered a rare and virtually unknown booklet on card magic from 1877. Its contents would seem to necessitate a reassessment of the legacy of S.W. Erdnase. Given the importance of this work, we have reproduced it...

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Gibecière 20, Summer 2015, Volume 10, No. 2 Book
Gibecière 20, Summer 2015, Volume 10, No. 2
Book by Conjuring Arts Research Center - £36.50

Beginning with a dangerous look at Faustino Chacón, the fireproof man, courtesy of Enrique Jiménez-Martinez. The brush with Mr. Chacón left this issue a little bit singed on the cover, but none the worse for content. Following this, we continue to heat things up with a revealing...

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